Jesolo beach


Jesolo, a renowned seaside resort in the Adriatic, is one of the main Italian tourist destinations. For decades the city has been appreciated by tourists from all over Europe for its long and well-kept beach of fine sand with a thousand shades of amber, for the lively nightlife, for the many opportunities for entertainment and the numerous accommodation types offered.

The long beach of Lido di Jesolo, not to be confused with Jesolo Centro, where the historic center is located, extends for 15 km between the Port of Piave Vecchia and the Port of Cortellazzo, passing through a shady pine forest, a veritable green oasis of the city.

Bathed by a safe and clean sea, the Adriatic, into which it slopes gently, the beach of Jesolo is home to numerous equipped bathing establishments that offer endless opportunities for relaxation and recreation.

The beach of Jesolo has been awarded for decades as one of the best beaches in Italy and for 13 straight years it has won the “Blue Flag”, a prestigious award given for the cleanliness of the beach, the quality of the services offered to visitors and the commitment constant to preserve the natural environment. The coast has also been awarded the “Green Flag” by the Order of Pediatricians, as a “safe beach” and suitable for children.

Jesolo is not a beach suitable exclusively for children: it is much loved by young people for its many attractions, by the elderly and by people with mobility problems due to the easy accessibility of almost the entire coast and also by animal lovers, who can choose here between 3 beaches where you can spend a day at the beach in the company of four-legged friends.

From above, the beach of Jesolo is unmistakable: prestigious hotels and seafront campsites overlook an extensive promenade colored by thousands of umbrellas and interspersed with wooden piers, a coastal defense work and not diving boards.


Jesolo’s beaches and beach establishments

The Jesolo beach establishments are equipped with the best facilities such as sunbeds and areas dedicated to wellness, playgrounds and entertainment, hot showers, kiosk, toy storage, free wi-fi, sports equipment, and are at the forefront in terms of safety for swimmers. and cleaning of the beach.

Among the numerous bathing establishments in the locality, the following are worth mentioning:

  • Oro Beach: located in via Vittorio Veneto 61, which since 1997 has been offering beach umbrellas and gazebos with safes, bar, restaurant-pizzeria, beach volleyball courts, children’s playground, wi-fi, entertainment and reserved parking. This establishment is suitable for everyone and also has wheelchairs for people with disabilities to reach the sea
  • La Capannina: it is the favorite bathing establishment for young people. Located in Piazza Mazzini 9, in the heart of the Jesolo nightlife, it has been chosen since the 1960s for an aperitif facing the sea or for the famous parties. The establishment is not very large, but has umbrellas, sunbeds, wi-fi and a large bar area
  • Green Beach: completely renovated, the establishment is suitable for everyone. It is located in via Serenissima 10 and offers 2 bar kiosks, a children’s play area, entertainment, wi-fi, beach volleyball courts and a large shaded parking area.
  • Manzoni factory: located in via Frova, it is one of the best and best equipped establishments on the coast. Ideal for families with children, it has a bar, ice cream parlor, beach volleyball courts, playground, sunbeds, gazebos and reserved parking
  • Relax Beach Resort: the establishment is located in Piazza Europa. Surrounded by a thick pine forest, it can accommodate up to 2,000 people and is particularly suitable for families with small children, as it has a beautiful and safe play area and a pleasant relaxation area for adults, as well as bowls and beach volleyball courts from beach-soccer, from beach-tennis, pedal boat rental, kiosks bars
  • Riviera di Levante factory: located in via Cigno Bianco, it has about 800 well-spaced beach umbrellas, suitable for guaranteeing privacy even on the beach. Numerous sports activities are organized here, including in the water
  • Arenile Milano: ideal for couples, the Arenile Milano is located in Piazza Milano. Inside it is possible to walk in a tropical garden, very suggestive in the evening. The establishment has games for children, a bowling green, wi-fi, umbrellas and sunbeds
  • Trieste plant: located in via Bafile, in the heart of Jesolo and near Piazza Trieste, it offers games for children, pedal boat and rowboat rental, bars, beach volleyball courts, wi-fi
  • Lido Sole Mare: this is the most loved establishment by sportsmen for the numerous beach tennis and beach volleyball tournaments organized here and open to all. The factory is located in via Altinate 77
  • Pineta 2000: suitable for those seeking tranquillity and relaxation, it is located in the pine forest (via Airone) a stone’s throw from the mouth of the Piave river. The establishment is open to dogs, but their access to the water is not allowed.

Jesolo: free beach

The free beaches of Jesolo, located in various areas of the coast, allow you to place your equipment for free (umbrella, deckchair, towel) and are equipped with toilets, showers and a rescue service. These include the beach located near the mouth of the Sile river (Faro area), where dogs are allowed to access the beach, excluding bathing, and the beaches of Cortellazzo, in front of Piazza Brescia, in front of the Red Cross and in front of each bathing establishment or consortium.

Animals and dogs on the beach

In Jesolo, dogs are allowed access to the sea in 3 areas:

  • Faro area (mouth of the river Sile): free beach without reservation. swimming is not allowed
  • Piave river mouth area (access to the sea via Dragan): free beach with reservations required through the J. BEACH APP. Swimming is not allowed
  • Bau Bau Beach (access to the Vittorio Veneto sea): swimming is allowed upon reservation for a fee for entry into the water in the stretch of water for public use.
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Hotels and campsites in Jesolo

As evidence of the ancient link between Jesolo and tourism, there is the discovery of the first hotel in the town, dating back to Roman times: excavations are still in progress, but so far a series of similar environments have been brought to light, all of them equipped with a space to sleep in and a rudimentary kitchen.

In the years between the two world wars, thanks to the reclamation works, a strong impulse was given to the tourist development of the locality with the construction of the first establishments for heliotherapy treatments.

The constant growth of the 1930s was however interrupted by the outbreak of World War II, but resumed considerably in the 1950s and 1960s with the construction of countless structures along the coast. In those years Jesolo became one of the most sought-after seaside resorts by celebrities of the moment, because it combined the tranquillity of the beach with the worldliness of the long promenade by the sea and the glamour of the dance clubs.

Today the city is no longer just a destination for celebrities, but boasts a wide range of entertainment and relaxation, appreciated every year by more than 5 million vacationers, housed in the 80,000 beds in the town distributed among 450 hotels, over 15,000 villas and apartments and 7 campsites located in Jesolo Lido, in the pine forest or facing the sea.

Beaches nearby: Cavallino

A pleasant alternative to the lively beach of Jesolo is the nearby and quiet beach of Cavallino, which also has equipped bathing establishments, but especially loved for its numerous free areas, where you can spend a day at the beach without booking and for free.

The beach on which Camping Ca’Savio overlooks for a length of about 800 m is just like that: a wide beach of fine golden sand, free and free that slopes gently towards the quiet and shallow Adriatic Sea. Here children can run and play in complete freedom, you can do yoga at sunrise or long walks at sunset and at night you can admire a fantastic starry sky.

In the background, the characteristic dunes protect the seafront and host rare plant and animal species, including the Fratino: a natural environment of inestimable value, which Camping Ca’Savio has been committed to preserving for years, the perfect place for a relaxing family holiday immersed in in nature.

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