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Venice Lido

Delimited by the ports of San Nicolò and Malamocco, it is connected to the mainland with the waterbus line and ferryboats for the transport of vehicles, being one of the few islands in the lagoon on which there are carriage roads.

The architecture is rich in Liberty-style buildings and green parks. Above all, Lido owes its fame to the natural dunes of fine, golden sand and the clean, calm water of its beaches, thanks to the protection of the two outer breakwaters of San Nicolò (to the north) and that of Alberoni (to the south) and of the many other dams that depart from the shore into the sea.

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Every year, at the end of August, the Lido Film Festival, the oldest such event in the world and one of the ‘Big Three’ along with Cannes and Berlin, takes place on the main sea-facing esplanade, where the grand Palazzo del Cinema is located and where official competition screenings are held.

The Lido is easily accessible from hotel by vaporetto that will take you there from Sant’Elena in only ten minutes to the home of the Venice International Film Festival.

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