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Highlights Adriatic Sea
- Cultural visit to the National Archaeological Museum
- Visit to the Venerable Adriatic Cathedral
- Excursion to the garden Giardini Scarpari
- Hike along the Po Delta
- Family trip to the zoo Valcorba
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Vacation rentals in Adria
The small Italian town Adria has many holiday accommodations in the Mediterranean architectural style ready for you. Whether you are travelling alone, with a partner or with the whole family, within the province of Rovigo you can choose the accommodation that suits your needs best. An air-conditioned apartment in the city centre of Adria is recommended for a sporty single holiday including use of the adjacent fitness centre. The idyllic city balcony of a romantically furnished holiday apartment allows you, as a couple in love, to enjoy the view over the awakening community every morning. For a family holiday of a special kind, you decide on a vacation rental in the country with a practically furnished kitchen and unlimited use of the garden.
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Location and orientation
The small Italian town of Adria lies within the province of Rovigo and belongs to the northern Italian region of Veneto. The Etruscan city is located in the immediate vicinity of the Po Delta, the mouth of the longest Italian river and the second longest river, the Adige. Together with its numerous neighbouring municipalities of Villanova Marchesana, Villadose and Taglio di Po, San Martino di Venezze, Pettorazza Grimani and Papozze, as well as Loreo, Gavello, Corbola Ceregnano and Cavarzere, the Mediterranean province around the Adriatic Sea offers numerous cultural attractions to interested tourists.
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Archaeological excavations show that the Adriatic Sea was a pile-dwelling settlement with Greek, Venetian and Etruscan population elements.
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Located close to your vacation rental in downtown Adria, an extensive museum visit is recommended to refresh your historical knowledge. The National Archaeological Museum with all its ancient exhibits is a cultural highlight. In the modern rooms you will be impressed by impressive busts, well-preserved excavations and restored rock finds from Roman times. Discover the artistic diversity of Roman frescoes and learn more about the Etruscan people as committed founders of the small town of Adria.2nd visit of the venerable Adriatic Cathedral
Experience the beauty of the Roman Catholic landmark in the heart of Adriatic during a visit to the venerable Adriatic Cathedral. The special core of the Adriatic Cathedral can be seen when looking inside the church: As the former seat of the "Diocese of Adriatic", the new church building in honour of Saint Peter and Paul was erected in the early 19th century on the foundations of a 14th century cathedral. During a stability test of the old stud work carried out in 1830, the experts uncovered a Byzantine vault together with several frescoes. Also visit the cathedral and admire a Byzantine relief from the 6th century and a sacristy with elaborately carved wall cupboards by Jacopo Piazetta.3rd excursion to the garden Giardini Scarpari
Although your cozy vacation rental already has an idyllic garden, a trip to the gardens of Giardini Scarpari near the city is worthwhile. Also known as the "Green Heart of Adriatic", you can relax by strolling through the park and looking out over the fresh green of the well-kept lawns, hedges and trees. Stop at the fountain in the middle of the green area and take in the tastefully designed amphorae and stone busts inside the complex. The massive stone benches under the open pergola in Roman classicist style invite you to enjoy the Italian sun with a good book or a ciabatta.4th hike along the Po Delta
The Podelta, with its beautiful natural landscape, offers you a hiking paradise worth seeing in Veneto. Explore a pristine world of lush reed meadows, promontories, shallow arms and small islands around the estuary. As an experienced bird lover or photographer, explore the fascination of the bird species living there, such as the grey and purple heron, wading bird or flamingo. From one of the observation towers you have a breathtaking panoramic view over the wild landscape of this Italian national park. A canoe or kayak trip on one of the quiet rivers is a real insider tip. From the water you can reach remote corners and experience the Podelta from a completely new perspective.5th family trip to the zoo Valcorba
Take advantage of the proximity to Adriatic's neighbouring town of Rivogo and spend some nice hours with your family in the Valcorba Zoo. The spacious zoo area offers you numerous enclosures and animal attractions as well as a playground where the little ones can let off steam to their heart's content. Stroll through the zoo on a sunny day and see black panthers, cat-like leopards, majestic lions and wild tigers - some of the most dangerous predators on the African continent. Before your animal day trip lures you back to your home apartment, enjoy a delicious Bratwurst with a large portion of French fries together with your children in the park.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Adriatic Sea
Adriatic Sea is one of the cheapest regions in Italy. An overnight stay there costs on average $155.87 per night.
]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Adriatic Sea are January ($132.73 the average per night for accommodation), October ($139.58), and November ($140.12).
When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Adriatic Sea, the months when you will pay the most are, in order of highest to lowest, August, July and April, with average prices per night of $200.8, $184.17, and $163.99, respectively.
When going on vacation to Adriatic Sea, it is necessary to plan ahead as 52% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
May, April and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 67%, 58%, and 56.5%.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Adriatic Sea are, in order, August (with 30.4% of available rentals), December (41%), and November (41.25%).
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