A few steps from the Italian beach
There is no better place for a holiday at the beach. This Italian campsite is just a few footsteps from the wide beach at Rimini. International Italia Camping Village is for sun and sea lovers. You can walk straight to the private beach opposite the campsite in your slippers. The Adriatic is ideal for a cooling dip. And don't forget: even at the campsite you are always cool under the trees.
Beaches on the Italian east coast
International Italia Camping Village is situated directly on the Adriatic Sea, in the Emilia-Romagna region. This region may not be as well known as neighbouring Tuscany, but it is at least as beautiful. What makes Emilia-Romagna so beautiful? Art cities such as Bologna and Ravenna, where you can discover the most beautiful mosaics. And, of course, the kilometres of beaches on Italy's east coast. Especially those near Rimini are perfect for a holiday by the sea. And you are only a few steps away from them.
The world's largest swimming pool
Just about the largest pool in the world is right on your doorstep: the Adriatic. So put on your swimwear and walk out of the campsite in your flip-flops. Just cross the zebra crossing and you are on the beach. Great: as a guest of this Italian campsite, you have access to a private beach. If you book a deck chair with parasol, you will have a holiday full of beach fun. And you'll be even more comfortable.
Pizza after swimming
After a day of swimming and sunbathing you're ready for something tasty. What else could that be but pizza? You can pick it up at the campsite restaurant. But you can also enjoy an evening meal with a good glass of Italian wine. And are you ready for something else? Then take a walk along the boulevard. There are plenty of Italian restaurants. And they all make their pizza and pasta in their own way.
In the cool shade of the trees
There are quite a few hotels on this part of the Italian coast. Between all these hotels, International Italia Camping Village is a beautiful green setting. The campsite is bigger than you might think and there is greenery everywhere. You celebrate your holiday in the cool shade of the trees. Whether you sleep in your own camping equipment or in rental accommodation. Which is nice, considering the lovely warm temperatures on the Italian coast.
Piazza Tre Martiri
Are you in for a night of disco? Rimini is known for its exuberant nightlife. But there are also plenty of cosy pubs, for a quieter night out. Between all these pubs, beautiful places keep Rimini's history alive. Walk for example to the Piazza Tre Martiri. Ever since the Roman Empire, this square has been the heart of the city. But the name comes from a less pleasant period in history. During the Second World War, three citizens were shot in this square. Since then, it has been called 'the Square of the Three Martyrs'.