Places to visit and see in one day in the distances of Vigna sul Mar
With the Camping Vigna sul Mar excursions you will always find something that satisfies you: we have prepared for you visits dedicated to culture, history and art. Cities like Ravenna, Venice, Ferrara, San Marino will make your holiday truly unforgettable!
The itinerary that we recommend will take you to the discovery of Ravenna, a city that for the importance of its churches and mosaics has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Its monuments have remained intact over the centuries and witness the passage through the ages of the city.
The small town is dominated by the splendid Abbey of Pomposa, a masterpiece of Romanesque and Byzantine art, which can be seen in the distance with its enchanting bell tower. True cultural center, Pomposa possessed one of the largest libraries of the time and among the characters that he was made famous by the monk Guido da Pomposa (mistakenly called d'Arezzo), inventor of modern musical transcription.
The abbey church preserves fourteenth-century Bolognese school frescoes and a floor covered with mosaics of different eras and styles. Pomposa is also reported on the "Road of Wines and Flavors - The way of the great river".
During your holidays with children at Vigna sul Mar we strongly recommend you to visit Venice, which is about 50 km away. Without cars, neither smog, nor traffic, with its bridges and vaporetti, the city will thrill the little ones, giving them a dream atmosphere and lots of memories to take home at the end of the holidays.
Ferrara is a jewel of Renaissance art and architecture that will leave you speechless. The Estense Castle, built in 1385 by the Marquis Nicolò II, the 12th century Cathedral, the fabulous Palazzo dei Diamanti, the ancient defensive walls, are just some of the historical places that will take you back in time.
The Serenissima Republic of San Marino is the oldest republic in the world: a state that has maintained its independence and autonomy intact for almost two millennia, and has much to offer its visitors. First of all, a beautiful panorama over the whole of Romagna, and then many artistic works in the State Museum, without counting the medieval atmosphere that distinguishes the village.