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  • Familien Zimmer

    Familien Zimmer

    Perfectly fits the needs of families. Various options are avalable, please talk to the Reception.

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    Room facilities:Babywanne, Bett mit Seitengeländer, Dusche, eigenes Badezimmer, Flaschenwärmer, Klimaanlage, Nachmittagssnack, Room service, Sicherheitstresor, Wlan

    Ein Familienzimmer hat meist alle notwendigen Einrichtungen für eine 4 köpfige Familie.

    Der Raum verfügt je nach Klassifizierung über Standard – oder gehobene Ausstattungen.

    Es wird oft besonderer Wert auf kleinere Kinder gelegt, damit diese sich in einem Familienzimmer wohlfühlen.

    Wegen der Einzelheiten und Details empfehlen wir direkt das Hotel oder die Unterkunft zu kontaktieren.

    Bed size:1 double bed and 1 - 3 single beds/cots

    Room size:suitable for families

Auf einen Blick

Hotel Adria begrüßt Sie einen 2-minütigen Spaziergang von seinem Privatstrand in Lignano Sabbiadoro mit kostenfreien Liegestühlen und Sonnenschirmen entfernt.

Freuen Sie sich auf kostenfreien Fahrradverleih und WLAN in der Lobby.

Die Zimmer sind klimatisiert und verfügen über Sat-TV und ein eigenes Bad mit kostenfreien Pflegeprodukten und einem Haartrockner.

Einige Zimmer besitzen einen Balkon.

Ein reichhaltiges Frühstücksbuffet erwartet Sie jeden Morgen im Adria Hotel. Das Restaurant ist zum Mittag- und Abendessen geöffnet und bietet täglich ein Menü mit regionalen Spezialitäten.

Der Garten lädt zum Entspannen ein und Kinder können sich im großen Spielbereich vergnügen


  • Animation
  • Babybett vorhanden
  • Babynahrung
  • Bett mit Seitengeländer
  • Book online
  • Dusche
  • eigenes Badezimmer
  • Fernseher
  • Flaschenwärmer
  • Haustiere erlaubt
  • in der Stadt
  • inklusive Frühstück
  • Kaffee / Tee
  • Kinderbesteck
  • Klimaanlage
  • Mini Club
  • Rabatt für Vergnügungsparks
  • Sicherheitstresor
  • Strandsicht
  • Vegetarisches Essen
  • Wlan


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- Friuli Venezia Giulia

- Friuli Venezia Giulia

This region is situated in Italy’s northeast and borders Slovenia and Austria
Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes. 
The impressive Carso plateau is formed by windswept rocks, and soil erosion has created a series of caves, hollows and resurgences over time. 

The mountain sceneries of the Eastern Dolomites are truly spectacular: the Carnia and the Julian Alps, in addition to the lakes, valleys and protected areas. 
From its boundary with Veneto up to Monfalcone, the coast is trimmed with lagoons and has long sandy beaches, with several tourist resorts like famous Lignano Sabbiadoro. The coast is rocky, rather, from Monfalcone to Trieste . 

The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory. For this reason, Friuli Venezia Giulia looks like a small universe with many different traditions: it is the “land of contrasts”. 

Sport & Natur

Sport & NaturThe unadulterated environment of Friuli Venezia Giulia offers thousands of opportunities for an unforgettable vacation filled with physical activity, wellness and relaxation, and fun. From the Dolomites to the Prealps and the Carnic Alps, the mountains of this region are a perfect place for those who love winter sports from skiing and snowboarding to climbing, ice skating and trekking. Well-known ski resorts like Tarvisio, Piancavallo, Sauris and Sella Nevea offer miles of slopes and modern facilities among impressive, rocky massifs and enchanting sceneries. From the lagoon of Grado to Lignano Sabbiadoro, the sandy beaches and the limpid sea make it possible to spend relaxing holidays among exciting beach volleyball matches, water skiing, windsurfing, sailing, long bicycle rides and water games in amusing water parks. Then, you can enjoy the nightlife: clubs, pubs and restaurants.
There is also plenty of choice for golf courses all over the region, all amidst amazing landscapes.
The several protected areas of the region reveal imposing and picturesque sceneries for hiking and walking nature routes, either trekking or mountain biking:
the Cavanata Valley Reservation, also good for birdwatching; the Miraramare sea reserve, perfect for scuba diving; the Natural Park of the Dolomites, the realm of mountaineering and climbing, and the Carnic hills, ideal for horseback riding.

Still, many other routes for discovering nature in its most pristine sense abound:
the steep promontory of the Carso, among calcareous rocks and caves; the banks of the Tagliamento and other rivers; or in Carnia, where nature is combined with history, amid the ruins of forts, galleries and other vestiges of the First World War.

Spass & Essen

Spass & EssenThe cooking traditions Friuli Venezia Giulia are influenced by the Slavic, central European and Venetian cultures. The cuisine relies on simple recipes and genuine ingredients: meat, dairy, sausages and legumes, used to create tasty specialties.

Some typical dishes of the area are polenta, “porcina”, a dish made with boiled pork meat and sausages served with sauerkrauts and mustard, and the several soups rich in vegetables and legumes.

The most important typical product of the region is Prosciutto of San Daniele, well-known and exported worldwide, followed by Montasio cheese and Sauris smoked ham. Among the salame and pork meats produced in Friuli, we can find varying salames, soppressa, sausages and musèt con la brovada, (cotechino pork sausage served with turnips soured with marc).

The most famous regional dessert is called gubana, a shell of pastry stuffed with dried fruit.

Strudels and fruit cakes are delicious as well. The tasty traditional dishes of the area are accompanied by a rich production of high-quality red and white wines, like Refosco, Terrano, Malvasia, Tocai and Rebula. Friuli Venezia Giulia is also renowned for its distillates, including traditional and flavored grappas.

Kultur und Geschichte

Kultur und GeschichteOne of the most glimmering jewels of the region is the ancient town of Aquileia, one of the most important towns of the Roman Empire. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is rich in vestiges: from the forum to the ruins of the river port and the basilica, it is also one of the most important examples of early Christian art. The Dolomites, another addition to the UNESCO World Heritage List, are a highly valuable natural monument and offer extremely charming sceneries and colors, both in winter and in summer: crystal-clear water stretches, snow-covered peaks and lush valleys.

From the Karst Plateau to the sea, Trieste conceals innumerable beauties - old cafés, neoclassical buildings along the Grand Canal and other monuments revealing the fascination of this central European city and its glorious past.

Another unmissable destination is cosmopolitan Gorizia, with its Medieval castle that recalls centuries of history. Udine is no less charming, with its ancient castle and the precious works of Giambattista Tiepolo. Finally, Pordenone is well worth a visit, with its ancient buildings and the Corso, lined by typical long arcades.

Several other towns and small villages enrich the region with their art and traditions. Grado is peculiar for its Venetian-style old town center; the small town of San Daniele, for its beautiful frescoes and the Church of Sant’Antonio; and Cividale del Friuli, for being the seat of the first Lombard dukedom in Italy.