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A serene but sociable resort, Campsite Orbetello is situated in southern Tuscany, on a scenic strip of land between the inviting waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea and Orbetello lagoon. Pitch perfect for sunny holidays in Maremma in Italy, the campsite has a wealth of amenities and the added bonus of access to private beach.
Along with the opportunity to swim in the crystal-clear waters of the sea, holidaymakers on a stay at Orbetello can enjoy the site’s wonderful pool complex. Comprising of a main pool, Jacuzzi bath and a couple of paddling pools, the aquatic amenity is blessed with a spacious English style lawn and wooden sun terrace.
Campers who enjoy staying active on their holiday will appreciate the numerous things to do in and around the campsite. Located onsite, recreational amenities include a football pitch and ping-pong tables, while diving, horse riding and beach volleyball is possible in the local area. Entertainment for kids includes a lively Mini-Club catering to 4-12-year-olds, while family friendly events throughout the day and night include baby discos, theme parties, live music and much more.
Featuring an inviting terrace, the resort’s restaurant has a varied menu offering local cuisine that makes good use of meat, fish and vegetables, as well as classic Italian dishes such as pizza and pasta. Kids will love the tasty desserts on offer and adults can savour lovely wines from the local area. Other useful amenities onsite include a supermarket, souvenir shop and bar.
The ambiance of the resort is best described as soothing and serene, and this atmosphere can be strongly felt around the emplacements where our range of modern mobile homes make their home.
Around Orbetello Campsite
One of the best places to admire the natural beauty of the region is in the Natural Park of Maremma, a sprawling protected area located 6 miles from the campsite. The park is a great place for enthusiasts of outdoor activities as it features woodland walks, cycling routes, fishing lakes and an interesting visitor centre.
Fabulous panoramic views of the colourful Tuscan coastline and bracing fresh air is the reward for hikers who climb to the summit of Monte Argentario. Other worthwhile day trips include a boat trip to the beautiful island of Giglio or a visit to Porto Ercole which is home to the Royal Family’s holidaying residence.
For a rejuvenating and relaxing day out, head to the spa town of Saturina and its famous thermal springs.
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Via dei Giannella 166
Tuscany - ITALY