- 7 Nights,
18 Sep 2015
- Half Board
- London Gatwick
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Not only do Venetian Riviera holidays allow you to experience one of the most stunning cities on earth, there is also plenty of beach space, phenomenal history and culture, as well as miles of natural beauty.
The culture, the landscape, the food and the nightlife; everything seems to be world class in the Venetian Riviera. Made up of dozens of islands in the north east of Italy, there are many locations split up by rivers, canals and lagoons.
The highlight of this region is the famous city of Venice which has spurred copycats elsewhere. Though there are Venetian themed hotels and Little Venice areas in other countries, nothing comes close to the real thing.
Families will love the activities and attractions offered around the beach resort of Lido di Jesolo while couples will be enticed by the surroundings of Venice. The area is so much larger than these two locations so visitors will also find so much more to love in this special part of Italy.
The beach star of the Venetian Riviera, Lido di Jesolo is a phenomenal coastal resort where visitors can find plenty of fun as well as relaxation.
The 15km stretch of sand is the foundation for this town's popularity with tourists. Hotels are found right along the beach front along with plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants. A 10km long pedestrian zone hosts a number of shops by day and nightclubs after dark.
There are plenty of activities to try with a large waterpark, go-kart track and a fairground. All of that family fun can be shunned for the cultural settings of Venice which is less than an hour away.
The Venetian Riviera has a warm climate from May until September with August being the hottest month. There is a marginal chance of rain during the summer but never enough to keep you away from the beaches of Lido di Jesolo for too long.
The height of summer sees this popular area become very busy with tourists flocking to see the beautiful surroundings. September is a month that offers warm temperatures and a lower foot fall so visitors my consider visiting at this quieter time.
This Lido de Jesolo waterpark is a Caribbean themed family favourite with some exciting attractions. The most notable of all of the slides, pools and kids areas is the 42-metre high Spacemaker- the tallest water slide in Europe.
The city of Venice is notoriously heralded as one of the most unique and beautiful in the world. A water city of sorts, the roads are replaced with canals here with many Italians hopping in a small boat to complete their commute to work. Sail over to the city from a number of locations to see it for yourself.
Go-karting is more than just a hobby to some of the users of this track. It has been used as a training ground for future F1 drivers like Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. Kids from the ages of 7 and above can set their own best time on this Lido di Jesolo track.
Across the 15km of Lido di Jesolo beach you'll find plenty of rental equipment you can use out on the waves of the Adriatic Sea. Jet skiers, wind surfers and sailors are all seen drifting by from the beach and there are plenty of water sport centres to help you join them.
Welcome to a wine lovers haven! Head for the Piazza dei Signori, described as an 'open air sitting room', created by the Scaligeri family many years ago. The town is also home to Benetton and appliance maker DeLonghi.
Setting for Shakespeare's most famous tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, Verona oozes charm and romance..You can visit Juliet's house and the most famous balcony in the world!