Enjoy la Dolce Vita on a stay at Campsite Rimini Village, a sunny resort with an enviable location on the coast of Emilia Romagna. Favoured for stays by the sea with a lovely sandy beach and close to the town of Rimini, the site pitches you in the perfect place for idyllic holidays in Italy with the whole family.
The swimming complex at the campsite offers something for everyone, whether you are a lover of soaking up the sun on the spacious terrace or a playful child hoping to make a splash. Comprising of a main pool, splash playground and paddling pool, the aquatic area is designed for all holidaymakers.
With a private beach just a few paces from your accommodation, you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing, as well as a selection of sports such as beach volleyball. Onsite, there’s plenty to enjoy including sports, fitness classes and for children, there’s a lively Kid’s Club. Young holidaymakers who enrol can try kite making workshops, sport’s tournaments and magic shows. The staff at Rimini Village also organise a vibrant evening of entertainment in high season which typically features shows and cabaret acts.
Savour perfect pizza cooked in a wood fire oven, sumptuous seafood dishes in the Rimini style and classic Italian dishes at the onsite restaurant. With good options for children and a family-friendly atmosphere, it’s the ideal place for sociable meals with your loved ones. The mini market located on site has plenty of daily essentials, local produce for cooking in your accommodation as well as a bazaar for items to take to the beach.
With emplacements that are cleansed by the fresh sea air and blessed with shade from pleasant pine trees, you can enjoy a private and peaceful stay in our accommodation at Rimini Village. Settled down in spacious mobile homes with sun decking and a variety of useful amenities.
The lure of a camping holiday at Rimini Village will be your chance to spend several hours by the blissful waters of the Adriatic sea. The coast that stretches up and down from the campsite is adorned by beautiful sands and well-developed resorts featuring a host of facilities such as restaurants, shops, bars and cafes.
Although most known for its buzzing nightlife and picturesque beaches, the town of Rimini also boasts a wealth of historical and cultural attractions. The best among them include the Arco de Augusto de Rimini, Malatestiano Temple and the Castel Sismondo, while child-friendly attractions include the fun Italia In Miniatura leisure park, Arenas Parco Acquatico Water Park and Fiabilandia Amusement Park.
Such is the convenient location of Rimini Village, holidaymakers can start their day early and enjoy a side trip to the micro state of San Marino. This tiny country is home to several medieval landmarks including the Guaita Tower, Basilica del Santo, Public Palace of the Republic of San Marino and the Cava dei Balestrieri. For dramatic views of the city, and indeed the entire country, consider hiking to the sumiit of Monte Titano.
From 25/05/2023 To 18/09/2023
Pets not permitted