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The sea is just the beginning

Days to live, places to discover, opportunities to experience.

Contemplative, curious, active, eager for daily motivation or creative idleness.
Whatever your personality and Wishes, the days at the sea are only the beginning of what we have prepared for you.


The longest promenade in Europe, a rich pine forest, facilities and special collaborations are some of the possibilities for a dynamic holiday.

Running in the uniqueness of the lagoon landscape
Golf at Jesolo GolfClub
Tennis at the Republic Sport Village
Electric boat tours with Laguniamo
Go-Kart and adrenaline at Pista Azzurra kart track

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Natural landscapes, experiences and entertainment: this is what you will find at the beach in Jesolo. There is much to explore, either a slow pace or with a steady rhythm.

Discover Jesolo by moped or scooter with Loopsharing
Crossing the pine forest of Jesolo and Lido
Live the night at clubs, shops and attractions
Have fun at the Caribe Bay Water Park with exclusive conditions
Adventure with kids at New Jesolandia,
Gommapiuma and Jolly Roger parks

Unmissable experiences

Guided tours, tickets and activities, to organize your holiday in a few simple clicks


Shopping in the streets of Jesolo is an experience to live: choose among items from local craftsmanship or a variety of Italian design products. And a few kilometers from us you can experience shopping in Venice, a unique city full of history.

The Fondaco dei Tedeschi, near Ponte Rialto, for luxury that tastes like history with special details: guided tours, privileged access to the panoramic terrace and the Prestige Lounge, special discounts and a personal shopper
Murano and its artistic glassmakers
Mercerie, the shops alleys near San Marco
The Outlet of Noventa di Piave

Ebike for rent

Bike rental at the Baia del Mar Jesolo hotel
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Cultural visits

Veneto, and the nearby Friuli Venezia Giulia, are rich in history, art and culture.
These are regions crossed by rivers, and protected by the Dolomites, with outstanding artistic centres. Starting from Venice, right here near us.


A city of water, art and architecture. A city to explore, getting lost in the calli (alleys), stopping in a campo (square) in search of the most precious corners, such as Piazza San Marco: Venice will surprise you with the intense beauty of very special, particular views. From Punta Sabbioni you can reach Venice and the Islands – Burano, Murano, Torcello – by motorboat. A short journey into history and beauty.

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Verona, with its Roman memory running along the Adige river, rich in art, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From theArena to the Basilica of San Zeno, passing through the alleys and Renaissance squares, to the romantic Juliet’s balcony from Shakespeare’s famous play. Only 30 km from Lake Garda, Verona is rich in inspiration. From

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Ancient university city, also known for being the city of Saint Antony, Padua is rich in signs of its glorious cultural and artistic past. Among all, worth a visit is the famous Scrovegni Chapel, which contains the fresco cycle by Giotto, and Prato della Valle, one of the largest squares in Europe. For a break and a coffee go to Café Pedrocchi: one of the most famous cafes in the world, is located in the city center.

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Trieste, home of Umberto Saba and Italo Svevo, is a cultural and religious crossroads, bearing the marks of its Central European history. Make sure to visit the Castello Miramare, overlooking the Gulf of Trieste, built on the order of Maximilian I, and the Grotta Gigante on the Carso, the plateau located behind Trieste.
This is the city of coffee, that you can taste in one of its many historic Cafes.

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Kind city, 15 km from the famous Piave river, Treviso will show you its most famous and popular places together with the more intimate ones, made of alleys, canals and barbicans that keep intact the charm of a city rich in history. Visit the Duomo, Piazza dei Signori, Piazza Sant’Andrea and Palazzo Ca’ dei Carraresi with its exhibitions of international fame. Make sure to taste the famous red Radicchio accompanied by a glass of excellent local Prosecco.

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