PORTS OF JESOLO
Jesolo developed between the mouth of the Sile and Piave rivers. One of the most suggestive ways to reach the town is to do so through the waterways: as seen in the section dedicated to river tourism, starting from the Po Valley you can get to Jesolo and then to the Adriatic Sea.
The city is ideally located in the Upper Adriatic, the perfect starting point to reach Venice and the Dalmatian coast. Jesolo has several ports: the main one is the Tourist Port, an exclusive and modern environment at the mouth of the Sile; the Marina di Cortellazzo, which is located at the mouth of the Piave, allows you to reach the Laguna del Mort, one of the most evocative places in the area, in a few minutes. Finally, the Michelangelo Harbour Club, located inside the Residence Michelangelo, an exclusive and elegant location.
The docks of the ports allow you to enjoy your holiday in complete tranquility, thanks to the numerous services offered to its guests, including 24-hour boat surveillance, mooring assistance and the opportunity to enjoy the freshest catch of the day in the restaurants of the area, which combine the quality of the ingredients with the typical Venetian welcome.
Restaurant of the Jesolo Tourist Port: it is located right at the entrance to the Marina, has a large parking area and is also accessible to the public outside (therefore not only to guests of the Port). The restaurant is open every day from the early hours of the morning. The menu is extremely refined and offers typical seafood specialties, enriched by the chef’s imagination. From appetizers to main courses, passing through the raw dishes: the offer dedicated to the customer is enriched with the catch of the day. A menu for everyone, with attention also to meat and “child’s reach” culinary ideas. The restaurant offers an on board catering service to the guests of the Marina.
Michelangelo Restaurant: it is the restaurant of the Marina di Cortellazzo Michlelangelo Yacting Club, an elegant and refined environment, which reflects the passion and creativity of the staff and its chef. The design and exclusive details of the recently renovated restaurant and the suggestive location make the atmosphere of the restaurant absolutely unique.
Tino Vettorello, Michelangelo’s chef, is famous for having been in charge of the catering areas of major events for many years, such as the Venice Film Festival, the Vancouver and Sochi 2010 and 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
The chef conveys the love for his cuisine, especially the Venetian one, in Michelangelo’s dishes, using fresh and genuine ingredients and focusing on the quality of raw materials. The fully open kitchen allows you to follow the processing of the dishes step by step, to experience live an “experience in experience”, observing a world-renowned chef at work.