At the eastern end of Bibione and at the apex of the mouth of the Tagliamento river, between nature and the sea, stands one of the most incredible and evocative destinations, the lighthouse of Bibione. Built in the early 1900s, Il Faro has maintained its original architecture. The light, visible from 15 miles off the coast, was fed by fire until 1973 when electric amplified lenses were introduced.
Today the lighthouse, in addition to being a nocturnal reference point for sailors, is also a destination for countless tourists who enjoy enchanting walks, bicycle rides or horse riding excursions. In fact, the beauty of the lighthouse is amplified by nature and the particular flora that surrounds it, including Mediterranean plants, dunes, sea and waves that make the landscape particularly suggestive.
For connoisseurs of the area, the lighthouse is also an excellent reference point for long walks with our four-legged friends. In 2015 the first part of the renovation works was completed, creating a beautiful walk through the pine forest that leads directly to the lighthouse.