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Campsite Emilia-Romagna Italy

Campsites in Emilia-Romagna are the perfect starting point for a carefree camping holiday in Northern Italy. The endless coast of the Adriatic Sea is the ideal backdrop to a relaxing holiday on a campsite, plus Emilia-Romagna offers ample opportunity to explore charming Italian towns. Why not combine some local culture with beautiful sandy beaches?

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Campsites in Emilia-Romagna: a varied holiday!

Campsites in Emilia-Romagna are situated in a beautifully varied landscape. To the east of the region is the Adriatic Sea, to the north the river Po with the Po valley and to the south, the rugged Apennine mountains. The landscape is perfect if you are looking for a varied driving holiday.

The Adriatic Coast offers many delightful beaches within easy reach of your campsite. Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica are currently some of the most popular locations, where you could also choose to camp on a small campsite with a swimming pool, perfect for your family.

The region offers the opportunity to camp in your own tent or to hire accommodation on the site. You could also discover the new form of camping known as glamping by staying in a luxurious, fully-equipped SunLodge.

Specialities and sights

The cuisine of the Emilia-Romagna region is recognised as one of the best in Italy. Real Parma ham and parmesan cheese both originate from the town of Parma in the region. Emilia-Romagna is also a wine-producing region, probably best known for Lambrusco. Make sure to give it a try!

Re-live the past in the towns and villages around your campsite. Emilia-Romagna is surrounded by sights from the Roman and medieval times, and absolute must-sees include:

  • Bologna
    Bologna is famous for extensive arcades, plus the oldest university in Europe and the enchanting San Petronio square are certain to be on the list of sights to visit.
  • Ravenna
    Ravenna is characterised by its beautiful buildings which are decorated in mosaics, such as the Mausoleo di Galla Placadia. The town’s quaint shops are also a great place for shopping.
  • Ferrara
    You can make a pleasant trip to the town of Ferrara from your campsite in Emilia-Romagna. The town is situated on the longest river in Italy, the river Po. Ferrara will amaze you with its nine kilometres of town wall, its culture and art.

Stayed on Campsite Tahiti in Lido di Nazioni in June 2017

The beach area is very typical holiday resort. The rest of the area is very rural with agri farming. Comacchio is a must see beautiful town.

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Stayed on Campsite Tahiti in Lido di Nazioni in July 2016

Everything you need is right at hand. There are numerous supermarkets and shops for the basic essentials. The campsite train to the beach takes all the hassle of getting there out of the way, and it's a nice little ride and fun for the kids. The campsite is also well located to get to other areas of italy very easily with excellent motorway access.

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Stayed on Campsite Tahiti in Lido di Nazioni in June 2016

Nice position to hire bikes and ride to other villages. You can walk to the nearest village for meals and they have a good sunday market

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