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Camping Village Marina di Venezia
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“Marina di Venezia is definitely worth booking”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 24, 2010

Just home from Marina di Venezia. Stayed for 16 nights and could honestly have stayed on for another few weeks. Flew into Treviso and got the bus outside the airport (8 euro each way). ATVo bus driver was very helpful and left us right outside the gates of the campsite and we were glad we didn't hire a car as it really would have been a waste of money. Staff on the campsite were very friendly and very helpful (on occasions appeared sharp but we found that this was just their manner when speaking in English). The pool complex within the campsite was superb and our daughter thoroughly enjoyed going there everyday. Beach was also great and the sea water was really warm. There is a siesta time from 1-3 when cars are not allowed in or out of the campsite. Pool complex and most shops also close at this time. The restaurants on site are good and there is also a good restaurant and supermarket straight opposite the campsite. We hired bikes while we were there and found that this was a great way to get around the campsite and to explore the local area. The children's play park is very good. At night here is also a play area called Gummoland in the park (5.50 euro) where children can play on different bouncy castles and with kids toys for as long as you like. As far as entertainment is concerned, events were well organsied everyday - water aerobics, diving school, football school etc and a children's disco every night. Adult entertainment at night varied but we tended not to stay to see it. While we were there, the campsite put on a firework display which was well co-ordinated to music and was definitely the best firework display we have ever seen. All in all, we would both thoroughly recommend Marina di Venezia. It was a very relaxing holiday and we will definitely go back. Just remember to bring mosquito spray and if booking with a company make sure you have air-conditioning as it was very warm at night!

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 16, 2010

Our second time to this area. First time to this site. (Previously at Ca Savio nearby) We were attracted by Marina's website and its previous reviews. The pool complex, in particular, appealed to our children (7&8).
It pretty much lived up to all our expectations.
The complex is run with military precision: ID bracelets are issued and MUST be worn. The 2 hour lunch time siesta is strictly enforced with the pool area shutting (there's always the lovely, nearby beach!), shops and other attractions closing. Pool staff are very vigilant - if not pedantic about jumping in pool etc. Lovely 50 m pool plus kids' and wave pool.
The bathroom facilities are extraordionarily clean, managed by a constant team of workers. The grounds are well maintained.
Evening and day entertainment are offered. Pretty much something for everyone, but I do wonder if teens would be bored. (No jumping/diving allowed in pool)
Shops are extremely well stocked - a bit more expensive than outside complex, but fine.

Basically, this is a HUGE complex divided into main areas: pool complex, shopping and restaurants, admin area, Marina's own chalets (ranging from very swish to very basic), 'branded' camping/chalets (Eurocamp, Canvas etc) and then the caravan-camping areas for those who take their own vehicles/tents.
We took our own car and tent. We took a risk and just turned up as we had been unable to pre book a pitch as they said they were booked up when we tried online(not sure why this was as, while we stayed there, the pre-booked pitches were never filled to capacity).
The 'branded' camping is in a slightly separate part of the park where guests have to go through a short road tunnel to get to the pool and shops - it's about a 10 min walk to get there. This proved fun on bicycles! (Bizarrely, in a strict place, the 'no cycles in tunnel' was the only thing not enforced)
Pitches are flat and big and provided with water and power. Mixture of shade and sun.

Boat to Venice is very close by and very easy - lovely to arrive by boat right at St Mark's Square.

Staying in June was fine but, week by week, it got noticeably more crowded as school holidays started. Personally would not like it in peak season as the facilities would be overloaded - too many people in pool, showers, and pitches would be really jam packed together. Very multi national guests (Germans, Danes, Dutch, Swiss, Austrian, Polish, Irish and British)

All in all, great place, well run but could be very crowded in peak season.

  • Stayed June 2010, traveled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 17, 2010

Just home a day from camping marina and we miss it, From start to finish it was perfect, Arrived into Treviso and got bus straight to campsite(www.atvo.it)but this bus only runs direct from June1st to end of Sept. Arrived on site and staff brought us straight to our Canvas tent as thats who we were staying with, Even tho our accomation was'nt ready our rep kept our luggage. We hired biked for our 7 day stay, 2 adult bikes, kids bike, baby seat and basket was €87 for the week, This is a must if u dont have a car or scooter as a lot of families were zooming about in scooters(Great idea if u have space to bring them). Cycled to Punto Sabbino (bout 12-15mins) and got water bus to Venice. Done the Gondola ride paid €100 for 45 mins, Prob should have bargained but it was so hot that at the time all we wanted to do was sit down and relax, Really enjoyed the gondola and he even sang for us, As a money gift from a family memeber who has been here before told us to go to st. Marks square and have a proper bellini....So we do....Sat right infront of orcrestra and waited for our waiter. Ordered 2 coke's and 2 Bellinis and our bill was €47.80...But after all it was a gift and they were yummy. Water park is brillant for all ages, Loved having ice cream everyday. Restaurants on site were good, nothing to complain about bout the one out side the entrance is the best, Supermarket and Fruit and veg stall excellent, Staff all lovely did not meet one grumpy one whick i was expecting from reading all the reviews, and best of all the mossies never got the better of us but i do think some of the reason was we had a deck on our accomadation. The beech is the best we had ever seen, Lovely sand and very warm water. The siesta from 1-3pm is a great idea in my opion as it gives u time to get back to ur hse and have a chilled out lunch as it can get extremly hot in water park(not that i'm complaning) What i did find a rip off was there's an area for bouncing castles(€5 unlimited time) and trampolines(€3 for 10 mins) and buggy cars(€1.50 that lasts a minuite) All in all it was a brillant holiday and we'll be back sometime soon,

  • Stayed June 2010, traveled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 2, 2010

Just back from a wonderful 2 weeks in Marina di Venezia, which all the family (parents plus kids of 4 and 2.5) thoroughly enjoyed.
We transferred to and from Marco Polo airport using TSA Venice Autonoleggi (tsavenice.com) who provided excellent, friendly, on-time service on both legs of our journey – even though our incoming flight was delayed by an hour and we had a sick child on the way back to the airport. I’d highly recommend them for a stress free way of getting to and from any of the holiday parks!
Marina di Venezia is HUGE – there are over 3,000 plots on the site so it is in effect a small town with all the facilities and services that you would expect from same. We spent a number of days just on-site – at the pool, playing mini-golf, riding the little train or just generally taking it easy having coffee (latte €1.70), ice-cream (€1) and spending a fortune on the children’s rides!! The park is right on the beach too, which the kids loved and it was a great alternative when the whole park (except bars and restaurants) closed for siesta from 1pm to 4pm each day.
We stayed with Thomson Al Fresco in a Vivaldi mobile home and it was great, 3 bedrooms and a decent sized well equipped living/kitchen area with an all-important deck which we ate out on all the time. The mobile was very clean and in great condition and had plenty of room to each side but not as much room between us and our neighbours at the back. The Reps were friendly and helpful and there was always someone on-call; we had a power cut at 10pm one night and within 2 minutes of ringing the Rep he was on our doorstep and had us fixed up!!
We hired bikes for a few days and spent some lovely days out exploring the area, we even managed to cycle to and from Lido di Jesolo (25km each way!!! The bus service from the gate of the park started on our second week there (25th May) so we used it to get down to the ferry and headed over to Venice. We also went to Jesolo Old Town which is small and quaint and Lido di Jesolo on different days.
The evening entertainment had started on 15th May, our first week and we went down to the baby disco each night which the kids loved – basically dancing to cheesy music! We didn’t hang around for the adult entertainment as it was on too late for our little ones.
As we travelled off-peak the park was very quiet on our first week but got busier on our second week. As stated in other reviews most of the guests are German which didn’t bother us at all, there were a few Irish/English families in our area so our son made some friends.
Now to the negatives, nothing major but just a few observations: The camp staff are very officious and not very friendly, except for the staff in the Information Office who were lovely! There are quite a few rules to be followed (e.g.: all camp passes and bracelets must be returned on departure otherwise €10 fine for each unreturned item!!) but probably necessary in a park of this size, none them took from our enjoyment of our holiday. The mosquitoes are a pain and they are vicious, I was bitten numerous times, even with repellent, mind you they seemed to love me as the kids weren’t bitten at all and my husband only had a few bites! The on-site restaurants are grand, well priced and food is basic but tasty, nothing spectacular but service could be a bit haphazard by times and rushed at others.
All in all we’d a great holiday and we will definitely be back!!

  • Stayed May 2010, traveled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 18, 2010

I stayed here for 3 nights with my husband and another couple. We got the bus from the airport to Lido di Jesolo and then changed for the next bus to Punta Sabbioni, which left from the stop next door. All very easy. Got to Punta Sabbioni and decided to walk to the campsite - 30mins max. There is a taxi at Punta Sabbioni but in high demand. There is also a small information kiosk with local info and they would call a taxi if needed. The staff at the campsite were helpful, speaking English. Our chalet was in the Marina 2000 part of the park, a Eurocamp one. It was basic but clean and just what we needed to sleep in as we spent very little time there otherwise. Not sure how comfortable it would be if there were 4 of you there for the week. Mattress was a bit hard but other than that, it was fine. You can hire bikes to make the trek through the campsite to the ferry at Punta Sabbioni quicker but we were in no rush. Ferries to Venice run every 30mins, with the last one back to Punta Sabbioni at 11.40pm but do check the timetable. The campsite has direct access to the beach, and there are beach bars there. We walked along the beach to Ca'Savio, the next town along, and that was very pleasant and easy. The campsite was great to escape the hordes in Venice and also give you the variety you might want on a holiday - you have the city experience, the boat travel, and also all the facilities at the campsite and beach but we didn't have time to use. I would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed May 2010, traveled with friends
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1 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 9, 2010

I have never written a review before because I just never get round to it or never feel strongly enough about a place but we stayed here in 2008 and have been meaning to write a review ever since because the staff at this place are AWFUL! We booked directly and had the most basic 'bungalow' imagineable. Two tiny bedrooms and a room the size of a shoebox to live and cook in. We didn't complain though as we felt it was our fault for booking directly and we just knew that there was nothing we could do about the accomodation. All the entertainment is in Italian or German, so although my children would have loved to have made some friends and are very sociable they were made to feel very alienated at the childrens club. All the evening entertainment is in Italian too so gets a bit wearing trying to understand it after a few nights. Of course, all of this is very acceptable if , like us, you choose to holiday somewhere that isn't known to be popular with the English, so we didn't expect anything else. We soon began to understand the rules of the campsite, of which there are many, and if you don't follow them woe betide you! The climax to our two weeks of rule-abiding came on the day we were leaving. You have to pay by a certain time - I think is it 10am and you have to leave by 10.30am. this is quite hard when you have got your children into a routine of staying up late! I was at the cash office paying at about 9.50am (there was a long queue) and my husband had our first visit from a member of staff to see if we were ready to leave. He explained where I was and that he was still packing up. 10 minutes later, the cleaner arrived to clean the whole place. Again, my husband explained we were on our way. Then at 10.45 by which time we were out of the bungalow (that description must be ironic!) and standing on the verandah we were visited by management to be virtually escorted off of the property!!! Our flight wasn't until late evening so we were hoping that once we had checked out and paid and left our bungalow we would be able at least to have lunch in one of the restaurants on the park. But no, we had to leave by midday. I would understand our treatment if we had, in any way made a nuisance of ourselves throughout the holiday but I'm sure they didn't even know we existed - that's how we were treated by restaurant and shop staff anyway! As I have said previously, we like to try to find holidays that are not over-populated by the English but this campsite made us yearn for the Costa Del Sol!! (Even though we've never been there!). I've since found out from friends that have visited Italy that the English are indeed disliked by the Italians even if they are as quiet and unobtrusive as we were! We're not the sort of people to insist on egg and chips instead of Linguine but we were made to feel as though we were!! I have to say that last day really ruined any good memories from this holiday (which certainly didn't come from the people) and I would not recommend this place to anyone English.

Stayed August 2008, traveled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 4, 2010

simply everything you could ask from a campsite... the pools are amazing, the supermarket was large and well priced with an additional shop just outside the site,.Great facilities on your doorstep minigolf, parks etc magnificent entertainment at night for both children and adults to enjoy. The site itself is extremely well maintained and the toilet and shower facilities are extremely clean. the beach which was literally at our doorstep was beautiful and the water was warm, safe and sparkly blue. It's the closest site on the adriatic to Venice and was able to cycle to punta sabbioni (5mins) and 30 mins later I was in St Marks square. Stayed with Venue Holidays, mobile home had air conditioning which is a must as the weather was 40 degs plus! The mobile was clean and roomy and the reps were extremely helpful and visible.

  • Stayed July 2009, traveled with family
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Property: Camping Village Marina di Venezia
Address: Via Montello, 6, 30013, Cavallino-Treporti, Italy (Formerly Campeggio Marina Di Venezia)
Location: Italy > Veneto > Province of Venice > Cavallino-Treporti
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Bar / Lounge Beach Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 40 Specialty Lodging in Cavallino-Treporti
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:4 star — Camping Village Marina di Venezia 4*
Number of rooms: 353
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Camping Village Marina di Venezia was founded in the 60s by two close friends, who shared the same business interests. Our present management maintains a strong bond with the Founders' vision. Starting from these values we keep on devloping new ideas and creativity and promoting innovations. Nowadays as in the past what is most dear to us is giving you memorable moments, unique sensations which will always remain with you. We are happy to create an unforgettable holiday, always accompanying you with our smiles and professional manner. ... more   less 
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