Venice Lido is the closest beach to Venice’s main island
Like a real fence, the island of Venice Lido protects Venice and Its lagoon ecosystem from the waves of Adriatic Sea.
People commonly consider this island as the beach of Venice, where the golden sand shares the space with a rich pinewood in Alberoni’s area.
The closest beach to Venice Lido imbarcadero is Blue-moon, click here to locate it on the maps of Google.
Beaches access is free, but some areas are private and offer sun beds, beach umbrella, showers and the bar service.
How much does it cost one day in Venice Lido?
The daily rate for 2 sun beds + beach umbrella is 17.00€
Spring and summer are the most crowded periods, High season starts in May and ends in September.
The traditional appointment of Venice Film Festival that recalls celebrities from all over the world .
During summer Lido di Venezia offers a rich events calendar, and a sparkling night-life for those who never get tired!
Its position so close to Venice, between the Lagoon and the sea, gave to the architect Frank Lloyd Wright the inspiration to project one of the most fashionable golf court in the world.
You can easily reach Venice Lido by ferry, with a short ferry navigation, through line 5.1, 5.2 or 6(the quickest) from Piazzale Roma (Click here to check the schedule)
Reccomended: read the article about beaches near Venice or other things to do in Venice