Forli is a historic town with abundant attractions in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna Region. It is located close to the Adriatic Sea coast and the popular resort towns of Cesenatico and Rimini. Forli is noted for its historic buildings and San Mercuriale Abbey is the highlight of these. It currently houses the Sepulchre of Barbara Manfredi.
Forli Airport provides a convenient access point to Emilia-Romagna. People wishing to start their holidays as soon as they arrive can pre-book motorhome hire at Forli Airport. Several well-known suppliers provide service at the airport. There are a few campervan sites on the outskirts of Forli and a much better selection close to the Adriatic.
Forli: Suggested Camping Van Routes
A cultural odyssey to Bologna and Florence. Bar Pineta Camping del Lago is in a picturesque lakeside setting between the two cities. Camping Village Internazionale Firenze is on the edge of Florence. After visiting city highlights including the Uffizi Gallery, the site’s pool is a welcome sight.
From Ravenna to Lidio di Savio, Rimini and beyond takes travellers past some of the finest beaches in the region. At Milano Marittima, Camping Romagna is a great campervan site within reach of beaches and Mirabilandia Theme Park. Camping Maximum is a verdant oasis near Riccione and Rimini.
Veneto del Delta del Po Park is north on the Adriatic and is a pristine location with nature reserves, fossil dunes and beautiful beaches among its delights. Barricata Holiday Village and Camping Vittoria are two high-quality campsites with full amenities including swimming pools and playgrounds.
About the airport
Forli Airport was a hub for budget airlines until closing to passengers in 2013. It has been revamped and is now focussing on scheduled airline services. The airport is only a few minutes’ drive from both downtown Forli and the nearest interchange with the A14 motorway. The A14 runs from Bologna all the way down the Adriatic coast to Foggia and Bari. The motorway gives people using motorhomes a good primary route to destinations throughout the region.