Holidays in Lido di Jesolo: in pursuit of sun and beauty
When the holiday is fast approaching, our bodies, tired of the lack of sun, begin to ask for their own - that is, a solid, natural dose of vitamin D. However, since the chances of catching it in the home country decrease more and more, it is worth looking for the sunny side of rest go to the south of Europe. More precisely - over the joyful and carefree beaches of Northern Italy . Here, on the warm and clear waters of the Gulf of Venice, there is a narrow strip of sand full of romantic beaches and bays - the Lido di Jesolo peninsula . It is a place whose location is second to none. While relaxing here, you can enjoy the proximity of Venice - the famous "City of Lovers" - and one of the most beautiful Renaissance cities in Europe - Padua and Verona . So if we dream of a great Italian holiday siesta, combining beach laziness and active sightseeing, a holiday in Northern Italy will be a shot at 10!
For the love of beauty
A unique advantage of the Lido di Jesolo area is that a visit to Venice , Padua or Verona does not even have to be planned - all three of the city's famous monuments are within the reach of a one-day trip. A trip to everyone in these cities is an opportunity to plunge into the Italian world built on love ... for art. Just look at the sculptures of Donatello - a Renaissance chisel master - guarding the remains of St. Anthony in the famous St. Anthony in Padua to understand how much importance Italians have always attached to beauty. Driving south from Padua, you must visit Verona , where you will find a tenement house where the most famous pair of lovers in the world - Romeo and Juliet - met in secret. From the "City of Lovers" it is only a step to ... "City of Lovers" - Venice . It is the perfect place for afternoon walks along the canals - including the most famous one, the Grand Canal, which ends at the foot of St. Brand . No visit to the city of 117 islands is complete without visiting picturesque bridges that span the banks of hundreds of canals. The ones that are particularly popular are, of course, the Rialto, which is delightful with the wealth of ornaments, and the "Bridge of Sighs", which connects the Doge's Palace with the building of the former prison. It's worth ending your visit to Venice ... on the beach of the Lido di Jesolo peninsula. This charming corner of the country is a land of pure relaxation, where you can soak up the sun's rays, swimming in the warm waters of the Adriatic Sea or simply basking in the hot, fine sand.
Campsites in Lido di Jesolo
A comfortable overnight stay in Italy is the basic element that, if played well, will make our vacation more attractive. Travelers who value freedom and independence will appreciate the campsites in Italy, which are among the best in the continent. In the vicinity of Venice, Camping Village Cavallino definitely stands out - situated among Mediterranean greenery, only 100 meters from one of the most charming, sandy beaches on the peninsula. It is a resort created for relaxation - you can discover the true meaning of the famous Italian dolce vita while relaxing in a hot jacuzzi or making friends while playing mini-golf. If we want to keep in shape, just get on a mountain bike or canoe to be able to explore the most charming corners of Lido di Jesolo. In the afternoon, it is worth integrating - in a spacious swimming pool or ... on the dance floor, where the animation team takes care of having fun to the rhythms of music. Each day should end with an Italian feast in a restaurant, during which we will go to the land of fancy Italian flavors.
I love traveling, it's an understatement, it's just my whole life. I spend 80% of the year jumping here and there :)