Ca'Pasquali - pure joy of the holidays
In a region, such as Cavallino-Treporti, it is difficult to decide on one place to stay. Fortunately, fans of independent travelling do not face this kind of problems. This piece of Italian coast is famous throughout Europe as a place very friendly to carvanners.
Cavallino-Treporti is full of campsites. Actually, there’s so many of them that it won’t be an exaggeration to say that when leaving one you are immediately entering the other. If large centers are called camping towns, then you can safely say that this beautiful peninsula is a camping metropolis. If you look at it from above, you would see hundreds of parcels, dozens of pools with water slides and a swarm of colorful people, who came to rest under the Mediterranean sun.
Peninsula smelling of peaches
Beautiful, sandy beach, lush Mediterranean vegetation and abundance of wildlife, which can be observed for hours (including cormorants and herons) – these are the main advantages of the region. Cavallino-Treporti is a commune divided into 12 departments, each of which has a lot to offer. These include Ca'Pasquali, along with Punta Sabbioni and Ca'Savio, whose main source of income is tourism and agriculture. While exploring the area, you can see many orchards of pears, plums and peaches.
The local companies specializing in the production of vegetables and fruits are mostly family-owned businesses. Agriculture is so deeply rooted in this area that in the 50s of the last century it was considered a "garden" of Venice. Currently, the region supplies its products not only to northern Italy, but also tourists, who on the occasion of holidays, willingly buy local products.
Attractions of Ca'Pasquali
Beaches of Ca 'Pasquali are not only amazingly beautiful, but also very well equipped. There’re rows of chairs and colorful umbrellas, there’re also volleyball pitches where you can get rid of the excess of energy. In turn tourists, who prefer calm relaxation, can soothe the thirst or satisfy hunger at the restaurant located right on the beach. The feeling of being on a tropical island palm is enhanced by palm trees growing here abundantly.
Water sports enthusiasts can take advantage of the offer rentals of pedal boats, kayaks and windsurfing equipment. Tourists can also use catamarans. Both experienced amateurs of water sports, as well as those who still need the help of instructors, will spent a great time here.
Campsite in Ca'Pasquali
In the resort you can find Ca'Pasquali Village, a huge campsite, which is very popular among tourists. This is due to 9 hectares of pine trees and a very good facilities – it has everything you could dream of if you want to spend your holidays by the water. The complex is especially liked by families with children, which is due to the passion of animators, who organize plenty of entertainments, as well as many swimming pools.
In the peak season for a parking space for motorhome and accommodation for 2 persons you will have to pay from 25.3 to 32.5 euros (depending on the zone, on which the plot is located). Electricity is included in the price.
Ca'Pasquali Village is located right on the beach, so vacationers, who plan to relax on a deckchair, will be extremely pleased. On the other hand, those who besides that would like to explore the area, can do this in several ways, including riding a bicycle and walking. Everything is close. It is 4 km away from the campsite Cavallino-Treporti, and only within a 5-minute drive to Punta Sabbioni, from where you can get on a ferry to Venice.
At a distance of approx. 12 km you can find a popular resort of Lido di Jesolo. It’s difficult to mention all the advantages, which attract tourists for years, but undoubtedly they include an 8 km long promenade with rows of shops located alongside. Here you can indulge in a shopping frenzy, or simply go for a dinner into one of numerous restaurants.
When talking about one of the resorts of peninsula, it would be hard not to mention about the other ones. They’re in fact linked together like an intricate, organic spider web. Whichever one you choose, you will spend holidays of your lifetime.
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