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Jesolo is in the Veneto region of Italy. This coastal town is very popular with foreign tourists, especially Germans and Austrians, and also with the Italians and it is one of the longest beaches in Italy, stretching over 13 km. It has a wide range of hotels, shops and attractions next to the beach. It is also very close to Venice and its lagoon and many other interesting places in Northeast Italy.


Jesolo beach

Jesolo is divided into two main parts: one is Jesolo Centro (known by locals as Jesolo “Paese”) which is only 3 km from the sea and lies on the banks of the River Sile and the Cavetta canal. Here you can find the City Hall, on the right side of the Sile. From there you can reach the valleys of the Venetian Lagoon and, if you have a bike, you will soon get to the countryside.

The other part is Jesolo Lido (or as its official name Lido di Jesolo), which indicates the beach town itself. This goes from the little fishing village of Cortellazzo on the east, at the end of river Piave, to the west where you will find the end of River Sile, the lighthouse (actually it is on the opposite bank of the river) and the famous Terrazzamare Teatrobar, the heart of Jesolo’s summer nightlife.

Jesolo Lido can be divided into specific areas:

  • Lido Ovest: the western part of the beach, towards Cavallino - Treporti. In this area you will find the Faro (lighthouse), the Porto Turistico (Marina), the end of river Sile, Piazza Nember, Piazza Marina, Piazza Aurora, Camping International, Aqualandia and much more.
  • Lido Centro: the central part, here you will find Piazza Mazzini, Piazza Brescia, Piazza Marconi, PalaInvent, Picchi Stadium and the nearby roundabout from where you can reach every part of the city, attractions such as Pista Azzurra, Sealife, Tropicarium and more.
  • Lido Est: the eastern part of Jesolo Lido. This area is greener than Ovest and Centro. Here you will find Piazza Milano, Piazza Torino, the city’s Hospital, Parco Grifone.
  • Pineta: This is the area where you will find campings and hotels, it is very quiet and relaxing and pretty close to the village of Cortellazzo, at the end of river Piave.


Jesolo Paese

The origin of Jesolo dates back at the time of the fall of the Roman Empire, when barbarian tribes such as the Huns invaded Italy from north-east, forcing the population to move towards the swamp area near the sea. Most of the original inhabitants came from the Roman town of Opitergium (today’s Oderzo). They were all forced to move where now the Venetian Lagoon is, settling down on the small islands and eventually founding towns like Eraclea and even Venice itself.

At the beginning of its history Jesolo was called “Equilium”, from the latin word “equus” which means “horse”. This was probably due to the fact that they were horse breeders. The people there had to fight and claim land to the sea. This process took centuries under the control of the Venice Republic and it literally transformed the territory for example by changing the course of rivers Sile and Piave.

The beginning of Jesolo as a touristic town dates back to early 20th century, but it was only after the Second World War that the beach town started developing. Unfortunately, at that time there was no regulation and many buildings and hotels were constructed on the seafront. This prevented Jesolo from having a proper seafront like you can see in many other coastal towns around Italy and the world.

Get in[edit]

Getting to Jesolo is quite easy during most part of the year, but in the summer traffic is really heavy. So, if you’re coming by car or by bus you might consider arriving in town late afternoon (not in the evening as the main street in Jesolo Lido is pedestrian at night) to avoid peak hours. Be patient if you get stuck in your car and don’t forget to bring some water: the Italian sun is hot in the summer!

By car[edit]

A4 motorway and exit at San Donà di Piave - Noventa di Piave. Then follow indications to Jesolo or mare (brown-coloured sign) or to Cavallino, which is another very busy touristic area nearby. The motorway exit is around 28 km from Jesolo Lido.

You will probably arrive in Jesolo Lido at the big “Picchi” roundabout (named after the nearby Picchi Stadium): from here you can reach every part of the city, just pay attention to the roadsigns. If you’re going to Cavallino you have to take the underpass, otherwise stay on the right to enter the roundabout.

Arriving in Jesolo on the weekends can be difficult due to the heavy traffic. Try not to get in town on Sundays from morning to mid-afternoon or be prepared for long queues.

By bus[edit]

From Venice Airport “Marco Polo” or Treviso Airport “Canova” you can get buses run by local company ATVO. It will take you to Jesolo Lido bus station, only 5 min walking from Via Bafile, the main street, and the beach. Tickets price from Venice airport: One way (€ 3,50); Return ticket (€ 6,40); Luggage > cm 50 x 25 x 45 (€ 1,90). The Treviso airport-Lido di Jesolo Express goes only during summer. One way ticket is 10,50€ (luggage included), return ticket 19,40€ (luggage included).

You can also get a bus from Piazzale Roma in Venice, the trip takes at least one hour.

By Train[edit]

There is no train station in Jesolo. The closest one is in San Donà di Piave (the station itself is called “San Donà di Piave - Jesolo” but it’s 25 km away from the beach) where you should get a bus.

Get around[edit]

You will basically walk from your accommodation to the beach which can be literally few metres away if you’re in one of the beachfront hotels. Then you will walk along Via Bafile, the main street, which starts at Piazza Marconi and continues after Piazza Nember. The street is named after Andrea Bafile, an Italian soldier and hero of the First World War who died after rescuing a fellow soldier in the nearby village of Cortellazzo. The street changes name after the piazzas: it is named “Via Bafile” from Piazza Marconi to Piazza Mazzini; then it is called Via Silvio Trentin until Piazza Aurora; then it changes again to Via Ugo Foscolo until the tiny Piazza Marina; then it is called Via Verdi until Piazza Nember where it changes again in Via dei Mille until its end which is very close. After that there’s the last part of the road leading to Piazzetta faro, the beach at the end of the river Sile, the famous Camping International, the Porto Turistico and the Terrazzamare Teatrobar, which is probably the best place for the night time with spectacular views of the river, the sea and the lighthouse. The whole Via Bafile, with its many names, from May to September is pedestrian 20:00-06:00 and it is packed with people. In the same period there is another pedestrian way at night between Piazza Milano and Piazza Torino in Lido Est.

Please note that many residents refer to this long street simply as Via Bafile, and if they have to indicate a particular place they will make reference to the piazzas instead.

The whole Via Bafile has a bike path on its side and moving around with bicycles is really handy. Some hotels have their own bike-rental service, otherwise you can find many bike and rickshaw rentals around the main streets. Pay attention with your bicycle/rickshaw if you’re going on Via Bafile at night as it can be really crowded at least until midnight. There's a new bike path on via Martin Luther King which is part of a bike paths network connecting Jesolo to nearby towns and cities.

ATVO is the local bus company and there are many buses connecting all parts of the Lido. ATVO buses don’t go on Via Bafile but on its parallel Via Aquileia. Anyway it is quite easy to get a citymap at the bus station or at the tourist offices and hotel information offices.

See[edit][add listing]

An unusual sight: Jesolo beach after a snowstorm in March 2010

Jesolo Paese hasn’t much to offer apart from some shops and the green area around the City Hall. There is a local market every friday in Piazza Kennedy, few minutes walking from Jesolo Paese bus stop. Check for shuttle services run by ATVO from Jesolo Lido bus station. An interesting thing is found in Via Antiche Mura and it’s the last part of a palaeo-Christian church which dates back to the Fourth century. It is said it was destroyed by Attila and the Huns but there’s no evidence about it. There are also plans to create a sort of archeological-historical park around here but there hasn’t been any confirmation yet. In late 2020, Jesolo city council together with Ca'Foscari University of Venice created a website about the discoveries so far.

Jesolo Lido in the colder seasons is almost a dead town, with nearly every hotel closed or open just for a few days during New Years Eve, or Carnival and Easter. Also many shops, bars and restaurants are closed from October/November until April. In springtime and summer the town changes completely: bars, restaurants, shops and more are opened usually until late September.

In the past decade Jesolo has gone through major developments, with more attractions and events spread through the year and especially in the summertime. Some of these new attractions are great for the kids but even adults can have a lot of fun.

  • Predators, PalaInvent, Piazza Brescia, Jesolo Lido, (), [1]. Daily 10:00 - 18:00. This area of the Tropicarium Park is focused on sharks and crocodiles. Children (0-4): free; children (4-14): 15€; adults: 20€; over 65: 16€; Family (2 adults + 2 children): 60€.  edit
  • Sea Life, Jesolo Laguna Shopping mall (From the Stadio Picchi roundabout follow the directions to Sea Life or enter the shopping mall parking. You will see the Sea Life beside the McDonald’s), [2]. Daily 10AM - 6PM. This aquarium is part of the Sea Life chain and it opened in 2011. Along the many areas you will see thousands of sea creatures from every part of the planet. Kids will love it. It also has a gift-shop. Adults 16€ (11€ online ticket) Children (3-12) 12€ (7€ online ticket).  edit
  • Tropicarium Park, PalaInvent, Piazza Brescia, Jesolo Lido, (), [3]. Daily 10:00-18:00. The Tropicarium Park is one of the best attractions in Jesolo Lido. It features more than 400 animals like reptiles and primates. It also gives access to the ‘Predators’ exhibition (in the Shark Expo area) and the ‘Killer Animals’ exhibition where you will be able to see sharks, crocodiles and other dangerous and rare animals. Tropicarium has recently obtained more rooms in Pala Arrex, so there will probably be more exhibitions. Adults €20 Children/over 65/Invalids €15.  edit
  • Museo Storico Militare (Historic - military museum), via Roma Destra 131 (between Jesolo Paese and Jesolo Lido. There's a helicopter outside, you can't miss it.), +39 0421 350898, [4]. My - Sep: daily 10-12:30 and 16-19:30. Objects, equipment, relics, uniforms of the italian, russian, british and american military forces from World War I to the present day. 7€, 5€ (6-14 yo).  edit

Do[edit][add listing]

Piers and Lighthouse in Jesolo

Enjoy the sea, the sun and the beach. Jesolo also offers many possibilities and facilities for those who love golf, tennis, horseriding and more.

  • Caribe Bay, Via Buonarroti 15, Jesolo Lido (5 minutes walking from Piazza Marina), +39 0421 371648 (), [5]. Caribe Bay will reopen on 1st July 2021 This is the largest waterpark in Europe. Pools, slides, bars, restaurants and everything in between. The park opened in 1989 and since then it has become one of the best known attractions in Jesolo and Italy.  edit
  • Golf Club Jesolo, Via St. Andrews 2, Jesolo Lido (Inland from Piazza Marina/Caribe Bay), +39 0421 372862 (, fax: +39 0421 377498), [6]. 18 holes golf course  edit
  • Republic Sport Village, via Silvio Piola 2, Jesolo Lido (Near the Stadio Picchi, entrance from the roundabout), 0421 633417 (), [7]. Two indoor tennis courts and five outdoor clay courts, two five-a-side football pitches, two padel courts and two beach volleyball courts plus bar and restaurant.  edit
  • Pista Azzurra, Via Roma Destra 90, 30016 Jesolo (Ve) (Take direction Lido Ovest or Cavallino, you will easily find it on the right after the Picchi roundabout), +39 0421 972471 (, fax: +39 0421 371309), [8]. Since 1962 this track has seen some young pilots who later in their career became real champions. Even the late Ayrton Senna raced here. You can rent karts and drive. Pista Azzurra also hosts several kart, supermotard and minimoto races. In the same area you can find the Bronse Cuerte Grill and Steakhouse.  edit
  • GommaPiuma, Via Firenze, Jesolo Lido; Piazza Europa, Jesolo Lido (the one in Via Firenze is very close to Piazza Trieste and the bus station, just behind Famila Shopping Mall. The other one is in Pineta). These parks are made for children, they will love jumping on the inflatables.  edit
  • Jolly Roger, via Tritone 4, (), [9]. This is the replica of an ancient venetian galleon used for cruises, parties (also pirate parties for kids) and dinners along the coast of Jesolo and Cavallino up to Venice.  edit
  • Ruota Panoramica (observation wheel), Piazza Brescia (next to Kursaal and Tropicarium Park). It is a 55 metres high observation wheel with 42 capsules.  edit


Jesolo has a long history of discos, some of them among the most famous in Italy. However, due to recent development in the city some of the historical ones have closed and reconverted in holiday apartments and other buildings. Jesolo Lido used to have more than 20 discos, but today only a few remain but they are still quite enjoyable.

  • Il Muretto, Via Roma Destra 120, Jesolo, +39 0421 371310 (), [10]. This is one of Italy’s historical discos and nightclub, established in 1961. You will get the chance to see worldwide famous dj’s performing here.  edit
  • King’s, Via John Lennon 22, Jesolo (Get there from the Picchi roundabout), +39 392 935 4747 (), [12]. This is another historical nightclub in Jesolo.  edit
  • Marina Club, Via Roma Destra 120, Jesolo (Very close to Il Muretto and Aqualandia, on the road to Cavallino), +39 0421 370645 (, fax: +39 0421 373291), [13]. Discobar and restaurant, usually very crowded.  edit
  • New Jesolandia (amusement park), Via Lucio Battisti (get there from Picchi stadium roundabout or from via Roma Destra). daily from 20:00. There are many rides, ideal for families with children  edit


Jesolo hosts many events throughout the year. The most important are:

  • Jesolo European Air Show 2021. This will take place on the 12th and 13th September 2021. If you love airplanes you must see this, also because it features the Frecce Tricolori, Italy’s acrobatic flight-team. Please note that for security reasons the access to the shore and bathing will be forbidden from 16:00 to 19:00 on the beach between Piazza Manzoni and Piazza Marina.
  • Jesolo Sand Sculpture Festival, Piazza Brescia. 5th June - 26th September 2021. Festival is back in the renewed Piazza Brescia. This year’s theme is "Darwin is back in town".  edit
  • Feste Marinare. Just few weekends in July and August you will have the chance to eat freshly made fish in Cortellazzo. Come early or you won’t get anything. 2020 edition: 10th, 11th, 24th, 25th July; 7th, 8th, 21st, 22nd August.
  • Fireworks Show. On the night of the 15th of August (“Ferragosto” in Italy) on the beach you will be able to see a fantastic fireworks show. Don’t miss it.
  • Holi - Festival of Colors, Piazzetta Faro, (). 10th August 2019, on the beach below the lighthouse (in front of Camping International). It will feature several Djs  edit
  • Jesolo Sand Nativity, Piazza Trieste, [14]. mon-sat 9.30-12.30/14.30-19.30 Sundays and festivity 9.30-21.00. 2020 - 2021 edition cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic. Free.  edit
  • Jesolo Christmas Village, Piazza Mazzini, [15]. 2020 - 2021 edition cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic.  edit
  • The Chocolate Village, (Jesolo Christmas Village - Piazzetta Casa Bianca). 2020 edition cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic.  edit


In the past few years Jesolo has been involved in new tourist proijects promoted by region Veneto. Those include the Litoranea Veneta, the waterway that links many towns all along the venetian north coast with the Venetian Lagoon. You can follow itineraries and routes that will let you discover many hidden places of the coastal area.


There are over 150km of cycling paths in and around Jesolo [57]. You can follow the routes to discover the territory. This is another recent tourist program developed by Region Veneto.

Buy[edit][add listing]

Walk down the main street and you will find hundreds of shops and boutiques, from the cheapest (and low quality) ones to some high-priced worldwide known brands. Very close to Piazza Drago and the big roundabout you will see the Famila shopping mall. Here you can find shops, bars, supermarket plus the SeaLife entrance and the McDonald's.

  • Ferrowine Jesolo, Piazza Drago 20, (). This is the place to go if you're looking for wine, beer, spirits, liquors and more. Expensive, but they have top quality products. Staff is helpful and expert. They also host events and tasting experiences throughout the year.  edit

If you're looking for something more and large international brands, then your best chance is the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet in Noventa di Piave, about 30km from Jesolo.

  • Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet (McArthur Glen Designer Outlet), Via Marco Polo 1, Noventa di Piave (beside the motorway exit), +39 0421 5741 (), [16]. Everyday 10:00 - 20:00; in the summer it closes at 22:00. 140 shops, cafes and restaurants. All the biggest and most famous brands. Free wi-fi and other facilities. In the summer the outlet also hosts events such as free concerts and fashion shows.  edit

Eat[edit][add listing]

There are many eating options in Jesolo. In all of them you will find the regional dishes with fish or meat. Don’t miss the original italian pizza. In the summer you can also enjoy a quick lunch on the many kiosks scattered along the beach promenade.


  • Pappa e Pomodoro, Via Levantina 261 (near Piazza Milano). Small, family-run restaurant. Italian cuisine, fish and also pizza  edit
  • Vent1 e Trenta (21 e 30), 26°/27° accesso al mare Via Bafile, +39 0421 972132, [17]. Italian cuisine, fish and pizza  edit


  • Ristorante Alla Grigliata (Lorenzon), Via Buonarroti 17, Jesolo Lido (Next to Aqualandia), +39 0421 372025 (), [19]. This is an historical grill restaurant opened by Bruno Lorenzon and family. Here you will eat grilled meat and some regional dishes. Very good and recommended. Better book in advance as it is always crowded.  edit
  • Al Ponte de Fero, Via Cristoforo Colombo 1, Jesolo (In Jesolo Paese, at the bridge over the Cavetta canal. Before the traffic lights and the bridge if you’re coming from Eraclea you will see the restaurant on the left.), 0421 350785 (, fax: 0421 350785), [20]. 12.30 / 14.30 - 19.00 / 23.00 Closed on Mondays during winter. Nice restaurant which also offers accommodation. Chef Michele Potenza is often seen on national TV.  edit
  • I-Sushi, via Mameli 29 (towers of Piazza Drago), +39.0421.38.02.50 (), [22]. Daily: lunch 12:00 - 14:30; dinner 18:00 - 23:30; Weekends 18:00 - 00:00. Sushi restaurant, also take-away  edit


  • Da Guido, Via Roma Sinistra 25, Jesolo (1 km from Jesolo Paese coming from Eraclea), +39 0421 350380 (, fax: +39 0421 369049), [23]. Closed on Mondays. Nice fish restaurant. It can be expensive but the cuisine is really good. They also provide a take-away service to enjoy the typical venetic cuisine at home.  edit
  • Ristorante Da Omar, Via Dante Alighieri 21, Jesolo Lido ("Just), +39 0421 93685 (), [24]. 12-14 - 19.30-22.30. Regional cuisine, very good restaurant but really expensive.  edit


You will find pizzerias everywhere in Jesolo. Here’s a brief list of some recommended ones:

  • Apollo 2000, Via Oriente 105, Jesolo Lido (Direction Cortellazzo, just past the Camping Malibu, you will see it on the right.), +39 0421-362216. 00-15.00, 18.00-3.00. An institution in Jesolo and one of the best places to eat pizza in town. Also restaurant. 15-30 €.  edit
  • Pizzeria da Berton, Via Gorizia 71, Jesolo Lido (Near the west end of Jesolo and places like Terrazzamare and Camping International. Just few metres away from the main street.), +39 0421 370594, [25]. 6PM - 2AM.  edit
  • Pizzeria Capri, Piazza De Santis 9, Jesolo Lido (just off Via Bafile, really close to Piazza Drago and Piazza Marconi), +39 0421382055 (), [26]. The eatery opened in 1965 and has been recently renovated. Highly recommended if you’re staying around the area.  edit
  • Pizzeria Mille Luci, Via dei Mille 1, Jesolo Lido (Piazza Nember), +39 0421 972178 (), [27]. 11:30 - 14:30, 17:00 - 00:30. One of the oldest pizzerias in Jesolo. Usually very crowded. Don’t miss it if you’re around here.  edit
  • Pizzeria Stiefel, Via dei Mille 65, Jesolo Lido (After Piazza Nember), [28]. Another historical eatery in Jesolo. The pizza here is great and they use their own ingredients to create some unique recipes. Friendly staff.  edit
  • Pizzeria Da Pino, Via Aleardi, Jesolo Lido (You will find the restaurant in the Torre Aquileia), +39 0421 372895 (), [29]. The Jesolo outlet of this brand, quite famous in the area of Venice and Treviso. Here you will eat the “Pizzalonga”, that is you can order 50 cm or 1 metre of pizza with anything you want. Also restaurant. This place is huge, so you won’t really need to book in advance and in any case you will not wait for a long time to have a seat.  edit
  • +39 Gourmet, Largo Tempini, 1, +39 391 481 4408 (). Real Neapolitan pizza and cuisine  edit

Fast food[edit]

Jesolo has the obvious McDonald’s and Burger King. You will find them very close to the Famila shopping mall. McDonald’s (also McDrive and McCafe) is very close to the SeaLife entrance. Burger King (also Drive) is on the other side of the road. They both stay open until late. Along via Bafile in the summer you can find many takeaways where you can buy slices of pizza, kebab and more. These are usually cheap and clean, some have a few seatings.

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • Black Cat Pub, Via Silvio Trentin 40, Jesolo Lido (Between Piazza Mazzini and Piazza Aurora), [30]. Nice and friendly pub. Good selection of beers.  edit
  • La Floridita, Via delle Meduse (Just off Via Bafile, close to Piazza Marconi. Go towards Piazza Trieste and you will see it on the right). Nice and small bar reminding of Central and South America. Ask the staff for some special rhums. Open until late. Relaxed and friendly.  edit
  • Garden Pub, Via dei Mille 60, Jesolo Lido (past Piazza Nember coming from Piazza Marina), +39 0421 972876 (), [31]. 19:00 - 03:00. One of the historical pubs in Jesolo Lido. Open until late. Huge selection of beers and tasty snacks.  edit
  • Gasoline Road bar, (Piazza Mazzini, below Maxim Tower), +39 0421 371866 (), [32]. A sort of road bar in Piazza Mazzini, below the Maxim tower. Usually packed with locals and bikers. You can’t miss it as it has a huge sign.  edit
  • John Martin’s, Via Bafile 512, Jesolo Lido, +39 0421 370234. Nice pub. Good beers and snacks.  edit
  • Mary’s Pub, Via Bafile 548, Jesolo Lido (Very close to Piazza Mazzini). Another historical pub in Jesolo Lido, recently renovated.  edit
  • Morgan’s, Via Bafile 225, Jesolo Lido (Close to Piazza Brescia), (). Noon - 4AM. Small but friendly pub on the main street.  edit
  • Primafila Music Cafe, Via Silvio Trentin 48, Jesolo Lido (Piazza Internazionale), (), [33]. This is one of the main spots in Jesolo’s nightlife, recently moved to a new location (very close to the old one). Very crowded.  edit
  • The Royal Oak, Via Bafile (Between Piazza Marconi and Piazza Trieste), [34]. Just a normal pub. Open from early morning until 2 AM. Good beers (mainly from Belgium), snacks and pizza.  edit
  • Terrazzamare Teatrobar, Piazzetta Faro, Jesolo Lido (At the very end of Jesolo Lido), +39 0421 370012, [35]. Probably the best nightspot in Jesolo. In the past 20 years Terrazzamare developed from a small bar to a venue which organized, promoted and hosted some of the biggest events ever happened in Jesolo, with international artists performing right on the beach. Duran Duran, Tiesto and Fatboy Slim among the others. Gets packed in the weekend and it is quite expensive. If you’re not into this then you might consider coming here late afternoon to enjoy a spritz watching the river, the sea and lighthouse at sunset in a very chilled out atmosphere. In 2016 new management opened a restaurant on the raised floor.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Jesolo has literally hundreds of accommodation options. A wide range of hotels, from the very cheap and uncomfortable ones to high-priced luxury seafront hotels, plus apartments, guesthouses and some camping villages.


  • Camping International, Via Alberto da Giussano, +39 0421 971826, [36]. This is probably the best camping village in Jesolo Lido and it has been recently awarded as the best camping in Europe. Top class services, private beach, very close to the famous Terrazzamare Teatrobar. Ideal for families  edit
  • Camping Malibu Beach, Viale Oriente 70, +39 0421 362212, [37]. In the area of the Pineta, this camping is really good for families. It has different accommodation options (pitches, caravans, bungalows) and a private beach. It has  edit
  • Camping Waikiki, Viale Oriente 144 (In the area of the Pineta, at the end of Jesolo Lido (very close to Cortellazzo)), [38].  edit

There are many other camping villages in the coastal towns near Jesolo, especially in Cavallino and towards Eraclea Mare and Caorle.

Bed and Breakfast[edit]

  • Hotel Morena, Via Bafile 221, Jesolo Lido (Close to Piazza Brescia), +39 0421 381320 (, fax: +39 0421 386337), [39]. Three-star hotel and Bed & Breakfast on the main street of Jesolo Lido. Walking distance from attractions like Sealife and Tropicarium Park. Beach at 1 minute walking. Also has restaurant and pizzeria.  edit
  • Hotel Villa Roberta, Piazza Trento 6, Jesolo Lido, +39 0421 370099 (), [40]. Family run two stars B&B. It’s a basic accommodation but it is nice and clean. 100 metres from the beach and 50 metres from the main street.  edit
  • Hotel My Fair, Via Leon Battista Alberti, 3 Jesolo Lido, +39 0421 972241 (), [41]. My Fair Hotel is a Bed and Breakfast in Jesolo Lido family run.  edit


  • Albergo Villa Garda, via Dalmazia, 2° accesso al mare 9, +39 042192012 (, fax: +39 042192012), [42]. Seafront  edit
  • Hotel Malibran, Via Bafile, 27° Accesso al Mare, 8 (near Piazza Mazzini), +39 0421972743 (), [43]. Seafront  edit


  • Hotel Regina, Via Bafile 115, Jesolo Lido (Close to Piazza Trieste), +39 0421 93400 (, fax: +39 0421 93047), [44]. 3 star hotel and Bed and Breakfast, on the main street. One minute walking from the beach.  edit
  • Hotel Janeiro, Via Altinate 128, Jesolo, +39 0421 961050 (, fax: +39 0421 362934), [46]. Seafront hotel with lots of services: bikes, tennis, parking and garden. 41 rooms with seaview.  edit
  • Hotel Jesulum, via A. Bafile 325, Jesolo, +39 0421 370319 (, fax: +39 0421 377122), [47]. Hotel Jesulum is a 3 Star Jesolo Hotel located just a few steps from the sea and in the center of the tourist town.  edit
  • Hotel Ettoral, Via U. Foscolo, 72, Jesolo, +39 0421 371360 (), [48]. Equipped with the best comforts, Hotel Ettoral overlooks the main street of Jesolo with a large terrace bar, near Piazza Mazzini.  edit


Hotel Casa Bianca al Mare
  • Hotel Casa Bianca al Mare, Piazzetta Casa Bianca 1, Jesolo Lido (Between Piazza Brescia and Piazza Mazzini), +39 0421 370615 (, fax: +39 0421 371659), [49]. Four stars hotel opened in 1936 which makes it the oldest hotel in Jesolo Lido. Old style and elegant, really beautiful. Seafront restaurant. Expensive. Price range from 180€ to 490€ per person per night..  edit
  • Park Hotel Brasilia, Via Levantina 2° acc. al mare 3, 30016 Lido di Jesolo - Venezia, +39 0421.380851 (, fax: +39 0421 92244). Four star hotel, a member of the Worldhotels First Class Collection International chain. It faces the Adriatic Sea, and has a private beach.  edit
  • Hotel Orient & Pacific, Piazza Torino 1, 30016 Jesolo (Venice), +39 0421 961285 (fax: +39 0421 961621), [50]. near the beach and the Bafile pedestrian area. Offer rooms with all the best services. BB: 60€ HB 69€ FB:78€ (person per night)..  edit
  • Hotel Cavalieri Palace, via Mascagni 1, Jesolo Lido (Piazza Nember), +39 0421 971969 (fax: +39 0421 971970), [51]. Air-conditioned room with side or front view on the sea. One of the best hotels in town. The nearby kiosk on the beach (Chiosco Veliero) is known for organizing parties sometime during summer. 70€-90€, HB 80€-105€, FB 105€-120€..  edit
  • Grand Hotel Luxor & Cairo, Via Padova 47, Jesolo Lido (Close to Piazza Nember), +39 0421 971422 (fax: +39 0421.971423), [52]. Four stars hotel with pool, wellness center, restaurant and baby club. Private beach.  edit
  • Hotel Salus, Via Verdi 35, Jesolo Lido, +39 0421 372842 (fax: +39 0421 372615), [53]. Four stars hotel. Great services, private beach, swimming pool and restaurant. Room rates start from (vary based on the season): Full board € 62.00 - Half board € 54.00 - Overnight stay and breakfast € 49.00.  edit
  • Almar Jesolo Resort & Spa, Via Dante Alighieri, 106, +39 0421 388111 (), [54]. 5 stars seafront hotel, also includes wellness and spa, restaurant, swimming pool, private beach.  edit
  • Falkensteiner Hotel and Spa, Piazza Le Corbusier 6 (close to the hospital), +39 0472 975650 (), [55]. 5 stars seafront hotel and spa. Indoor and outdoor pool, private beach, restaurant. 126 rooms and suites.  edit
  • Sunrise Palace Apartments Lido di Jesolo, Via Dante Aligheri, 135, +39 0421 380825 (, fax: +39 0421 92290), [56]. Self-catering apartments on the seafront with full kitchen, double bedroom, living room with sofa bed, en-suite bath, free Wi-Fi, TV, air conditioning and hydro massage shower. Also available private parking, swimming pool and solarium on the rooftop. Apartments rates € 200..  edit

Stay safe[edit]

Jesolo is overall a safe place, although you might encounter unpleasant situations. Just use your common sense and follow basic rules. Do not leave anything valuable inside your car, or at least don’t leave anything clearly visible from the outside. Do not walk in poorly lit areas late at night and after midnight avoid the beach as there have been episodes of smugglers and violent crimes. Please note that the beach is patrolled by private security agencies: behave yourself, do not sit on sunchairs or sunbeds as they are property of hotels and residences. During the day, on the beach, you might be approached by people (mostly Asians) offering massages or other services: do not accept as this is an illegal activity and if caught you will be fined up to 2500€. Same apply if you get caught buying things from hawkers. You will see hawkers (mostly from Indian region and China) scattered along the main street at night, they will try to sell you roses, toys and other stuff. Kindly refuse or be sure they won’t leave you alone. If you spend a night in a bar you will easily see the same hawker 4 or 5 times: even if you refused the first time he will not stop asking you to buy something. Pay attention around Piazza Mazzini, especially on weekends. Drunk fights and drug-related crimes have been reported.

If you come from a cold country and you’re not used to get tanned, do always use a sunscreen cream to avoid burnings, especially recommended for kids. Try to avoid the beach in the hottest hours (Noon - 4PM). You can get sunscreen creams in many places, but asking a pharmacy is way better as they sell better products.

Do not dive from the jetties, water can be shallow and the risk of serious injuries is very high. Every year some people get injured, some of them remained quadriplegic.

Useful numbers and addresses[edit]

  • Hospital - ER - Emergency Medical Care: Via Levantina 104, Jesolo Lido. Phone: +39 0421 388411 - Please note that on the beach there are several medical stations (look for the red cross) to contact in case of need.
  • Police Station: Via Pietro Sassaro 1, Jesolo Lido (close to Sea Life Aquarium) Phone +39 0421 385811 Fax: +39 0421 3858210
  • Carabinieri: Via Cesare Battisti 1, Jesolo (Jesolo Paese) Phone: +39 0421 951400

Get out[edit]

Around the Venetian lagoon you can visit other smaller islands, which are worth a visit. There is also the Lido, which is a long narrow island with more modern buildings, hosting a youth hostel and a hotel, also the place where every September the annual Venice Movie Festival is held.

  • Venice - One of the most famous cities in the world, simply amazing. To reach Venice from Jesolo you can use the Quickly ticket which combines bus and ferry. Return ticket from Jesolo is €20,50. You can buy the ticket at the bus station in Jesolo.
  • Lido di Venezia - Venice beaches are located here.
  • Murano - Nearby island, famous for the glass.
  • Burano - Nearby island with typical textiles and painted houses.
  • Torcello - small and almost uninhabitated island, doesn't offer much to see and do but it's well worth a visit.
  • San Lazzaro - Nearby island with Armenian monastery and impressive art collection, some world class pieces.
  • Mestre - Mestre is the Mainland, but still part of Venice, it is a modern town and there is nothing really worth to see here.

If you have a car you can easily reach many other places around Jesolo. You can visit Treviso which is 40 minutes away, or going up to the hills and mountains to visit Conegliano and taste the best and real Prosecco wine in Italy. Or you can go on towards Vittorio Veneto and Belluno before reaching the Dolomites and the beautiful valleys among th Alps, and towns like Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Following the coastline northward you can visit beautiful towns such as Caorle or Bibione, or Lignano and Grado with its beautiful lagoon. You can take the A4 motorway to visit the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia and the historical towns of Udine and Trieste which is at the border between Italy and Slovenia and also very close to Croatia. If you’re into history and archaeology you can’t miss the chance of visiting the beautiful town of Aquileia, near Udine, or the archaeological area of Quarto d'Altino, near Treviso.

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