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7 Reasons Why Veneto Belongs on the Bucket List in the Summer of 2023!

150 kilometers of coastline, ten beaches, and eight destinations have joined forces to form "Venice Sands". The platform explains why Veneto is the place to be in the Summer of 2023.

March 3, 2023

1. dream beaches from Bibione to Chioggia-Sottomarina

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The vacation region on the Veneto coast consists of eight destinations: Bibione, Caorle, Jesolo, Cavallino Treporti, Lido di Venezia, Eraclea, Rosolina, and Chioggia-Sottomarina. Combined, that is 150 kilometers of sandy beach. If you love a beach vibe, this is definitely the place for you.

2. free active offer


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"Bibione BeActive" is a new beach section for adults and children. Mental and physical fitness are the focus in this location with free sports, dance and wellness activities. It starts on June 5 and the last activities take place on September 8. To the program. Although not free, but all the more memorable is a participation in the moonlight half marathon in Jesolo.

3. extensive cycling routes

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If you want to discover Veneto by bike in the summer of 2023, Caorle is the perfect location for that. You can rent 60 e-bikes via the app "Caorle On Bike" and explore the lagoon. The X-lagoon ferry takes you from Caorle to Bibione, where you can simply continue your tour. On a new bike path, you can now get directly to the sea from the lagoon of Venice. On May 24, Caorle will serve as the 17th leg of the world-famous Giro d'Italia cycling race.

4. art from sand

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Shovels, brushes, water, and buckets: that's all it takes to create impressive sand sculptures. At the Scogliera Viva International Sand Sculpture Competition, professionals show you how it's done. It takes place in Caorle from June 24 to July 1, 2023.

5. sustainable tourism

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The Cavallino Treporti region is known for sustainable tourism. Vacations close to nature such as camping are the main focus. Families can explore the wide beaches and the proximity of the fragrant pine forests. On June 21, the 13-kilometer-long beach celebrates "Sand & Sound" with music, shows, and performances. The landscape is also particularly gorgeous around the small town of Eraclea. Vacationers find peace and solitude here.

6. treasures of nature

Porto Caleri von oben

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Apart from extensive beaches and shady pine forests, "Venice Sands" offers more botanical highlights. The botanical garden of Porto Caleri in Rosolina Mare is a gorgeous location for a walk. The town and its Po Delta are a UNESCO biosphere reserve. 

7. venetian glamour

Lido di Venezia

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At the Lido di Venezia, the splendor of bygone times is still visible. Just a few minutes from Venice by boat, the water is crystal clear. From late August to early of September, the famous Venice Film Festival takes place here. Guests who want to discover Veneto in the summer of 2023 are able to book numerous experiences online via the new website

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