Nearest Beach: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Eraclea Mare 0.5km
- Jesolo: 15km
- Punta Sabbioni: 38km
- Treviso: 50km
- Venice: 52km
- Padova: 103km
- Vicenza: 130km
With a pretty, historic centre filled with colourfully painted houses, picturesque squares and alleyways, Carole is a great place for a leisurely stroll. There are plenty of bars and restaurants where you can dine al fresco, as well as a fisherman's port, great beaches and a central shopping street.
This popular resort is all about the beach with just over 16km of golden sand, backed by a paved walkway, busy shops and scores of restaurants, cafes and ice-cream parlours. In the evenings the street is pedestrianized and is a great place to go for a walk and shop, or just have a relaxing meal.
Aqualandia Water Park and Jesolandia amusement park offer lots of fun for all ages. Aqualandia is said to be Italy’s number one water park and has one of the tallest water slides in the world. Jesolandia opens at 8 pm so it is a late night amusement park, great for those long summer evenings, with everything from classic children’s rides to high adrenaline roller coasters.
The historic city centre is well worth a visit - criss-crossed by three canals, there are numerous picturesque corners to explore. Take in the main square, cathedral and the famous fish market (on its own little island). It’s a great place to go for a stroll along the narrow cobbled streets and soak up a very special atmosphere.
The Prosecco Wine Route can be found in the rolling hills north of Treviso between the towns of Conegliano (75km) and Valdobbiaden (84km). The route is split into four parts, with the first section from Conegliano to Refrontolo offering a succession of wonderful panoramic views and ending in Molinetto della Croda at the foot of a 12m waterfall.
Events in the Region
The Notte Rosa or Pink Night is known as the summer’s New Year’s Eve party due to being universally enjoyed by everyone in the region. Running up and down the Adriatic Riviera, towns are decked with bright pink lights and decorations to get everybody in the festive spirit. The aim of the festival is to provide a safe and welcoming atmosphere for all.
Boasting fireworks, decorations and floats, this festival brings a riot of colour to Venice every July. Beginning life as a feast to give thanks for the end of the terrible plague of 1576, Festa del Redentore has now become a much more grand affair where Venetians and tourists alike dine on boats and indulge in the array of summer festivities.
One of the most eagerly awaited events of the summer! The 13km stretch of coastline at Cavallino Treporti is lit up by thousands of fireworks launched from 10 'stations', making this the longest firework display in the world. An incredible breathtaking spectacle enjoyed by over 200,000 visitors each year. From Punta Sabbioni to the Cavallino Lighthouse, you can watch the display from the beach, or from the sea on board a boat. It's officially amazing! 2019 date is to be confirmed.
The last Venetian regatta of the season takes place around the island of Burano which you can easily reach from Venice via boat. The event usually begins late in the afternoon - around 4pm. The regatta is visible from land (particularly from the ferry point on Burano), allowing you to take in the wonderful views of gondolas and mascarete with ease. Note: You can easily reach Venice by the ferry from the port of Punta Sabbioni. 2019 date to be confirmed.
Off Parc Activities
If you feel like getting out and about whilst on holiday, the following activities are available in the local area:
|Golf||5 km from site|
|Crazy Golf||12 km from site|
|Fishing||12 km from site|
|Horse Riding||16.6 km from site|
|Karting||20 km from site|
|Boat trips||12 km from site|
|Windsurfing||4.7 km from site|
|Dinghy sailing||9 km from site|
|Kayaking||4.7 km from site|