Bibione, Veneto, Italy

Bibione, Veneto, Italy

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Bibione—the best things come in small packages

It may be small, but Bibione's got big appeal. Despite having a population of only 2,600 people, Bibione's one of Italy's most popular seaside destinations. Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, this charming beach resort has been popular with sun and sand worshippers for more than 50 years. Visitors flocks to Bibione for its wide sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, and its many family-orientated attractions. Situated halfway between Venice and Trieste, a Bibione vacation rental is a perfect base for beach lovers and explorers keen on discovering the Veneto region.

Riding some waves and throwing some shade in Bibione

It's more of a case of what not to do in Bibione than what to do. Water enthusiasts will go absolutely bananas for Bibione's main beach—at 5 miles long and over 400 yards wide, it offers a whole lot of space for surfing, windsurfing, and paragliding. Of course, if you're a bit more laid-back, it makes for the perfect spot to take a warm dip and catch some rays. Bibione town is not short on places to shop and eat, and its numerous nightclubs means party animals won't be stuck for some late night fun.

Splish, splash, splosh—Bibione's watery delights

Bibione's built for fun. Luna Park Adriatico is a popular amusement park that's open throughout summer, while Aquasplash water park is bound to keep the kids, both young and old, entertained for hours. At the Parco Zoo Punta Verde, you'll see exotic animals from all over the world, including lions, tigers, and giraffes. For adults, there's Bibione Thermae spa, where you unwind in the town's natural thermal waters. And if you've booked your Bibione vacation rental in September and have a penchant for wine, there's the Septemberfest wine festival.

Sun, sea, sand, and sunscreen make for a Bibione summer

If you could sum up Bibione's weather in 1 word, it would be pleasant. The town has a humid subtropical climate, which means it experiences very warm summers, but not too hot. From June till August, you'll need to regularly top up on sunscreen as average highs range from the mid-70s to the low 80s. While June does get high temperatures, it's also Bibione's wettest month (it receives 12 days of rain on average), so if you'd rather avoid getting wet, it's best to book your Bibione vacation rental from July onwards.

Vallevecchia—the jewel in the lagoon

While many of Bibione's main attractions are man-made, there are some natural ones too. Bibione lies to the east of the Laguna di Caorle e Bibione, a series of lagoons and a river delta that separates Bibione from the nearby town of Caorle. At the heart of the Laguna di Caorle e Bibione is Vallevecchia, a 2,200-acre island of great ecological importance. Composed of untouched beaches, dunes, pine forests, and marshes, the island shelters a host of plant and animal species, including green frog, collared snake, red heron, coot, dips, owl, and wood pigeon.