Jesolo is not only famous for its sea but also for the attractions it offers, both in summer and in winter, both with the sun and with the rain. One thing I can tell you, in Jesolo you certainly will not be bored.
Visited by more than 1,300,000 tourists a year, this seaside city a few kilometers from Venice is appreciated by both Italians and European tourists, ranking it at the top among the Adriatic destinations.
The beach of Jesolo is a real jewel of the Adriatic, the sands that make it extend for a 13 km seafront and if you also consider the beach of nearby Cavallino up to Punta Sabbioni, the long tongue of sand arrives to extend for 25km where there is no shortage of wild beauty.
Stroll here in the summer you are excited for the sparkling beach life of the innumerable beaches while in the colder months, walking intimately hand in hand on the golden sand is an experience of pure romance, all this and more, makes the beach a MUST visit destination in Jesolo.
The longest pedestrian street in Europe.
On Jesolo Lido there is the pedestrian street plus the unga of Europe: via Bafile. Along the path that winds through the city’s squares, it is easy to be fascinated by the beauty of Italian fashion, both worn by passers-by and sold in stores.
Already from the first steps in the windows of shops, bars and pubs, the lights and the designs strike like the scents of food and the gusts of breeze from the taste of salt that come directly from the nearby beach.
Jesolo is also famous for its nightlife that attracts Italian tourists and not only in the night of fun. There are many famous nightclubs such as the Muretto which this year celebrates its 50 years of activity. Open until mid-September is a place where the best DJs and producers in the world make known the new trends to the public. In August the disco is open every night but I recommend Friday if you are looking for the highlight.
For an aperitif without wanting to go to the disco, in an open-air venue, I recommend the Capannina Beach where the atmosphere is made unique especially by the beachfront location and the music. Cocktails and aperitifs are also good. The visitors are aged under 35 although I have often seen families with children and old people dancing among the people.
On every first visit to a city, if I have the chance, I try to visit the markets I have always considered a cross-section of the life of its inhabitants. The Jesolo market is no exception and is held every Friday in Piazza Kennedy di Jesolo, about 7 kilometers from the beach.
At Lido di Jesolo, in summer there are plenty of opportunities for those who like to walk among the stalls, to name a few there is the evening agricultural market, the theme market “goodness & well-being” and many others. If you want to spend a wonderful winter evening with a Christmas flavor, I suggest you visit the Christmas Village in Piazza Mazzini in Jesolo Lido from December 2nd to January 7th.
Jesolo in the last decade has been enriched with new attractions able to fulfill every possible desire.
Let’s start from Aqualandia: The number 1 water theme park in Italy with 8 different areas, slides, shows and adrenaline flowing in rivers with water slides. Guaranteed fun for both adults and children.
If you love aquariums, I recommend a visit to the Acquarium Sealife where especially the little ones will have fun getting to know the different fish species. From this year there is also the pool dedicated to the coral reef.
Are you looking to make 4 laughs with friends or an exciting challenge? I recommend the Adventure Minigolf that with its 4000 square meters well cared for, with its 24 holes.
Even the speed coats have an excuse to visit Jesolo: the Azzurra track, where you can rent a Kart, available from the 50cc engine to the powerful 270cc, the cost is around 12 to 25 euros for 8 minutes.
Foam instead is synonymous with happiness for the little ones, a soft park with lots of big games to jump and have fun.