With its fifteen kilometres of amber sand it is one of the most attended and the best known on an international level cities of this area. Jesolo is a city that is alive all year round thanks to a calendar filled with cultural, sports, and wine and food events. It is situated in a privileged geographical area, only a few kilometres from Venice.
The beach slowly slopes down to the sea that is characterized by typical small wharfs and the water is so clean that it has been awarded with the famous Blue Flag for the past few years. With its three tourist centres - the Centre, the lighthouse and the pine forest - Jesolo offers its guests natural landscapes and different types of things to do. Well-equipped beaches, a pine forest that is very inviting, the countryside crossed by placid streams of the Sile and the Piave.
There is a lot to do in your free time. There are five docks for those who like navigation and then there is sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, scuba diving, tennis, basket ball, volley ball, foot ball, an aquatic park, a go kart track that is approved for world championship races and an infinity of bicycles to rent for those who want to discover the hinterland along the numerous bike paths. But, that's not all because Jesolo also has a golf course immersed in a luxuriant green oasis, ideal for those who want to combine their vacation at the sea with this sport.
During the evening, guests are immersed in an intense nightlife. There are among two thousand stores and public establishments such as disco techs, restaurants, pizzerias, typical establishments, pubs and piano bars. Everything you need for a good time!
Where: Access from the Jesolo Hospital: Via Levantina, 104 - 30016 Jesolo Lido (Province of Venice)
With 12 km of coastline, towers designed by internationally renowned architects, 360 hotels and over 300 summer events, Jesolo is the most popular seaside resort in the Veneto region.
It was here on the beach in front of the city hospital that, in 2014, Nemo Beach was created, the brainchild of Carlo Bramezza, General Manager of the Veneto health organisation, ULSS4, the first in Veneto dedicated to people with reduced mobility and disabilities, inspired by the same "Veneto Beach Social and Inclusive Tourism" project.
Thanks to an agreement signed between UlSS4 and the current manager, Jesolmare Servizi Turistici, today Nemo Beach provides free of charge to disabled people (and their carers) as many as 56 large pitches with umbrellas and sunbeds. Disabled users can also use the free beachfront car park, specially created for easy beach access.
The beach offers all the facilities that disabled visitors may need for an enjoyable holiday: a lifting device to help movement between wheelchair and sunbed, solid floor pitches that allow full wheelchair movement around the umbrella, disabled-friendly toilets and staff always on hand to provide help where needed.
The beach also includes a children's playground, a swing for the disabled, music, a gazebo and a connected "Bau Bau Beach" for four-legged friends.