HOLIDAY APARTMENT MIRA – Beach apartment in GRADO directly on the beach WEEKLY for rent!
Beautiful, very bright, quiet, terrace apartment for rent, south facing, first row, right on the beach (5 meters), green area, unobstructed sea views, absolute quiet location. No street noise as the small street in front of the house is only available for residents. (Barriers with key)
With air conditioning!! With washing machine. With TV. With elevator.
2 bedrooms (each with 2 beds, with fan), kitchen, living room with sofa / bed. (This bed can be pulled out, so theoretically there would be 6 beds) living room, TV. Dining area, fully equipped kitchen (including dishes, cutlery, cooler, gas stove, microwave), bathroom (shower / toilet / hot water boiler, washing machine).
TERRACE, covered, private parking space. 2 bicycles available for you. Beach chairs are available. 2 stand-up paddles are ready for you in the neighboring house. The apartment is located on the 2nd floor (burglar-proof) lift.
Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time!
The house has its own private parking. This is quite large and wide, even a VW Multivan has its place. Parking can also be found two bicycles and a road bike, you may use. 2 SUP (Stand-up-paddels)
Location: GRADO PINETA, The island is characterized by the long sandy beach, about 12 km long. Golf course. In the immediate vicinity are restaurants, cafes and hotels (with Internet access Wi-Fi), several supermarkets, 2 bakeries, kiosk, ATM. Grado can be reached very well by plane! There are also many buses to Grado.
Press: Focus Online: Insider tips on the Adriatic: These are the most beautiful beaches on the Italian coast! No. 2: Grado! Read online
„Small newspaper“: Grados Goldstrand: Safe, clean, sunny …. read online
Water quality and cleanliness in Grado: The annual Bandiera Blu (Blue Flag) award is awarded exclusively to beaches and bathing sites that meet the stringent requirements of the F.E.E. (Foundation for Environmental Education) on water quality and environmental management. Grado meets these criteria. Details Bandiera Blu
More about Grado
The lagoon of Grado is the most beautiful in the whole Mediterranean and a unique ecosystem with a delicate equilibrium, still perfectly preserved.
A tangle of canals and valleys, „mote“ as the inhabitants use to call those little lagoon isles, covered with reeds and bushes. A place of silence – where time stands still.
Herons, coots, wild ducks, teals, garganeys, ducks and gulls live in the lagoon.
On the little isles fishermen used to live in the „casoni“ of straw. Today there are very few fishermen living there and the „casoni“ became rustic trattorias which are open in summer only and offer good fish dishes with polenta and wine from Friuli.
Today Grado it is a popular tourist destination, known commonly as „Isola del Sole“, which can be translated as „sunkissed Island“.
Grado is also a renowned spa town and the center of a lagoon, which is famous for its uncontaminated nature.
The location of the apartement is perfect: Situated in Grado-Pineta, on the front of the famed Grado Lido, in walking-distance to the historic city-centre. We have a sea-view.
Once mainly a fishing center, today it is a popular tourist destination, known commonly as L’Isola del Sole („The Sunny Island“), also famous because it is also a spa town; together with Marano Lagunare, it is the center of a lagoon, which is famous for its uncontaminated nature. Grado is the birthplace of Biagio Marin, a poet who sang about the island in the local Venetian dialect.
In Roman times the city, known as ad Aquae Gradatae, was first port for ships entering the Natissa (Natisone), headed upstream to Aquileia.
Quite close is the ancient Roman city of Aquileia; during the late years of the Western Roman Empire many people fled from Aquileia to Grado in order to find a safer place, more protected from the invasions coming from the east. In 452, Nicetas, Bishop of Aquileia, took refuge briefly at Grado; of the same period is the earliest construction of Grado’s first Cathedral, the first church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, and the Baptistery. Grado was the home base of the Patriarchate’s fleet.
In 568, after the invasion of the Lombards, the seat of the Patriarchate of Aquileia was transferred here by the Patriarch Paulinus. After the Schism of the Three Chapters, two different Patriarchs were elected: the Patriarch of Grado exerted its jurisdiction over the Latin-origin people living in the coast and in the Venetian Lagoon, while that of Old-Aquileia, later moved to Cividale, had its jurisdiction on the mainland. A long lasting dispute over the authority of the two patriarchs ensued: in 993 the patriarch of Aquileia, Popo, conquered Grado, but was unable to keep possession of it. The matter was settled only in 1027 when the Pope declared the supremacy of the seat of Aquileia over Grado and the Venetian province.