There were not many sellers in the beach, but we were surprised by a few Thai ladies offering... Thai massage.
Fernanda couldn't resist (of course!), and in two successive days she tried two different experts.
Was it good? Sure!
Which one was the best? No idea, but both tried to grant Fernanda as a regular client.
No way! The games were waiting us! With a free occidental massage!
Parking in Lignano is not easy nor cheap - large forbidden extensions and the streets near the beach have parking meter, with short term control and high prices.
Most hotels have reserved parking, and that must be a point to consider when booking.
Our hotel - El Prater - had free parking a few meters distant from the hotel, in a fenced terrain, providing the guests with an extra key for the gate's locker.
Comfortable, safe, and free.
Salumeria da Luciano
No, I didn't buy anything there (I didn't buy food out of restaurants, otherwise I would), but couldn't resist to stop and look, each time I passed in front of the shop - several times a day.
I don't know what is the strongest reason to attract people - maybe the very large window, maybe the geometric organization of the displayed items, maybe the sense of quality that the whole transmits, but this store should be a case study in merchandising. At night, the perfect illumination enhances the views, and Salumeria da Luciano becomes the greatest monument in Lignano.
We had a serious problem in Lignano - the shops were not enough to Fernanda, but having a rental car we were free to browse Italy searching for something.
The closest mall was found in Palmanova, a big one, fortunately with the same concept and image as the Campera outlet here in Portugal, that doesn't please her.
I won time to visit Palmanova and Udine, so, no reason to complaint.