Milton Hotel

The Milton Hotel has an oasis-like pool and a private sandy beach on the doorstep.

The pool is in the middle of the hotel’s gardens, surrounded by flowerbeds and palms. For a splash of luxury, there’s even an open-air Jacuzzi.

The hotel’s restaurant serves some of Italy’s most famous dishes. And, after, you can enjoy a drink on the bar’s terrace, one of the most famous cocktail bars in the area.

Overview of Lido di Jesolo

When you head on a holiday to the Venetian Riviera, you’ll discover sun-kissed shores that meet modern resorts. Surrounded by classic beauty, hotels like the Milton Hotel make the most of the stunning shoreline and unspoilt beaches.

A seaside resort on the edge of Venice Lagoon, Lido de Jesolo has miles of sandy beachfront for relaxing, sunbathing and enjoying waters ports. Specifically developed as a holiday destination, Lido de Jesolo has quiet spots and lively nightlife, so there something for everyone.

Things to do in Lido di Jesolo

Steps from the Milton Hotel lead onto the main street between the marina and piazzas, so it’s easy to get out and explore.

Plus, you’re only a minute’s walk from a private stretch of sand and a similar distance from bars and restaurants. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, try the water sports down on the beach.

To venture further afield, Venice is only 50 minutes away by car – perfect for spending the day enjoying a gondola ride or discovering the historic buildings.

With amazing beaches and superb views over Venice Lagoon, a stay in Lido di Jesolo offers lots of exciting activities for families and groups of friends to enjoy.


Resort Summary

The lively resort of Lido di Jesolo was specifically developed to be one of the premier holiday destinations on the Venetian Riviera. Designed to provide all the facilities you’ll need to relax and have fun, it offers lots of exciting activities for families and groups of friends to enjoy.

The town’s scenic location on the shores of the Venice Lagoon means you’ll enjoy superb views over the water and across to picturesque Lido di Jesolo marina. This vibrant resort features over 16 kilometres of sandy beaches with both private areas attached to hotels and pristine public areas suitable for families and children.

Some parts of the beachfront are relatively quiet with a backdrop of shady pine forest, while others are busier. The busiest sections run parallel with the town’s long main street. There are restaurants and bars along the beachfront where you can stop off throughout the day for relaxed lunches, snacks and tasty Italian style ice-cream, plus watersports facilities to start your adventures from.