During your vacation in Venice, you certainly can’t miss a trip to the sea, especially the one on the Lido.
Frequented not only by tourists, the Lido di Venezia (formerly called Isola d’Oro), is an islet that rises a short distance from the city, ideal for a day in the open air breathing in the scent of the waves. Among the main attractions, to be mentioned, are the numerous Art Nouveau villas, perfect destination for lovers of architecture and good taste; the facades have decorations and references to floral motifs, exhibit precious mosaics and their entrance is almost always enriched by the presence of wrought iron gates and large gardens. The coast is dotted with the famous Murazzi, Istrian stone dams dating back to the ‘700, built to protect the island’s banks from erosion caused by the waves. To admire, the Palazzo del Casinò and the Palazzo del Cinema, home of the Film Festival, an event of global importance. On the island you can find several historic buildings, some dating back to the 19th century, such as the Church of S. M. Elisabetta, the Votive Temple, built to commemorate the fallen of the First World War and the church of S. Nicolò.
You can’t miss a stop at the beach: 12 km of dunes of fine sand and golden color, bathed by the crystal clear water of the sea.
The Lido of Venice is easily reachable from the city by vaporetto and is about 30 minutes away.
To top off your day, come and visit us at the Kori Restaurant, just 20 minutes from the island: a tasty dinner is waiting for you
To book a table, call the number: +39 041 5286158
We’re open from Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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