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Marina Julia Camping Village

Nature, sport, relaxation and fun... Enjoy your holiday at Villaggio Albatros in Marina Julia, directly on the Adriatic Sea between Gorizia and Trieste, in the middle of a region rich in art and culture.THE SEAA shady pine-wood surrounds the sandy beach with its low coast and gradually deeper water, which is particularly suitable for children and at the same time it is a heaven for windsurfers and kite surfers.SPORT & FUNOlympian pool, baby pool, diving pool + 10 m platform, tennis, mini golf, volleyball, basketball, soccer, beach volley, table-tennis.CHILDRENBaby pool, two play grounds, miniclub, mini golf, entertainment for the youngest who can play safely and freely.FACILITESRestaurant, pizzeria, bar, bazaar, mini market, info point, internet point.
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Dei Legionari Airport8 km
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We stayed a week at the end if the school holidays. It was a mixed bag with good and bad.

Good - great pools, including diving pool which was very popular. Pools are mainly deep, so probably better for kids who can swim already.

Bad - rip off prices for loungers at 3 Euro per l
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11 nights were over before we knew. We visited with our kids from 6 and 9 and went because of the pool and tower as both kids are divers. The pool is large compared with the resort. That's good as that makes it not to crowded. Only at the weekend a large number of locals does vis
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My family stayed here for 5 nights, and i am never going back.

The camp itself is messy, with a Lot of old campers thrown together. Someplaces it looks like a gypsycamp.
The mobilehomes are stacked without any clear plan. This shows when u need to park the car. Some can park in
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I stayed at the site in July with my husband and kids (10, 14 and 16). We stayed in an Alfresco caravan which was very clean. The covered decking which was great. The reps were helpful and had games, balls etc to borrow. The caravans are all in a wooded area which was good in the
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It was a very child friendly and active place.
The beach is not the best,but in the camping all the programs and animator are perfect.
Pools are nice,music is great🤘😀
They have tent places,plastic bungalows and stone houses.
We loved this camping however the beach is not nice..
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Situazione di gran parte delle maniglie dei bagni / docce
Chiusura porta doccia con test (indovina come si chiude ?)
Mancava completamente il lavandino
Is there a nearby sandy beach?
The beach at the site was a bit shingly with a grass area behind it. The sea was fine for swimming, sandy and shallow. I think there are sandy beaches around 10 miles away.
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hi there - anyone know is it the Venice m polo airport you would fly into from Dublin, what is the cheapest way to get to the campsite from that airport ?
hi there - anyone know is it the Venice m polo airport you wuld fly into from Dublin, what is the cheapest way to get to the campsite from that airport ?
Well, camp is 5-6 km far from rail station, there are public buses, I found some on moovit website (starting point Monfalcone and Marina Julia camping village as ending point). Town is small and isn`t famous so it shouldn`t be expensive by taxi, neither. Better ask staff from Marina Julia camping village, go on site - they are professional should answer soon. Regards
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Do you have to bring your own tennis racquets or are they provided please?
Hi, I`m not sure...they have sport equipments and most of it are for free (mini-golf sticks and balls, table tennis, etc.) It`s better to ask them. Tripadvisor doesn`t allow to post website links, so just find Marina Julia Villagio Albatros contact and ask them. They are very kind and professional. Regards, Milan
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I'm thinking of coming here with my family this summer. We have 3 kids (10, 14, 16). Is there much for the older two to do, both on site and nearby (day trips etc)? Also, is a car recommended? Thanks
Hi Eliz, camp is ideally for familiy fun, and each can find something to do : on the beach windsurfing and kitesurfing, walking on nearby natural reserve with wild horses, or you can enjoy in camp entertaining such as soccer, basket, tenis, volleyball fields, mini-golf. For older kids could be more interesting video gaming-room, for sure, but for all kids the most fun is swimming pools area, with new aqua park (slides and lazy river), jumping tower on diving pool and for swimming is available olimpic and kids pool....my kids (12 and 8) was on whole-day jumping mode :) aqua park built on July 2017, so we late...there is also animation organized daily on pools (Despacito again and again) and funny family games in night... Frankly, sea on nearby beach is poor (swampy shallow with sea grass) but there is excellent Sistiana beach 9 km away, Portopiccolo fantastic resort area and dozen hidden, small beaches along Trieste riviera for discovering. Trieste area is known as hiking and biking desirable route, and perfect for that is Napoleonic way, easy trail that offers beautiful panoramic sea and mountain views. It is carso area also, so it is great fun to visit Trieste nearby Grotta Gigante, world greatest cave that can be tourist visited. My special advice is to discover Trieste : it is small Vienna on the sea, with meditarenian charm and old-school elegance... discover small places for eat, drink, dance (tango for example) and looking at relaxing sunset....Visiting castles Miramare (white jewel surrounded by wood and botanic gardens) and Duino (on the edge of clif).... And the best part : Venice is only 130 km away from camp. Try ultimate family adventure : see and sail through Venice in Kayak ! So yes, for all this funnies it is more comfortable to experiance it by car but if not, public transport is well organized and you can combo with bike rentals also. Regards, Milan
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"all accommodations, mobile homes, bungalows, campsites are close to the pool/beach so the location on the site does not matter that much."
"Stone houses are better"
"Spacey and clean Bungalow (2 rooms, dining room, kithen, bathroom)"
US$39 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyFriuli Venezia GiuliaProvince of GoriziaMarina Julia
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