Enjoy a Campsite on the Adriatic Coast
If you decide to choose the Adriatic Coast as your camping holiday destination, then you have the difficult task of choosing one in particular as they are all brilliant and are some of Europe’s largest parks. Come and relax on the gorgeous beaches or take part in some fantastic family entertainment on site, the Adriatic Coast has something for everybody.
Rimini has beautiful beaches and offers many eateries to enjoy fine wines and food. It also offers cultural places of interest like Tempio Malastiano from the 15th century, the Arch of Augustus dated 27 BC, or the amphitheatre from the 2nd century AD. If you want to visit other beautiful areas nearby then we recommend a visit to the Gargano peninsula.
Cities and the Adriatic coast
Why not tour some beautiful cities while you are on your camping holiday on the Adriatic Coast. Bari is a beautiful seaside village where you can visit the St Nicolas Basilica. A must visit city is Venice! - in this beautiful city you can visit the San Marco Basilica and the famous San Marco Square or discover Venice from a gondola, a romantic experience not to be missed....
The capital city of Italy is Rome
The official language is Italian, English is also often spoken.
Italy's time zone is: +01:00
The official currency is the Euro.
You must be in possession of a valid passport.
In Italy you can use your mobile phones, however this might come with a high cost so we advise you to check this before departure with your network provider. Please note: this also applies for your data roaming.
The number for all emergencies in Italy is 112.
Travelling by car
· The national speed limit on the motorways is set at 130 km/hour (80mph).
· On most Italian motorways there is toll.
· In Italy it is the law to have the following items in your the car:
- High visibility vest. The driver must wear this in the event of an accident or breakdown.
- Warning triangle
When you travel trough France to Italy
From 1 July 2012 it is the law to have an alcohol tester in your car (throw away breathalyzer).
To prevent air pollution some areas in Italy are closed. The signboard ‘Zona Trafico Limitato’ ( ZTL) shows pedestrian traffic only.
Italian national holidays take place on:
· 25th April Liberation Day
· 1st May Labour Day
· 2nd June National Day
· 15th August Assumption day
· 1st November All Saints' Day
15 sights and attractions Adriatic Coast
Take a outing to the museum Gallerie dell 'Accademia in Venice
Relax at the beach! Lido del Cavallino Cavallino (Treporti)
Take a boat trip through the Grand Canal of Venice
Visit the Alice in Wonderland Fine Art Gallery
Take a trip to the musuem on the Grand Canal, museum Ca'Rezzonico
Take the children to Aqualandia in Lido di Jesolo
Cozy with the children on a Pirate Cruise at Sea experience in Jesolo
See beautiful sand sculptures in Sand Nativity
Cozy together in New Jesolandia in Jesolo
Trip to Sea Life Jesolo Cavallino-Treporti
Visit the Old Town in Caorle Caorle
Take an outing to the Nature park Caorle
Good eating at Pizzeria Tempini in Jesolo
The Shark Expo in Jesolo
Cozy with the kids in Luna Park Adriatico in Bibione