Discover new beautiful places starting from Spina Camping Village!
Culture, history, architecture and beautiful places to visit: Spina Camping Village, with its strategic location close to the shores of Ferrara, is located a few kilometres from many famous and charming places, but also a step away from beautiful cities of art. We suggest you some destinations that you cannot miss, to combine the experience of a holiday by the beach with the pleasure of discovery.
Venice needs no presentations: channels, bridges, gondolas and an immense artistic heritage, well known all over the world and visited every year by millions of tourists. The city is about one hundred kilometres away from Spina Camping Village, and offers countless things to see: Rialto Bridge, Bridge of Sighs, St Mark’s Square and Grand Canal, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the Doge’s Palace, St Mark’s Basilica, Galleries of the Academy with the best of Venetian Renaissance paintings, La Fenice Theatre and the Arsenal. Murano and Burano, with their art of blown glass, will make you lose in a whirlwind of shapes and colours. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of this city: it will be very easy taking Spina Camping Village as a starting point. For more information, visit the Venice Tourism website.
Rimini is not just a world-famous tourist centre, with a reputation that dates back to the mid-1800s, but also a city rich of history and culture. On the one hand you can see monuments such as the Tiberius Bridge, the Roman Amphitheatre, the Arch of Augustus, the Surgeon’s Domus and Castel Sismondo, on the other you can explore the itineraries related to the movies and life of the movie-director Federico Fellini, born here. You can also explore the surroundings and visit the nearby villages like Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna, Gradara, Verrucchio, and many others; you will discover beautiful landscapes, historical monuments and tasty local food and wines. Find interesting insights on the website of the tourist board of the city. You need about an hour and a half by car to reach Rimini from Spina Camping Village.
Just 30 kilometres from Spina Camping Village you’ll find Ravenna, the capital of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century. The city, close to the Adriatic Coast, is a place of culture, sea, good food, nature and leisure, and is universally known for its unique mosaics and for the UNESCO World Heritage Sites churches: from San Vitale to Galla Placidia, from the Baptistery of the Aryans to the Mausoleum of Theoderic, from Sant’Apollinare in Classe to the Domus of the Carpets of Stone. That’s not all, because the city is also known for its long beach full of sport activities in Marina di Ravenna, Lido Adriano and Punta Marina (but also Cervia and Cesenatico), without forgetting many cultural events linked to the city.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site located just over 60 kilometres from Spina Camping Village: Ferrara has been one of the most important seignories of the Italian Renaissance thanks to the Este dynasty, that was able to transform it from a rural city to a very important cultural centre. Many things to see, from the wonderful castle downtown to the historical walls of the city, from the beautiful cathedral to the exhibitions at Palazzo Diamanti and at the Archaeological Museum, without forgetting to visit some peculiar taverns to taste dishes of the local tradition such as pumpkin ravioli, or to attend internationally known musical events such as the Buskers Festival. The small size of the city and the many bicycle paths will help you make your stay pleasant and relaxing. You can retrieve all the information you need from the official tourism web site.
Someone calls Chioggia “Little Venice”, because of its peculiar geographic position between sea and lagoon. The city has a characteristic “fishbone pattern” map, since it was born as an artificial island. Chioggia still shows a big charm with its characteristic colonnades and fisherman life, but also its cultural events and very interesting historical buildings. From Spina Camping Village you have to drive 70 kilometres to arrive in this unique but very charming town.
An independent Republic of only 61 square kilometres: San Marino, located between Emilia Romagna and Marche, and just over 100 kilometres from Spina Camping Village, is rich in history but also a land to discover. There are nine castles to visit, but the rich medieval heritage also resides in the tradition of the crossbowmen and in the urban structure of the city centre. You can collect more information about the Republic visiting the website of its tourist office. The city of San Marino and Mount Titano on which it stands are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Situated in the middle of its blue lagoons and characterized by the red brick bridges that join its channels, Comacchio is the most peculiar and charming city of the River Po’s Delta. Ancient churches and market places, historical palaces and fishermen’s houses line up along the streets and reflect in the water of channels, today only crossed by boats for tourists. Its ancient history is inextricably linked to the unique surrounding environment, creating a timeless atmosphere, and the cultural items such as Museum Delta Antico or monuments such as Trepponti and Cathedral of San Cassiano show this integration at its best.
A little more than 60 kilometres from Spina Camping Village, placed on the Apennines mountains near Forlì, there is the medieval village of Bertinoro. It is called “the terrace of Romagna” for the breath-taking view it offers from the top of the little hill on which it is located. Bertinoro is also well known for its wine but also for being “the city of hospitality”. In this regard, the story of Colonna delle anella, one of its most famous monuments, is rather curious. Other cultural items of the city are the beautiful fortress built before the year Thousand and certainly the many inns located in its centre.