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Camping in Lombardy

12 campsites in Italy, Lombardy

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Lake Idro, one of the smaller of the northern Italian lakes, is tucked away in the mountains to the west of Lake Garda. Rio Vantone...

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2020, 2019

Covelo has a superb lakeside location and is one of the friendliest family sites we have visited in Italy. It is three hundred metres long...

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2019, 2018

Camping del Sole is, in our opinion, one of Italy’s best family sites. It lies on the southern edge of Lake Iseo, just outside the...

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2021

At the eastern end of Lake Lugano, Camping Darna is in a broad valley with a great view down the lake and mountains on all...

Citta di Milano is the only campsite within Milan. The site has everything a camper looks for: restaurant, bar, sauna, good sanitary facilities, lots of...

On the shore of Lago d’Iseo, one of the lesser known of the Italian Lakes, this campsite is part of a large tourist complex close...

Parkcamping Maccagno Lagocamp is a delightful small site with immediate access to the shores of Lake Maggiore and a shingle beach. With hills on each...

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2018

La Riva lies on a waterway at the northern end of Lake Como. It is surrounded by mountains, close to the nature reserve of Pian...

Camping La’Vedo is a small, friendly unpretentious campsite located between the busy main SS340 road and a forested area bordering Lake Como. This is a...

This is a delightful site next to a small lake in a wetland nature reserve, surrounded by tree-clad slopes with views of distant mountain peaks...

Au Lac du Como is situated in a most pleasant location at the head of Lake Como, in the centre of the village of Sorico...

Camping Punta d’Oro, just outside the town of Iseo in the southeast corner of the lake, is a small, tranquil campsite. It has been run...

Lombardy

The region of Lombardy stretches from the Alps, on the border with Switzerland, down past the romantic lakes of Como and Maggiore to the broad, flat plain of river Po. One of the most developed resorts in Italy, its major draw is the beautiful scenic lakes. Surrounded by abundant vegetation Lake Como is set in an idyllic landscape of mountains; tall peaks that seem to rise directly from the water edge.