The soft, silken sand and clear lapping waves of Bibione’s blissful beach attract thousands of travellers every year. Verdant greenery is a stunning addition to Bibione’s picturesque palate of blue and green, amongst which gentle rivers and inviting lagoons reside; the mineral enriched waters that run beneath this stunning scenery are rich with healing properties, and can be enjoyed in the calming Bibione Thermae Spa. The relaxed atmosphere imposed by the town’s picturesque perimeter makes Bibione a restorative place of respite.
The Bibione Lighthouse is undoubtedly the resort’s most iconic landmark and a glittering white structure that enhances the landscape’s coastal splendour; surrounded by ancient Mediterranean plants and colourful orchids, the lighthouse is an arresting vision of beauty.
Sample the bounteous produce of the Lison Pramaggoire vineyards, tasting the locally fermented wine and enjoying panoramic vistas of undulating hills bursting with juicy bounty.
The magnificent mouth of the Taglianento River lies a few miles from Bibione’s town centre, and is steeped in the historical heritage of the fisherman. Casonis, the simple and sturdy dwellings of the ancient fishermen, pepper the beautiful banks and give insight into bygone times. Guided tours take travellers into the interior of the houses and expose the intricate links between humans and nature. Stay on the lagoon for sunset to enjoy a venerable vision of natural splendour.
Bibione is Italy’s culinary capital of white asparagus therefore boasts many restaurant dedicated to preparing and presenting this delicate vegetable in the finest manner. Combine two local specialities with a visit to Ristorante Apollo Pizzeria, an ambient and rustic restaurant that serves authentic Italian cuisine; sample the smoky flavours of a wood fired pizza or opt for some simple and sumptuous seafood freshly caught from the ocean.(Via Perseo, 56, 30020 Bibione VE)