The Venice Lido is a long, thin island located between the Venice Lagoon and the Adriatic Sea.
This golden beach, which stretches for 12 kilometres, boasts a fascinating past, particularly during the Belle Epoque. Indeed, following the establishment of the first sea bathing facilities, the island became a holiday destination for nobles and rulers from all over Europe, actors, global industrial and financial tycoons, creating the iconic resort it remains today.
Amongst other things, the Venice Lido has hosted the International Film Festival since 1932.
Other pearls of the Venice Lido include the ancient Monastery of San Nicolò, the village of Malamocco that is reminiscent of a little Venice and the Alberoni Dunes with fauna protected by the WWF.
The stretches of beach managed by Venezia Spiagge recognised by the "Veneto Beach Social and Inclusive Tourism" include: Lungomare d'Annunzio, San Nicolò and Blue Moon.
They offer a wide range of facilities for an enjoyable seaside holiday, such as information services and expert tourist assistance, areas free from architectural barriers, catering and entertainment for everyone.