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Aqualandia is a true island of entertainment with 26 water attractions including the highest slide in the world and a wave pool with real Caribbean sand inside and outside of the pool. There are several shows and entertainment events, that guarantee fun and laughter for the whole family; from pirates coming ashore to the acrobatic basketball show set in Mayan times, the charming parrot show, to the children's circus school where children can learn the most entertaining juggling skills. Finally, the adventures of Peter Pan and Captain Hook allow children to experience the thrill of back dives (in the arms of the park's divers).

Aqualandia is located just a few kilometres from the hotel and can be easily reached by car or by the shuttle service organised by the park itself.

Tickets can be purchased at a good price in advance at the hotel.

Aqualandia has been awarded the Best Park in Italy no less than seven times.

Cycling tourism

Discovering the region by bike, taking your holiday at a slow, playful and carefree pace; yet another way to experience a Hotel Mariver holiday.

Our coast (an extraordinarily rich land) offers magical corners to nature lovers and those who want to take with them an intense and unique travel experience.

You can follow the gentle flow of the Sile and Piave rivers and their canals, which bathe a typically Venetian countryside, pulled from ancient swamps over the years and now basking in the colours of the typical plantations of our area. You can venture into the lagoon (a UNESCO world heritage site), which boasts an incomparable landscape, natural oases, fishing valleys, ancient rural villages, flamingo colonies and breathtaking sunsets. Retrace also the history from the most ancient beginnings to the history that continues to live in memories of the Great War. The memories and thrills that you will gain from these experiences will stay with you, like little pearls bearing the light and colours of our coastline.

To get the best out of these truly fascinating experiences, we provide equipment and special services to our guests and to cycling tourism fans. These services include:

  • Private parking
  • A secure bike store
  • A bike washing area
  • Equipment for minor maintenance
  • A free laundry service for sportswear
  • A rich breakfast buffet in the morning, a buffet lunch consisting of a wide variety of Mediterranean dishes, served on the poolside terrace, a Cyclist's Lunch for those returning to the hotel in the afternoon outside of mealtimes and dinner in the restaurant with a choice of menus. Personalised menus are available on request.
  • An information point with cycle route maps, specialist magazines and specific information
  • A list of bike shops and nearby mechanics qualified to provide technical assistance
  • WiFi connection
  • Provision of baskets for picnics and snacks
  • Bicycle on hire (cycling tourism bikes)
  • Guides and/ or expert chaperones for the main cycling routes of the area
  • A wellness centre with sauna and Turkish bath
  • Panoramic hydromassage with a view
  • Massages
  • A shuttle service to and from Venice and Treviso airports

Our hotel is a member of the Adria Bike Hotels (ABH) Association, created in 2013 and dedicated to cycling tourism and cycling holidays on the Adriatic coast.

Cycling itineraries can be downloaded from the web page of the association (

Sports activities

Five-a-side football, tennis and basketball

If you want to have some fun with friends, challenging them to a football match, a game of basketball or a tennis match, the well-equipped sports centre New Play Village awaits you. Facilities include all-weather pitches for five-a-side football, lit up for night-time matches, clay and all-weather tennis courts (both covered and uncovered) and basketball courts. Tennis coaches are also available to provide private lessons or courses.

Snack bars at the centre allow you to take time out to relax or get your breath back.

Play Village is located just a few kilometres from our hotel and can be reached by car, bus or using our bicycles which are provided free of charge.

You can book sports pitches/ courts in the hotel at convenient prices or choose from our packages with customized offers.

Sea life

Discovering the seas! Sea Life, an exceptional themed and interactive aquarium; an international attraction, able to welcome thousands of visitors in a city to be enjoyed all year round. A real marine park, equipped with 36 tanks featuring 5000 specimens representing over 100 marine species from the world’s seas: from seahorses to starfishes, from jellyfishes and giant manta rays to the mysterious sharks.

A unique journey that will allow the visitor to discover many environments in an escalation of experiences, also including the culture, values and history of Venice. A long journey from the mountain’s streams to the coasts of the Adriatic and from there to the ocean and the tropical seas, discovering the uncharted underwater world, almost touching it with your hands and passing through it by walking along a long futuristic underwater tunnel. Sea Life, located in the Laguna Shopping Centre, is part of the Merlin Entertainments Group, the leader in Europe, and second in the world, for the number of visitors to its themed amusement parks.

The aquarium is few kilometres away from the hotel ; reductions for the admission are available at the hotel desk.

Venice and the islands

To make your holiday even more special, we recommend a trip to Venice; a lagoon city rich in art, history and culture. It's easy to fall in love with the beauty of this city; just take a walk through its alleys, cross its campielli (squares), peek into its hidden courtyards and let your gaze wander from its shores to the horizon. Then you will forget the passing of time if you indulge yourself in hearing the stories that Venice's palaces, museums and churches tell through stones, paintings and sculptures. In Venice you will fall in love forever.

Venice can be easily reached by land or sea and the journey is enchanting, whichever method you choose. We will provide you with all the necessary information, you have only to get ready to be amazed.

It is worth staying in Jesolo for a few days more to visit the lagoon islands, some of which can be reached by motorboat straight from Punta Sabbioni. All of these islands have their peculiarities, which will stick in your mind for a long time to come.

In a short time you can familiarise yourself with the ancient history of Torcello. This island was originally the domain of fishermen dedicated to collecting salt in Roman times. It then became an important episcopal site in the Middle Age; the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta is, in fact, today a precious testimony of one of the most prosperous centres of the ancient duchy of Venice. The island has just 15 inhabitants and still maintains a special charm; it would really be a shame not to experience it.

It only takes a minute to fall under Burano's spell. This cheerful island, with its typical houses painted in bright colours that only a playful painter could use, welcomes you with the smiles of its famous lacemakers. The women of Burano lovingly pass down the ancient art of lacemaking on bobbins; a craft originated in the 16th Century that has been continuing until today.

Sometimes you may also have the chance to see enthusiasts standing on gondolas and paddling them with two oars in the waters surrounding the island. Most probably, these are rowers from the Regatta of Burano, training for the race which takes place in September (third Sunday of the month). This event is the hotly awaited rematch of The Historical Regatta of Venice that finishes just two weeks beforehand.

Under no circumstances you can leave the island without trying a bussolà; a typical ring-shaped biscuit with a simple yet tantalising flavour.

Venice is also famous for its blown glass industry. Since 1291, the production site of blown glass has been the island of Murano after the Maggior Consiglio (Great Council) banned production within the city of Venice for safety reasons (risk of fire). The furnaces therefore moved to the nearby island of Murano which became the only place authorised to produce glass in all the regions of the Republic. The art was passed down over the centuries from fathers to sons, so much so that today it is still possible to see a master craftsman at work, shaping the material with fire. To enjoy this show simply walk into one of the island's workshops. Murano glass is a precious objet of art, sought after by collectors from all over the world, why not come and see how it is created?