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Bibione, Italy

 Bibione is located in a vast pinewood and has a beach of unparalleled proportions. Bibione developed as holiday resort in the sixities, although archaeological discoveries show that there was already a settlement here in Roman times.

Bibione beach has won a name for itself thanks to the lienght and wdth of tis dandy shores on which the sun shines from dawn the dusk. The beaches are full of orderly, colourful rows of sun shades. It offers safe cycle routes, a splendid sea front and a variety of sporting facilities that make it the ideal place for different activities.

Its new Bibione Thermae Spa (recognized by the Italian National Health Service) exploits the alkaline bicarbonate-sodiumfluorate waters that gush out at 52° C and offers mud treatment, bathing therapy, inhalation therapy, and physiokinesis therapy; there is also a well equipped gymnasiums as well as a spa park overlooking the sea with covered thermal and open air swimming pools.

The area around Bibione boasts nice historical towns as Portogruaro and Concordia Sagittaria, as well as natural itineraries around the typical farming flatland crossed by river canals and lagoons. Also do not miss the interesting routes across the renowned wine growing area of Lison-Pramaggiore.

Portogruaro is a Medieval and Renaissance town. It has the river Lemene weaving through, which at every turn offers incredibly beautiful views.

The heart of the city is Piazza della Repubblica with its Town Hall, that is considered to be the finest Medieval building in Portogruaro. Some of the buildings overlooking the two main streets have porticoes and are magnificient examples of Italian and Venetian Gothic style from the 14th and 15th centuries.
Portogruaro has an interesting archeological museum (Museo Nazionale Concordiense). The Renaissance Villa Marzotto is also worth a visit: amid a beautiful park, it houses the M. Gortani Paleontological Museum.

It contains many exhibits, coming from the neighbouring Concordia Saggittaria. About 3 km south of Portogruaro, Concordia was a Roman settlement and boasts a nice Archeological museum and an ancient cathedral with its Byzantine baptistery and old Roman remains.

Contents and images are courtesy of APT Bibione e Caorle


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