Our Campsites In Emilia Romagna
When you book a stay at one of our campsites in Emilia Romagna, you’ll receive a warm welcome from the friendly and helpful staff at the site. Once you’ve settled into your modern and spacious accommodation, it’s time to check out all the great facilities and amenities at your disposal, including recreational facilities, eating and shopping establishments and much more.
You’ll be primed to enjoy the delights of the local area, whether you decided on a beach side stay or a break in the heart of nature. Go by foot, by bike or further afield by car and explore the very best of Italy in the wonderful region of Emilia Romagna.
Things to do when camping in Emilia Romagna
If you’re thinking of taking a well-deserved camping holiday in Emilia Romagna, you will be rewarded with the opportunity to explore a truly diverse region that bursting with great things to do. One of the main activities sought out by our happy campers are sun-soaked days by the beach. You can find plenty of scenic stretches of sand up and down the Adriatic coastline.
A fine sandy beach can be found in the lively resort of Rimini, which features a bustling seafront lined with cool cafes, restaurants and shops. The town plays host to a few worthwhile attractions such as the amusement park found at Fiabilandia, the captivating Italia In Miniatura Land and the famous bridge of Ponte di Tiberio.
Boasting a wealth of culture and lovely Roman/Byzantine architecture, the characterful town of Ravenna invites you to enjoy visits to the Basilica di San Vitale and Mirabilandia theme park. Head inland to Bologna, the capital of the region that has a pleasant vibe and offers the chance to indulge in delicious cuisine. Notable points of interest here include the Piazza Maggiore, Fountain of Neptune and the Basilica di San Petronio.
Lovers of nature and the wild side of Italy should plan a day trip into the woodlands of Foreste Casentinesi, located in the outstanding area of beauty that is Campigna National Park. Explore the area on foot and take in the lovely flora and fauna.
The mountainous enclave of San Marino is easily reached from Emilia Romagna, and reward visitors with stunning vistas from the heights of the Guaita Tower and Titano Mountain Peak. The Parco di Montecerreto is great for a peaceful walk, while the city centre has many insightful museums.
Youngsters will appreciate a day spent on the slides and rides of the region’s water parks, chiefly the amazing aqua extravaganzas at Oltremare, Aquafan and Atlantica Cesenatico water parks. If you love fast cars, then speed up to the museums of Enzo Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ducati Motorbikes.