Italy

When thinking of Italy you think of the pleasant climate, authentic local cuisine, famous wine regions, music and Catholicism, but above all art and culture. This boot shaped country is mostly surrounded by water. In the northwest you’ll find the Mediterranean Sea and the Ligurian Sea, in the southwest it borders with the Tyrrhenian Sea and in the east with the Adriatic Sea. You can enjoy the beautiful beaches here, but also rough coastlines lined with high cliffs. Italians love life and it’s easy to join this lifestyle when staying on one of the holiday parks in Italy. Northern Italy Cities like Milano, Torino and the harbour cities Venice and Genoa can all be found in northern Italy. The big lakes embedded in the foothills of the Alps are Lago Maggiore, Lago Lugano and Lago di Como. The Italian Alps are increasingly popular as winter sports destination, but plenty of Italians also love to escape the dense city air here during summer. The area offers plenty of good, centrally located bungalow parks, an ideal starting point to explore this region. City trip in Rome The capital of Italy, Rome, shows its long standing history dating back to ancient times. The city was the foundation of the Roman empire in the 3rd and 2nd century BC. The Romans conquered the Greek and acquired a lot of their knowledge and culture. Combined with their innovations in architecture, military strategies, government and legal matters the city thrived. Many of the aqueducts, circuses, arches of triumph and remnants of roads can still be found, also in the city. Visit Vatican City The heart of the catholic church is the Vatican, a state within the city of Rome. It was founded in 1929 and is the smallest independent state in the world. The Pope resides in the Apostolic Palace. Catholics from all over the world meet on the St Peter square to join the Papal Mass and to receive his blessing. Vatican City was placed on the heritage list of UNESCO in 1984. Italian Islands Italy’s largest islands are Sicily in the south and Sardinia in the west. Elba is the third largest island, but the country has numerous smaller ones, each with their own characteristics and old villages where time has stood still. Italians always come back to visit family, from wherever they live. The holiday parks in Italy allow you to walk among nature from your front door. The nature is beautiful, the sea is clear and pleasant for a swim. The many bays and rocks give you the feeling that you are alone here, it’s so peaceful.

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Beach fun, cultural cities, great times with a holiday park in Italy

Bungalow.Net's holiday parks in Italy are situated in easily accessible locations so you won't miss a thing while on vacation in Italy. Replete with facilities like swimming pools, tennis courts, restaurants, children's playgrounds, secure parking and more, you'll enjoy a relaxing holiday in Italy. The country is versatile, the hospitality of the people here will make you feel cozy and relaxed, the magnificent scenery and the delicious Italian food are just unique! For example, enjoy culture in historic Florence, the capital of Tuscany. Here you can visit sites like Pitti Palace and the medieval Ponte Vecchio, or hang out with tourists and locals alike on the Piazza della Signolia. Savor the nature in this country as well, with activities like hiking, biking and mountain biking, or you can take the kids to Zoo Safari in Puglia or simply admire nature at the Val Grande National Park, situated not far from Milan. And of course you can pursue a full array of water sports at places like Lake Maggiore.

Holiday parks in Italy for an active family holiday
Italy may be for lovers but the country has numerous attractions for families as well. A family holiday in Italy means one of a kind activities like picnicking on the grassy field of the Piazza dei Miracoli while enjoying a fantastic view of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and riding the thrilling roller coasters of Gardaland, Italy's largest amusement park. The coast of Italy will have you enjoying a morning of building sandcastles on the beaches of Rimini or a visit to the nearby aqua park for an afternoon of splashing fun. If you like old castles, there are countless medieval fortresses like Fénis Castle (in Fénis) and the Doge's Palace in Venice, complete with medieval weapons collection that are ready to take you back in past ages. And don't forget about all those outdoor activities, like rafting and kayaking near Torino, in Piedmont.

Holiday parks in Italy for Venice culture and more
If it's Italian culture you're after, then let our holiday parks in Italy provide you with comfortable and affordable accommodation, complete with restaurants, swimming pools and children's playgrounds. There are just so many wonderful cities to visit, that have something amazing to display. Venice is one tourist destination you won't want to miss. It's a great place to spend an entire day or even an entire week, gliding along the canals or visiting interesting historic sites. 7 km away lies the village of Burano, which is famous for its colorfully-painted houses and a tradition in lace making that dates back to the 16th century. You can visit the lace museum of Consorzio Merletti di Burano or purchase some hand-made lace as a wonderful reminder of your vacation on the Venetian lagoon. And while in the Venice region, be sure to take advantage of the Lido, an 11-km-long strip of sandy beaches running from Chioggia to Jesolo. It's a great place for a holiday in Italy. The country is full of culture and fun at the same time.

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Best Holiday Park regions

Liguria

Liguria

The region features impressive mountains and lovely rolling hills, accompanied by the green Mediterranean turf and the Ligurian Sea, therefore a holiday park in Liguria offers great possibilities for hiking, walking, as well as sunbathing and water sports. The Cinque Terre and the Gulf of Poets, the Gulf of Tigullio, Genoa and Paradise Gulf, the Riviera delle Palme and the Riviera dei Fiori make for a perfect scenario and a really fun vacation on the Ligurian Coast. Check out cities like Sanremo, the city of flowers, Bordighera and Alassio with its fine sand stretching on a distance of 3 km. All in all you will find here nature, mountains, culture, entertainment and night life: all one has to do is choose.

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Lombardy

Lombardy

One of the largest regions in Italy, Lombardy is home to a wide range of landscapes, including the breathtaking mountain chain that boasts the Valchiavenna, Valtellina and the Camonica Valley. A holiday park in Lombardy would offer easy access to all the major sights in the area. If you're a winter sports enthusiast, you will definitely not miss out on some really great facilities here, in popular resorts like Tonale, Bormio, Livigno and Madesimo. The Franciacorta area on the other hand is famous for its vineyards and wine production and the great lakes are really appealing to all tourists. Lake Garda, Lake Como, Lake Maggiore offer incredible views and great water fun, a completely relaxing holiday.

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Veneto

Veneto

Veneto extends from the Dolomites to the Adriatic Sea in the northeast of the country, and with a holiday park in Veneto you will be able to experience the exquisite beauty of the area with the Venetian lagoon and of course, the unique city of Venice. Home to numerous artistic, natural and traditional treasures, this area of Italy is extremely varied: from the impressive landscapes of the Dolomites, to the eastern shore of Lake Garda and Peschiera del Garda, long, sandy beaches and beautiful resorts like Jesolo, Bibione, Cavallino. The cultural heritage of the region is shown in its cities of art and magnificent Palladian villas along the Brenta Riviera. An ideal location for comfort and relaxation.

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