Voted Italy’s no 1 aquatic theme park, Aqualandia recreates a veritable Caribbean Island just a stone’s throw away from Venice. It is a haven of fun covering no less than 80,000 square metres in which relaxation, fun, extreme sports and attractions for all ages come together in one place.
Jesolo Golf Club: an oasis of greenery just a matter of meters away from the Lido, the course covers 900,000 square metres. The elegant and refined Clubhouse provides exclusive and functional services designed to respond to golfers' every need: a pro-shop, restaurant and changing rooms. The restaurant seats around one hundred people and has a large open-air bar with a varied wine cellar. Open all year round: Times: 8 am - 8 pm (summer); 9 am – 5 pm (winter).
Pista Azzura is one of the most important karting tracks in the world and every year it hosts domestic and international competitions. Among the services on offer, there is that for renting karts, the perfect way for experiencing the emotion of the race. Three types of rental are available: for the very young (they have a special track with baby karts), for adults and for those wanting to try karting in pairs on a two-seater 270cc Honda. The 80,000 square meters of the circuit site also include a restaurant, a playground for children and a shop for karting enthusiasts (clothing and spare parts). Open from March to September. Times: 9 am to 12 noon, 4 pm to midnight.
Tropicarium Park is a long journey of around three hours totally underground, with so many animals from all over the world. Tropicarium Park is located in the Pala Arrex (Tourism Building) in Piazza Brescia 11, and in via Aquileia 123.
A veritable marine park – that follows the exceptional success of the one opened in Gardaland in 2008. It has 30 large tanks with 5000 specimens belonging to over 100 aquatic species from all the seas of the world: from sea horses to starfish, jellyfish from the giant species to the mysterious sharks. A unique experience that leads visitors on a journey of discovery through many environments, in a crescendo of experiences, that also take in Venice’s culture, values and history. Sea Life is located in the area adjacent to the Laguna Shopping Mall.
You don’t need to venture far from the hotel after your evening meal to visit one of the many disco-bars that are open late into the night: directly on the beach is the Capannina Beach; just a short distance away you'll find the Gasoline, with its perfect American road western style; the Terrazza Mare Teatrobar stands on stilts and is suspended over the mouth of the River Sile, caressed by the sea and with the Jesolo lighthouse in the background; the jovial and good-natured atmosphere is what livens up the historical Morgan’s in Piazza Brescia; a disco-bar, restaurant, summer garden, and wine bar, provide an evening at the Marina Club that is not to be missed; in urban style, open late into the night, the Primafila represents one of the cornerstones of Jesolo’s night life, right at the back of Piazza Mazzini.
And if you’re looking for somewhere to dance until the first glimmers of dawn, there's the il Muretto discotheque with some of the most trendy DJs of the moment; the large garden of the Vanilla Club under a starlit sky; the Maxim and the Kings River Club.
If you feel like chancing your arm, you can also pay a visit to the Jesolo Gaming Hall: Piazza Brescia is the location for a small branch of Venice’s Casino, with slot machines, electronic roulette and Texas hold’em poker for tournaments. And if you’re not put off by going further afield, you can push onwards to Venice and try your luck at the Casinò di Cà Noghera, just 30km from Jesolo.
Gomma Piuma (Foam Rubber)
In terms of amusement parks, we’d like draw you attention to the Gomma Piuma. With so many inflatables on which to jump and climb, it will guarantee even more moments of fun for children and even the younger ones.
New Jesolandia
A park with rides, games and amusements, it covers an area of 20,000 square metres and is popular with young and old alike. Totally supervised by a video surveillance system, it is a safe alternative for all the family. Free shuttle buses connecting the park with Jesolo’s major squares depart from here every thirty minutes.
Jolly Roger
Aboard the galleon that replicates the features of the vessels used by the Most Serene Republic between the 17th and 18th centuries, you will set sail with the Captain and his motley crew on an original and amusing journey of discovery to Venice and the other enchanting places of the Lagoon, or perhaps even boarding incredulous ships and crews.
Parco Grifone – Piazza Milano
For the perfect alternative to a “classic” day at the beach why not try out the Parco Grifone with its children’s play area and a playground area.
Play Village
Tennis courts, five a side pitches, basketball courts and a roller-skating rink. This park also has its own bar and restaurant and an equipped play corner for children, ensuring that the utmost fun is to be had by all.
Jesolo’s Tourist Port
With a mooring capacity for up to 448 boats, the port is located on the left hand bank of the River Sile, in the calm and soothing waters of the river’s outlet. The Port of Jesolo is one of the most modern and well-equipped in the entire Adriatic and is a mere 11 miles from Venice and 40 miles from nearby Croatia. 
This parade of shops extends for no less than 13 kilometres. 
It is Europe’s longest shopping street, with 12,000 premises which include shops, restaurant, bars and trendy venues. 
In Noventa di Piave you’ll find the Veneto Designer Outlet, a large shopping area that has a portfolio of prestigious international brand names from the world of fashion in a fashionable and charming setting. 
More than 90 shops of some of the most prestigious brand names, offering discounts of between 35% and 70% on prices all year round.
Jesolo Ambient Bike is a guide to exploring the more than 150 km of cycle routes in the city of Jesolo.
Six routes devised and planned in conjunction with the municipal owned company, Jesolo Patrimonio, in order to complement the tourist package and provide opportunities for exploring the area and learning about its characteristics, whilst still keeping in touch with nature. 
The project is a part of the development programme of the Rete Escursionistica Veneta (Venice’s Touring Network), and so the routes are signposted accordingly with the boards envisaged in the guidelines of the Veneto Region. 
The routes:
Percorso arancio Terracqueo (Orange Terraqueous Route)
Route: Lido di Jesolo, Palazzo del Turismo (Tourism Building) - piazza Brescia
Degree of difficulty: demanding along the embankment
Distance: 23.6 Km
Percorso rosa Riviera Piave (Pink Piave Riviera Route)
Route: Cortellazzo
Degree of difficulty: demanding along the embankment 
Distance: 24.4 Km
Percorso verde Laguna di Venezia (Green Venetian Lagoon Route) 
Route: Jesolo Town, Piazza 1° Maggio
Degree of difficulty: medium-easy 
Distance: 29 km
Percorso blu La campagna (Blue Countryside route) 
Route: Jesolo Town, Piazza 1° Maggio
Degree of difficulty: easy 
Distance: 15 km
Percorso rosso Bonifica (Red Redevelopment Route) 
Route: Lido di Jesolo, Palazzo del Turismo (Tourism Building) - Piazza Brescia
Degree of difficulty: easy 
Distance: 21.4 Km
Percorso giallo Urbano (Yellow City Route) 
Route: Lido di Jesolo, Palazzo del Turismo (Tourism Building) - Piazza Brescia
Degree of difficulty: very easy 
Distance: 27 km
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