History enthusiasts will find plenty to do all along this varied and interesting stretch of European coastline. Visitors taking holidays along the Adriatic coast can visit Megalithic Stone Age monuments close to the city of Bari. There is also a fascinating Castel del Monte, a 13th Century structure which is a UNESCO listed monument. More ruins can be found in Pescara, this time from the Roman era, and the southern city is also a great destination for people seeking the wilder side of Italy's natural environment. The National Park here in the Abruzzo region is a great place to view some great scenery, but visitors staying in Adriatic Coast villas will have to watch out for the wolves and bears which still thrive here!
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Urbino is the place to visit for lovers of art on an Adriatic Coast holiday. The great painter Raphael was born here, and visitors can explore the legacy of the great Renaissance figure at several museums and venues in the town. Ravenna is another city worth venturing out of your Adriatic Coast holiday home for, where art lovers can see work from a different era, with some fine late Roman mosaics. Ravenna was also home to the ancient ethnic group the Etruscans, whose culture predates the Ro-mans. Visitors to Ravenna can still explore their history, as well as see Dante's Tomb and relics from the era of Gothic rule of the city. Towards the north of this coastal stretch lies Venice, a city which could keep a visitor entertained for a lifetime. Explore its bustling streets, its canals and architecture. Superb cuisine and a vibrant nightlife complement its cultural attractions.The whole coast has superb beaches and the clear waters of the Adriatic mean that there is plenty of opportunity to participate in water sports such as scuba diving. With such a long stretch of coastline to explore, with so many diverse destinations, it would be best to start booking one of the holidays Adriatic Coast Italy offers as a soon as possible.
Some more wonderful European seaside locations for your next beach holiday could be:
- Rent Costa de la Luz Apartments and discover peaceful holiday resorts, undisturbed sandy stretches and wonderful golden sand laying a carpet of gold dust for you to walk on...
- If you're looking for sizzling hot nightlife from your beach holidays, look no further than Canary Island Villas - come to Veronica’s Strip in Playa de las Americas, full of discos, bars and pubs that will cater for anyone's taste
- Choose Costa Tropical Villas and marvel at the sight of Salobreña resort, consisting of white buildings grouped together and resembling sugar cubes
- Stay in Ibiza Town Villas to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the port in Ibiza Town
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types on the Adriatic Coast are apartment rentals and house rentals. With 246,608 accommodations on the Adriatic Coast, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €28 on the Adriatic Coast. On average, accommodations on the Adriatic Coast will have a size of 106 m² (House rentals) and 54 m² (Apartment rentals).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals on the Adriatic Coast?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly accommodations on the Adriatic Coast. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €109 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations on the Adriatic Coast for a group. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.