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Camping in Italy

Campings in Italy

Camping holiday in Italy

When looking for a perfect destination for a fabulous family camping holiday, Italy seems to have it all. Spectacular nature, from the rolling green landscapes of Tuscany and the stunning setting of the Italian lakes, to a sun seekers paradise filled with the endless broad beaches of Liguria and the Adriatic coast. Culture and history lovers are in dreamland here with Italy being home to some of Europe’s greatest cities, such as Rome, Florence, Venice, Verona and Milan, filled with many of the world's greatest works of art and architecture. Foodies will delight in the best homemade ice cream in the world, the freshest of pizzas and fabulous Italian wine from the north to the south. Take a ride in a gondola in Venice, play at gladiators in the Colosseum and lean on the tower of Pizza. Wherever you stay at a campsite in Italy, a memorable holiday is guaranteed!

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    Campsite by the sea or a lake in Italy

    When you stay at a campsite in Italy you are never far from a lot of family fun by the water. From the delightful broad beaches of the Italian Riviera in Liguria, the stunning seaside villages of the Cinque Terre, to the  Adriatic coast, which runs from Rimini to Puglia. Beach bums are spoiled with numerous resorts such as Rimini, Vernazza, Amalfi, San Remo. Fresh water lovers cool off in the breathtakingly beautiful Italian lakes of Como, Maggiore and Lake Garda. For a little bit of the high life head for the sophistication of the Amalfi coast and explore the popular towns of Portofino and Sorrento. Want to holiday at a campsite with children? Then visit the lovely islands of Sicily or Sardinia. You can walk straight from your campsite there onto soft sandy beaches with azure waters. 

    Great trips for all the family from your campsite in Italy

    There are lots of great trips you can make near your campsite in Italy. Fans of retail therapy head for Milan, home to some of the world’s leading fashion brands. Wine lovers can take their pick from almost any part of the country. Head for Piedmont for Bardolino, Tuscany for chianti and Veneto for Prosecco.  Want to treat the kids to a great day out near your campsite? Then visit one of the numerous amusement parks, water parks or theme parks in Italy. You’ll find one near almost every major city. Alternatively, combine some history with a lot of fun and go to one of the many fabulous sights that Italy has, such as the leaning tower of Pisa, the Colosseum, Florence Cathedral, Duomo di Milano, the Doge's Palace or a trip to Mt Vesuvius.      

    Cultural highlights near your campsite in Italy. Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan and Naples.

    Culture lovers are in for a treat when camping in Italy. No matter where you go in Italy there are always great places to visit near your campsite. Visiting Milan?  Then a trip to admire da Vinci's last supper or a night at the Scala opera are a must. Lovers of Renaissance art head for Florence in Tuscany, to admire works by Botticelli and Raphael in the Uffizi gallery. When near Rome, visit the impressive Colosseum, and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. Camping further down south near Naples? Then soak up the marvelous history of the Pompeii ruins. Going to stay at a campsite near Venice? Then stroll past Saint Peter’s Square and witness the majesty of Saint Peter’s Basilica. Fans of Shakespeare go to the city of Verona to stand on the original balcony where Juliet was serenaded by Romeo.

    Campsites in the beautiful countryside of Italy

    Italy has some of Europe’s most stunning countryside and holidaying at a campsite there means enjoying the splendour of the rolling green landscapes of Tuscany, with its olive groves, vineyards and rugged Apennine Mountains.  Admiring the majesty of the magnificent Lake Maggiore, Lake Garda and Lake Como.  Delighting in the marvellous mountains, like the Alps, Dolomites and Apennines.  Cycle along the fabulous flatlands of Emilia-Romagna, hike through the charming Foresta Umbra in Puglia and trek through the stunning valleys of the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso in Valle d’Aosta.  Fans of a sea view can stay at a campsite on the Italian Riviera in lovely Liguria , with its colorful fishing villages of the Cinque Terre and stylish town of Portofino. Watersports lovers head for the amazing Adriatic coast, which stretches for 1249 km from Trieste near Venice to Otranto down in the heel of Puglia.