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Camping in Campania

13 campsites in Italy, Campania

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Village Camping Santa Fortunata is situated on the hillside just outside Sorrento among olive and lemon groves. There is plenty of shade but low hanging...

Camping Nettuno is owned and run by the friendly Mauro family, who speak excellent English. Nestled in the bay of Marina del Cantone, it is...

The Desiderio Camping site is located on the beautiful coast of Paestum, a city known worldwide for its archaeological area that is designated a UNESCO...

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...

This large, beautifully maintained seaside site is about 70 kilometres northwest of Naples within a pine forest, cleverly left in its natural state. Although it...

Camping Pineta Varca d’Oro is set in a Mediterranean pine wood and is close to the beach. The 90 touring pitches (80 sq.m) all have...

Set high above the sea, some pitches here have attractive views across the water. Access is via a very steep paved driveway with sharp bends...

A quiet place with very basic facilities, this little site is just across the road from Seiano marina and tiny beach (no views due to...

Village delle Sirene enjoys a fine seafront setting, on a hillside at Marina di Camerota in Campania. It is primarily a holiday village with around...

This pleasant shady site is just 3 km. from Sorrento centre and we have selected it because it is open all year and is conveniently...

The naming of this site is obvious once you discover it is just 50 metres from the entrance to the fantastic ruins at Pompeii (closer...

Due to increased volcanic activity in the area, this campsite is now closed, with no date set for re-opening. This is truly a unique site...

This is a rather basic site, but has the benefit of direct access to the beach. Most of the 120 touring pitches are undefined, but...

Campania

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.