Camping in Adriatic Coast
Camping Adriatic Coast
If you choose a campsite at the Adriatic Coast as your holiday destination, then you are can look forward to a varied holiday with lots of sun, sea, beach and culture. The Adriatic Coast has been known as 'the' Italian beach destination for many years. It's the place in Italy where you can enjoy relaxing on the wide, golden beaches that stretch for miles. But a campsite at the Adriatic Coast is also a good base for many enjoyable trips to colourful villages, interesting cities and a beautiful hinterland. This region can fulfil everyone's wishes, which is why Vacansoleil offers such a wide range of campsites at the Adriatic Coast.Read more
Punta Marina Terme - Adriatic Coast - Italy
This pleasant family campsite is a favourite with lots of children. Covered by shady pines, campsite Marina is right beside a beach which shelves gently into the sea. Complete with a brand new pool and a very enthusiastic entertainmnet team.
Roseto degli Abruzzi - Adriatic Coast - Italy
The sea at your feet, the mountains in the distance and bustling towns like Roseto degli Abruzzi and Giulianova nearby. A pleasant family campsite in the authenic Abruzzo region, next to a beach.
Grado - Adriatic Coast - Italy
Spacious campsite 50 metres from the beach and a 10 minute drive from the historical town of Grado.Trieste and Venice are close by. The perfect spot for a sun, sea and beach holiday with the kids.
Lido di Jesolo - Adriatic Coast - Italy
Jesolo Camping Village. A beautifully located campsite on the Adriatic coast, in a pine tree woodland, just 200m from the beach. A paradise for children of all ages and just 45 km away from Venice.
Monfalcone - Adriatic Coast - Italy
An Italian campsite right by the sea. You’ll be on the beach in just a few short steps from your accommodation. Splash about in your own water park with a lazy river and visit the cities of Grado and Trieste in the vicinity.
Sun, sea and beach; enjoying the Adriatic Coast
Your campsite at the Adriatic Coast is situated near the azure blue sea and its sun-drenched sandy beaches. The coastline is about 770 kilometres long and is made up mainly of elongated beaches that seem to stretch forever. This varied Italian region has a good climate. Watersports lovers will have the time of their live at the Adriatic Coast with many different watersport activities on offer. The coastal villages like Caorle and Rimini are always pleasantly busy with people. Of course there are quieter parts of beach near your campsite at the Adriatic Coast too, spots where you can completely relax under a parasol or explore the underwater world for yourself.
Cities at the Adriatic Coast
If you’re staying at a campsite on the north of the Adriatic Coast, then visit the fabulous city of Venice. It’s a romantic city full of canals, gondolas and small bridges. Leave your car, because in the city of 'O sole mio' you’ll travel by boat or on foot. Take a romantic gondola tour for a truly memorable holiday experience. Are you an art lover, spending you’re holiday more centrally on the Adriatic? Then admire the wonderful works of Leonardo da Vinci, Donatello and Michelangelo in beautiful Florence. The world centre of art. Fancy some tax free shopping? Then the picturesque state of San Marino is a real paradise for retail therapy bargains! Holidaying at a campsite on the southern side of the Adriatic? Then Rome is most definitely worth a visit. With the mighty colosseum and magnificent St. Peter's square, the eternal city never fails to impress.
Making trips from your campsite at the Adriatic Coast
From your campsite at the Adriatic Coast you can make many nice trips. For example, you can take a boat trip to the islands of Murano and Burano in the Laguna or visit the thermal springs in the Apennines. A nice idea for the whole family is the small rollercoaster in Trieste at the border of Slovenia. This oldest tram line in Europe scales a mountainous route and gives you a great view. Interested in small castles and tiny, picturesque villages? Then don't forget to visit the hinterland of the Romagna region. Plus the whole family can visit one of the beautiful nature reserves from your campsite at the Adriatic Coast.
If you like walking, cycling, nature, culture and interesting trips or sun, sea, beach and watersport activities, then camping at a campsite at the Adriatic Coast has everything you could ask for!