This spacious fully furnished studio , located in a quiet area in the urbanization Eurotel, is part of a building built in the '60s, whose original destination for luxury hotel still lingers in the spacious living rooms , furnishings and terraces.
Located in one of the quietest areas of Venice Lido , it allows , thanks to its sheltered terrace overlooking the sea , to rest in the sun during the day and in the evening to enjoy the sound and sight of the sea of Lido di Venezia , one of the most known in the literature 800.
The apartment, facing the sea, is on the 3rd floor with lift , air-conditioned hot / cold, consists of:
The entrance hall, living room with retractable wall units , small kitchen, bathroom and terrace with sea views. 2 foldaway beds and a sofa bed, air conditioning and TV.
IT is ideal for a couple with a child .
The large communal terrace with sea view is very pleasant in the evening to enjoy the sea view .
Parking inside the park and parking spaces are available in the complex and parking lots in the immediate vicinity . The beach has an agreement with disabled access.
All around, a few tens of meters, there are all kinds of shops and services.
The stop of the bus is a few meters and leads to the waterbus (vaporetto) that leads to Venice in a few minutes (15 min. S. Marco)
The apt is 5 min far from the " Venice Film Festival "
And 10 min from the golf course, and can also rent bicycles to move along the island of Lido di Venezia.
At your arrival, we will meet you at your apartment with your keys and orient you with the apartment.
Any changes to the time of arrival shall be communicated in the reservation. Before your arrival it is important that you inform us about your arrival time. As we are not at the apartment it is very important that we know the time. Otherwise you have to wait for us.
Generally speaking arrival is between 2.00 p.m. and 7.00 pm. (after 7 pm, Sunday and bank holiday extra charge 25 euro, after 10 pm. extra charge 50 euro). We do not accept arrivals from 12 pm and 8 am.
The house should be vacated no later than 10 a.m. on the departure day.
Interaction with guests
The area is well served by public transport.
For those arriving from M.Polo Venice airport: Public transport boats Alilaguna Rossa (red line) you need get off directly at the Santa Maria Elisabetta stop. It takes about 55 minutes to get to Lido. These boats operate directly from the airport with a drop off in central points of Venice including Lido. They leave every hour or so. The price is 13 euros including luggage. Then take the urban bus A or C, and get of at the “v.Sandro Gallo - Piazzale Torta”, our meetng point.
From the Train Station: In front of the the railway station are all the boat stops run by the ACTV. Taking the boat line 1(black line), and arrive at the Santa Maria Elisabetta stop (30-35 minutes). Than take the urban bus line A or C, and get of at the “v.Sandro Gallo - Piazzale Torta”, our meetng point.
For those arriving by car: Lido is one of the easier places to get to by car in Venice. Cars need to cross the long Bridge of the Libertà before arriving in Piazzale Roma, the last piece of mainland after which lies Venice proper. Piazzle Roma is one big parking where tourists must leave their cars before entering Venice. There are few different parking lots with daily or parking by the hour. The cheapest is the Tronchetto. Turn right immediately after having crossed the Libertà bridge. If you want to take your car to Lido, there is the car ferry, called the Ferry Boat that leaves directly from the Tronchetto.
Other things to note
The Lido island is home to three settlements. The Lido itself, in the north, is home to the Film Festival, the Grand Hotel des Bains, the Venice Casino and the Grand Hotel Excelsior. Malamocco, in the centre, was the first and, for a long time, the only settlement. It was at one time home to the Doge of Venice. Alberoni at the southern end is home to the golf course. Frequent public buses run the length of the island along the main street.
At least half the Adriatic side of the island is a sandy beach, much of it belonging to the various hotels that house the summer tourists. These include the renowned Excelsior and the Des Bains, setting for Thomas Mann's classic novel Death in Venice. These beaches are private, though towards the northern and southern ends of the island there are two enormous public beaches. The Adriatic Sea is fairly clean and warm, ideal for children, with only the occasional jellyfish to disturb swimming.
The heart of the island is the Gran Viale Santa Maria Elisabetta, a wide street approximately 700 m long that leads from the lagoon and vaporetto (water bus) stop on one side across to the sea on the other. It houses hotels, shops, and tourist-centric restaurants.
Venezia Lido, a public airport suitable for smaller aircraft, is found on the NE end of Lido di Venezia. It has a 1000 m grass runway
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