The finishing touch of a perfect vacation in Bibione
What’s a stay in Bibione without a boat tour to Venice, to the lagoon, to Caorle or to Lignano? Of course there’s plenty to go around in Bibione, but not considering the possibility of a boat trip will leave you the annoying feeling you vacation on the Adriatic coastline is not complete. So, why not take the opportunity and visit Venice or the neighboring destinations by boat?
Plus, keep in mind most hotels and camping sites in Bibione (those part of ABA, Associazione Albergatori di Bibione) offer information on the boat tours available throughout the tourist season. It’s one of their ways of welcoming guests and showing the tourist resourcefulness of the island.
Want to visit Venice? Or, better yet, you want to head for Trieste? Your vacation on the Adriatic coastline should not be confined to Bibione. Try Motonave Fenice Costa Adriatica. Their regular trips from Bibione allow you to explore Venice at large and to get to know the Caorle Lagoon. Check schedules and prices, and see if their offers are a match for your vacation agenda! In all likelihood, that will be an “yes”.
This is a choice you want to consider if you envisage a fun-packed boat tour full of character. Captain Igloo is no stranger to the surroundings of Bibione, and he knows how to entertain his guests. As if clipped from a pirate story, he is a man of the sea who knows his way around the island.
His offers: trips to the lagoon and on the Tagliamento River. Plus, he organizes fishing trips to the sea. He’s not hard to find: departures are from Ristorante ai Casoni, near Portobaseleghe, in Pineda. Check his offers here and, if you prefer, do negotiate!
Pineda marks the westernmost area of Bibione. This is where Portobaseleghe is located. The beach has a free area you can access without ticket.
Valgrande and Vallesina spread on some 475 hectares. Ancient fishing valleys, they are now recognized as to their environmental importance.
Centro Sportivo Polivalente is your best bet if you want to practice a bit of everything: from tennis to volleyball, basketball to football.