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Why camping Ca' Savio ?

  • Right by a child friendly beach
  • Facilities and entertainment for all ages
  • Fun tip: take the water taxi to Venice

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

8.6
Excellent Overall ratings based on   264   reviews   by guests of Vacansoleil
  • Swimming pool
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Swimming pool
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Entertainment & activities
    Good

Campsite information

Camping Ca' Savio

Camping Ca'Savio is one of the many campsites on the long Jesolo peninsula that separates the Venetian bay and the Adriatic Sea. The sandy beaches are on the side that meets the sea and this is where you will find all the campsites.

Recommended by our region specialist

"Spacious campsite ideal for all ages. Lots of water fun in both the outdoor and indoor pools. The beach is ideal for little children."

The surrounding area of Ca' Savio

A good spot for a visit to Venice, and not just once. Going by boat is the easiest way because from this long peninsula the ferries leave for the old Doge city on a regular basis. The narrow streets beside the many canals really are nice to stroll along. Of course you'll want to visit the San Marco square with the huge astrologic clock and the Bridge of Sighs.

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

  • Mobile home
  • Bungalow Tents

Accommodations, availability & prices

Ratings & Reviews

8.6

Overall average score of 264 reviews by guests of Vacansoleil

  • Swimming pool
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Entertainment & activities
    Good
  • Holiday home
    Excellent
  • Food and drink
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Excellent
  • Sanitation blocks
    Good
  • Size of the pitch
    No score available

Surroundings

A good spot for a visit to Venice, and not just once. Going by boat is the easiest way because from this long peninsula the ferries leave for the old Doge city on a regular basis. The narrow streets beside the many canals really are nice to stroll along. Of course you'll want to visit the San Marco square with the huge astrologic clock and the Bridge of Sighs.

Some tips for your holiday at Ca' Savio in Cavallino Treporti

  • The city of Padova is a good idea, being one of Italy's most important cities of art. See the beautiful fresco's Giotto made in the Scrovegni chapel and the Padova public museum has wonderful Venetian pieces of fine art.
  • Little known, but very interesting, is the countryside north of Venice. The lovely cities like Treviso and Bassano del Grappa, with a historic wooden bridge over the Brenta river, are to be found here.
  • Third nearest airport: Venice Treviso (TSF) at 60 km
  • Train station: 4 km
  • Bus station: 800 m
  • Area: flat and wooded
  • Nearest sea: beside the sea
  • Nearest city/village : 1000 m
  • Supermarket: 1 km

Interesting sights

  • Padua: 93 km
  • Treviso: 58 km
  • Bassano del Grappa: 104 km
  • Venice: 3 km
  • Day trip to Dolomites: 185 km

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