Alan Rogers Review
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 does not feel like it, there are 750 touring pitches in clearings, either of grass and sand or on hardstanding, all with electricity, 80 now also with water and waste water. Finding a pitch may take time as there are so many good ones to choose from, but staff will help in season. Most pitches are well shaded, however there are some in the sun for cooler periods. The central complex is superb with well designed buildings providing for all needs (the site is some distance from the town).
Restaurants, bars and a gelateria enjoy live entertainment and waterlily ponds surround the area. The entire site is attractive, with shrubs, flowers and huge green areas. Near the entrance is a new swimming pool complex with hydromassage points and a large sunbathing area. The supervised beach is of soft sand and a great attraction. A large grassy field overlooking the sea is ideal for picnics and sunbathing. A wide range of sports and other amenities are provided. The site is very well organised with specific regulations (e.g. no dogs or loud noise), so the general atmosphere is relaxing and peaceful. Although the site is big, there is never very far to walk to the beach, and although it may be some 300 m. to the central shops and restaurant from the site boundaries, there is always a nearby toilet block. It is the ideal place to recover from the rigours of touring or to relax and allow the professionals to organise tours for you to Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento etc. Charges are undeniably high, but this site is well above average and most suitable for families with children.