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Camping in Puglia

16 campsites in Italy, Puglia

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In the south of Italy, The Residence Camping Atlantide is a modern site just 5 kms from the city of Monopoli and is set beside...

The western shoreline of Puglia offers beaches of excellent quality, interspersed with small villages and some holiday complexes. The Baia di Gallipoli campsite is in...

Diomedee is situated at the far end of the Gargano peninsula, close to the Foresta Umbra, and is part of a chain. The site has...

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2022, 2021

There are some campsites where you can be comfortable, have all the amenities at hand and still feel you are connecting with nature. Under the...

Located near the Torre Sabea and within an ancient farm, this site provides pitches under pinewood. During the low seasons most pitches are unmarked in...

The large Camping Torre Rinalda is situated directly on the outskirts of the town by the same name. On site (measuring 15.5 ha) there are...

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...

Peschici is situated on the north-eastern coast of the Gargano promontory, a large and beautiful national park six miles east of San Menaio and 1...

Naturist Sporting Club Parco del Gargano is a naturist site set in 14 hectares of beautiful secluded woodland. It's 32 large and well arranged shaded...

Porto Cesareo is a new site, attractively located in the Salento region of Puglia, to the north of Gallipoli. The site forms a part of...

The UNESCO listed site at Alberobello is just 17 km. inland from the coast and offers the chance to see the unusual trulli properties. It...

Punta Lunga is located in the spectacularly beautiful Gargano region, a huge National Park, and nestles in an attractive bay. The 150 medium sized, terraced...

Pineta la Mare is in a 55,000 sq.m. pine forest, close to the Adriatic Sea and a short distance from the Marine Reserve of Torre...

This large site occupies a hillside position, sloping down to a cove with a 500 metre beach of fine sand – a special feature is...

Puglia

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.