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Only a 20 minute lasting boat ride helps you to flee from crowded, loud and hectic venice city center. What you get: great, clean beaches, restaurants which are more affordable, and a nice calm atmosphere.
Pretty with tree lined road on the walk to the Free Beach. But to sit in shade, we had to pay 27 euros for one umbrella and two basic loungers. We found a great outdoor restaurant which was lovely, with tropical plants, and good value.
We had the crazy idea to go to the beach for a change but being used to Thai or even American beaches we got quite disappointed.
The sand is a depressing dark color and you are only allowed to walk along the long beach, you...More
The beach area on the Venice Lido is a very sandy beach and is split between the free beach and the paid for areas with umbrellas and sunbeds for hire. €36 for a days hire of umbrella and 3 sunbeds for the day. The free...More
It was nice to take the #1 ferry to Lido for part of the day. To come out to see wider streets and less people was a good break from Venice. Getting off the ferry it was straight up the street to the beach. We...More
We wanted to visit the beach one day so got the vaporetto to Lido €7.50 per person each way. It's easy to navigate to Lido, just look at the vaporetto schedules. Our host recommended that we didn't go to the traditional tourist beach which is...More
Yes, most hotels can sell you tickets for the private beaches. Cost €12 a day for toilets, shower and changing and of course the bed and umbrella. There is a public beach with the same facilities at €18 a day.
Response from Monckeynuts | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you will need to take a water bus as the Lido is a different island. When you get to the Lido you then have a lovely ten or fifteen minute walk down the main street to the beach at the other end. Do take the time to have... More
Hi, you will need to take a water bus as the Lido is a different island. When you get to the Lido you then have a lovely ten or fifteen minute walk down the main street to the beach at the other end. Do take the time to have a tea or coffee in one of the shops on the walk down there, or take a walk down one of the side streets to see the small canals.