It would seem that tourists who are already in this place have witnessed a truly unusual phenomenon.
A bather on the shore (Pixabay)
During this period, of course, the largest and best-known Italian beaches are occupied by thousands of tourists. In particular, after the almost total end of the anti-Covid 19 restrictions that they had to endure for about two years, this time there was an opportunity to travel with less worry.
In short, it’s a good time to go on vacation and finally relax in the sun in some locus amoenus of the Italian peninsula.
And, if you want to look, you know it well, the Bel Paese is so nicknamed not only for the art and historical culture that characterizes it, but also for the splendid landscapes that foreign populations often and willingly envy us.
However, even when you are on vacation, it is worth pointing out, you also have to wrap up, so to speak, the ability to evaluate so as not to find yourself in unpleasant situations and which you cannot best manage. .
In fact, there are certain precautions that should not be forgotten, such as not exposing yourself to the sun during the hottest hours and remembering not to dive into the sea when digestion is not yet complete.
Basic recommendations, that might be what you think, but believe it or not, there are some who still fall for these platitudes. However, bathers, if they are in Veneto these days, may also have heard something else to pay attention to.
In practice, on the popular coast of Jesolo, near Venice, large jellyfish have recently been spotted both in the water and on the shore.
A jellyfish in the sea of Jesolo (Facebook)
What can I say, in such a state, which, by the way, turns out to be quite abnormal, it seems that there is no need to start fidgeting.
It was in particular the Association of Hoteliers of Jesolana who thought of calming souls, declaring that there would be no risk to our health.
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On the other hand, Legambiente also intervened to support it, with the voice of President Luigi Lazzaro, who confirmed that jellyfish would be rather harmless to humans, although this bizarre phenomenon can only draw our attention, once again more, on the effects of climate change and must make people understand how urgent it is to respect the marine ecosystem.