Bibione in Italy is a lovely tourist resort, overlooking the Adriatic Sea, midway between beautiful Venice and mitteleuropean Trieste. Bibione has become a popular resort since the ‘50s for its long beach with soft sand. The town has one of the biggest beaches in Italy. It is also a very active beach – an 8-kilometer wide stretch of endless sun umbrellas, sports and sailing. Its family-friendly atmosphere makes it popular in summer. There are even sporting clubs and organized activities for kids of all ages.
Where to stay in Bibione?
Apartments in different sizes would be ideal for travellers with children – each with a kitchenette, living room, microwave, dishwater and coffee maker. Every residence has also a private bathroom, spacious terrace, beachside services, access to Wi-Fi and a parking space.
There are also a lot of hotels or houses to rent for at least a week.
What to do in Bibione?
Bibione Thermae is a seafront spa. It is known for its healing qualities. The temperature of the baths is on average of 52°C (125°F). Bibione Thermae has a lot of treatments, beauty services and day packages for adults and children. There are many specialized treatments such as whirlpool sessions, mud baths and thermal hydrotherapy.
Taygor Reptiles is a place where you can admire different species of reptiles and fish. Within the exhibition you can see: snakes including a python, rattlesnake, cobra, fish and even a crocodile.
There are several windsurf schools and swimming schools in Bibione where children and adults can learn swimming, windsurf, sailing, canoe and stand-up paddle.
Luna Park Adriatico is an attraction for young and old. The Lunapark is open for the whole season und it is located at the bus station with sufficient parking spaces. There are several carousels and another 65 leisure magnets. It is one of the most important adventure parks in Italy.
You will not purchase really upmarket goods there. There are almost a cheap category of goods. There is a flea market once a week, in the district of Spiaggia, where you can find basically anything you need – from household items to accessories, fresh products and clothing. Vendors come from towns nearby, which means you’ll be purchasing items at cheaper prices than at supermarkets and boutiques.
When in Bibione, then try Italian cuisine, for example, pizza, ice cream, sea food, fish, pasta, gnocchi, carpaccio or arancini. For instance, arancini are crispy rice balls which are fried and filled with peas, mozzarella, sausages. This dish is widely used in Sicilian cuisine.
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