Bibione is a wonderful area to visit. It has a delightful centre full of shops whose streets are lit up by bars and restaurants and animated by strolling crowds, especially near the central Piazza Fontana.
However, the area around Bibione is also interesting to visit and there are various places that you can enjoy. If you’re looking for peace and tranquillity then a walk in the pine forest is perfect. Or why not take a trip to the lighthouse, a characteristic and fascinating building from the early years of the last century, near the estuary of the Tagliamento?
If you want to venture further afield, you can visit one of the nearby boroughs, the cities of art or areas famous for their food and wine. Taste delicious typical products and great wines and purchase them directly from their producers!
You can begin by discovering the nearby town of San Michele al Tagliamento. Bibione is part of the borough of this lovely town, which is of Roman origin and has past Napoleonic influences. You can see the remains of the stately Villa Ivancich, which was bombed during the Second World War and once housed famous guests that included Ernest Hemingway.
On the road to Venice, you’ll come across the lovely town of Portogruaro, which is famous for its porticoes and Sesto al Reghena, with its Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria in Sylvis. Why not explore the beauty of the lagoon along the Veneto coastline? Or cities of art like Trieste and Udine, which are in the nearby region of Friuli Venezia Giulia? The romantic city of Verona (birthplace of Romeo and Juliet) is also in the Veneto region, as are Treviso and Padua.
Last but not least, there is spectacular Venice, a unique and fascinating city on the water where art is part of the very foundations. All this and more awaits you around Bibione!