Village Adria, a luxury campsite between Ravenna and the Po Delta
It is by the Casal Borsetti beach, in the delightful seaside resort of Ravenna, that the Village Adria campsite is located. A few kilometres from the Po Delta Regional Park, this establishment extends over the heart of green grounds of 80 hectares and equally offers both spacious and comfortable holiday rentals in equal measure. With its delightful water park, Village Adria is particularly renowned for the quality of its holiday activities and entertainment.
A campsite by the sea in Ravenna
At the Village Adria campsite, you will be surprised by the variety of accommodation on offer. Everything from the Ravenna camping pitch, both shaded and green, to the new “Élégance” bungalows, equipped caravan rentals, lodge tents or quite simply a genuine hotel room “Villa Robinia”, to the luxury mobile home with a private Jacuzzi.
Once you’ve made your choice, you will be delighted to learn that the site has a large water park comprised of 2 swimming pools: one with a swimming pool, 3 water slides, hydromassage chairs and a sunbathing area, and a further “Relax” pool area, where you can read a book or have a siesta in the shade, and take advantage of your stay to finally rest.
If you dream of diving into the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, you should know that a vast sandy beach is only 250 metres from the campsite, a delightful pine forest separating the campsite from the sea. You will be able to go on foot or by bike and rent a sunbed and a parasol, or you can stretch out on the warm sand…
To have something to eat, you will be able to cook summer dishes in your fully equipped mobile home and dine on your outdoor terrace, having stocked up with seasonal fruit and vegetables at the campsite market, or make the most of the services of the 3 bar-restaurants on-site. The “Taverna del Paguro” accommodates you by the swimming pool. The “Villa Robinia” restaurant offers you, either on-site or as a takeaway, delicious pizzas but also delightful salmon tartar or even gourmet tiramisus. Unless you wish to have an aperitif, on the waterfront at the beach bar and enjoy local specialities.
Youngsters in paradise…and adults in the sky
Your children will waste no time in making new friends at one of the three children's clubs given over to them. The “Mini Club” accommodates those aged 4 to 9, offering them a full menu of activities everyday, around cooking, science, art, music and sports. The “Maxi Club” set aside for those aged 9 to 12, offers activities around the themes of sports and fun, with the organization of games and tournaments. Lastly, the “Teenager Club” and its entertainment team concoct activities, tailored for teenagers aged 13 to 15.
If your children have not yet learned to swim, your stay on the “Villagio Camping Adria” campsite will be the opportunity for swimming lessons with qualified lifeguards.
For their part, parents can indulge in all the fun and sports activities that they wish. These include aquaerobics, yoga, fitness and Pilates, or even group tennis, archery, pétanque, table tennis or beach volleyball lessons. However they can also do Zumba and Hip-Hop dance classes, and canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding lessons.
Come the evening, you will be filled with wonder as a family at the shows with professional artists and the corps de ballet of the Paguretto theatre, which will both transport you and have you dancing in the Arena theatre.
You won’t be able to resist the charm of the Emilia-Romagna region
Located in the north of Italy, almost forming a bridge between the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas, bordered in the north by the Po river and to the south by the relief of the Apennines, the Emilia-Romagna region offers magnificent panoramas, blending the scents and colours of the earth, the countryside and the sea.
Make the most of your stay to explore the magnificent cities of artists and scholars, examples being Bologna and Parma. Only 15 kilometres from the campsite, the magnificent city of Ravenna, also called the “City of Mosaics”, has 8 buildings classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. As you have trips out, stock up on products from the local area, which have made Italy’s world-renowned reputation: Parma ham, Parmesan cheese or even Modena vinegar. A real heaven for epicureans, Romagna cuisine abounds in fish-based and crustacean-based dishes. Not forgetting ricotta-filled tortellini, and of course the traditional Piadina (Italian flatbread made from wheat-based flour).
Moreover, to imprint happy memories on your children’s minds, pack your swimwear and take them for an unforgettable day at “Mirabilandia”, a vast water theme park offering thrill-seeker fairground attractions, water attractions and a vast water park of 4,000 m²: the Mirabeach Laguna del Sol.