Boat Rental and Yacht Charter in Jesolo

Explore Italy's vibrant beach resort of Jesolo, where golden sands and Adriatic wonders invite. Sail with a knowledgeable guide to uncover lively promenades, hidden lagoons, and the festive spirit of Venetian coast.

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Sailing in Jesolo

Rent a boat in Jesolo, a lovely seaside town in the municipality of Venice and one of the most popular seaside resort towns in all of Italy. Long stretches of soft sand, wonderful blue water and beautiful resorts lining the seaside make Jesolo the perfect place for a relaxing boat holiday in Italy. If you get tired of relaxing too much on the beach or on deck your boat rental, you can always head to Venice and get your history fix.

Things to do and see when sailing in Jesolo

Jesolo might just seem like yet another beach resort town, where you get to relax on the beach or on board a boat all day, but the town has so much more to offer. There is plenty to do. From fun activities over interesting museums to stunning nature - this seaside town in Northern Italy has it all.

Activities in Jesolo

  • Plan a day trip to Venice and visit the city’s most impressive historical landmarks, including Ponte di Rialto, Campo Sant'Angelo and Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo
  • Relax on Lido Jesolo Beach, a 15 km long stretch of sand where you can enjoy the sun and swim in the water while lying in close proximity to many restaurants, bars and fun parks
  • Stop by Piazza Mazzini in the evenings: No town in Italy would be complete without a buzzing piazza where locals and tourists alike meet for a gelato, fun activities or simply for a chat. The summers are particularly busy and a carousel in the centre of the square makes every child’s heart beat faster. If you come here in the winter you get to stroll around the Christmas market
  • Go on the Ferris wheel in Piazza Brescia to admire the stunning view of Jesolo
  • Not just a fun day out for the children: Caribe Bay is an amazing water theme park where children and adults alike will have a fun day out
  • Charter a boat in Jesolo to discover Laguna Veneta and the Northern part of the Adriatic sea
  • Cycling has become one of the most popular activities in Jesolo and there are many beautiful tracks to discover the area
  • Visit the “Vidotto” Military History Museum in Jesolo to learn more about the First World War and to see some original objects from this period
  • Learn more about the human body, math, electricity, etc in the “Fabbrica della Scienza” or Science Factory. It is a fantastic and interactive way to get children as well as adults interested in learning more about the world around us and perhaps to see it with different eyes
  • Head to Scogliera Viva to enjoy the scenic views over the Adriatic sea
  • Sail to the little island of Murano which is famous for its colorful houses and its glass production

Beaches in Jesolo

  • Lido Jesolo Beach: The town’s beach is regularly rewarded with the Blue Flag, a symbol for the environmental efforts of keeping the beach clean, tidy and safe. This beach is also the perfect place for families
  • Spiaggia del Mort: This rather remote beach can be reached by boat or a walk through the forest. It’s a quiet oasis away from the touristy crowds in Jesolo

Restaurants in Jesolo

Casual dining in Jesolo:

  • Casablanca Ristorante Pizzeria: Grab a pizza or a sandwich for a quick bite to eat in an air conditioned setting
  • Pizzeria Alla Tavernetta: This is the perfect spot to have a delicious pizza in a very relaxed setting

Restaurants with a view in Jesolo:

  • Cavallino Treporti: Located right on the beach, this is the perfect spot to grab a quick bite to eat. Pizza and french fries are a staple here

Fine dining in Jesolo:

  • Venissa: Located on Isola Mazzorbo, this Michelin star restaurant is perfect for a fine dining experience near Jesolo and away from the crowds. Surrounded by historic buildings as well as a vegetable garden where the restaurant sources most of its vegetables and a vineyard, it will be a truly magical experience to dine in this scenic spot
  • GJV Restaurant: Enjoy a fabulous fish dinner accompanied by a fine wine in this elegant restaurant

Bars and Clubs in Jesolo

  • Capannina Beach: This beach club is perfect for a fun night out dancing or sipping on a refreshing cocktail right on the beach
  • ChioscoFaro Jesolo: Right in front of the beach, live music on Saturdays and refreshing drinks. What more could you ask for on a relaxing vacation in Jesolo?
  • Il Muretto is one of Italy’s oldest discos and many world famous DJs come to play here

Explore historical Jesolo

Although the history of Jesolo dates back to the fall of the Roman empire, the town itself might not be the best place for history lovers to visit. Yes, there is the “Vidotto” Military History Museum which offers many insights into the first world war that you might not get to see anywhere else, but you won’t find the impressive ancient Roman ruins or other historical buildings like in other parts of Italy. If you want to discover the most interesting historical sites of the area, you should definitely visit Venice, one of Italy’s most ravishing cities. You can learn a lot about the history in one of the many museums, walk around the historic streets and see people dressed as characters of the 17th/18th century. If you don’t want to go too far away from Jesolo, you can always visit places like Casa Pesaro, which is also great if you want to take a walk in nature away from the crowds.

The Bunker della Prima Guerra Mondiale, a bunker from the first world war, is also an interesting historical site to visit to learn more about the history of the area during this period in time.

Sailing conditions in Jesolo

It can get very hot in the summer, so make sure to bring enough sunscreen for protection. The summer months June, July and August are particularly popular among tourists, so be prepared to share the beach with plenty of other travelers. Water temperatures are also very pleasant in the summer. As the summers can be quite busy, expect lots of traffic on the roads and on the waterways.

Winters can become quite cold in this part of Italy, so be prepared to bring some warm clothes when coming here during this time. If you decide to come here in the winter, you have to share all the space with fewer tourists and get to see the lovely Christmas market.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Jesolo?

Renting a boat in Jesolo doesn’t have to be expensive. As many of the boats you can charter in this part of Italy are mainly day charters you can always find a good deal. On average it costs only 40 EUR per person per day to rent a RIB in Italy. Renting a speedboat in Italy costs 70 EUR per person per day on average. Prices can vary depending on the season, the amount of people traveling, the size and age of the boat. If you don’t want to sail your boat rental yourself, you can always hire a skipper in addition to your bareboat charter. This will cost you extra, but you can lean back, relax and let someone else do all the work. After all, you’re on vacation in Jesolo!

What type of boat is best for sailing in Jesolo?

Before you ask yourself about the type of boat you should rent on your sailing holiday in Jesolo, you should wonder about the type of boat holiday you envision. Would you like to sunbathe on deck your boat all day long or would you rather sail out and explore the best of the Italian coast in this part of the Adriatic sea? This will determine the type of boat you should charter in Jesolo.

Rent a speedboat in Jesolo

Pros of renting a speedboat in Jesolo

Charter a speedboat in Jesolo if you want to explore the beaches, bays and canals you can discover in the Venetian Lagoon and the Adriatic sea. Speedboats are perfect for a day trip or a trip that doesn’t last longer than a few days. Due to their speed you can travel to a lot of different places in a relatively short period of time.

Renting a speedboat in Jesolo means that you don’t need to be in possession of a boat license in order to drive it. This makes speedboats the perfect boats even for beginners.

Cons of renting a speedboat in Jesolo

One of the downsides of renting a speedboat in Jesolo is the fact that they are not really made for longer trips. You can rent them for a day or two, but they are not really made for more.

Charter a speedboat in Jesolo

Rent a RIB in Jesolo

Pros of renting a RIB in Jesolo

Rent a RIB in Jesolo if you plan on going on a day trip to one of the nearby beaches or bays, want to discover the picturesque canals in the Venetian Lagoon or go on a trip to the magnificent city of Venice. As they are smaller than other types of boats and therefore more agile, they are perfect for easily getting from beach to beach or island to island.

Chartering a RIB in Jesolo is perfect for anyone who doesn’t have a boat license or previous experience driving a boat. RIBs are easy to maneuver and for getting around. The charter will give you a brief introduction on the most important aspects of the boat and how to navigate it. Then you’re ready to go!

Cons of renting a RIB in Jesolo

One of the downsides of renting a RIB in Jesolo is that they are only made for day trips, not for longer trips as they don’t have any room available for sleeping. So you get to see the beautiful beaches, but can’t continue your journey with the same boat the next day.

RIB rental in Jesolo

What kind of boat license do you need when renting a boat in Jesolo?

Renting a boat in Italy requires you to carry a valid boat license. However, if you only want to rent a RIB or charter a speedboat in Jesolo, you don’t need to have a valid boat license. You can even rent either of these without any previous sailing experience.

Some charters even offer hiring a captain or skipper in addition to your bareboat charter, meaning that you can lean back, relax and let someone else take care of navigating and operating your boat. It is also the perfect choice for anyone who might feel a little anxious about operating a boat by themselves for the very first time.

Sailing routes in Jesolo

There are plenty of locations worth visiting on a day trip from Jesolo by boat - more than the historical center of touristy Venice. Rent a RIB or speedboat in Jesolo and off you go.

Sail from Jesolo to Murano: Visit the beautiful island of Murano by boat. It is the perfect choice for a day trip from Jesolo. Admire the stunning historical housefronts while sailing through the canals and step on the island to get some of the beautiful glass art the island is known for.

Sail from Jesolo to Burano: The island of Burano is just as beautiful as Murano and so worth a day trip from Jesolo. The colorful houses make this a unique location and you should definitely take a lot of pictures to make your friends back home jealous.

Sail from Jesolo to Torcello: While the island of Torcello doesn’t offer as much to see, it is nonetheless worth visiting. It stands as a reminder of Venice’s former wealth and glory and shows what happens to places that were highly praised, but then abandoned and forgotten. You won’t have to deal with the tourist crowds in this part of Venice and can take a relaxing walk along the historical buildings and trees

Sail from Jesolo to San Lazzaro degli Armeni: This square shaped island is worth visiting for the beautiful monastery - basically the only building on the small island.

Sail from Jesolo to Lio Piccolo: Come here to admire the beautiful Palazzo Boldù. If you get hungry, you should stop by Al Notturno to savor some delicious seafood dishes

Sail from Jesolo to Punta Sabbioni: This might not be the most beautiful spot you can visit on a boat vacation in Jesolo, but the views with the lighthouse offer a great contrast to all the history you can admire in Venice. Take in the breathtaking views of the Adriatic sea and feel the wind on your face. Fresh wind always feels amazing and stimulates all your senses.