Our Best Campsites In Italy
Popular with young families, Camping Weekend features a fantastic pool complex, stunning vistas of Lake Garda and a great choice of accommodation including luxury mobile homes and great glamping options.
Nestled between lush green hills and the picture perfect beaches of Sardinia, 4 Mori Village is popular with campers looking to relax, recharge and rejuvenate whilst also enjoying water sports.
The resort of Sant’Angelo Village, on the Adriatic coast, has a truly breath-taking aqua complex featuring numerous lagoon style swimming pools, slides and splash playgrounds. Visit the enchanting city of Venice if you can prise the kids away from the campsite.
A peaceful ambience flows through the air at Orlando in Chianti, a calming resort in the heart of Tuscany that is ideal for exploring the countryside and venturing into Florence or Pisa.
Things To Do When Camping In Italy
Our extensive range of campsites in Italy are located in diverse regions offering gorgeous natural beauty as well as fascinating history and remarkable tourist attractions.
If you book a stay at one of our Lake Garda campsites, you can indulge in a range of outdoor activities including water sports and hiking, whilst enjoying the option to take interesting side trips to Verona or Milan. Vineyards line the rolling hills of Tuscany, where captivating countryside separates the enchanting cities of Sienna, Florence and Pisa. Spend a day taking in the sights of the Leaning Tower, the Uffizi Gallery and much more, before dining on sumptuous regional cuisine.
Explore the ancient ruins and architecture of the capital Rome, or opt for a relaxing island holiday by the bright sandy beaches of Sardinia, a paradise for water sport fanatics. The romance of Venice can be coupled with a beach side stay on the Adriatic coast. Explore the cities canals, Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Square.
Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Italy
From the inviting lakes of Northern Italy to the serene Tuscan coastline, Italy’s regions are diverse and offer their own unique charms. You’ll find a strong identity in each area, and a real sense of pride.
For lovers of the great outdoors, there can be nothing better than pitching up on a camping trip on the shores of Lake Garda, Lake Maggiore or Lake Iseo. You’ll have the option between hiking around the waters or venturing into the welcoming woodland. The pine forests of the Adriatic coast offer natural beauty and plenty of sunshine. Stay in Venice for a chance to explore this lush region.
For a taste of rural Italy, the fresh air and sprawling countryside of Tuscany should be considered. You’ll be treated to gorgeous landscapes and the chance to visit the cities of Pisa and Florence.
The slow pace of life in Sardinia draws holidaymakers looking to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful camping holiday in Italy.