Drink and eat as a Venetian!

Another way to discover Venice is savoring its cuisine. Maybe you prefer a quick break and not stop in a restaurant for a long time, but for sure you will find a lot of delicacies, that will make you fall in love!

Taste the typical Venetian “cicchetti” or the “tramezzini”, small snacks or side dishes, typically served in traditional “bàcari” (cicchetti bars or osterie). Common cicchetti include tiny sandwiches, olives or other vegetables, halved hard boiled eggs, small servings of a combination of one or more of seafood, meat and vegetable ingredients laid on top of a slice of bread, instead tramezzini consist in handmade sandwiches with vegetables, meat or fish.

cicchetti venezia

Normally Venetians accompany cicchetti or tramezzini with a glas of wine or a spriz, the classic Venetian aperitif, a mix of white wine, Aperol (sweeter) or Bitter Campari and Select (bitterer) and a squirt of seltz or Sparkling mineral water.

spritz venezia

Ready to eat as a local? Take a look here at our suggestions!

  • Il Paradiso Perduto – Fondamenta della Misericordia, 2540
  • Cicheteria Venexiana – Ponte delle Guglie
  • Osteria Al Timon – Fondamenta degli Ormesini
  • Osteria I Rusteghi – Campiello del Tentor – San Marco
  • Bacarando – Calle dell’Orso – San Polo
  • Cantina Do Mori – San Polo 429
  • Aciugheta – Campo San Filippo e Giacomo, 4357
  • Al Bocon di Vino – Campo Santa Margherita, 2978
  • Bacareto da Lele (Campo dei Tolentini) Santa Croce, 183.

Are you greedy? Enter in one of the many confectioner’s shops of the city and taste the typical Venetian sweets or enjoy a delicious handmade ice cream comfortably seated in an ice cream shop or even walking!



Events in September

September is not a boring month here in Ca’Savio and the low season has not yet arrived! Great events wait for you! Read on our blog and discover them!

Historical Regatta in Venice

The Regata Storica (Historical Regatta) is one of the main events in Venice. This year it will take place on September 3, when as usual there will be the spectacular historical water parade of typically 16th century-style boats with gondoliers in period costume and the rowing boats races. If you have the chance to attend this show, don’t miss it!

Regata Storica – Venezia

74th Venice International Film Festival

Founded in 1932 and organised by La Biennale di Venezia, it is the oldest film festival in the world. It takes place every year on the Lido di Venezia and welcomes Italian and international guests, actors and directors. The main prize is the Golden Lion (Leone d’Oro), which is considered to be one of the most important awards in the film criticism. This year the Festival will be held from August 30 to September 9.

Here the program:  http://www.labiennale.org/en/cinema/2017

Palazzo del Cinema, Lido di Venezia, 2016

Jujube Feast in Lio Piccolo

Also this year the Jujube Feast will take place on September 16 and 17, in the charming village of Lio Piccolo. We suggest you to ride your bicycle and join this wonderful feast that celebrates the Jujube with shows, food stands and music surrounded by a unique lagoon landscape. Let yourself be charmed by this wonderful place!

 Music and Aperitif in the Skyline Rooftop Bar

On September 9 and 23 in the Skyline Rooftop Bar of the famous Molino Stucky Hotel you can enjoy live music, great cocktails and an amazing and breathtaking view over Venice! Don’t miss one of the most glamorous aperitif in Venice!

venice rooftop bar aperitif

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Our Customer Care Office

Do you want to know more about our surroundings? Are you looking for more information about events and activities will take place during your holiday or simply need help? Ask at our Customer Care office!

Customer Care Camping Ca Savio

Located close to reception, our office is open every day and available for every kind of information or need you have.

Read on and discover all the services provided by our office:

  1. Booking excursions: at the Customer Care office you can book guided tours in Venice, boat excursions in the lagoon of Cavallino-Treporti or to the islands, but also guided bike tours to Lio Piccolo. For sure you will find the right excursion for you!
  2. Sale of public transports tickets: the office provides bus and boat tickets for the public transports but also for private companies. Here you can find tickets to go Venice at a very reasonable price or daily tickets that include unlimited free circulation in Venice and among the islands
  3. Sale of entrance tickets for expositions, water parks or museums: at the Customer Care office you can buy discounted tickets for Sea Life Aquarium, Aqualandia water park or the museum pass for the Venetian museums! What are you waiting for? Be sure to save and don’t queue at the ticket office!
  4. Sale of postcard, stamps and wi-fi card
  5. Taxi booking and car hire
  6. Prebooking for 2018 holiday: don’t miss the chance to pre-book your 2018 holiday this year during your stay in Ca’Savio. You save and be sure to get the accommodation you prefer!
  7.  Info point: here you can find information about events, entertainment, activities inside or outside the campsite and much more. Take a look at the boards located by the office or simply ask our staff during your stay!

These are the most important services provided by our office. Do not hesitate to ask our staff for any suggestion, information or need: we are at your disposal!

See you in Ca’Savio!


An August full of events!

An August full of events waits for you! In addition to the traditional celebrations on the beach for the Ferragosto (August 15) many events not to be missed will take place in Cavallino-Treporti and in the surroundings.

Beach on Fire

On Saturday night August 26, the Beach on Fire, the most awaited summer event, will take place along the coast of Cavallino-Treporti. 13 km of fireworks fired in perfect synchronisation will lit up the beach and the sky of our municipality at 22.30. A show not to miss if you are spending your holiday here!

Credits: Cavallino.info

Jesolo Air Show

Look the sky on Saturday afternoon 26 and on Sunday 27 August for the Air Show 2017, which will take place on the beach in front of Brescia square in Jesolo. The highlight of the show will be at 6.00 pm, when the 10 aircraft of the Italian flight “Frecce Tricolori” will climb up into the sky of Jesolo.

Credits: jesolo.it


Picasso Exhibition at Peggy Guggenheim Collection

From August 26 don’t miss the Picasso exhibition at Guggenheim Collection that focuses on one of Peggy Guggenheim’s favorite works of art, as a selection of 10 drawings, 3 paintings and a sculpture, made by Picasso in 1937.


picasso on the beach


Venice International Film Festival

The 74th Venice International Film Festival, organized by La Biennale di Venezia, will take place from August 30 to September 9. If you are a cinema lover, get the chance to visit it!





Visit Venice with kids

Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, you can not miss it if you are spending your holidays in Ca’Savio, even if you are travelling with kids. We know of course that it is not easy to carry a buggy in Venice, because of the many bridges and steps, but with our suggestions we hope to help you organize your visit to the city!

Places to visit

When you get to Venice, start your visit from St. Mark’s Square, the heart of the city you can reach after a quick walk from the pier. Standing in the middle of the square you will admire the Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale) and the beautiful St Mark’s Basilica. Don’t miss to take a look at the famous Bridge of Sights (Ponte dei Sospiri) located behind the Doge’s Palace, that connects the Doge’s palace with the prisons!

If you are an art lover, visit the Peggy Guggenheim Collection every Sunday from 15:00 to 16:30 and join the project “KIDS DAY” that introduces the younger visitors to modern and contemporary art.

A must visit for family is the Natural History Museum, located at Fontego dei Turchi overlooking the Grand Canal. There you will find several kind of animals and Italian explorers’ finds going back to the 19th century. Your kids will be enthusiastic to visit it for sure! (There is also a big dinosaur skeleton!)

dinosauro a Venezia

dinosauro a Venezia

Other places not to be missed are the Navy Historical Museum and the Arsenal, located a short walk from the Bridge of Sighs. There you can admire many models of military ships, but also boats dating back to the Serenissima period, among which stands out the famous “Bucintoro”.

Also the Squero of St. Trovaso worth well a visit: it is one the few places where small boats as gondolas are still made! Ready to discover all the secrets of the ancient art of gondola building?

squero san trovaso

Play with your kids

Venice is a place where children live happily. There are many squares (called “campi”), where they can run and play in freedom as Campo Santa Margherita, Campo San Giacomo dell’Orio, Campo San Polo, Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Campo della Bragora in the district of Castello, Campo del Ghetto, Campo San Geremia located 5 minutes far from the railway station and the nearby Savorgnan garden.

venice kids

Other gardens we suggest you are Sant’Elena gardens, the Biennale gardens and the royal gardens close to San Marco (at the moment closed for maintenance – ask the Customer Care office at the campsite for updates).

What are you waiting for? Venice has an unique and romantic atmosphere you can not find in other places and will enchant all of you for sure! Get ready and visit it with your family!

How to get to Venice from Ca’ Savio Campsite





Cycling through the fortifications of Cavallino

Cavallino-Treporti is not just a natural paradise, but also an open-air museum.

A precious architectural heritage made of many military fortifications, you can see by cycling along the coastline, is located all over the municipality and tells an important aspect of the historical and cultural identity of Cavallino-Treporti.

Forts, batteries, telemetry towers, barracks and bunkers, built to defend Venice during the Austrian domination and the World Wars, today surrounded by cultivated gardens or used as warehouses, are a great attractions for military buildings lovers. Here some suggestions to discover by bicycle the most beautiful buildings located between Cavallino and Punta Sabbioni and a useful map you can download to plan your trip.

The telemetry towers

Cycling along via Pordelio from Cavallino towards Punta Sabbioni you will see on your left many towers. What they were there for? They were telemetry towers, built to sight the enemy army and calculate its distance from the coast. Placed all over the territory (you can see some of them also cycling on the main road via Fausta), they were very useful because on their top the watchmen could sight the enemies coming from far and warn the batteries.

The Old Fort (Forte Vecchio)

In Punta Sabbioni you can admire the Old Fort, also known as Fort of Treporti. It has been built between 1845 and 1851 to protect the harbour of Punta Sabbioni and defend Venice Lagoon as the two telemetry towers located nearby, erected during the First World War.

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The Batteries

While the telemetry towers were located in an internal and hidden position to be less visible, the batteries were located along the coastline, ready to shoot the enemy. The Amalfi, San Marco and Radaelli Batteries, built at the beginning of 1900 and armed with 360° rotating tower with very long range guns, were particularly operative on the front of Basso Piave, instead the Pisani Battery, especially during the II World War, was very active to fight the aircraft artillery.

Batteria Pisani a Ca' Savio

Batteria Pisani a Ca’ Savio

Today many batteries are closed, but Amalfi and Pisani batteries have been recently restored and will be open to the public starting from July. Get the opportunity to visit them as the other military fortification and discover the wonderful historical treasure of Cavallino-Treporti!








Save the date! July has arrived!

Here for you our suggestions for the month of July!

Save the date, because wonderful events and activities will take place during this month!

Redentore Feast

Redentore Feast is one of the most felt celebration in Venice, that combines religion and entertainment. It commemorates the thanks of the city for being freed from that plague on 1577. On this occasion the Holy Mass presided by the Bishop and the religious procession to the Palladian basilica will take place on Sunday 16th July and the night before (Saturday 15th July) phantasmagorical fireworks’ display on the lagoon will attract thousands of visitors. The weekend will end with the ‘Regata su gondole’, a gondola race organized in St. Mark’s basin. Here you can check the programme for the Redentore Feast

Redentore Venezia
Carnival Parade

On July 29 Carnival comes back to Cavallino-Treporti! A colourful Carnival Parade, accompanied by music, dancers, confetti, streamers and masked groups accompany, will take place in Cavallino along via Baracca starting from 19.00. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy our carnival also during summertime!

Boat tour in the lagoon

Are you planning to visit the lagoon islands during your stay in July? We suggest you to join the full day trip organized by Turistica Penzo, where you can discover the beautiful islands of Burano, Murano and Torcello and admire Venice from the lagoon. The tour takes place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and you can book it directly in at the Customer Care office of the campsite.


Don’t you know what to do with kids on a cloudy day? Visit the Tropicarium in Jesolo, that hosts more than 400 animals, as land turtles, geckos, sauri and iguana, varans, small and large snakes, frogs, toads and salamanders, insects, butterflies and penguins. Ask at the Customer Care office of the campsite the discounted voucher!


Visit Venice in one day

Venice offers a great choice of places to visit, but it is impossible to see everything in one day. Do not be discouraged, because you can plan a nice trip, even if you have few time! Read on and find out our suggestions about the places you must see before coming back home!

1. St. Mark’s Square

A good starting point is St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco), called by Napoleon the “Finest dining room of Europe” and heart of the city. Standing in the middle of the square you will admire on the right side two granite columns signifying the gateway to Venice, then the Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), dominating the waterway with its wonderfully arcades and its façade covered in pink Verona marble and Istrian limestone and the magnificence of St Mark’s Basilica, with its five beautiful ornate domes. The Bridge of Sights (Ponte dei Sospiri) is located behind the Doge’s Palace and connects the palace to the prisons.

On the left of the square there are the Moor’s Clock Tower (Torre dell’Orologio), with two moors standing on top and hammering the large bell on the hour and the Bell Tower (Campanile), that offers a panoramic view over Venice if you take the one minute lift ride to the top.

Opposite St Mark’s Basilica there is Correr Museum, whose building was built under Napoleon’s dominance in contraposition to the old Doge’s Palace and is surrounded by Procuratie Vecchie and Nuove, the two long arcades of buildings which had housed the offices and residences of some of the most important political authorities of the Venetian Republic. Moreover the museum is connected with the Archaeological National Museum and the National Library Marciana.

On the square faces also some of the most famous Venetian cafés as Caffé Florian and Caffé Quadri (here you can enjoy the musicians and a wonderful view of the square, but remember that the price of a coffee is not cheap at all!).

venezia san marco

Piazza San Marco


2. Rialto Bridge

From St Mark’s Square get to Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), one of the most iconic sights in Venice, by a 10-15 minutes long walk. From Rialto Bridge you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Grand Canal, considered the “main road of Venice” and if you descend the bridge you can visit the famous open-air fish and vegetables markets called “Pescaria” and “Erbaria”. There you can buy every type of seafood imaginable and every variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, but only before 12:00, when the markets close for the day.

Ponte di Rialto

Ponte di Rialto


3. The gondola-ferry

From Rialto, next to the market, cross the Grand Canal on a gondola-ferry (gondola-traghetto) and stop in the district of Cannaregio (S. Marcuola stop). Please, don’t confuse the gondola-traghetto with the traditional (and much more expensive) Gondola. Traghetto is a big gondola (piloted by two gondoliers) that goes from one side to the other of the Grand Canal and back. It’s an everyday’s way of transportation, very cheap (around 2€ per person) and ecological!


4. The Jewish Ghetto

From Campo S. Marcuola you can get to the Jewish Ghetto by a quick walk (around 5 minutes). The Ghetto contrasts sharply with the opulence and splendor of the rest of Venice and is characterized by narrow streets and taller buildings. It was built in the 16th century as a refuge for Jews from all over Europe and then subjected to draconian measures by the Senate. Its doors were locked and guarded each night and during the Second World War all the residents were deported to concentration camps and only 8 survived. Today only few people live in the Ghetto, but it worth a visit for its interesting museum and synagogues and above all for the magical atmosphere you can taste here.

Venice Ghetto

5. Journey back along the Grand Canal

After your visit at the Jewish Ghetto walk towards Guglie Bridge (Ponte delle Guglie) and cross it walking towards Santa Lucia Railway Station (Ferrovia). There you can relax on a waterbus called “vaporetto” (take line 1 or 2) and start your journey along the Grand Canal back to San Marco. During your voyage you will admire beautiful hotels and more than 200 palaces, built between the 12th and 18th centuries, facing the canal. At the end you will see, just opposite San Marco, the church of Santa Maria della Salute built as a token of thanks in 1630 at the end of one of Venice’s terrible plagues.

canal grande venezia


6. The Arsenal

If it is not too late and you are not too much tired, before taking the boat back to Punta Sabbioni, you can walk from San Marco along the Riva degli Schiavoni and eventually arrive at the bridge leading to the Arsenale, the symbol of the Venetian Republic’s military strength. Although you can’t enter the Arsenale, the short walk is worthwhile, just to see the wonderful triumphal arch at the entrance, flanked by four marble lions.

Arsenale di venezia

How to get to Venice from Camping Ca’ Savio








Events and activities in our surroundings – June 2017

June has arrived! Are you spending your holiday in Cavallino-Treporti or coming soon? Here our suggestions for events and activities not to be missed!

Palio Remiero

On June 18 will take place one of the most beloved and famous events of the summer season: the Palio Remiero. On this occasion you can admire the water parade of historical boats that cross the Pordelio canal and the rowing boats race, representing the districts of the municipality of Cavallino-Treporti. Check out the full program here

Sand & Sound

On the occasion of the European Music Festival and the summer solstice on June 21 will take place Sand & Sound, 13 kilometers of live music on the beach. From Punta Sabbioni to Cavallino you will find about 26 kiosks on the beach were, with a drink in your hand, you can enjoy several music genres starting from 21.00.: pop, reggae, blues, jazz, music from the 80’s, classic music, Beatles cover, rap, samba, rock and much more.

Sand and Sound-cavallino

Aqualandia water theme park

Aqualandia, voted the No.1 Aquatic theme park in Italy, is really a paradise for extreme sports and water attractions lovers. Located in Lido di Jesolo, around 13 kilometers far from the campsite, is open every day from 10.00 to 18.00. Here everybody can spend a wonderful day-out in an oasis of entertainment of 80.000 square metres where amusement and relax, extreme sports and water attractions are combined together. Don’t miss the chance to buy the discounted tickets in the campsite during your stay and check the family offer 4×3!

Sea Life Aquarium

If you are travelling with kids, don’t forget to visit the Sea Life Aquarium in Jesolo, the perfect visit for all families! Here you can discover the wonderful underwater world with more than 5.000 sea creatures and spend an amazing tour every day from 10.00 to 18.00! At the Customer Care office of the campsite you can buy discounted tickets: you will save and skip the queue!

These are only some suggestions… Check out all the events and activities at our Customer Care office during your holiday! We wait for you!


Unusual tours in Cavallino-Treporti & Venice

The municipality of Cavallino-Treporti is known all over Europe not only for its wide beach and clear sea, but also for the natural environment still untouched in some places and for its proximity to Venice, one of the most fascinating cities in the world.

If you are looking for a different way to discover our beautiful surroundings or to visit Venice away from the tourist masses, we suggest you two extraordinary tours organized by Limosa tour operator, you can book at very special prices directly at the Customer Care office of the campsite.

Bicycle excursion to Lio Piccolo

Not far from the campsite you can admire the natural oasis of Cavallino-Treporti, where fish valleys, sandbanks and small villages are immersed in the quietness of the lagoon landscape. You will be surrounded by the peace of these places and accompanied by the sounds of nature as the flicker of a fish, the birds chirping and the wind rustling through the trees.

The excursion will take place on Wednesdays from May 24 to September 13 with departure, close from the campsite, in the morning or in the afternoon. An expert environmentalist, speaking Italian, English and German, will accompany you during the bicycle tour, suitable also for kids because very easy and flat. If you are a nature lover or a keen photographer, this is the right tour for you!

For further information, visit our website or ask at the Customer Care office.

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I Slow Venice!

Discover on foot the hidden and less crowded places of Venice joining this tour, that take place on Thursdays afternoon until September 28.

Passing through narrow roads, fields and gardens located in the area of S. Pietro di Castello, Giardini, and Arsenale, a passionate guide will tell you stories on art and crafts and let you discover the authentic beauty of Venice. You will have the time you need to appreciate the city and enjoy the richness of slowness.

An unknown and unusual Venice waits for you… Find out more about this tour here.