Airstream camping in Italy
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New Airstream camping in Italy


If you love the idea of super cool Airstream camping, why not add to the chic by trying it in Italy?

Now this is something the Feet on the Ground team is desperate to try: Airstream camping in Ca’Savio, Italy. Zoo-wee, mama!

Camping Ca’Savio is Italy’s first bookable Airstream park. Near to Venice and Jesolo, on the Adriatic coast, Ca’Savio boasts sleek Airstreams that sleep up to four people and feature a double bed, with a bow window to enjoy the view, plus a pull-out bed. There’s a fully-equipped kitchen corner with gas cooker and storage, plus a private awning and decked area complete with garden furniture.

Ca’Savio has direct access to a beautiful beach typical of the pale, sandy Adriatic coastline, and on-site facilities at the Italian campsite include a supermarket selling fresh Italian food and drinks and a restaurant that offers a daily happy hour from 5pm. There is also a swimming pool, kids’ club and regular entertainment during peak season.

Best of all, this is a glam, no fly break that’s do-able on a budget: a one-night stay costs from £94.57. Or, if you’re looking for an even cheaper alternative, check out the super cool CoCo Sweet one-bedroom tents.  They sleep up to four people and cost from £27.58 per night. Stylishly decorated, they come with double beds, laminated flooring and a kitchen area with space inside and outside for relaxing and storage.

You can book a break at this campsite through outdoor accommodation specialist Pitchup.com.

Interior of Airstream camper

Camping with a side helping of chic is on the cards at Ca’Savio

Inside an Aistream camper van

Fresh Italian produce from the on-site store will help you to up the quality of the experience without blowing the budget

Tents at Ca'Savio Italy

For an option that’s even friendlier to a tight budget, the luxury tents could be worth a go

 

How to get to Camping Ca’Savio without flying:

By train, head for Venice by taking the Eurostar from London to Paris and then a high speed TGV to Venice (you could stay over in Paris or Milan to break up the journey in style). From Venice, take a boat (40 min crossing) to Punta Sabbioni (5km from the campsite), then a short bus ride to Ca’Savio.

By car, Zeebrugge is the nearest port if you’re heading to Ca’Savio from the North of England. From the South, it’s around 16-17 hours from London via the Dover to Calais ferry: Basel in Switzerland could be an excellent overnight stop-off as it’s right on the route.

 

Images: Pitchup.com

 

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