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Camping Village Orlando

Camping Village Orlando

Italy, Tuscany, Tuscany, Cavriglia

0559 674 22
Open (touring pitches):  
12 April - 19 October.

Ref: IT66121

Alan Rogers Review

Perched on a very high ridgeline called Piana di Orlanda, and with superb views, expect a warm welcome at Orlando. Its 180 pitches, 70 for tourers, are all equipped with 6/16A electricity. They are clean, level and some are on terraces in a shady pine forest, and so have restricted views, but can be enjoyed from installed seats placed on the site’s eastern side. The facilities are all set in an attractive central area, including the heated pool complex with its soft slides and cascades. There are views over the pools from the terraces of the busy restaurant. Lovely safe play areas are provided for children, along with ponies. The site has a pleasant atmosphere and when we visited there was the sound of happy laughter everywhere. Orlando is popular with Dutch campers.

English, Dutch and German are spoken here, and the cheerful young staff are keen to help. An information pack is provided on arrival. It really is worth the long, steep drive to spend time here in the clean, fresh air. This will suit nature lovers who wish to escape the usual loud noise of modern campsites. The site is affiliated to IT62800 Camping Weekend at Lake Garda.


One clean and smart sanitary block with British style toilets, hot showers and cold water at the basins. Facilities for disabled campers. Motorcaravan services. Shop. Bar. Pleasant restaurant. Pizzeria. Gelateria. Floodlit, heated swimming pools. Aquagym. Outdoor fitness facilities. Excellent play area. Mini-disco. Ponies for children to ride and groom. 5-a-side football. Children’s club. Full entertainment programme. Tours arranged. Bicycle hire. WiFi over site (free). Torches required. Accommodation for rent.

  • Pets allowed



From A1 Florence/Rome take Incisa exit (not Valdaro). Take R60 towards San Giovanni Valdarno. At Restone take P14 to Badiacchia a Montemuro for the site. The site is signed from a great distance out. Be prepared for long winding climb.