Camping Village Mare Pineta - holidays on the Gulf of Trieste

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The coast of the Gulf of Trieste is one of the most beautiful in the northern Adriatic. Numerous beaches, incredibly clear water and fabulous views attract hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Many of them choose the family site surrounded by olive groves - Camping Village Mare Pineta as their holiday destination.

Accommodation at the campsite


Large and well-prepared pitches await vacationers, as well as a campsite , mobile homes and luxury apartments. The pitches are equipped with all amenities (including access to electricity and water), besides, caravanning enthusiasts have full sanitary facilities at their disposal. There are showers and toilets in the camping area, and a laundry room for guests. The center is adapted to the needs of the disabled - it has places without architectural barriers.

Those who would like to spend their vacation at the campground , but in comfort, can rent one of the mobile homes. In the village zone you will find a high standard mobile home , each with a kitchenette, two bedrooms, private bathroom, TV and air conditioning. It is an ideal solution for families - the house can accommodate up to six people.

For those who prefer relaxation in luxury, we offer Mare Azzurro apartments. The cozy interior consists of a large living room and a fully equipped kitchen (dishwasher, oven, fridge, tableware). We also have an electronic safe, TV, air conditioning and heating as standard. Additionally, you can use the outside furnished seating area.

You have to remember to book the selected option in advance, especially in the high season.

Beach at the campground


There are several small but pretty beaches in the area, the closest of which is approx. 200 meters away. Caravella Beach is a sandy and rocky beach, offering tourists a view of the harbor. Vacationers love evening walks on the pier - this applies not only to romantics.

Castelreggio Beach, located approx. 2 km east of Camping Village Mare Pineta, is also worth mentioning. It's a great place, perfect for lazing around and doing some water sports.

Pools and water attractions


The resort has a water park, open from mid-May to mid-September. Campsite guests can enter the campsite free of charge, and rent sun loungers and umbrellas. Adults have for themselves, among others a semi-Olympic swimming pool, and for the youngest there is a smaller one, but with numerous attractions. Qualified lifeguards ensure safety on the premises of the facility.

There is also a solarium at the disposal of tourists, from which the beach, the Bay of Sistiana and the Bay of Trieste can be seen beautifully.

Attractions and animations for children


Camping Village Mare Pineta is a great place for children, both toddlers and those slightly older. A lot of entertainment has been prepared for them, including a rich animation program. What can they do? Among other things, play football or basketball, test yourself in tennis on the court, play in the playground or paddle in the paddling pool. On the other hand, with the older ones, you can go on a sightseeing trip on one of the picturesque routes, on foot or by bike.

Other amenities


A stay at the campsite is a great opportunity to learn about regional dishes - the restaurant and pizzeria serve the most famous Mediterranean specialties. Customers have a wide selection of meat (including fish), vegetables and seafood. There will also be delicious pizzas, which can be ordered on site or to take away.

Right on the famous Rilke path there is a bar, which takes its name from the route. Its menu includes numerous snacks, cool drinks and ice cream.

What to see in the area?

If you like active recreation, staying at this campground is a bull's eye! A number of options for activities in water and on land, sports fields, routes for exploring on foot and cycling, and the ubiquitous smell of juniper and sage ... Roman.

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