Learn what you can visit
For exploring the area around the Camping Villages
A holiday is not just sea, beach and sunbathing! Especially for those who prefer to travel in low season, a holiday also means sightseeing, discovering new areas and cultural traditions or sampling new food and wine. The Camping Villages in the Baia Holiday group meet all of these needs.
Gallura and surroundings
Gallura is one of the most beautiful regions of Sardinia, famous for its granite rocks. Located northwest, it reaches the Smeralda Coast through the jagged coastline and the long bays with very beautiful beaches such as Rena Majore, Rena Bianca, Lu Littaroni, Capo Testa and Santa Reparata.
Costa Smeralda surroundings
The National Park of La Maddalena is located in the north-eastern coast of Sardinia. Famous for its beautiful beaches, rocky shores and the emerald coloured sea water, it encloses small natural jewels like Cala Corsara in Spargi island, the Spiaggia Rosa (the pink beach) and the natural.
Palau, La Maddalena and surroundings
It is one of the most beautiful area of the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, thanks to the incomparable beauty of its coastline of granite rocks, shaped by time and wind. From the famous Bear’s Rock you can enjoy the extraordinary panorama of Palau and the archipelago of La Maddalena.
The great position of the Camping Village offers the opportunity to practice several kind of water sports, such as sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing, snorkeling and diving, or even hiking in the beautiful park of La Maddalena Archipelago.
Alghero, beaches and surroundings
Sea is the soul of Alghero, an ancient Catalan village by the sea and the capital of the Riviera del Corallo (Coral Riviera). Numberless colours and landscapes which captivate the traveller, with traditions, flavours and a mixture of cultures that have taken place through the history. The Alghero coastline extends for 90 km with beautiful beaches of fine sand, among which the most famous are Le Bombarde, Maria Pia, Lazzaretto and the Bay of Porto Conte.
Venice lagoon and surroundings
Around the Camping Village Cavallino there are several breathtaking landscapes to be discovered. Bike rides are the best way to explore the lagoon, the gardens and the fishing areas nearby the campsite. Along the way you can see the herons, which nest in this area, and come across military fortifications, ancient outposts for the defense of Venice.
Trieste, castles and surroundings
Art, culture and nature are synonymous of Trieste. Go for a walk and discover the artistic and architectural treasures of the city of Trieste or visit the famous castles of Duino and Miramare and the Natural Reserve of Cona Island. The natural beauty is all around: do not miss to visit to the Grotta Gigante (Giant Cave), the largest cave open to the public in the world, and only a few kilometers away, the Postojna and the Škocjan caves in Slovenia.
Lake Garda and its surroundings
The territory around the Camping Village offers itineraries and routes suitable for anyone who loves nature and sport, and also many historical and cultural attractions. Be captivated by the various landscapes of Garda Lake, between Salò, Gardone Riviera, Sirmione, and other wonderful countries nearby, or treat yourself with a day in Verona, one of the top holiday destinations in Italy.
Losinj, Cres and surroundings
Surrounded by the sea and covered by lush greenery, Lošinj and its islands are a unique archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The beautiful valleys, the green coloured coast, the crystal clear sea bed and the warm
Mistral breeze reflect the natural beauty of the island.
The biggest city is Mali Lošinj, starting point of the excursions to the other islands of Kvarner archipelago. In the port area there are many restaurants and typical houses with pastel colour fronts. Losinj is connected by a bridge to Cres, the biggest island in the Adriatic Sea.