"Nice Camping, Nice Beach"
There was a super cool beach on the Adriatic Sea
"Nice beach and warm sea"
"Before our Tent"
"streets of Venice"
"Son Marco on San Marco Place"
Many doves eating from his hands
"cool swimming pool"
On the camping we had several swimmingpools
"on the bike-boat"
we could rent a bike-boat near our beach
"barbeque on the campsite"
With Eurosite Holiday company
Venice From The Back Door
"Cutting Corners By Camping/Venice by Boat"
I was a teacher and was able to visit several times in Europe for the summer. In order to pull this off financially I have gone the camping route, taking equipment over and buying some there. Now I live 30 minutes from Venice.
I had never realized that across the water from Venice are a great number of campgrounds. The English language guidebooks don't discuss this very much. But on the internet you can find lots of information. Google camping venice.
To get to Venice you get to take a 20 minute affordable boat ride. So you get to enter Venice the way the old merchants entered which makes from many a great photo op.
You can also get to the other islands and see glass blowing or visit an old cemetary or just take pictures of the colorful houses. Read up on the islands of Venice and you will know which ones you want to visit.
The campgrounds are listed by stars....Some have attendants in white uniforms meeting you as you drive in. This is not your American campground experience if you do that sort of thing. The restrooms are cleaned several times a day, hot showers are available and there will be a small restaurant and store. This is not the kind of campground found in the U.S. They even have bungalows to rent.
The only thing negative about European camping is that you are closer to other campers than you are used to.
"A closer view coming in to port"
The ferry boat will arrive just to the right of the square. You will begin your day right at the center of the historical area.
Make sure you know what boat you will return on. There are many boats going in all different directions.
"Take a canal ride"
Don't just take a gondola ride. Take the local ferry bus through the canals. You will come across places you have seen in photos but wouldn't know how to find.
This scene is one that many painters love to paint. I have seen this numerous times, and if you hop on a boat (like a city bus, but on water) you will see it, too.
Travelling to Ca' Savio
We're staying at Ca' Savio campsite at Treporti in July. Arriving at Marco Polo airport. I'd be grateful for some information in relation to getting to the site.
Re: Travelling to Ca' Savio
You firs have to catch a bus to Jesolo Lido, then another one in direction of Punta Sabbioni.
For direct connection airport Marco polo to jesolo, check the web site.... otherwise you'll need to go to Mestre train station first..
Re: Re: Travelling to Ca' Savio
Thanks for your help. It's much appreciated.
Re: Travelling to Ca' Savio
Go to see CLUBARDENGHI page.