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Discover Lido of Venice

If you want to be within a stone’s throw of the sights of Venice, but with gorgeous beaches on your doorstep, Lido of Venice is the perfect place. This small, charming island forms a barrier between the Venetian Lagoon and Adriatic Sea, providing miles of beautiful beaches and stunning scenery to enjoy. From the sleepy fishing villages in the south to the shops and restaurants of Gran Viale in the north, it’s an island as varied as it is beautiful, and one that is sure to take your breath away.

Hotels in Lido of Venice

Accommodation in Lido of Venice ranges from B&Bs, all the way up to luxury 5-star hotels. Most hotels are found in the northern part of the island, close to a vaporetto stop, making it easy to visit Venice. If you’re seeking luxury, look no further than Hotel Excelsior Venice. This 5-star hotel in Lido of Venice features breathtaking rooms and fantastic facilities, such as: a heated outdoor pool, private beach, tennis courts, and a nightclub. If you’re looking for a B&B, then Villa Casanova is a fantastic option, with a cozy atmosphere and an amazing complimentary breakfast. They both receive some of the best hotel reviews in Lido of Venice.

Things to see in Lido of Venice

One of the hidden gems of Lido of Venice, Malamocco, is a historic fishing village located in the south of the island. Walk around and enjoy the canals, restaurants, and the beautiful gothic architecture. Lido beach is an ideal place to relax and soak up the sun. The most accessible part of the public beach is at the end of Gran Viale Santa Maria Elisabetta, where you can enjoy the golden sands and stunning views across the Adriatic Sea. A short boat ride from Lido will take you to San Lazzaro degli Armeni. This small island is home to a beautiful Armenian monastery dating from the 18th century. Armenian monks provide tours, allowing you to discover all the history surrounding this small yet fascinating island. For a fun and enjoyable experience, take a class at the Acquolina Cooking School, and wow your friends upon your return with your knowledge of Venetian cooking.

Good for couples

If you’re a couple that want to steer clear of the crowded streets of Venice, this neighborhood is the perfect destination, and has a range of top Lido of Venice hotels to choose from. There are plenty of places to enjoy time with your significant other. For a less crowded alternative to Lido Beach, consider Alberoni. With its lovely beach and windswept dunes, it’s a truly romantic setting. One of the best ways to travel in Lido of Venice is by cycling, which is great for couples. You can hire bikes from one of the many shops on Gran Viale or, if you prefer, hire scooters from Venice Scooter Rental.

How to get to Lido of Venice

The easiest way to reach Lido of Venice from the United States is by taking a direct flight to Marco Polo International Airport (although these flights are normally seasonal). Once here, it couldn’t be easier to reach Lido of Venice. Just jump on the waterbus (Blu Line) at the Alilaguna stop and you’ll reach Lido of Venice in about 30 minutes. If you’re traveling from the city of Venice itself then you can get to Lido of Venice in around 10-30 minutes (depending on your location) by catching a vaporetto.

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