Camping Holidays in The Adriatic

History of The Adriatic

St Mark’s Campanile

St Mark’s Campanile

This iconic bell tower is almost 100 metres high and provides fantastic views across the city and the lagoon – don’t worry there’s a lift.

Bridge of Sighs

Bridge of Sighs

Once the route to torture and imprisonment for enemies of the state, this bridge is now the location for more cheerful pastimes - romance, souvenir hunting and photography.

Basilica of St Mark

Basilica of St Mark

The interior of this building is so exquisitely ornate, it almost hurts your eyes – and with its five huge Byzantine domes, it is spectacular from the outside as well.

St Mark’s Square

St Mark’s Square

Venice’s main square is the place to hang out with a coffee or a Bellini and watch the world go by. And if you can bear to tear yourself away from your ringside seat, it also boasts two of the city’s most exquisite buildings; the Doges Palace and the Basilica of St Mark.