Beyond the sand and the sea
A real paradise for those who love the sun and the sea, active holidays, relaxation and fun. For those who love a thousand holidays in one.
The Bibione beach, 8 km long and more than 300 metres wide, offers plenty of room for all lifestyles: there, you can dive into the clear sea or into a good book, take a walk along the foreshore or play a different sport every day, watch over your children while they participate in fun activities or make new friendships by taking part in Latin dancing or fitness sessions: every entertainment activity is free in Bibione.
Inhale the sea!
Bibione was the first beach in Italy to set aside non-smoking areas: from the sea to the first row of beach umbrellas and in the stretch of shore hugging the Lighthouse, smoking is, in fact, prohibited. This applies, then, to all eight kilometres of the foreshore. This measure is mostly intended for the children, who, while playing in the clean sand, can also breath pure and healthy air.
Blue and Green Flags are flying
In May, Bibione and its beach were awarded their 25th Blue Flag and 1st Green Flag. The tourist area was once again recognized for its clean sea and its safe and well-equipped beach. In 2014, its EMAS Environmental Certification was also renewed, a sure sign of sustainable eco-tourism.
PDO Sand: pristine nature from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea
Bibione’s soft sand originated in the Friulian Dolomites and was carried here downstream of the waters of the Tagliamento River. This is why we call it 100% local and, with nothing artificially brought in from other areas, it is completely in harmony with the natural environment and its biodiversity. This is genuine ‘PDO sand’, to be protected and cherished along with the other vital elements that make up the ecosystem in the tourist area.
Services on the Beach
First Aid on the beach
Six first-aid clinics right on the beach are equipped for emergencies with six defibrillators, nursing staff and a dermatologist for the tourists, along with 28 lifeguard stations along the sea, with trained staff holding qualifications in performing rescues and helping swimmers, are the effective, fast and free health offerings that tourists find at Bibione from May to September.
A beach without barriers
Differently abled tourists also get the first beach umbrellas next to the footbridge, where an extra walkway has been added to make movements easier. There are also special chairs (sea wheelchairs) made available free of charge to allow them to reach the sea and bathe in complete safety. Finally, all the sanitary facilities reserved for them are set up with an emergency bell.
Call for assistance with an SMS
Bibione’s beach is always ahead of the rest in the services it offers. It was the first Italian beach to have Customer Service, and it is now also the first to offer SMS services to bring help to your beach umbrella: simply send an SMS to + 39 3220.127.116.11 to request assistance. The tourist will get help – very quickly – from a Customer Service attendant.
Games, activities and sports
Every day, right on the beach, Bibione features a series of programmes for people of all ages: children, teenagers and adults can choose from many fun,free activities organised by our qualified staff, to be enjoyed morning, afternoon and evening. Our little guests get a special bit of attention, as they have waiting for them the Bimbo Village, mini club (6-12 years) and baby club (3-5 years).
A dog-friendly beach
Pluto’s Beach is the part of the shore reserved just for tourists spending their holidays with their four-legged friends. There are beach umbrellas, dog beds, leashes and resfreshing showers for dogs. To use this area, all you need is for your dog to have a leash, a microchip and proof of current vaccinations. Pluto’s Beach is at the far end of Bibione beach.
Everything is right there
Along the entire shoreline of Bibione, tourists have access to Service Islands and facilities that are also accessible to differently abled tourists, equipped with first-aid stations, ticket counters, information desks, beach cabins, showers, toilets and nursery areas for mothers, and bars and restaurants that are open for lunch, snacks and suppers to be enjoyed on the seashore.