Marina di Venezia Camping Village


    • Are dogs allowed to the Camping Village?

      The campsite has an area reserved exclusively for guests with dogs. A maximum number of 3 dogs per pitch or accommodation unit is permitted in the Marina 8000 and 71/72 areas or in the Rex Lodges.

    • Does the dog have access to all areas of the campsite?

      Dogs may access all roads of the campsite, preferably using the main roads, and must be kept on a leash at all times. They may not enter the supermarket, the AquaMarina Park, the toilets and all places where expressly indicated. Near Marina 8000 there is an area for them to walk and run freely.

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    • Are dogs allowed on the beach?

      Yes, guests who wish to bring their dogs to the beach may do so only within the designated area at the Gate 0 exit, keeping them on a leash at all times. Here you will also find a bathing area for dogs.

    • Can I take my dog to reastaurants and cafes?

      Within the Camping Village, dogs are allowed in all cafes and restaurants. In the three beach bars and in the beach restaurant, as per city hall ordinance, dogs are not allowed.

    • Does the dog always have to be on a leash?

      Yes, dogs must be kept on a leash at all times inside the campsite and on the dog beach. The dog keeper must always carry a muzzle.

    • What documents and vaccinations are needed for the dogs?

      When checking in, you must present the passport of all dogs travelling with you. For dogs of guests residing outside Italy, rabies vaccination is mandatory, or they won't be allowed access to the campsite.

    • Can I take my dog to Venice?

      Yes, you can go to Venice with your dog, as long as you bring a muzzle and the dog is kept on a leash at all times.

    • Is there a vet on the campsite?

      Yes, the Camping Village has a 'Doctor Dog' veterinary service for a fee. The vet is present every day in high season, except on Sundays, as per the timetable displayed at the 'Doctor Dog' point at the entrance to Marina 8000 area. In the event of an emergency, please contact the reception.

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