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Lido delle Nazioni

Once upon a time this Lido was nothing but an expanse of sand and sea and was called Pialazza, or "Pialassa", a term that indicated the wind, often present in this area, that "pia"(grabs) e "lassa"(leaves).

Nowadays Lido delle Nazioni is a place full of entertainment and leisure facilities, with wide boulevards, shops and restaurants. Suitable especially for young people, there is a discotheque, and, for sports lovers, all-weather soccer fields and a sailing school (located in the nearby Lake delle Nazioni), where you can go canoeing, rowing and water skiing.

There are also two riding stables where you can ride Camargue-Delta horses.

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History and facts
History and facts
They say that Giuseppe Garibaldi landed here on August 3rd 1849, in the “Pialazza” or “Pialassa”, name that comes from a wind called “pia e lassa” (grabs and leaves...
What to visit
What to visit
In Lido delle Nazioni you can visit the cabin where Giuseppe Garibaldi stayed, as a fugitive, on 3rd August 1849 with dying Anita. You can also go through the Acciaioli, a scenic street where ...
How to get to Lido delle Nazioni
How to get to Lido delle Nazioni
Starting from north, Lido delle Nazioni is the second of the Lidi di Comacchio. You can reach it in several ways: By car.  From Milan: Take the motorway A1, exit at Bologna and then tak...

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