When looking for a holiday with a difference, camping in Venice and the Venetian Riviera will be unlike anything you've experience before.

Endearingly known as the 'Queen of the Adriatic', the floating city and inspiration for many Shakespeare plays is truly enchanting.

Every scene here is picture-perfect, where a meandering journey via gondola allows you to take in the city's incredible waterside architecture.

Couples will adore the quietly romantic setting, while families can also make use of swift access to the immaculate beaches of Lido and more for plenty of fun on the coast. 



Scenic harbours and historic architecture
Unique ways to explore
Great beaches


Hidden Gem: Caorle

Caorle is a photogenic town boasting wide sandy beaches, fishing boats, a cathedral, historic church and plenty of places to eat and drink.

Old Favourite: Murano

Visit the island of Murano, a short boat ride from Venice. See one of only three original masters left blowing glass at Ferro-Lazzanni.

Local Cuisine: Rosa Salva

The cheapest and best coffee in all of Venice. Not sure? Keep your eye out for the gondoliers rushing in for a quick expresso.

See & Do: Cavallino

Enjoy a cycle ride along the canals and country lanes in the Cavallino national park. It's a relaxed way to see many of the historic villages and delightful market gardens.

Festivals & Events: Mask Making

Take a stroll through the back streets of Venice and you will find the most beautiful masks being perfected for a masquerade ball.

Beaches & Lakes: Lido di Jesolo

During your holiday at any one of our campsites in the Venetian Riviera, why not escape to the long and gently sloping beaches of Lido di Jesolo, just perfect for children?


Where is Venice?

The Venetian Riviera describes a relatively small section of northeastern coast of Italy where the Venetian Lagoon runs into the Adriatic Sea. The area combines traditional Italy in the Veneto region capital, Venice, alongside family-friendly sands on the coast. A total of 100 small islands are connected by canals in place of roads - which can make getting around truly breathtaking! 

What's the weather like in Venice?

Visiting Venice during the summer months typically means you will experience hot and humid weather similar to other Mediterranean climates. The Venetian Riviera is a great destination to visit most of the year, so while you may see a little more rainfall if visiting in either May or September, the city of Venice and the beaches tend to be less crowded. 

Where is the nearest airport when travelling to Venice?

When booking flights to Venice and our nearby parks, Marco Polo Airport is only four miles north of the city, where we can arrange taxi transfers or car hire for you on arrival. 

How do I arrange a gondola ride in Venice?

With so much of the city built upon waterways, it's pretty difficult to get around Venice without riding a gondola at some point! It is worth asking about the price of the ride before you start your journey, although it is usually around 80 euros for half an hour. There are cheaper alternatives, including boat tours that let you navigate the city, while sharing your gondola with others can also bring the price down.