How far is Lido di Jesolo from Venice?

Is Lido di Jesolo safe?

It is safe and clean, with a gorgeous stretch of sandy beach. There are many restaurants and coffee bars located along the main strip which is pedestrianised during the evening. Jesolo is also an ideal base from which to visit Venice. Day excursions are also available to Garda, Verona and various other destinations.

Is Lido di Jesolo worth visiting?

This 13km strand of golden sand on the mainland east of Venice is far and away Venetians’ preferred beach and is a magnet for regional and international holidaymakers.

How far is Verona from Lido di Jesolo?

The distance between Verona and Lido di Jesolo is 129 km. The road distance is 165.5 km.

Where in Italy is Lido di Jesolo?

The Lido di Jesolo, or Jesolo Lido, is the beach area of the comune of Jesolo in the province of Venice, Italy.

What airport do you fly to for Lido di Jesolo?

Marco Polo Airport To Lido Di Jesolo.

Where do you fly to for Lido di Jesolo?

With 13 kilometres of sand, this Italian beach resort just outside Venice is a great place for a beachfront stay on the cheap. You will need to fly to Venice which has two airports – Treviso and Marco Polo, with cheap flights to Treviso from plenty of UK airports so try all your nearest ones!

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How do I get from Lido di Jesolo to Venice?

There are 2 ways to get from Lido di Jesolo to Venice. You can take the bus to Punta Sabbioni and then the ferry to Venice. The alternative is a rather long, direct bus ride via the airport and Mestre to the old town of Venice.

What are the countries in Italy?

Italy is a country located in Southern Europe comprising the boot-shaped Italian peninsula and a number of islands including Sicily and Sardinia. Neighboring countries include Austria, France, Holy See, San Marino, Slovenia, and Switzerland.

Is Sicily in southern Italy?

Sicily, Italian Sicilia, island, southern Italy, the largest and one of the most densely populated islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Together with the Egadi, Lipari, Pelagie, and Panteleria islands, Sicily forms an autonomous region of Italy.

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