• Close to Lido di Jesolo and its shops, bars & restaurants
  • Hire bikes and hit the open road to explore
  • Try your hand at water sports like windsurfing and sailing
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  • Parc size:
    Large - 650 Pitches

  • Opening Dates:
    19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

  • Nearest Airport:
    Venice (VCE) - 43km

  • Nearest Port:
    Cherbourg - 1501km

  • Nearest Beach:
    Direct Access

  • Nearest Town:
    Cavallino - 1.5km

  • Lively
  • Toddler Friendly

Wonderful water sports, great gelateria

Sant’Angelo is proof that you can have the best of both holiday worlds. You can relax in a wonderful, peaceful atmosphere in the morning, and join the kids as they splash around in a fabulous pool complex in the afternoon.

Here, you can stroll around rose gardens, relax on the private beach or take a dip in the Jacuzzi. The parc is packed with everything you need like a mini market, restaurant, bar, pizzeria, newsagents and gelateria. It’s also activity rich, with beach volleyball, football tournaments, windsurfing and sailing, plus bikes, boats and water sports equipment for hire. Or, if you fancy a little exploring by yourselves, there’s a cycle path that leads to the port of Punta Sabbioni.

  • Direct Beach Access

  • Near a Town (1.5km)

  • Waterslides

  • Cycle Hire

  • Canoeing

  • Tennis

  • Table Tennis

  • Golf Course (2.5km)

  • Gym

  • Scuba Diving (10km)

  • Car Optional

  • Volleyball

  • Pedalos

  • Parc-run Kids' Clubs

Accommodation

Classic 2 Bed

Classic 2 Bedroom

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double bedroom, 1 single bedroom with bunk beds
  • Sleeps 7 (max 6 adults)
  • Living/dining area with double sofa bed
Classic 2 bed ›
Classic Tent

Classic Tents

  • Classic Tents offer our best value prices 
  • Sleeps 6 (Max 6 Adults) 
  • Real beds and a complete kitchen including a grill and gas hob 
  • Electricity for a domestic fridge, lighting and socket for your mobile phone
  • Patio furniture
Classic Tent ›

Pitch Information

Pitches: < 80m2

Vehicles Information:

  • Cars can be parked on the pitch
  • There are charges for additional vehicles
  • Motorbikes are allowed on pitch

Dogs:

  • Dogs are not allowed on the parc

BBQ's:

  • Charcoal BBQs are allowed
Pitch Types Open Dates
Mobile Homes Mobile Homes

19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

Tents Tents

19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

Pools

Pool Complex

Open dates

19 May 2018
14 Sep 2018

Swimming

Type Location Heated Size / Depth Features
Children's Pool Outdoor
  • Size: 300 m²
  • Depth: 0.4 m - 0.7 m
  • includes 6 waterslides for children and a mushroom style water fountain
Family Pool Outdoor
  • Size: 1250 m²
  • Depth: 0.7 m - 1.5 m
  • This large pool for adults and children has two round water bassins and is equipped with a jacuzzi neck massage
Family Pool Outdoor
  • Size: 150 m²
  • Depth: 0.7 m - 1.5 m
  • This pool is for the two large blue and white waterslides. Please note the opening dates. Age limit : over 6 years
Family Pool Outdoor
  • Size: 450 m²
  • Depth: 0.7 m - 1.4 m

Waterslides

Suitable for Length Minimum Age/Height Lanes Notes
Children 4
  • the yellow waterslides in the childen's pool are for children under 1.2m
All the Family 6 years / 1.2m 1
  • The blue waterslides are for children age 6 and above and over 1.2m.
All the Family 6 years / 1.2m 1

Complex information

Next to the pools there is a rose garden which has 3 whirlpools inside and a 'butterfly pool'. Please note that the blue and white waterslide tower normally opens towards the end of May.

Extra information

  • Sunloungers available there is a charge
  • The pool is closed between 13:00 and 15.00

Restrictions

  • T-shirts not allowed
  • Inflatables not allowed
  • Parental Supervision is required at all times

Kids' Clubs

Sant'Angelo Village Campsite Site Run Kids' Clubs

campsite kids' clubs

This parc runs its own kids’ clubs, and you’re welcome to make use of these throughout your holiday. We don’t however, have any involvement in these clubs or how they are organised, including the quality of activities available. *Please check details of timetable of activities, and if sessions need to be pre-booked, directly with the campsite staff. Consent forms may be required.

  • Open: 19/05/2018 - 05/09/2018 *
  • Available for: 5 to 8 years
    9 to 12 years
    under 5s
  • Description: There will be games, sports, arts and crafts
  • Languages: English
    German
    Italian
  • Available to all customers

Facilities and Amenities

The opening dates of facilities are correct at the time of collection at the beginning of the season, but are subject to change. It is possible that some facilities may be closed in low season, please ask our reservation team at the time of booking, if there is a facility which is key to your holiday.

Eurocamp campsite reception

Reception

  • WiFi is available (charges apply)

  • Internet access available (charges may apply)

  • Credit cards accepted: Maestro, Mastercard, Visa

  • A safe is available to use Charges apply

  • Languages spoken: English, French, German, Italian

Eurocamp campsite shops

Shops

  • Minimarket: Open: 19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

  • Ice Cream Parlour: Open: 19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

  • Other:

    Bazaar with toys, gifts and camping supplies. News stand in the square selling international papers.

Eurocamp campsite facilities

Bars

  • Number of bars: 1

  • Opening dates: 19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018 (bars may only open for part of this period)

Eurocamp campsite restaurant

Dining

Restaurant - Sant'Angelo Village

  • Location: In the main square

  • Opening Dates:

    19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

  • Terrace: The restaurant has a terrace area for dining


Takeaway

  • Opening Dates:

    19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018


Pizzeria

  • Opening Dates:

    19/05/2018 - 14/09/2018

  • Terrace: The restaurant has a terrace area for dining

Eurocamp campsite entertainment

Entertainment

  • Children's Disco

    19/05/2018 - 05/09/2018

  • Animation Team:

    19/05/2018 - 05/09/2018

    Aqua Gym

    Evening shows

    Karaoke

    Sports tournaments

  • Games room

    Video games

  • TV room

Eurocamp campsite facilities

Laundry and Sanitation

  • Toilets

  • Children's toilets

  • Hot showers

  • Baby changing facilities

  • Baby baths

  • Dishwashing sinks

  • Laundry sinks

  • Washing cubicles

  • Washing Machines

  • Dryers

Sports and Activities

Whilst our range of parcs are ideal for relaxing holidays, they also offer you plenty to do when you feel like being a little more active.

The following activities are available on parc:

The following activities are available on parc (all season unless indicated otherwise):

Sports Information

Tennis

  • 2 Tennis courts

Table Tennis

  • 2 Table Tennis tables

Volleyball

  • 2 Volleyball nets
  • Only beach volleyball available

Gym

  • Open: 02/06/2018 - 09/09/2018
  • There is a small fitness room

Boules

Activities Information

Playground

  • 2 Playground areas

Cycling

Sports Information

Canoeing

  • Activity run by an external company on the beach

Pedalos

  • Activity run by an external company on the beach

Dinghy sailing

  • Activity run by an external company on the beach

Kayaking

Excursions

Excursions to Venice, Murano, Burano and Torcello.

The activities detailed are available all season, unless indicated otherwise. This information is subject to change, and it is possible that some activities may have a charge and/or may remain closed in low season. Please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key to your holiday.

Important Information

Eurocamp campsite bbq

Accommodation

  • Only Charcoal BBQs allowed

Eurocamp campsites

Vehicles

  • A car can be parked on a pitch

  • Motorbikes are allowed on the parc and the pitch

  • There is a charge for additional vehicles

Eurocamp dog friendly campsites

Dogs

  • Dogs are not allowed on parc

Eurocamp campsite reception

Reception

  • There is a barrier in operation

  • Barrier closing time: 22:00 hrs

  • Customers Required to Carry ID Cards

Accessibility

  • This parc is suitable for customers in wheelchairs

  • The following areas of the parc are wheelchair friendly:

    • Pool area

    • Restaurant

    • Sanitation blocks

    • Shop

  • There are disabled toilets on site

Reviews

Cavallino, Sant'Angelo reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Parc
8.8
Accommodation
7.8
Eurocamp couriers
7.2
Value for money
8.6
Overall Holiday
8.8
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 12 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
7 out of 10

lea

Galway
Sant' Angelo village is a well organised, fun place. It is within a short walk of supermarkets , shops and restaurants. There is a lot to do in the complex including a beautiful beach. Its only two downfalls are the swarms of mosquetos that had everyone covered in bites (in our row of mobiles had at least one person that had to attend the doctor for antibiotics for it.) and the eurocamp staff that were not helpful or approachable.
Confirmed guest: 21 July 2017
Published on: 31 July 2017
10 out of 10

Michalina

Ruda Śląska, Poland
Perfekt holidays. We are going bach next year :)
Confirmed guest: 15 July 2017
Published on: 24 July 2017
9 out of 10

Rena

Ireland
Really had a super holiday. Camp, pools, shop, bazaar, info office, bar, restaurant,shower blocks all excellent. Would love a vacuum cleaner in the mobile.
Confirmed guest: 12 July 2017
Published on: 24 July 2017
10 out of 10

Aileen

Portarlington
Wonderful park. Clean and very safe. Pools were amazing. On site restaurant and take away= fab food. Night entertainment for kids could be better.
Confirmed guest: 12 July 2017
Published on: 24 July 2017
9 out of 10

Sandra

Dublin
We had a really lovely holiday with our family and friends there. The accommodation was basic but fine for us. There was building work going on right behind us which was unexpected but Eurocamp very kindly gave us a refund of some of our holiday cost which we were delighted with. We would definitely recommend Eurocamp to our friends and we're hoping to book again for next year.
Confirmed guest: 10 July 2017
Published on: 24 July 2017
10 out of 10

Alla

Celbridge
We had a fantastic time in the Sant’Angelo Village Camping. We travelled with 4 children aged 14, 8, 6 and 4. We had an excellent time! Excellent Park with great facilities. The weather was really good and the Parc is very clean and secure. The animation team worked amazingly well. We enjoyed the aqua aerobic every day. Amazing swimming pools with many slides except that you had to pay for sun loungers, which we didn't expect (~10 euro per day) and an amazing beach. Water was very warm. The only negative is the mosquitos, while the campsite tried their best with spraying every 2 days. Staff in park were lovely and so helpful. All shops close between 12.30 and 4 so keep that in mind. But 400 metre from Camping to Ali (best shop we could find) with a big choice of the products and good value (2-3 times cheaper than the shops in the actual camping site). Ice Cream there was amazing (1.30 euro).We will definitely be back again!
Confirmed guest: 28 June 2017
Published on: 17 July 2017
7 out of 10

Elaine

Galway
We just returned from our two weeks in this campsite. We have three boys ranging from 13 to 7. This was our fifth time at a campsite and our first time in Italy. It was also our first time trying out a tent. We couldn't resist as the price was so reasonable and we figured with the weather being so reliable it couldn't be too bad.

This campsite is very well run. It is very safe and incredibly clean. The bathrooms were better than most hotel bathrooms and all the flowers and walkways are immaculately maintained. The beach is flawless and the water is warmer than any water I have been in. The swimming pool is clean and really well monitored by lifeguards so you feel very safe with your children gone from your sight. The food on the campsite was tasty and reasonably priced. The shop was also well stocked and didn't seem to have an extortionate mark up on any of their items. Anybody working in the camp was very friendly and polite and the weather in early June was just perfect. Almost too hot, but we don't want to say that!

I do want to give an honest review as we do rely on these in order to spend our money wisely. We had spent the last two years at a relatively small camp on the west coast of France. The boys met so many friends and had so many memories from their time there. They had freedoms that they don't really have at home and a wealth of new friends to share it with. This was not our experience at Sant Angelo and this was our initial adjustment. If you are looking for an escape and anonymity then this is a perfect holiday for you. There were only a tiny handful of English speakers at the camp. It was absolutely and completely predominantly German. Even the signs were in Italian and German and most of the camp staff spoke those two languages and not necessarily English. In a sense it was almost like a two for one deal. We went to Italy but we got to experience German culture!

The area where the campsite is is a beachy resort area. There are many, many campsites and lots and lots of tourists. The town of Lido di Jesolo is a short distance away and it is a tourist hotspot. In saying that I had expected it to be a little bit more kitsch and tacky but it wasn't. There were plenty of tat shops and touristy traps but it could have been a lot worse. There was a nice atmosphere there and although it wasn't authentically Italian as I'm sure other towns were, well, it wasn't the worst.

The campsite is enormous. I was not all that comfortable letting the boys be gone for long periods of time. It was a ten minute walk to the beach from our tent. And the swimming pool was about 5-7 mins away. This was within the campsite. We flew and did not have the equipment that those who drove had, e.g. scooters, carts, bikes etc. Those would have worked really well.

Be prepared for a few things: the quiet time between 1 and 3 where you cannot drive your car in or out of the resort so just be mindful of this when planning your day. There is a charge for the sunbeds on both the beach and the pool. You can sit on the concrete at the pool and on the sand at the beach. We did this and it was okay. Having no shade is probably the biggest disadvantage of this arrangement as it does get so hot and we are not accustomed to it. There is a security guard with a gun at the front of the campsite and he does not allow anyone to pass without a band or sticker on the car. This is a good feeling in terms of safety but can feel a little intimidating as you drive through.

Tenting was a challenge for our family. We are not the hardy types it would seem. As I said already, we did not drive so we were limited to the provisions that were given by Eurocamp. I felt these were somewhat inadequate at times. We rented sheets and towels and those were ours for the two weeks. They got pretty dirty and it was our responsibility to wash them if wanted clean ones. There were the basic supplies in the tent, as in cutlery and dishware etc. There was no little welcome package that we have had in other places. No little touches to make us feel welcome. I really felt that Eurocamp didn't feel the need to go that extra mile in terms of the accommodation. We have stayed with Yelloh the last two years and they always went the extra mile. If we were to ever tent again it would have to be something within driving distance as you need many things when tenting that you don't even need in a mobile. We could have done with another clotheline as the sheets got very damp in the hot tent and needed to be aired out every day. We could have done with a sun umbrella and maybe an option to rent some beach chairs for a small charge. Even an option to rent some carts or scooters would have been a perk. The shower facilities and toilets were so clean and well maintained. I couldn't fault them in any way. They just aren't in your accommodation so you have to be prepared for that. The tents were very, very close together and at night you could hear your neighbours coughs and conversations. Glad they were all German so we couldn't understand each other! There was very little room around the tents for the boys to play. And there was a road right beside our tent where cars went by at all hours of the day and night.

The music is loud and can be heard very clearly until 11 o clock on the dot. It seems to be coming from two parks so be prepared for this if you have smaller children.

I just think it is important to be prepared mentally when you are going somewhere. Other reviews talked about the mosquitoes. They are present, absolutely. Especially around the tented areas as the spray they use doesn't quite reach the corners. I did find that once I used the bug spray and the candle, I was not bit very much at all. The children were. They really were. So just keep that in mind. Having bug spray is essential and they sell it in all the shops.

Recommendations: going to Venice is a must. There is a 20 euro ticket you can buy that gives you all day access to the water taxis. You go from Punta Sabbioni to Venice and then use the pass for all your trips in Venice and to Murano and Burano from there. We did this in a day with three children in searing heat and we completely survived. We parked our rented car at the port for 6 euro for the day and we brought all of our food with us. We then ate in Lido di Jesolo when we came back. Eating in Venice or on the islands have cover charges and with five hungry mouths it adds up so quickly.

Grocery store: The best grocery store we found was the Familia Superstore in Lido di Jesolo. It was big and had a great choice of things. The local Ali is okay too. The gelato place in Cavallino is really lovely and worth trying.

If you have a car and are feeling adventurous, the a day trip to Asolo and Marostica were very much worthwhile.


I would recommend car rental. Transport to and from the airport is very expensive and for the price that it is to get buses and taxis, it pays for your car rental. Also, it gives you that sense of freedom and opens up other options to you in terms of grocery shopping or eating out.

Pappa e Pomodoro is worth checking out.

This was the restaurant we visited. Really high recommendation from our hungry family. I had the best gnocchi of my life here and the staff were so kind and friendly. It was hard to find somewhere to eat because there was a dizzying amount of choice and with five people you didn't want to be charged the earth. This was such a good find and we all came away so satisfied. Even when my son broke a glass, they couldn't have been gentler and kinder about it. High recommend.

Be aware that when it rains. IT RAINS. The downpours were incredible. You cannot move. Being in a tent is quite limited when this happens as you are trying to fit all bodies plus your wet laundry and there is nowhere to sit. So if you see a thunderstorm being forecast, leave the campsite! It is easier. We think we know rain but this is different gravy. The good thing is that when it rains, it stops and the sun shines again.

Overall we have good memories. I think this park is particularly suited to those who have young children as you are 'on' anyway and there is so much to do while you are 'on'. With older children it can be a little trickier as they don't have the same freedoms as other smaller parks. But there are daily soccer matches on the beach for two hours which are fantastic. But no other real organised activities in English. The location is perfect for experiencing Venice and the beach and water are completely lovely. You will enjoy your time here.

I hope that Eurocamp can think about their provisions in their tents from now on. There is nothing wrong with small touches and going that extra mile. The staff were exceedingly kind but I think they need to bring their basic and standard up a notch. With the internet there is a lot of competition and price is not everything anymore. I know that I will be keeping my options open in the future. They should really aim towards customer satisfaction above anything.

This is a long review but there is a reason people read these things. We do like to have the information. Especially in a new place.
Confirmed guest: 20 June 2017
Published on: 12 July 2017

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