Italy

Lido di Jesolo

The Venetian Riviera

Lido di Jesolo is a vibrant seaside town situated on the sparkling Adriatic Sea. At the edge of the Venetian Lagoon, it is known as the ‘Venetian Riviera’ thanks to its miles of glorious, golden beach. Ideal for relaxing beside the ocean or enjoying the gentle sea breeze whilst strolling along the promenade, the town is brimming with ice cream parlours, cafés, shops and trattorias. During the evening, the main promenade (Via Bafile) is pedestrianised, so that visitors can enjoy exploring the town on foot. What’s more, the delights of Venice and the Veneto are all within easy reach.

THE VENETIAN RIVIERA

Sun, sea, culture and prosecco in Lido di Jesolo

  • Lido di Jesolo – kick back and relax in this Italian beachside resort town
  • Padua – this ancient city is adorned with incredible frescoed chapels
  • Vicenza – discover the classicism of Palladian architecture in this stunning town at the heart of the Veneto
  • Bassano del Grappa – this pretty town is most famous for producing the fiery spirit, grappa
  • Villa Sandi – enjoy tour a tour of this elegant Palladian villa & a tasting of the fine prosecco produced here
  • Return flights included
  • 7 nights half board accommodation

From £789
per person

based on two sharing in a twin/double room, with a minimum of 35 passengers travelling in a specific month

Best time to go

April, May, June, July, September, October

Suggested Hotel

Hotel Adlon, Lido di Jesolo

  • Modern & elegant 4-star hotel
  • Wonderful beachfront location, close to main promenade of Lido di Jesolo
  • Private beach, sun deck & heated outdoor pool
  • Cool, contemporary rooms with balcony and sea view
  • On site restaurant

Not the hotel for your group? Other hotels are available, contact us.

Attractions:

  • Padua
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    An ancient city with a youthful population, Padua was once a medieval city-state that vied for power with Venice and Verona. Today, Padua is vibrant town with an authentic feel and a lovely place to stroll the streets, markets and parks, but its previous position of power is still evident in the incredible frescoes found within the town’s churches and chapels. Giotto’s extraordinary, luminous work in the Scrovegni Chapel is the jewel in the crown. Padua played a role in more recent history too, providing a stage for Mussolini’s Fascist oratory.

  • Vicenza
    Statues-on-the-top-of-the-Basilica-palladiana-in-Vicenza-the-clock-tower-and-a-view-of-Lords-Square

    The architectural elegance of lovely Vicenza is almost solely thanks to one man: Palladio. During the 1500s, Palladio not only transformed this city but also influenced building styles across the whole of Europe. Classicism, sophistication and simplicity define the palazzi, villas and civic landmarks built in the Palladian style, and have been emulated far and wide. In addition to the stunning architecture, this small city bustles with lively markets, cafés and restaurants as well as interesting galleries and museums.

  • Bassano del Grappa
    Bassano-del-Grappa-old-wooden-bridge

    Famed predominately for its eponymous firewater, Bassano del Grappa’s historic centre exudes quiet charm. Explore the quaint wooden bridge over the River Brenta, interesting little churches, pretty piazzas, ceramics collections and grappa distilleries. Grappa is a fiery spirit made from the grape vines discarded in the wine-making process.

  • Villa Sandi

    Villa Sandi is an incredible Palladian masterpiece which dates back to the 1620s. Villa Sandi produces exceptional prosecco thanks to its traditional methods and the fertile lands surrounding the house. You can discover the opulence of the delicate, beautiful interior and enjoy a tour of the extensive wine cellars, as well as tasting of a variety of their wines.

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