Take your family to Camping Ca'Savio: relax on the plain, sandy beach and enjoy the quiet atmosphere of an open-air vacation.
You can find all the services you need for a holiday with your children: games, entertainment, baby equipment hiring and much more.
The campsite offers shady pitches for tents and caravans, as well as bungalows, mobile homes and chalets.
Inside the campsite you can find all the facilities and comfort you need for a pleasant family holiday such us a supermarket, a restaurant-pizzeria and two groups of swimming pools surrounded by a natural environment.
From the Ca' Savio campsite, getting to the area of St Mark's is easy.
Here you will be captivated by the colours and architectural style of the Doge's Palace, which used to be the seat of government in ancient times when Venice was ruled by the Venetian Republic.
The great rectangular square spreads before St Mark's Basilica, with its gilded mosaics and domes.
Framed by the Procuratie Vecchie and Procuratie Nuove buildings, the square's wide porticoes are home to a number of longstanding cafés and shops.
On the northern side of the Square stands the fifteenth-century Clock Tower, which is famous for its bronze statues of two Moors, who sound the hour on a large bell.
If you step under the tower and walk down the street called Mercerie, you end up in Rialto at the foot of the famous bridge over the Grand Canal.
Anyone staying at Camping Ca' Savio will be familiar with the beach, whose dunes are home to a remarkable wealth of animal (birds, molluscs,...) and plant species (willows, rushes, wild orchids…).
The campsite lies in an area dominated by pine forest, where specimens of stone pine, black pine, brown pine and Aleppo pine are to be found.
While these are the environments our guests are most familiar with, not everyone will have ventured beyond the campsite's rear boundary: in less than 5 km, you enter a unique environment that is definitely worth a visit, namely the lagoon.
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This page was last updated: 24 October 2016