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- Less than 20 minutes from Venice
- By the Riviera del Brenta
- Bar-restaurant and pizzeria
Less than 20 minutes and only a couple of euros from Venice by public transport is splendid enough stuff for Camping Serenissima, but we'll just throw in that it's by the Riviera del Brenta too, the watery Veneto home of historic palaces and gardens. (You'll see quite a few old buildings when you're exploring Venice...)
Base yourself here for a relaxing and comfy stay while investigating the area: bike hire is available for the best explores of the surrounding countryside, and the expert team can help you organise an itinerary wherever you might want to go. A bar-restaurant and pizzeria is on site to cater for nights in.
Camping Serenissima's other facilities include a roomy playground, a ping pong table, laundry room and modern amenity blocks with unlimited hot water and disabled access.
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Excellent site,clean facilites ideal for trips to Venice.
only for people who can't afford to stay in a hotel
Lovely site on bus route to Venice
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
From Milan, Brenner, Padua or Bologna on the A4 follow the directions to Venice and come off at Oriago-Mira. At the first roundabout follow the signs to Ravenna/Venice, go straight at the next roundabout and at the third roundabout take exit signposted Padova-Riviera del Brenta. Continue on the SR11 up to the campsite.
From Tarvisio, Croatia, Vienna, Trieste or Udine:
Follow directions to Venice Airport and then continue to Ravenna-Padova-Milano. Follow signs to Padova-Riviera del Brenta on the SR11 up to the campsite.
From Treviso, Vittorio Veneto or Cortina:
Take the A27 to Venice, then follow signs to Ravenna-Padova-Milano and then Padova-Riviera del Brenta. Continue on the SR11 up to the campsite.
From Rimini, Ravenna or Chioggia:
Take the SS309 Romea to Venice and follow signs to Padova-Riviera del Brenta. Continue on the SR11 up to the campsite.
By train or air:
From Venice Marco Polo, take the bus to Padova / Dolo / Stra.
From Venezia Santa Lucia, go to Piazzale Roma and take the bus to Padova/ Dolo / Stra.
From Venezia Mestre, take bus 53 or 57 to Oriago di Mira.
Buses stop in front of the campsite.
Venice first, of course... It's only 20 minutes away via regular buses to Piazzale Roma, so prep for an early start and a day among the city's small alleys and famous palaces, the Rialto and the Accademia bridges, the swish Canova restaurant, St Mark's Square, Punta della Dogana, the Palazzo dei Dogi...
The Ventian Lagoon next, natch: most peeps float around to the main islands of Torcello, Burano, Murano and/or spend a day on the beach at the Lido; if you're at this last around September, look out for celeb types at the Venice Film Festival.
The old and very fancy palaces and gardens of the Riviera del Brenta are also a popular Venice tourist spot – take the Il Burchiello boat if at all poss – and if you want to travel a bit further afield, Verona, Padua and Treviso are all very much worth the trip.