Welcome to Lido di Spina!.

Nature, sport and clean sea, to fall deeply in love with this coast.


How to find us

Marysol Beach is easily accessible:

  • BY CAR: coming from Venice, take the ROMEA state road, while from Padua and Bologna take the A13 motorway to the Ferrara Sud tollbooth, here take the motorway junction to Porto Garibaldi and continue towards Ravenna until you find the entrance for the Lido degli Estensi.
  • BY TRAIN: the closest railway station is that of Ravenna (30 km. to get to the Lidi di Comacchio), which is well served both by bus (Ravenna lidi) and by taxi (radiotaxi 0544-33888). Further information: www.trenitalia.it
  • BY BUS: the Lidos can be reached by LINE BUS from the following cities: Milan, Turin, Bergamo, Brescia, Mantua, Vicenza, Padua, Verona.
  • AIRPORTS: Bologna: "G.Marconi" at Km 92. Venice: "M.Polo" at Km 162.

They say Lido di Spina is far from Alfonsine, but in reality it's like going to Marina Romea! In my opinion, this area has a lot of potential, just think that the fish here is excellent!


Lido di Spina

Lido di Spina is a popular seaside resort in the province of Ferrara belonging to the seven Lidos of Comacchio. It is the lido with the youngest user of the seven lidos thanks to numerous clubs, discos and beach establishments among the trendiest on the coast which offer every day notable ideas for bathing, recreational-sporting, culinary and obviously worldly aggregation.
It is the southernmost beach of the 7 beaches of Comacchio and can boast one of the longest beaches on the coast. It owes its name to the ancient Etruscan port city of Spina, which once stood a little further north, in the territory of the Po Delta.
The Bellocchio Veins Nature Reserve begins in the extreme south of the Lido di Spina area, a site with a high environmental diversity that hosts a system of active sand dunes, the mouth of the Reno river, fresh and brackish water wetlands, pine forests , bushes and forest of tamarisks and olive trees.
In recent years, it has transformed into one of the main tourist attraction poles of the short Emilian coast thanks to the enormous efforts of the operators and numerous of the trendiest clubs on the coast which every evening attract thousands of young people from northern Italy and also from nearby Romagna.
The sea is so clean that even Lido di Spina has been awarded the blue flag.