Jesolo beach stretches out for 15 km between the mouths of the Piave and Sile Rivers. Its most striking features are its fine, golden sand, its green pine woods and its jetties.
Jesolo beach is an ideal place for families and children to take a dip due to its cutting-edge safety facilities and the way the sand slopes gently down into the sea.
By the shore there are areas for tourists with bathrooms, hot and cold showers, first aid stations and lifeguard towers.
You can either claim your own spot on the public beach for a little sunbathing or choose to really unwind and use the umbrellas, sun loungers and deck chairs hired by the beach service. There are plenty of kiosks, cafés, bars and restaurants by the beach, which are ideal for a light lunch, an ice cream in the afternoon or a romantic dinner.
There is also lots of room on the long, broad beach for sports. As well as beach volleyball and bocce courts, there are large open areas where you can fly kites and enjoy impromptu games of football and beach tennis.
All along the Jesolo coast, there is a free entertainment service for tourists that keeps both kids and adults amused with fun games, dancing, exercise and water aerobics.
Like many other Veneto beach resorts, for many years Jesolo has had a Blue Flag thanks to its clean, safe coastline. The international accolade also recognizes Jesolo’s constant commitment to keeping the beach and town environmentally friendly.