A quick ferry ride from Venice leads to Lido, a slender island with nearly six miles of sandy beaches facing the Adriatic Sea.
Now home to a small year-round population of mostly moderate- to high-income families, this usually quiet neighborhood is transformed in the summer to a hopping seaside resort with a lively community of shops, eateries, gelaterias, and bars that cater to the season’s international crowd.
The summer nightlife centers on the Aurora Beach Club, an open-air disco that doubles as a relaxed beach bar and lounge by day.
Lido’s luxury hotels also host all the VIPs and the society crowd that show up for September’s renowned Venice Film Festival.
Party Earth Review Though Venice itself is built right on the water, swimming is not an option in the canals or lagoon. Luckily, a short ferry ride will take sunbathers to Lido, an island that forms part ... more
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Party Earth Review Arguably the best summer nightspot in Venice, Aurora Beach Club is a lively music club right on the beach in Lido that brings a much-needed club energy to the lagoon during the warmer ... more
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