We rent our apartment in Jesolo, near Venice for short weekly stays all year round. The apartment is suitable for 4/5 people and has been newly restored, with air conditioning (on demand) , TV-SAT, hair dryer, iron,cooking stoves and coffee maker.Service of bedding and towels at request eur 12 per person).Very well lighted, with a wide terrace, at only 50 mt from the beach. It’s very easy to reach Venice by the motorboat from Punta Sabbioni to S.Marcus Sq. in the heart of Venice. During the beach season, it’s included in the price the Sunshade and two deck chairs On the beach.. For further details about the apartment and the way to book them please visit our private web site: ask us the URL with an e-mail message clicking on then blue button and then the 'Send booking enquiry' link below, or search by means of google searching engine with the world : Cà Venezia Apartments in Jesolo Lido.
How to arrive in Venice: Jesolo represents the ideal starting point to visit the three Venetian regions and, obviously, Venice is the most important destination for almost everybody. There are three possible ways to reach Venice, each one of them with a different charm and interest. The quickest way, made so by the direct transport link from Jesolo, is Punta Sabbioni, very last bit of land that enclose the lagoon,from where, in only 40 minutes on a public motor-ship or motor-boat, you get straight to Piazza S. Marco, saving 30 minutes walk; that much it would, in fact, take you were you to walk from the S. Lucia station. On the other hand this is the original entrance to Venice, the one that was once used by the big galleons of the Republic. Venice may be reached through yet another lagoon route on public boats, namely the one that departs from Treporti, still in the Cavallino peninsula, which enables you to get to Venice, in around one hour, doubling the well known isles of Burano, Torcello and Murano.
Near the Brenta's Villas: The Venetian countryside areas are spangled by ancient villas that were built on the XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries by rich people from Venice as their summer places of abode. They are witnesses to one of the most civilised ways of life of the Renaissance period and among these villas are some of the greatest works of art belonging to the Italian architecture. The most famous are, most certainly, Palladio's, like for example the Malcontenta, near Venice, and Maser, in the Treviso area, both of them are open to the public. Along the Riviera del Brenta, which connects the lagoon to Padua, an incredible collection of these villas from different ages can be admired, among these is the one of Stra, built in '700 as the Doge's residence.