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Camping & mobile home holidays on Italy's Adriatic Coast

The campsites we feature on the Adriatic Coast are:

Just 100 metres from the Adriatic, the 4* Vigna sul Mar campsite is the place for relaxation. Pool + children's pool and plenty of facilities. 

A 4* campsite in Punta Marina, Ravenna Beach, Camping Adriano is 250 yards from the beach and near to the River Po Nature Reserve.

The 5* Marina di Venezia campsite is a fun filled campsite close to miles of Blue Flag beaches and is quite close to Venice. The site has a superb pool complex + an Olympic size pool with slides, hairdresser on site, and a white sandy beach close by.

With a 5* rating the Union Lido has everything you would expect of a 5* campsite; a Hawaiian pool + one other, masses of facilities and water sports available from the beach.

Located close to the resort of Caorle, the 4* Pra delle Torri campsite has a pool, water slides, an 18 hole golf course and an animations programme.

Located near to Lido di Jesolo, the 4* Sant' Angelo Village campsite has everything you need for a 1st class holiday including direct access to it's own private beach, boat & water sports equipment for hire & golfing nearby.

A bright, modern resort, the 4* Portofelice campsite leads directly onto the beach of Eraclea and is fairly close to Venice. The pool complex includes 3 pools + slides.

The 5* Marina di Venezia campsite is a fun filled campsite close to miles of Blue Flag beaches and is quite close to Venice. The site has a superb pool complex + an Olympic size pool with slides, hairdresser on site, and a white sandy beach close by.

Camping Laguna Village , a 3* campsite, has a pool and entertainments to suit all. Set in a wonderful location between the sea and a beautiful lagoon in North Venice.

Sited in pine forests of Lido Jesolo, the 3* + Waikiki Village has it's own small sandy beach, a tree lined pool complex and the Aqualandia water park nearby. You can have Italian lessons here too!.

A lively site with facilities for all the 4* Mediterraneo Campsite has everything you need for a most memorable holiday.

You will find the 3* + Spaggia E Mare campsite on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. The campsite has a pool, playground, restaurant and beach, all easily accessible.

With 2 pool complexes, the 3* + Camping Ca' Savio campsite is located right on the beach and just 30 mins from Venice. This site has a couple of pools with water slides and many on site facilities.

Camping Village, the 4*  Garden Paradiso is an excellent campsite with all modern facilities and located right on the beach.

A modern holiday village, the 4* Villaggio Barricata campsite lies south of Venice in the River Po Nature Reserve. Wonderful surroundings.

With a 5* rating the Union Lido has everything you would expect of a 5* campsite; a Hawaiian pool + one other, masses of facilities and water sports available from the beach.

Located close to the resort of Caorle, the 4* Pra delle Torri campsite has a pool, water slides, an 18 hole golf course and an animations programme.

Located near to Lido di Jesolo, the 4* Sant' Angelo Village campsite has everything you need for a 1st class holiday including direct access to it's own private beach, boat & water sports equipment for hire & golfing nearby.

A bright, modern resort, the 4* Portofelice campsite leads directly onto the beach of Eraclea and is fairly close to Venice. The pool complex includes 3 pools + slides.

A small and friendly campsite, the 4* Camping Residence Village, set on the Adriatic Coast with direct beach access, is just the place for a relaxing holiday.

Italy’s Adriatic coast really starts with Trieste and the Gulf of Venice in the northeast, past Bologna and the little tax haven of San Marino and further south past Brindisi where it meets the Ionian Sea. The Adriatic coast is a haven for camping and mobile home holidays these days, and it provides a different atmosphere for travellers who have been to Germany, Holland and France and who wish to try somewhere warm but with a slight difference.

The Italian Adriatic coast faces Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Serbia & Montenegro and finally Albania, and in the past there has been a substantial amount of smuggling across this narrow stretch of water, especially in the cigarette trade with fast boats loaded with tobacco making the trip from Albania to the Italian coastline.

We have about 16 campsites on the Adriatic Coast: the Villagio Barricata, the Marina di Venezia, Fra delle Torri, Camping Adriano, Sant’ Angelo Village, Portofelice, Camping Stork, Camping Residence Villa, Laguna Village, Waikiki  Campsite, Mediterraneo Campsite, Ca’ Savio, Garden Paradiso and the Vigna sul Mar.Beach on Adriatic Coast

A holiday on the Adriatic would be unthinkable for most people if they didn’t stop and have a day or so in Venice to take in some of the history there. OK, Venice is a pretty dear place to do your shopping but window shopping and taking in the odd museum etc. won’t hurt your wallet much at all. We believe that Venice is one of the “must see” places in Europe but it can be a tad busy in peak season. That being the case, you may think of altering your dates to late May or June, or even in the Autumn when most of the visitors have returned home.

 



Last update: 07.09.2017