Bibione – Enjoy Italy's Largest Beach
Location: Island in the Veneto Region of Italy
As part of the city of San Michele al Tagliamento, Bibione is located in the eastern Veneto region, between Venice and Triest on the Northern Adriatic Coast, this beach town borders the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. A bridge links the mainland with the island of Bibione. Visitors can arrive by car, either by the A23 or A4 motorways. There are also regular trains from Venice and Trieste, and it is accessible by boat. Visitors arriving by plane can fly into Venice, Treviso, or Ronchi dei Legionari Airports.
Culture: Lively Music Scene Featuring Classical to Modern
Bibione is home to many discos, pubs, piano bars, and nightclubs, which provide a lively music scene ranging from classical to modern music. In September, there is the annual Septemberfest, which celebrates wine and grapes. The area is also known as a center of health and wellness, with the spa, known as Bibione Thermae, recognized by the Italian Ministry of Health and the National Health Service. It is easy to visit the surrounding cities seeped in culture and history, such as nearby Venice, Padua, and Treviso.
Activities: Get Active with a Wide Range of Sport Options
There is eight kilometers of beaches between the Adriatic Sea and Valle Grande on the peninsula on which this sea resort lies. The beach ranges from 250 meters to 450 meters wide, making it one of the largest in the country. Visitors enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches, partaking in many water sports including swimming, water skiing, snorkeling, and sailing. Some of the beach areas allow dogs. Visitors can enjoy other outdoor activities, including golfing, tennis, and horse riding. Nearby are also an aquarium, a water park, Aquasplash, and an amusement park, Gulliverlandia. Furthermore, there are hiking and cycling opportunities in the nearby forests and sand dunes.