1 night - arrived very late just before it closed (midnight)- not sure what being closed means (ie in Rovinj, Croatia (Porton Biondi campsite) it means being locked out by huge fence and a security guard).
Easily found a space next to the sea.
Not much to say (see next chapter).
Only thing to say here is i just pitched and slept although was woke frequently by a motor boat on the harbour (maybe the Carabonia)
Price was 16 Euro - 8 for me + 8 for my tent
Unique Quality: By the sea - it was kind of lovely at first listening to the sound of the water softly lapping - however this was soon spoiled by a boat that all through the night kept gong up and down the harbour - maybe it was the Water police - they always seem to be very busy
Shop on site - go myself a nice Huge Croissant from breakfast with some soft cheese, salami and tomatoe.
Great having breakfast by the sea with a view across to Venice.
For those who like a party there is a bar on site which gets extremely popular and lively - ie also be careful were you pitch if you want an early night.
Directions: Get no11 bus from bus stop just round the corner from Mestre railway/ train station.
Alternatively there are ferries directly to the Campsite from the island of Venice
how to reach there
number one bus from mestre railwaystation
fusina is the last bus stop.
laid back cabins
clean sorroundings and hot showers
at night take a boat to venice beautiful and romantic 9 euro
disadvantages none really
Directions: from mestre take bus 1 -last stop
from Zattere no 16 ferry
We stayed here one night. We took a boat from Venice, which in our opinion was too expensive as it was around 9 euro for a return. But still it was a greater experience to take a boat than a bus. The boat had to follow a "trail" in the water, marked by posts. Because we left Venice when it was dark it was quiet exiting to sail between all the posts.
The next morning we sailed back to Venice and it was great to see venice from the sea getting.
Unique Quality: We arrived and we just followed the crowd from the boat to the campsite, which was 5 minutes away. Here we were met by loud music as there was a great party in the bar. We checked in and found our pre booked cabin. It was a caravan with no wheels, and it was divided into small rooms with a shared entrance. Our room had two simple beds and a little closet. Then there was just enough room to put down our backpacks and this was it.
We were satisfied as we just wanted a place to sleep and the price was low, considering we had our own room near Venice. We paid 13 euro each. Just when we where about to sleep a storm blew up, and it started to rain very much. It was quiet cozy to be in the caravan and listen to the rain (which also softened the loud music), but then leafs and small branches from the trees started to fall down on our caravan. Still we slept well, but it wasn't great to have to get outside to go to the far away bathroom in the middle of the night.
Directions: Take the no. 16 ferry from Zattere(on Giudecca canal)
From Mestre: Take the no 11. Bus ( Marked Fusina ) from outside the train station
Unique Quality: Free motorboat shuttle to Venice and Lido (10-20 minutes). Marina, free showers, laundrette, grocery store, internet access, You can slep in your own tent or rent a mobile home.
Hi everyone - does anyone know much about the Fusina Campsite, or even better - have any of you ever stayed there? My freinds and I (5 altogether) will be visiting Venice briefly in September and would like to stay as economically as possible (We have already purchased tents!).
Is Camping Fusina a good way to go - or should we try to search out a B&B? (I'm finding looking for cheap Hotels in Venice as an impossible task)
B&B are hard to be found in the area ! I stayed in camping Fusina many years ago with my motorhome. The only bad thing there is the fact that the ship/vaporetto to Venezia takes about 30 minutes to go there and runs only once an hour or even less. The last boat at night was also rather early, maybe 09.00p.m., I do not rememberexactely, but it was definitely too early in my memory.
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