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Camping Baia Verde

Camping Baia Verde

Italy, Tuscany, Tuscany, Punta Ala

Tel:  
0564 922 298
fax:  
0564 923 044
Open (touring pitches):  
23 April - 16 October.

Ref: IT66078

Alan Rogers Review

This typically Italian beach site, on Tuscany’s popular coast, is ideally situated for trips to Pisa in one direction and Florence in the other. Baia Verde is a well equipped site with a good bar/restaurant, amongst other amenities. The 1,150 touring pitches, with 3A electricity, are all under shady pines and are marked. The amenities are a distance from some of the pitches. The site has direct access to a sandy beach, a focal point for many games and activities, and a great spot to enjoy the glorious sunsets for which the region is celebrated. There is an attractive beach bar serving food at set times.

This is a large site, almost completely in shade, which is welcome during hot spells. It becomes very busy and possibly congested in high season. The region has a great deal to offer visitors. Trips can be made into the hills inland (with excellent walking and mountain biking) as well as to the pretty port of Piombino. From there, a 40-minute ferry journey will take you to Elba’s capital, Portoferraio. The island has much of interest, not least as a result of its Napoleonic heritage.

Facilities

Sanitary blocks with hot showers and facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Motorcaravan services. Supermarket, bakery, greengrocer, butcher, tobacconist and newsagent. Bazaar. Bar/restaurant/pizzeria. Takeaway. Games room. Tennis. Evening shows and dancing. Children’s clubs. Hairdresser. Riding. Bicycle hire. Torches useful.

  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • Bar on Site
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Golf Nearby
  • Riding on Site
  • Sailing on Site
  • Outdoor Pool on Site
  • Restaurant
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • TV on Site
  • Pets allowed

Location

Directions

From Florence, head south for Siena, then exit at Colle Val d’Elsa Nord. Pass through Massa Maritima, Scarlino and Castigliani before arriving at Punta Ala, where the site is signposted.