Camping Holidays on the Adriatic Coast
Forming the shape ‘calf’ of Italy’s celebrated, slender ‘boot’ the Adriatic Coast is lined with splendid resorts and features a wealth of historic monuments, castles and National Parks of outstanding natural beauty.
Erica Casey Al Fresco Specialist tells us “Our parcs in this area are great for those with older children who crave lots of beach sports. Train links to Ravenna and the gastronomic capital of Bologna make it perfect for culture lovers; a lovely destination for city and beach combos.”
Borgo San Giuliano, Rimini
At the heart of the village, do not miss the church of San Giuliano, with the seventeenth century monastery set overlooking the old route of the Via Emilia. Inside the church there is a large altarpiece dedicated to the Saint.
A medieval university town full of charm and charisma. Piazza Maggiore is a must, with its interesting architectural designs. Check out the two towers and enjoy a great buzzing place to shop, eat or just simply people watch.
Held in June the Gradisa Festival marks the beginning of Rimini’s 100 day long summer festival. There are parties, food, drinks and fireworks displays along the beach.
Typically prepared in the Romagna region (Ravenna and Rimini) this flat bread is made with white flour, lard, salt and water, traditionally cooked on a terracotta dish.
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