Vela Blu Camping Village

Via Radaelli, 10 - Loc. Ca' Savio, Venice, Veneto, 30010, Italy | 3 star campground
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Moving On and Up!

A travel blog entry by deb_matt2.


We've read that around Jesola there are about 6000 camping pitches. On the way to Venice Matthew announces he has had enough of camping and wants to stay in a caravan (we once did this in Florence and it was a great holiday). We therefore feel particularly optimistic that tonight we won't be sleeping on the airbed; let's face it, how difficult can …

O Venice!

A travel blog entry by jessanja


Starting off the day, we took a bus ride from the Vela Blu camping village to the boat that would lead us to Venice. Unknowingly we purchased a ticket for just this boat ride and not the unlimited boat rides in Venice for just 6 euros more. Needless to say this posed a problem for us later...
On the boat, we both really weren't sure what to …


A travel blog entry by jessanja


This was where we camped (with a new tent) for our second and third night of the trip. Located next to the ocean one would expect the waters to be cool. On the contrary, this was the warmest ocean water I have ever experienced! It was like stepping into a refreshing bath.. & there were cute bunny rabbits gallivanting around the campsite. ;) The …

To be lost in Venice is the adventure of Venice

A travel blog entry by roxietaylor


A different World

As you walk out of the train station you are met with the ground canal, instantly you feel like you are in another world, a world without cars, where the only way to move around is either by boat or on foot. We immediately made our way onto the closest bridge and had a photo, I was awestruck by the beauty.

The hostel check in was just on the other side of the canal so I headed over there to check in and then ...

Day 5: Venice

A travel blog entry by abroszczak

... risotto didn't appeal to me at all. Instead I ate two slices of tomato and meat lasagne which was very creamy and delicious. For main we ate a small piece of fish similar to Dory with a tiny bit of tomato sauce on top and salad on the side. Also served were battered prawns and calamari, both of which tasted alright but not my favourite type of foods. For dessert bowls of fruit were placed on the tables and plates of lemon biscuits and almond toffee. Both were delicious and ...


This 3 star campground, located in the Malamocco area of Venice, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, Burano, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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