Catching History and Rays
Not many holidaymakers embarking on city breaks to Venice would be aware that they could transform their culture-heavy exploration into a relaxed beach break, but that’s what Venice Lido will allow. As well as giving you the means to catch some rays and laze away the days, Venice Lido will provide a slice of peaceful paradise during your time in Venice, and sometimes a little bit of respite from the crowds and the culture is most welcomed.
The Venice surrounding area is home to as much beauty and appeal as the city proper, whether in the form of natural surroundings or architectural prowess, the region is swamped with magnificence. Venice Lido is easily reached by water taxi, though staying in one of the hotels near Venice Lido will allow you to hop between history and water’s edge with comparative ease. Flock for the beach, the countless leisure activities and the stunning protected wildlife areas – your own serene escape in Venice.
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Venice Lido, Venetian Riviera
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Beach Break in Serene Style
If you’re after a slice of action and adventure, popping over to Venice Lido would be a good way of achieving these desires. The island is home to much of the city’s outdoor pursuits, in the form of sporting endeavours and nature parks – mixing cultural and historical Italy with one of outdoor indulgence. You will easily bridge the gap between these two impressions of Venice if you choose to base yourself in one of the hotels near Venice Lido – hopping from iconic landmark to glistening beach.
Numerous Venice Lido Hotels boast sporting facilities, including pools, tennis courts and cycle hire, all allowing you to engage with the outdoor culture of the island. Hopping on a bicycle is a great way of exploring the island and absorbing the sense of tranquillity that it exudes. The sporting opportunities on offer around the island make for a perfect holidaying option for families, especially those with young kids who bulk at the idea of a museum or gallery-filled afternoon. You’ll encounter water sports, golf and tennis – all great means of keeping active during your time in Venice.
Venice Lido by night
Short breaks to Venice Lido offer something for everyone in the evenings; try San Marco for its large choice, the Rialto Bridge for dining on the picturesque canal edge, or lively student areas Dorsoduro and Campo Santa Margherita for cheaper options. Lido itself offers a variety of relaxed bars and restaurants which are great for the family and you could even catch Brad Pitt, as the glamorous annual Venice Film Festival is held on Lido!
Whether you’re taking a romantic short break to Venice Lido, or visiting for a cheap family holiday, you’ll find accommodation to suit all your needs.
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