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meineAdria.com is your travel resource to the east coast of Italy and parts of Croatia, better known as Adria.

Explore the regions of this beautiful coastline, from Triest to Venice down to Cattolica and Rimini.

Find the places geographically ordered from north to south in our travel guide.

 

So be inspired to explore these lovely sites and enjoy your stay:

Friuli

Friuli - a calm, inviting region, a rocky coastline dropping steeply into the deep blue Adria, gently swung fairylike green hills, seal forests and sandy beaches...

A landscape full of charme with innumerable facets and truely mesmerizing places... [more]

Muggia
The most eastern place of Italy with a nice marina and some other attractions.
Trieste
The austro-italian pearl of the Adria...
Duino
We got lost in a daydream here...
Monfalcone
Great conditions for those who own a yacht.
Grado
Grado, island of sun.
Lignano
More than 8 kilometers of golden sand, sun and sea. Yes, some hotels, too.

Veneto

From the heights of the pale Dolomites to the sealeveled green lagoons of the Adria - in the province of Veneto the most delightful contrasts do cristallize.

Hanging out loose, taking a sunbath at the golden sandy beaches, enjoying the pleasantly refreshing mild breeze from the azure sea, tuning gently into the unhectic mediterranean rythm. For what more are you looking for?

Bibione
A lively place with health spa, great fun for families.
Caorle
Without a doubt one of the most beautiful villages at the Adriatic.
Porto S. Margherita
A charming holiday village close to Caorle with marina.
Eraclea Mare
Relax to the max: The not too big place for spending calm vacancies with your family
Jesolo
Looking for fun, beach and nightlife near Venice? This is your place to be.
Cavallino
The most popular zone for camping right between Jesolo and Venice.
Venice
Venice Italy - the all-time ever classic. If you haven't been there you probably haven't been to Italy, too.
Chioggia
The little sister of Venice with its quarreling gossipping inhabitants.
Rosolina Mare
Rosolina Mare
Albarella
Albarella

Emilia Romagna

The Emilia Romagna - the beauty and especially the cuisine of this province is being praised even by the Italians - and this means something. A part from that it has beautiful beaches, too. [mehr]

Comacchio
The city on the 13 islands, Comacchio, which offers in addition to relaxing beach holidays on the Adriatic coast a number of popular beach resorts, including Lido di Volano, Lido delle Nazioni, Lido di Pomposa, Garibaldi and the Lido Lido degli Estensi.
Ravenna
A relaxing beach holiday in the area of Ravenna offers, besides a box seat in cultural history, the beauties of nature in the natural park of the river Po Delta.
Milano Marittima
The exclusive Adriatic resort is perfectly suited also for the more demanding guest.
Cervia
Famous for its traditional salt pans for salt extraction Cervia has a lot to offer as a modern resort for holidaymakers.
Cesenatico
Lively, active, young: Cesenatico is not accidentally one of the most popular seaside resorts of the Adriatic. Leonardo da Vinci has left its mark here, as well as Marco Pantani who was born here.
Gatteo A Mare
The well equipped and traditional bathing resort Gatteo a Mare offers everything for a relaxing holiday Adriatic.
San Mauro Al Mare
An overview of all hotels of San Mauro al Mare.
Bellaria Igea Marina
A resort with a long tradition, which was a synonym for a beach holiday on the Adriatic already in the last century.
Rimini
Definitely the most visited beach of Italy, with great nightlife and almost everything that lets you enjoy your vacancies by the Adriatic.
Riccione
Riccione
Misano
Misano
Cattolica
Hospitality unleased - not accidentially one of the most popular beaches of the adriatic coast.

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