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25 campsites in Italy, Lazio

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Camping Village Roma

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Perched high on a hilltop on the edge of Rome, the site is owned by the Cardini/Vanucchi family, who have other quality city sites in...

Camping Azzurro

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...

Camping Roma Flash

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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...

Camping Internazionale Castelfusano

This site is ideally situated for a beach holiday, with easy access across the road to a lovely, long sandy beach. Ostia is just ...

hu I Pini Camping

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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...

Fabulous Camping Village

Fabulous Camping Village is a venture by the 'Human' Company. Purchased a number of years ago, the re-developments are now complete and they have created...

Happy Village & Camping

Happy Village and Camping is a smart, pleasant site set on a hillside with great views from the upper reaches where the hub of the...

Camping Village Roma Capitol

Camping Village Roma Capitol is located in the heart of the Castel Fusano Pinewood Protected nature Reserve in Ostia Antica. This site is ideal for...

Camping Internazionale Lago di Bracciano

Lago di Bracciano is just 47 km. from the centre of Rome. The site is of a size that provides excellent opportunities for watersports and...

Rambla Beach Resort Campsite

This is a pleasant small site of only 70 pitches, half for seasonal units and half for tourers. These are set randomly among the seasonal...

Flaminio Village Camping Bungalow Park

Flaminio Village Camping Bungalow Park is a high quality campsite near Rome, with many flowers, shrubs and trees giving some shade. Being 400 metres from...

Camping Valdisole

Camping Valdisole is on the banks of Lake Bolsena, with walks, horse riding, water sports and historic estate visits all nearby, and plenty of comfy...

Lido Camping Village

Lido Camping Village is located on the edge of Lake Bolsena, 1.5 km. south of the fascinating town of Bolsena. This landscaped site has a...

Camping Pionier Etrusco

This family run site has 250 pitches (with 3A electricity), just under half of which are used for seasonal units. On sandy ground, all the...

Camping Porticciolo

This is a small, family run site. Useful for visiting Rome, it has its own private beach on the lake and is overlooked by the...

Holiday Village (Fondi)

This site is now very restricted for touring units with only six small pitches available. However, Fondi is midway between Rome and Naples, 300 m...

California International Camping Village

The first vision of California Camping on the approach is the excellent lagoon-style pool complex with its bridges and large fountain surrounded by palms. All...

Campeggio Europa

Terracina is a seaside town between Rome and Naples, with wide, tree-lined avenues leading to a popular sandy beach. Campeggio Europa lies just two kilometres...

Camping Seven Hills Village

Close to Rome, this site has both quiet and lively areas on steep slopes set in a delightful, lush green valley, flanked by two of...

Blu International Camping

This is a small, rustic site divided by the access road to the beach. The very basic amenities could be stretched at busy times. Access...


Lazio lies between the Apennines and the Tyrrhenian Sea, with the Pontine marshes in the south and wooded hills in the north. Home to the historic city of Rome it also has numerous lakes and coastal resorts which provide the perfect antidote to the heat of the city and its crowds.


Rome, the capital city of Italy, is crammed full of history, boasting a dazzling array of architectural and artistic masterpieces of the ancient world. Within Rome lies the Vatican City, the world capital of Catholicism, ruled by the Pope, Europe’s only absolute monarch. It’s also the world’s smallest state, occupying 43 hectares within high walls watched over by guards. More historical sites can be found just outside Rome, including the ruins of Villa Adriana, just outside the hilltown of Tivoli. Once a favoured resort of the ancient Romans, the town is also home to the 16th-century Villa d’Este, renowned for its beautiful gardens. Nearby Ostia Antica boasts one of the finest Roman sites. For 600 years it was the busy, main port of Rome, and the site is well preserved. 

Viterbo, in the north, is a medieval town with grand palaces and churches enclosed by preserved medieval walls. For recreation, there are numerous lakes including Lakes Bolsena, Bracciano, Vico and Albano. These lakes were created by volcanic activity which also left Lazio with hot springs, most notably those around Tivoli and Fiuggi. Popular coastal resorts include Sperlonga, Anzio and Nettuno, with some of the best beaches lying between Gaeta and Sabaudia.

Lazio has five provinces: Frosinone, Latina, Rieti, Roma and Viterbo. 


Places of interest


Anguillara: Pretty medieval lake town on the shore of Lake Bracciano.

Bolsena: Lakeside beach resort on Lake Bolsena with medieval castle.

Caprarola: Medieval village 4 km. from Lake Vico, with grandiose Renaissance villa.

Fiuggi: Spa town.

Rome: Colosseum, Forum, Palatine Hill, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, the list is endless.

Sermoneta: Pretty hilltown overlooking the Pontine Plains, with medieval houses, palaces and churches.

Tarquinia: Archaeology museum, frescoed tombs of the necropolis.

Vatican City: St Peter’s church, Sistine Chapel with famous painted ceiling by Michelangelo, museums.


Cuisine of the region

Pasta is eaten with a variety of sauces including aglio e olio (garlic and oil), cacio e pepe (percorino cheese and black pepper) and alle vongole (with baby clams). The well known dish spaghetti alla carbonara was first devised in Rome. Fish and offal are popular. Mushrooms and, in particular, artichokes (carciofi) are used in a variety of dishes, and rosemary, sage and garlic are used frequently for seasoning. Local wines include Frascati and Torre Ercolana, one of the few red wines produced in Lazio. Fresh drinking water is freely available in the numerous fountains scattered around Rome.

Risotto alla Romana: Rice with sauce of liver, sweetbreads and Marsala.

Saltimbocca: Veal with ham and sage.

Torta di Ricotta: Cheesecake made with ricotta, Marsala and lemon.