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Just forty minutes from Florence and an hour from Pisa, this site is beautifully situated high in the Tuscan hills close to the fascinating town...

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The Norcenni Girasole Club is a brilliant, busy and well run resort style site in a picturesque, secluded location with great views of Tuscan landscapes...

Cleverly set into two sides of a valley like an amphitheatre, some of the pitches here have glorious views over Tuscany to the sea and...

Campsite La Liccia is a campsite in Santa Teresa Gallura, Olbia-Tempio; situated on a hill overlooking a very long white sandy beach ( a 1...

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2020, 2018

This pleasant site is in a superb location with magnificent views over Lake Bracciano and Castello Odescalchi. Although it was busy when we visited, it...

Nestled in the River Avisio valley at an altitude of 1,450 yards in Pozza di Fassa, The family-run Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten offers 158 touring pitches...

This part of Italy is becoming better known by those wishing to spend time by a lake in the splendid countryside, but away from the...

This site is 13 kilometres northwest of Pescara and lies just back from the coast about 2 km. up a long and very steep hill...

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2018

Camping River is a large oblong site on the banks of the Magna river but only the swimming pool/entertainment area has river views. It provides...

This large, family owned site is set some way back from the beach near Paestum and the important ancient Greek temples of ancient Poseidon, built...

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2018

I Pini was built a few years ago by a family of experienced campers and is now part of the Elite Club Vacance group. The...

Altomincio Family Park is situated alongside the River Mincio, 7 km. south of Lake Garda. There is a power station nearby with tall chimneys. This...

This is a small, family owned site with limited facilities, situated some 550 metres from the beach in an old olive orchard and charging average...

Located on the so-called Isola Varano, a long strip of land less than a kilometre wide with a sandy Adriatic beach on one side and...

Formerly named Toscana Colliverdi, Camping Panorama del Chianti has undergone some development. A small country hillside site in Tuscany, it has space for 61 large...

This large, traditional, lakeside site is a merger of two different sites with the result that the 354 pitches (about 175 for touring units) appear...

This spacious city site was established in 1993 on the edge of the Trade Fair Centre of this ancient and historic city and is very...

On the edge of Lake Bracciano, the source of Rome’s water supply, is this small, typically Italian campsite. It has 72 small touring pitches out...

This site is 18 km. northwest of Trieste, at the top of an 80 metre cliff, and it has superb views over the Sistiana Bay...

Camping Saint Michael is a pleasant, family owned site and is quietly situated close to the Migliarino National Park and around 600 m. from a...

Basilicata

Southern Italy forms the lower boot of the Italian peninsula, containing the ankle (Abruzzo and Molise and southern Lazio), the toe (Calabria), and the heel (Apulia). On the eastern coast is the Adriatic Sea, leading into the rest of the Mediterranean through the Strait of Otranto. On the Adriatic, south of the spur of the boot, the peninsula of Monte Gargano, the Gulf of Salerno, the Gulf of Naples, and the Gulf of Gaeta are each named after a large coastal city.