Venice Italy Beach
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Venice Italy Beach

When most people imagine a trip to the amazing capital of Veneto, they picture beautiful canals, gondola rides and medieval buildings. Spending a day at the beach is often the last thing on their mind but since Venice is a seaside town, surrounded by islands and water, turning your holiday into a beach vacation is an easy thing to do here. Visiting a Venice Italy beach may be just the perfect addition to your Italian vacation itinerary.

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Venice Italy Beach - Must See Spots

Venice is made up of 118 different islands and is located in the Adriatic Sea. During the summer months it is a haven for tourists and beach goers alike and some of Italy’s most popular beaches are located here. When planning your Venice Beaches vacation, some of the must-see beaches include:

  • Sottomarina - This beach is a popular spot in Venice as it boasts of clean, well-kept beaches, stretches of white sand and calm waters which are perfect for young children or those who aren’t strong swimmers. Along this beach there are many resorts and hotels which offer direct, private beach access and all of the amenities that one could wish for while spending the day by the sea.

  • Alberoni - This beach is located in a nature reserve, just outside of Venice and is the perfect retreat for those looking to get away from the crowds and spend some time getting back in touch with nature. It is an excellent location for boating and jet skiing and also provides inland trails for hiking, walking and biking.

  • Rosolina Beach - This is one of the largest beaches in the Venice area, with miles of sandy beach that is over 100 meters wide in some areas. It is an excellent location for families with playgrounds for the children close to the beach. It is also located in close proximity to the Botanical Gardens of Porto Caleri.

  • Venice Lido Beach - One of Venice’s busiest beaches and is located close to Venice’s city centre. It is a popular location for both tourists and locals alike and offers a good spot to soak up the sun. It is located on a busy channel of water and some of the water views may be taken up by large barges and boats as they pass by. Lido beach is also the home to the local Lido film festival which is held here every September and is a great event for any film buff.

If you are looking for the perfect way to combine history, architecture and the romance of this amazing city with some sand & sun - then spending some time at a Venice Italy beach is just what you should have in mind. With so many to choose from, finding the right fit for you and your family will be easy and will give you the time to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing and taking in all of the history that Venice has to offer. 


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