On holiday with children in August: here are six destinations in Italy
1) Andalo and Molveno, Trentino
Going on holiday in the mountains is certainly a wonderful experience and allows you to take a breath from the scorching temperatures of August but you have to pay close attention to where you book because not all paths are suitable for families and not all walks and excursions are childproof. Andalo and Molveno, in Trentino, are two places loved by Italian families and beyond, precisely for their ability to offer all sorts of entertainment in nature, respecting family needs and safety that the presence of the little ones requires. The excursions range from the most demanding ones to those feasible even with the stroller, and then again play areas, lakes, panoramas, thematic itineraries … the assortment is vast and boredom-proof. Do not miss the path of Sciury the squirrel, to discover the secrets of the forest.
2) Val Chisone, Piedmont
Val Chisone is an Alpine valley in the metropolitan city of Turin which is wedged into the Cottian Alps. It begins in Pinerolo and ends in Sestriere and is home to many wonders of nature plus one, mammoth, man-made: the Fenestrelle Fort, a fortress also known as the great Piedmontese wall. Visiting the Fort is an exciting experience for the whole family and, in general, the whole area is perfect for hiking, trekking, cycling and nature walks accessible to all. Between Pinerolo and Turin there is also one of the most fascinating theme parks in Northern Italy because it is entirely dedicated to the animal world, Zoom Torino, where you can swim next to penguins and hippos separated only by a glass or have an aperitif looking the giraffes in the eye. on Savana Terrace.
3) San Vincenzo, Tuscany
Located in the heart of the Etruscan coast and therefore in a strategic position to reach cities of art such as Florence, Pisa, Siena and of course Rome, San Vincenzo is a Tuscan town that offers practically everything to satisfy the needs of a family looking for relaxation. from the cellars where you can enjoy tastings at the thermal baths to relax to the parks for physical activity, up to the medieval villages for some suggestive strolls. The beaches are wide and hide hidden coves, the sea is very clean, the locals are lovely. And for the children? Right here is one of the best equipped villages in all of Italy, the Park Albatros village, with its centuries-old pine forest, among igloo or Canadian tents, mini-caravans or attic campers.
4) Cervia, Emilia-Romagna
Long and wide sandy beaches, blue flag sea, family hotels, playgrounds: Cervia is certainly one of the Italian holiday capitals for the whole family, a place that has been hosting parents and children for decades and is therefore equipped to welcome them in the best of ways. ways and in the name of safety and fun. The long cycle path that runs along the entire seafront is perfect for a ride in the coolest hours of the day, the historic center is home to restaurants and ice cream parlors and the pine forest is a real green lung where you can relax and stroll. For the more curious, the Salt Museum is interesting, while children who are passionate about animals and nature will find the Butterfly House fun. The Pinetina mare baby family hotel is the ideal solution even for those with very young children.
5) Marina di Altidona, Marche
With its wonderful beach of sand mixed with pebbles and gravel and its comfortable cycle path, Marina di Altidona, in the Marche region, represents the peaceful and relaxing seaside resort par excellence, with well-equipped establishments and gently sloping sea beds, also suitable for guests. smaller (of course with adult supervision). The breakwater cliffs form real pools where you can play safely. Remarkable is the Riva Verde Camping Village Residence Acquapark, a camping village near Fermo that extends over a terraced area of 170 thousand square meters, completely surrounded by greenery, with a 4000 square meter water park equipped with 5 swimming pools, complete with a lagoon with castles and water games for children.
6) Marina di Pisticci, Basilicata
They call it the pearl of the Ionian coast and with good reason: Marina di Pisticci, just 30 minutes from the splendid Matera and a few kilometers from the archaeological area of Metaponto, is the ideal destination for those looking for a quiet and relaxing vacation spot but do not want to give up some detours of cultural interest in the surrounding area. With its golden beaches and shallow waters, it allows children to enjoy the sea safely, lulled by the scent of the surrounding pine forest. TH Marina di Pisticci, with its entertainment team specializing in shows, games, music and cabaret, is the ideal village to meet the needs of the whole family.
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