Jesolo

Between pine forests and sea...

Jesolo is the ideal destination for peace-seekers and nature lovers. The small town lies in unpolluted natural surroundings, partly along a 15 km long golden beach, known as Lido di Jesolo, partly seeping in the inland area between lagoons, rivers and a shady pine forest.

Water characterizes the town: Jesolo is surrounded by two rivers and numerous lagoons traditionally used for fish breeding. Walking through Jesolo, you encounter now and again canals, cosy bridges and malls. The pine forest is an ecosystem pulsing with life and energy with a wide flora and fauna and makes Jesolo the perfect place for nature lovers.

With its 23.000 inhabitants Jesolo offers on the one hand the advantages of a small town with plenty of trendy stores as well as vibrant city life with highlights all year round, on the other hand it offers a direct contact to intact nature.

Thanks to the beautiful beaches and the clean sea, Jesolo awards every year the famous blue flag

Cycling

The best way to explore the beautiful surroundings of Jesolo is on bicycle! Over 150 km cycling tracks of different difficulty levels stretch along the coast as well as along the rivers and lagoons of the inland area. This make Jesolo the perfect place for a relaxing and yet active holiday.
We offer bike rental at the hotel for a very small fee.

Surroundings & trips

Jesolo is the perfect starting point for beautiful trips to the historical cities of Venice and Verona as well as to the Garda Lake and the Dolomites.

Venice
Embarking at Punta Sabbioni at the Lido of Jesolo (at only 20 minutes by bus or car from our hotel) you reach the famous Lagoon town in just 30 minutes by motorboat. You walk along the narrow streets of the city’s commercial centre to the Rialto Bridge, after which you return to St. Mark’s Square where you can admire the historic beauty of Venice, the main monuments in the square and those nearby: Palazzo Ducale (Ducal Palace), il Ponte dei Sospiri (the Bridge of Sighs), the Procuratie, la Biblioteca (the Library), Isola di San Giorgio (the island of San Giorgio), the Basilica della Salute and, of course, St. Mark’s Basilica, which can also be visited inside.
Not only Venice but also the beautiful lagoon isles of Murano, Burano and Torcello can be easely reached by boat.

Verona
Do not miss the splendid architecture of Verona, strolling through the historic centre, the Verona Arena (one of the largest Roman amphitheatres), and the house of Romeo and Juliet with its famous balcony.