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|Camping Village Garden Paradiso|
WELCOME TO GARDEN PARADISO
The ideal place for a stylish holidayTotal surface:150,000 sq. metersReceptive capacity:3,700 personsFacilities and Equipments: · Units· Pitches (from 60 to 100 sq. meters)· Shop Center· Market· Bazaar· Restaurant· 2 Bar/ice-cream parlors· 3 swimming pools· Equipped private beach.The Garden Paradiso is a modern and comfortable Camping Village situated at the Lido of Cavallino, just a few steps from Venice.It is surrounded by a verdant conifer wood full of flower-beds and shadowy avenues next to a long sandy beach of fine golden sand on the Adriatic Sea.A holiday for everybody…Camping Village Garden Paradiso can satisfy everybody's needs, preferences, and life style.We can offer a great range of activities and opportunities which first-time campers, too, will enjoy. With every comfort!Quiet and relaxedFrom 1 pm to 3 pm and from 11 pm to 7.30 am, an absolute silence must be respected to allow our guests to relax.The staffGarden Paradiso staff works to help our guests, to liven up their stay at the campsite, to keep the environment in perfect order and to guarantee your security and privacy.
|   Postal office / Telegraph office|
|Postal office||: 041 968003|
|Postal Code||: 30013|
|Telegraph office||: 041 968003|
|Telephone office||: 041 968075|
|Telephone number||: 0039 041|
|The telephone number of the Proloco is||: 041 5370379|
|   When it is open|
|The structure is opened from 21 April to 30 September .|
From the 12th April to the 2nd of October
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|At 2.00 metre on the sea-level. |
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Venice, whose rise can be dated 1500 years ago, was built on Venitian Lagoon's islands and had a different development than other european cities.
Due to the trade with the East, Venitians have been able to build a town which was one of the most important economical power of Renaissance and they enriched Venice with thousand of masterpieces which are housed today inside churches, palaces, schools and art galleries.
The most famous and historical monumental is S. Mark's Church with S. Mark's Square.
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and S. Giovanni and Paolo are two other important basilicas, to consider as church-museum, because they contain a lot of masterpieces.
Other important religious buildings of Venice include San Zaccaria, a Renaissance church which is decorated with a lot of famous paintings and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, a little church of great value.
Santa Maria della Salute that overlooks the Canal Grande , is the most representative building of Venitian Baroque.
The two churches of San Giorgio Maggiore and SS. Redentore are two Neoclassic masterpieces of Andrea Palladio .
Among the important buildings you can't miss a visit to the Doge's Palace , with its collections rich in art and history, the Ca’ d’oro, a gothic palace from where you can enjoy an excellent view of the Canal Grande, and the Renaissance Ca’ Vendramin Calergi, that today houses the Venitian Casino.
Typical Venitian istitutions were the schools , citizens brotherhood of social aim activities:
The Scuola Grande of San Rocco which was a shelter for sicks and plague strickens, today is a museum which contains the most complete paintings collection of Tintoretto.
The big school of San Giovanni Evangelista and the Saint Marc school are very interesting for their architecture
The San Giorgio degli Schiavoni School presents many works of Vittore Carpaccio.
The archeologic museum in the Saint Mark Square is worth a stop for his Greek and Roman statue collection, Roman frescoes , Greek and Etruscan ceramics Egiptian mummies little sculptures and coins and other reports
The Correr museum contains maps, coins, Doges costumes, ceramics, carven ivories, arms and uniforms, many Venitian Renaissance and XIII century paintings .
The Doge's Palace hosts the Opera Museum, its aim is to conserve the same palace: the precious decorations the paintings, sculpture, arms, collections.
The XVIII century museum is Ca’ Rezzonico , that hosts magnificent masterpieces of Alessandro Longhi, Piazzetta, Gianbattista and Tiepolo, Rosalba Carriera and Francesco and Gianantonio Guardi.
The Academia galleries presents a very rich collection of Venitian' s School with works from origins to 18th century.
The international art gallery is the Ca’ Pesaro, that offers an interesting panoramic of the Venitian and Italian art from the 19th and 20th century.
The Fianchetti gallery is hosted in the Ca’ D’Oro and conserves paintings of Mantegna, Bellini, Carpaccio and Tiziano and sculture, ceramics, bronzes.
The Peggy Guggenheim collection which is in Ca’ Vernier dei Leoni, presents one of the most important contemporary art collections in Italy and in all the world. The pinacoteca Querini Stampalia, in the same fondation, hosts many Venitian paintings from the 15th to the 18th century.
||The littoral and the lagoon
The Venetian lagoon is the largest lagoon in the High Adriatic sea, with a length of about 50 km and a breadth of between 10 and 11 km.
It is an ever-changing environment, where waters occupy a considerable part of the territory that is continuously reshaped by the atmospheric agents and mankind.
The depth of the water can vary from just a few centimetres in the inland valleys to several meters in the harbours and navigation channels.
The lagoon is separated from the Adriatic sea by a long, narrow strip of land that includes four long, sandy and narrow shores:
Cavallino, Lido, Pellestrina and Sottomarina.
The changeover of waters with the sea takes place at the mouths of the port of Lido, Malamocco and Chioggia.
From the shallows of the lagoon emerge a number of small islands, with different heights above sea level, some inhabited, others in the process of formation or being eroded away.
The foreshore, low and flat islands, formed by clay sediments, is home to colonies of wild ducks, herons, and cormorants.
The wildlife of the area consists of molluscs, crustaceans, amphibians, reptiles and many kinds of fish.
The fish farms in the marshlands, confined by banks, occupy a large portion of the northern and southern lagoon basins. In Italian they go by the name of " Valli" and are known for their "vallicoltura", a type of fish farming particular to the Venetian lagoon and practised since ancient times.
Sea bass, giltheads and eels migrate from the sea to the lagoon each spring and back from the lagoon to the sea at the start of each winter.
Cavallino Treporti is an enviable example of a “green” resort where low impact construction methods have been used and where mankind has combined economic development with protection of the environment. Its coastline is constituted by the peninsula that marks the northern border of the Venetian Lagoon.
The 15 kilometres of golden sandy beach, the green countryside inland where quality vegetables are grown and the farms where fine fish are bred form a happy oasis for those who love nature, life outdoors and sport. And it has much more to offer…
Nearby Jesolo provides a whole host of opportunities for leisure, shopping and fun.
Venice, world famous for its art, history and culture, is just a few minutes away by motor boat from Punta Sabbioni, crossing the same opening to the sea that was once crossed by the city’s powerful navies.
|   How to get there|
· From Turin, Milan, Verona, Vicenza, Padua:Follow the motorway A4 towards Venice-Trieste until the intersection with the motorway A27. Proceed towards the airport. At the end of the motorway, take the turn-off to San Donà and Jesolo. Once in Jesolo, follow signs to Lido del Cavallino and Punta Sabbioni.· From Brennero, Bolzano, Trento:Follow the motorway A22 until the intersection with the A4. Then proceed towards Venice-Trieste and further as described in the foregoing explanation.· From Roma, Bologna:Follow the motorway A13 until Padua and then take the A4 towards Venice-Trieste, proceeding as described in the foregoing explanation.· From Tarvisio, Udine:Follow the motorway A23 to the intersection with the A4 and proceed towards Venice up to the exit San Donà. From the exit, follow the signs to San Donà, Eraclea and Jesolo, then proceed to Lido di Cavallino and Punta Sabbioni.· From Trieste e Gorizia:Follow the motorway A4 to Venice to the exit San Donà and then proceed as described described in the foregoing explanation.· From Pordenone:Follow the motorway A28 to the intersection with motorway A4 and proceed towards Venice until the exit San Donà . At the exit, proceed as described described in the foregoing explanation.
Marco Polo airportJust a few km from Venice and connected directly to the motorway A4 Venezia-Trieste.By public means of transport, ACTV and ATVO, you can reach Venice-Mestre railway station, Cavallino, Treporti, Jesolo and other villages.Distances from the airport:· Treviso 25 km· Padua 32 km· Vicenza 65 km
By train / public bus
· The Venice-Mestre railway station has direct connections to the principal Italian and European cities.· Excellent connections with public buses ACTV and ATVO.· TAXI service is also available.
· Venice port. · ACTV boat from Punta Sabbioni to Venice Lido, Venice San Marco, Murano, Burano Torcello and return.· Private boat service.
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