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Adriatic Coast: the best Campsites and Holiday Parks for your next Holiday in the most popular touristic areas.

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The Adriatic

The forty miles of Romagna's Adriatic Riviera start near Comacchio; a pretty town criss-crossed by canals. Its better-known neighbour, Ravenna, was an important Roman town, once with a port at Classis (Classe). The deep colours of the mosaics in its churches are awe-inspiring.
Small resorts pass until you reach Cesenatico, seaside and port for Cesena. Next up is the jewel in a glittering blue sea: Rimini. A popular destination for Italians, this historic city, with its Roman remains and Renaissance gems, offers activities to please everyone, both on and away from its long sandy beaches - try horseback riding.
Adjacent Riccione continues the theme with Aquafan, one of Europe's largest water parks. More holiday fun can be found as far as Cattolica. Bicycles are much used in Emilia Romagna as an everyday mode of transport, and cycling the length of the Riviera's coast is a popular vacation pastime, either independently, or on one of the many tours.

Inland

The charms of inland Romagna are worth exploring. The land and its nature reserves are ideal hiking territory, with walks to suit all abilities. The medieval town of Verucchio sits atop a hill, and boasts a seven-hundred-year-old cypress tree that grows in the cloister of San Francesco, the oldest Franciscan foundation in the region.

Another hilltop attraction is the largely-reconstructed medieval capital of San Marino, the world's smallest republic. Outside its borders on the western side, visit the castle at San Leo, built in the fifteenth century by the Montefeltro family, dukes of Urbino.

Eating and drinking

The regional dish is Piadina Romagnola, a flatbread with fillings. Given the area's proximity to the sea, it's not surprising that fish plays a prominent part in the diet. Sangiovese is the best-known wine, so buy a bottle and drink to Romagna and the Adriatic Riviera!

Contact all 56 available campings
Camping Village to the Beach on the Ferrara beaches
The swimming pools of the Camping Village Adria
Holiday Centre on the Sea in the Marche
Free beach in Milano Marittima
Camping at the sea in the Marche region
The Pool
The swimming pool
Village with pool in Silvi Marina, Abruzzo
Camping Village with swimming pool in Porto Recanati
Beach with sun umbrellas and lounge chairs
Camping Village Romagna
Cesenatico

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