Every morning breakfast overlooking the lake enjoy! At Camping al Lago di Lago in Tarzo in the northeastern Italian Veneto.
The atmosphere at Camping al Lago di Lago is marked by peace and serenity. An ambience in which every guest feels right at home. By the hilly terrain of the resort you can see the foothills of the Alps.
Hospitable and child friendly Camping al Lago di Lago is expressed under the direction hospitable farmer. Especially families with small children are heartily welcome. In addition to a beautifully landscaped, shaded playground, the resort has a spacious pool area. Two swimming pools provide pleasant refreshment on hot days. And do not forget to treat yourself from the region on holiday one or the other good glass of wine!
Fresh sandwiches and salads Swimming in the pool makes you hungry. As a freshly prepared sandwich or a fresh salad from the salad bar is especially good. Early risers are welcomed on the terrace with a sunrise. The colorful spectacle of slowly across the Alps rising sun is simply unforgettable. The bathroom facilities are cleaned daily and the showers are available throughout the day.
The Basilica of Padua
Pamper yourself in the evening in the cosy restaurants in the nearby Tarzo with regional specialties. Who on vacation for art and culture, which is in Padua to the right place. The Basilica di Sant'Antonio (Basilica of Saint Anthony) is one of the most visited shrines of Italy and the visit will surely impress you deeply. Numerous street cafes invite you to a relaxing break. But be careful! So some juice that tastes like a refreshing lemonade, some can be quite strong splashes contain alcohol.
The Prosecco region Not far from Camping al Lago di Lago begins the Prosecco region. The area comprises 15 municipalities in northeastern Italy, belonging to the province of Treviso, Veneto and collected more than 20,000 acres of land produce grapes for the famous Italian sparkling wine. After a visit to the hilly wine region of magnificent vineyards and fertile vineyards you will immediately understand why the Prosecco region is now nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Pool: open approx. 01/06 – 20/09
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