The so-called Beach on Fire is largely deemed the most spectacular and the largest fireworks show in the world. It is held in the neighboring Cavallino-Treporti, but holidaymakers of Venice can just as well head for the resort in order to admire the display. In fact, this event draws about 200,000 visitors each year on the Venetian coast, which is not surprising at all, given the show stretches on a 13-kilometer beach, lighting the sky, the shore and the sea with color and whimsical flashes.

Organized at the initiative of the municipality of Cavallino-Treporti, but with the implication and with the support of sundry other organizations (tourist-oriented or not), the Beach on Fire is also an occasion for connoisseurs to get in touch with the latest pyrotechnical novelties. Thus, the event conquers new heights of popularity each year both from the view of its spectacular side (at least as far as tourists are concerned) and from the point of view of the technologies involved in setting it up, becoming one of the most awaited summer happenings on the north Adriatic coast of Italy.

In order to learn updated information about the following edition of the Beach on Fire, use the indications below:

Beach on Fire
Cavallino-Treporti, Italy
second half of August
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