Top 9 Beaches

Top 9 Beaches in Venice - 2023

Taking a walk down an endless beach while gazing at the sunset over the turquoise waters is an excellent way to spend an evening. Feel the vastness of nature with the breeze on your face and sand at your feet.
Updated Oct 2023
  • No.1
    346 Reviews
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    "Burano Island, also known as Color Island, is one of the Venice punching spots. The ferry is the only means to reach the transportation. Of course, I like the colored houses here before I am attracted to punch in. One thing to pay special attention to is that the bathroom on the island needs to be paid, and the number is not much. There is a place near the pier that is guarded. There are not many restaurants on the island. It is recommended to bring some snacks to the island. There is no ticket inspector on the boat. There is an entry gate on the island. Although the fare is a bit cold and expensive, the food is available for this tour."
    9.3km from downtown
    Highlights: If you visit Venice, in addition to experiencing the can't-miss gondola, you must not miss the famous color island of Burano. Burano is a fairy tale dream. There are colorful little houses everywhere, which are more and more colorful under the reflection of the blue sky. If you want to know what is worth taking away, then you must go to the island of St. Martin In the square, here you will find all kinds of lace products that are abundant on the island, from baby shoes and socks to household items, everything is dazzling. In Venice, no matter what you buy to accompany you home, you will bring back an unforgettable memory with Venice.
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  • No.2
    182 Reviews
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    "Visit Murano for the glass blowing demonstration on how they make the world famous glass pieces that were sold all over the world historically."
    3.5km from downtown
    Highlights: If you visit Venice, in addition to experiencing the unmissable gondola, you must not miss the famous glass island of Murano. The glazed products produced by Murano perfectly integrate the history of alchemy, the extremely complex production process, the inheritance of Italian handicrafts and the exquisite design. In Venice, no matter what you buy to accompany you home, you will bring back an unforgettable memory with Venice.
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  • No.3
    116 Reviews
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    "It is also a place for the famous Venice Film Festival, Lido Island is also a very good tourist island in Venice, the scenery here is also very beautiful, many facilities and businesses can slowly enjoy and taste."
    6.9km from downtown
    Highlights: Lido Island is located in the east of Venice. This 18-kilometer-long sandbar island is Venice's natural breakwater and city walls, and it is also a popular local holiday destination today. Lido Island has been a trendy seaside resort since the end of the 9th century. The Nobel Prize winner and German writer Thomas Mann described its glorious period in the novel "Death in Venice", and the annual well-known Venice Film Festival is held here. There are many water buses to Lido Island in the center of Venice, and the transportation is very convenient. Lido Island is small, and a walking tour is a great way to experience the island's laid-back vibe. From May to October every year, the climate is warm and pleasant, which is the best time to visit Lido Island. Among them, the end of August and the beginning of September during the Venice Film Festival are the peak season for tourism to Lido Island.
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  • No.4
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    10.5km from downtown
  • No.5
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    6.2km from downtown
  • No.6
    46 Reviews
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    "The island is beautiful. There are not many activities to do but it is still worth a visit for the scenery of the lagoon. There are beautiful churches and museums on the island. We love the water bus tour here, it is so beautiful."
    9.9km from downtown
    Highlights: Torceno Island is one of the birthplaces of Venice’s history and civilization. Today, it is one of the lonelier islands in Venice, but from the churches left on the island, you can still see the prosperity of the past. The famous American writer Ernest Hemingway once lived on the island in 1948. There are two main attractions on the island, one is Asenta Church and the other is St. Fusca Church. The end of summer is a time when many tourists are in Venice. If you want to avoid the crowds, there are still many places to go. Taking a boat from FondamenteNove or SanZaccharia to Torcello Island is a very good choice, be sure to give yourself Set aside some time to enjoy the island walk. This peaceful green field was established in the 5th and 6th centuries and is the oldest building claimed by Laguna. The church of Santa Maria Dell'Assunta was discovered in 639 BC, and there are many interesting mosaics to admire. Santa Fosca Church Santa Fosca was built at the end of the 11th century, a mixture of late Byzantine and Venetian Romanesque architecture, is one of the churches that can represent Venice. The church was originally built for the burial of martyrs, and the octagon that surrounds the colonnade of the church building is rare.
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  • No.7
    38 Reviews
    "Judeka Island is also a very unique small island, the whole island is also very important to visit a good place, here on the island can also see a lot of interesting fun, the structure of the island is also quite good, very suitable for visiting."
    2.1km from downtown
    Highlights: is an island in the Venetian Lagoon in northern Italy. It is part of the Dorsoduro district.
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  • No.8
    40 Reviews
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    "St. Michel is a small, square island surrounded by a red wall, which is actually a public cemetery in Venice. The island of Venice is already crowded, and the dead can no longer compete with the living, so the dead are buried on the island of St. Michel outside the island. The cemetery also divides different cemeteries according to Judaism, Catholicism, Christianity, and Orthodox Church."
    2.5km from downtown
    Highlights: The island of San Michele is located between the main island of Venice and the island of glass. It is also called the island of the cemetery. It is essentially a cemetery. It may be for this reason that, despite its close proximity to the main island, it is still rarely visited. However, the tombstones in these cemeteries have their own characteristics, and some of them can be viewed directly as sculptures, so if you like quietness and are interested in sculptures, you might as well stop and take a look when you go to the glass island!
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  • No.9
    14 Reviews
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    "The buildings on the island are very beautiful, it feels like a small farmer's house, but the colors are very bright, and the shape of the house is also very strange. The shape of each family's house is different, and it feels like I have come to the fairy tale kingdom."
    4.8km from downtown
    Highlights: San Lazzaro is a small island in the Venetian Lagoon, southeast of Venice. From 1789 until the beginning of the 20th century, it was the main center of Armenian printing. The island is famous for the Armenian diaspora. The monastery of San Lazaro has a large collection of books, periodicals, crafts and Armenian manuscripts. The charming architecture of the island, the beautiful stained glass windows, and the fresh smell of the sea are all amazing.
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What are some Beaches in Venice?
Some Beaches in Venice include:Burano|Murano Island|Lido di Venezia|Bagni Alberoni|Pachuka Beach
What are some highly-rated Beaches in Venice?
Some highly-rated Beaches in Venice include:Burano:4.7|Murano Island:4.4|Lido di Venezia:4.5|Torcello:4.3|La Giudecca:4.4
At what locations in Venice can Beaches in Venice be found?
The Beaches in Venice are mainly located in:Burano:Venice|Murano Island:Murano|Lido di Venezia:Venice-Lido|Bagni Alberoni:Venice|Pachuka Beach:Venice