A world rich in nature

If you really want to get to know somewhere properly, you need to look down on it from above.

Imagine if you could follow the green banks of the meandering Tagliamento River downstream from the inland areas, soaring over the crops in the fields with your wings spread and the fresh smell of the sea breeze in the air.

Then imagine turning suddenly and finding yourself in a borderland, between fields, the sea and the lagoon. The deep tones of the water become clearer and clearer, until they flow into the dark and light blue shades of the open sea.

Continue along the coast, above the umbrellas and the buildings that look out over the beach. You’ll see just how much space there is in Bibione, meaning that there’s plenty of room not only to sunbathe but also to play and take part in all sorts of sports.

When you’re flying on high, you’ll see that there’s much more to Bibione than apartments, hotels and the facilities on the beach. It’s also home to a host of natural wonders, lagoons, canals and pine woods that help to make holidays here truly original.

Places like this – where the land meets the sea and salt water mixes with fresh water – are rich in diversity and delightful details that visitors can discover simply by taking a stroll.

Let’s carry on flying and let a thermal lift us up even higher so that we can see the whole of the gulf around Bibione. Few people remember nowadays, but the resort looks out over a huge bay that is named the “Gulf of Venice” after the republic that once reigned supreme in the Adriatic Sea.

You’d have to fly very high to see the ancient city from here, but it really isn’t that far away. I’ve flown over the Venetian Lagoon, which is the biggest in Europe. It has a lot in common with the ones inshore from Bibione.

As I said, there’s much more to Bibione than the huge beach and it has plenty of surprises in store. You just need to open your eyes a little and embrace its marvels, which are all close at hand.

If you’re wondering how to get a glimpse of all this from above, I’ve got a secret to tell you: you won’t need any magic tricks and you don’t have to turn into a bird of prey like me. You can enjoy the strange but safe experience of flying with the help of a boat!

That might sound odd, but I see people doing it every day in the summer. I’m not sure exactly how it works because they don’t flap their wings like me, but it seems like an amazing way to see Bibione from above and start looking around the pine woods, river banks and cycle paths. It’ll make you realize how special this place is and how much it has to offer, whether you’re in the air or on the ground.