“If you read a lot, nothing is as great as you’ve imagined. Venice is better.”
Franz Lebowitz

Venezia

Venice, the capital of Veneto Region, is located in the north east part of Italy on numerous small island (more than 100) that belong to Venetian Lagoon.

As you can image is impossible describe Venice and its magical atmosphere here in a few words because so much has beem written about it and so we would only suggest you some corners to discover in this wonderful city surrounded by a lot of canals and bridges. First of all the best way to visit Venice is on foot, loosing oneself in the unique labyrinth that canals, bridges and small squares had created.

Venice is surely on of the most scenic and extraordinary city of the world, where history and art are reflected in the peaceful water of the Lagoon, creating a special poetical and melancholic atmosphere.
For its artistic wealth, its extraordinary co-existence of the activity of mankind and its natural situation on the Lagoon has been named by the Unesco of a site of important human heritage.

To understand the city in the greater depth is essential to leave the traditional tourist routes asS. Marco Square, Rialto and Sospiri bridges and so on, because Venice guarantees emotional enchantment in every corner and all the year round, as during Carnival or “Mostra del Cinema”.

The venetian coastline

The Venetian coastline attracts every year millions tourists from all Europe for its long and wide beaches that sloping down to the sea, guarantying relaxation and entertainment.

On one of the most frequented coasts of Italy, with fifteen kilometres of amber coloured sand and about 82,000 beds available: this is Jesolo, more than a tourist destination, a huge entertainment park with loads of attractions for all tastes.

Recently developed, Bibione was built exclusively for wellbeing. Eight kilometres of golden beach, parks, pedestrianized islands and seaside promenades, a well-known spa centre and modern accommodation.

Caorle it is a town rich in culture, history, and tradition with fifteen kilometres of golden sand gently sloping down to the sea and divided into three beaches: porto Santa Margherita, Duna Verde, and the one closest to the characteristic historical centre.