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Aperitif at the Bibione Palace Hotel
Cocktails to be discovered while on holiday, at the poolside bar and at Happy Hour
The aperitif? A must, also at the Bibione Palace Hotel! Check out our proposals with Barbara and her staff and come to the Happy Hour on Tuesday.
The aperitif was born in the Turin of Savoy around 1878, in a small liquor shop where Antonio Benedetto Carpano invented Vermouth, a delicious flavoured wine with china.

In Italy it is a must,and among all the pre-dinner variants we have chosen one, because it has a fascinating history: "Vesper". "Vesper" or Vesper Martini has the flavour of a holiday and is inspired by an equally fascinating woman. It was invented by Ian Fleming in 1953 between the pages of "Casino Royale", the book that narrates the adventures of James Bond, in honour of Vesper Lynd, the woman the secret agent was in love with. Vesper was born: Gin, Vodka Smirnoff and Lillet, served in a Martini glass with a lemon twist. An aperitif cocktail beyond the rules - like James Bond - not mixed but shaken while the Vermouths are usually mixed; "Shaken, not stirred," 007 says as he orders it.

Do you want to try it? Ask our Barbara. Vesper and other cocktails can be discovered at the Bibione Palace Hotel. At our indoor bar or at the poolside bar, or even at one of our evenings where we propose an aperitif on the terrace on the sixth floor. Every Tuesday, at the Bibione Palace is the day of the weekly HAPPY HOUR: buffet with tasty snacks, excellent cold cuts, seasonal products, Italian wines and music, and of course cocktails!

The hour of the aperitif has now become an appointment not to be missed, both in the city and on vacation. We at the Bibione Palace know it well.