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Lido di Jesolo is every inch dedicated to the delights of holidaymaking. Safe bathing in the warm sea, strolling along the beach front promeneade or watching the world go by from a pavement cafe. There is also the opportunity to see some of Northern Italy's famous sights such as Venice, Verona, Lake Garda and the Dolomites.
A vast, busy resort, mostly originating from the early 1960s, Jesolo provides holidaymakers with an opportunity to relax in a relatively spacious coastal location with pools, beach and comfortable accommodation.
Overcrowding has become less of a problem in recent years although the popular central area is subject to some noise and closed to traffic at peak times.
This area caters for mainly package tours, but some 4-star hotels provide reasonable middlemarket facilities and many make good provision for families.
There is a broad range of standard, mostly 2- to 4-star hotels, the majority providing full or half board. Watch out for extra charges for using loungers by hotel pools and for air conditioning.