Camping in Emilia-Romagna

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Tahiti

Emilia-Romagna | Lido Delle Nazioni
7.6/10 (5 Reviews)
  • Impressive pool complex
  • Fantastic spa & beauty facilities
  • Great to explore Adriatic coast
  • Access to private beach

Mare e Pineta

Emilia-Romagna | Lido di Spina
8/10 (19 Reviews)
  • Direct access to a private beach
  • Spa facilities available on site
  • Great for active families
  • Relaxing campsite

Marina Camping Village

Emilia-Romagna | Punta Marina Terme
9.5/10 (6 Reviews)
  • Close to the beautiful Ravenna
  • Direct access to a private beach
  • Great location for exploring area
  • Lively and coastal

Pineta sul Mare

Emilia-Romagna | Cesenatico
7.1/10 (7 Reviews)
  • Surrounded by a pine forest
  • Close to a private sandy beach
  • Perfect for exploring the coast
  • Relaxed and coastal

Spina

Emilia-Romagna | Lido di Spina
3/10 (2 Reviews)
  • Great for relaxation and activities
  • Excellent pool area
  • Close to the beach
  • Lively and coastal

Villaggio Rubicone

Emilia-Romagna | Savignano Mare
  • Direct access to private beach
  • Beautiful aquatic area
  • 12 km from Rimini
  • Activities for all the family

Vigna sul Mar Camping Village

Emilia-Romagna | Lido di pomposa
  • Large aquatic area
  • Beach nearby
  • Great activities
  • Near Ravenna, Venice, Ferrara
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With lots of fascinating cities, including the foodie heaven of Italy, Bologna, the Emilia-Romagna region has a lot to be discovered and enjoyed. Stretching from the Po River in the north down to the Appennine mountains in the south, the Emilia-Romagna region covers a good portion of Northern Italy. 

The region is still fairly new in terms of it being a tourist destination so there’s plenty of opportunity to explore and enjoy a piece of untouched Italy. The region is renowned for its food - Bologna is known as the gastronomic capital of Italy and the countryside is lined with vineyards. 

On the coast lie some of Italy’s most popular beach resorts including the lively resort of Rimini. Inland, the stunning city of Ravenna has a lot to see. It’s famous for its mosaics and is home to 8 UNESCO world heritage sites.