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Veneto: guide and advice on which beaches to discover in summer

Veneto is a region that attracts tourists all year round and not only for its beautiful cities such as Venice , Padua or Verona but also for its beaches and bathing establishments suitable for the whole family .

The Venetian coasts offer fine sandy beaches, washed by a calm sea with gently sloping seabeds, and all the locations are easily accessible. Let's find out which Venetian beaches to discover this summer for an unforgettable holiday.

Some beaches to absolutely visit in Veneto

The beaches north of Venice are many and suitable for anyone, for example, Lido di Jesolo is probably the best-known beach in the region and offers many choices for both families and young people who love to enjoy the life and night-time experiences of 'summer.

Among the other realities to take into account there is also the beach of Cavallino-Treporti , perfect for those who love nature and a bit of freedom, in fact free beaches prevail here. This seafront offers all the services needed for a relaxing holiday. Furthermore, from Punta Sabbioni

For those who want to have a wide variety of choice, we also discover:

  • Eraclea , the ideal choice for an economical seaside holiday. Known as the “Green Pearl of the Adriatic” thanks to its large pine forest, Eraclea offers cheaper accommodation than Venetian standards and is quiet, perfect for those seeking relaxation and nature, even if it lacks nightlife options.
  • Caorle has several beaches, one to the east and one to the west of the centre, and both offer the possibility to choose between free beaches and equipped areas.
  • Bibione and its beach are particularly appreciated by families and nature lovers.
  • Sottomarina is a beach with all the facilities, suitable for both families and young people looking for a more intense nightlife. This beach in the Venetian province is also known for the high concentration of iodine in the sand and its therapeutic applications.

The beaches near Venice

The Lido of Venice is the beach par excellence for the Venetians. This ten kilometer long strip of land offers a golden sandy beach with famous stretches such as the one in front of the Excelsior Hotel, known for the Venice Film Festival .

It offers a mix of retro elegance and modernity, with huts equipped with verandas and more accessible beach clubs. The connections between the Lido and the center of Venice are excellent, allowing you to combine a beach holiday with a visit to the city.

Pellestrina has less well-known and less frequented beaches than the Lido, but offers a more authentic and peaceful experience. On the lagoon side, the village is a picturesque succession of colorful houses, while on the sea side there is a wild beach without services. The natural oasis of Ca' Roman is easily reachable on foot from the southern end of the beach, making Pellestrina ideal for nature lovers.

Discovering the Venetian beaches of the Po Delta

The Po Delta area is truly beautiful and is waiting to be discovered by those who intend to visit the Veneto. In this guide, however, we will focus on its beaches such as

  • Rosolina Mare : near Rovigo it is a seaside resort for the whole family. Suitable for those who want to choose a place with all the comforts while remaining close to many green areas.
  • Barricata beach : this beach is located in Porto Tolle and is the ideal choice both for those who want to enjoy their holiday in freedom and for those who love comfort. In fact, it includes equipped areas, free areas and a stretch of private beach reserved for guests of the holiday village of the same name.

What are the dog beaches in Veneto?

In Veneto it is not always allowed to bring your dogs to the beach, but it is good to understand that their entry must be expressly prohibited by a specific sign, otherwise the owner will not make a mistake in allowing his four-legged friend onto the beach.

in Sottomarina , a hamlet of Chioggia , there are establishments such as Indiga for Dog which expressly allow access to dogs; this also happens in San Michele al Tagliamento at Pluto Beach. Finally, for those who want to have a complete overview to understand where to go to the beach with their dog in Veneto, here is a really useful site .

Going to the beach in Veneto: let's draw conclusions

Veneto is a region that knows how to enhance its territory and this is why those who love spending their holidays bathing and resting on the beach will be able to find, here too, many opportunities to seize.

To have maximum freedom and be able to enjoy a completely relaxing holiday, saving on your budget and having the convenience of a real apartment available, we recommend making a reservation online in advance .


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