Alan Rogers Review
This small, natural site is in woodland on a hillside and the pitches here are equally natural – small, uneven and sloping. However, this peaceful location attracts many Dutch campers and is an excellent base from which to explore the Tuscan countryside and especially the ancient walled town of Monteriggioni and, not too far away, San Gimignano, Tuscany’s most popular tourist spot. Secreted away down a 2.5 km. unmade road and with only 93 pitches (all for touring units) the site enjoys a sense of solitude not experienced by many Italian sites. It is 5 km. from Monteriggioni and 12 km. from Siena.
The walled hilltop town of Monteriggioni is small, but nevertheless well worth a visit. The square contains a couple of cafés and specialist Tuscan food and wine shops. Further into the town you will find a jeweller and a shoe shop that you might find interesting, but remember your credit card just in case.
The single sanitary block provides toilets, washbasins and unisex showers. No facilities for disabled campers. Restaurant, bar and small shop. Swimming pool.
- Bar on Site
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
From the Via Cassia south of Monteriggioni follow site signs and then follow 2.5 km. of dusty unmade road, a narrow bridge, bumpy level crossing and 3 hairpin bends. Well worth the trip when you get there.