The Lido has always been known as the Venice beach, with a coast that became well-known at the end of the 19th century due to the constant presence of the European aristocracy, which came here for their summer holidays and stayed in the elegant hotels along the coast.
Today, the Lido offers completely relaxing beach holidays with bathing facilities with all the services, beach umbrellas and lounge chairs on clean beaches where the guests at the Russo Palace Hotel can use a private beach area. This was the very place that served as inspiration for the fascinating British poet, George Byron, a lover of Venice.
For those who want to enjoy nature, the Lido of Venice has preserved the Alberoni oasis, protected by the WWF that can be reached by bicycle along the ‘dykes’ or in just a few minutes by bus. Here, you can sample the cuisine at a few traditional restaurants and take in some sum among the wild dunes and islands…