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Campsites on the Adriatic coast (Mare Adriatico) of Italy
Campsites on the Adriatic coast are perfect for enjoying sandy beaches, fine Italian cuisine and warm weather. It's the perfect destination for a camping holiday. The Adriatic Coast boasts a number of lively resorts, where you can camp and enjoy the region's beautiful natural surroundings. It's the perfect choice for holidaymakers looking for the best that Italy has to offer.
Tips for the Adriatic coast
• Relax on the long sandy beaches
• Enjoy hiking through beautiful countryside and pine forests
• Discover the culture of cities such as Venice, Rimini and Pescara
Soak up the surroundings
You will enjoy every comfort during your camping holiday. You can bring your own tent, caravan or motorhome, or if you prefer, hire accommodation on site.
If you enjoy a swim on holiday, Adriatic campsites will not disappoint, with a choice of swimming pool or the beautiful blue waters of the sea! Lovers of the great outdoors can stroll the wide sandy beaches or hike through the pine forests, and discover the animals who live there.
A campsite on the Adriatic coast is the perfect base for discovering the local area and its many delightful towns and cities. Depending on where you are staying, you could visit:
A trip to northern Italy is not complete without a trip to Venice. Take a trip along the canals in a gondola, admire the Bridge of Sighs and explore the San Marco Basilica.
Much loved by tourists, Rimini features a boulevard, great restaurants and fantastic nightlife. If you are looking for culture, then Rimini's beautiful historical centre and sights will not disappoint.
To the south of Rimini is the town of Pescara, with a long and rich history. The present day municipality was established in 1927. The town boasts a great many restaurants and shops plus a number of cultural sights to enjoy.
The Adriatic coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with air temperatures and water temperatures roughly on a par with one another. The weather soon warms up in the spring making it a good time to come and camp. Summers are characterised by high temperatures and abundant sunshine.