PWk: Prod, Tlk: GS2, Datacash: Live
A star of the Venetian Riviera since the 1950s, Bibione’s Blue Flag beach unfurls for eight kilometres along Veneto’s Adriatic Sea coast. The resort is well thought out for families, with a fantastic line-up of sports, festivals and fun things to do. Life here surrounds the beach; it’s neatly divided into zones, with beach games and watersports laid out on the clean sands beside lines of colourful sunbeds.
The best way to get around is by bike, with a lovely waterfront cycle track and plenty of parks for kids to cycle in. For some green space, wander out to Lido dei Pini (the lido pine forest), an area thick with fragrant palms that leads to the Tagliamento River and iconic Bibione lighthouse. Bibione has a more relaxed feel than some of the Riviera’s lively party towns, with a concentration of pizzerias, restaurants and handful of bars lining the seafront and pedestrianised main street, Via Orsa Maggiore.