Bed & Breakfast in Veneto, Italy
Veneto offers amazing year-round holiday experiences, coupling overwhelming natural wealth and unique historic and cultural heritage. Veneto boasts 100 km of beaches and some of the cleanest sea waters in the Mediterranean, offering everything from surfing and sailing to diving. Sea resorts like Jesolo, Caorle, Bibione, Eraclea, Sottomarina, Albarella, Barricata, Venice Lido, Caballino, Rosolina are some of the most visited in the world. The mountain and ski resorts of Veneto from the Dolomites to the Lessinia (Alleghe, Cortina d'Ampezzo, The Tre Valli Ski Area (Falcade), Civetta, Arabba and Marmolada, Auronzo Misurina, Comelico Sappada, Asiago, Monte Baldo) are perfect for hiking, trekking, mountain biking, fishing, rafting, skiing. The unique area of Lake Garda - Riviera degli Olivi - combines ancient history with stunningly beautiful nature and excellent facilities for outdoor sports and recreation. Veneto also has several ancient thermal and spa resorts such as Galzignano Terme, Montegrotto Terme, Battaglia Terme, Abano Terme. Staying at a bed and breakfast in Veneto is a lovely way to enjoy a memorable holiday in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Veneto B&Bs reflect the unique features of the region and are an inseparable part of the amazing experience called a holiday in Veneto. A bed and breakfast in Veneto is most likely to be found in Mediterranean villas along the sea coast, cottages in the Dolomites and Lessinia, stone farms in the countryside, charming lake houses and elegant mansions, private apartments. However, it is not only nature that attracts millions of visitors. Veneto is one of the most famous arts and cultural centers in the world. Its heritage dates back from the Etruscans (Adria, Asolo, Malcesine) and Romans (mostly observed in Verona, Murano, Concordia Sagittaria) to result in stunning pieces of ancient, medieval and Renaissance art and architecture. Most of Veneto towns are an intriguing mixture of Romanesque, Venetian-Gothic and Renaissance landmarks. Some of the most noteworthy are Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso, Garda, Belluno, Feltre, Bassano del Grappa, Peschiera del Garda, Rovigo, Asolo, Castelfranco Veneto, Mestre, Chioggia, Malcesine, Portogruaro, Agugliaro, Schio, Monselice.