In Jesolo town centre there is a large pedestrian area lined with shops selling products of all kinds and prices.
The main shopping street is called Via Bafile and it is 13 km long. Along it you will find 1200 restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs and shops with a wide range of goods that will delight all shopping lovers and especially those looking for items that are made in Italy.
In the summer, Via Bafile is closed to traffic and it becomes one big pedestrian area, so visitors can move around freely and stroll along it completely safely.
After a long day in the sun, tourists can also choose to carry on having fun by the shore in the evening. There are lots of kiosks spread along the seafront that light up as the sun goes down. Outstanding DJs help to create an informal atmosphere as crowds of people savour nibbles and the traditional Veneto “spritz” cocktails.
Just outside the residential part of Jesolo are numerous clubs and some of the most famous nightspots in Veneto, such as Muretto, Marina Club and Vanilla to name but a few. Fans of electronic, house and pop music flock there to dance until dawn.
Free buses that stop in a number of parts of town provide a safe, convenient way to get to all of the clubs. From June to August, the Limobus runs from 10.00 pm until 5.30 am. It is a public transport service that takes and picks up young people to clubs all along the coast, from Cortellazzo to Cavallino.