Flaminio Village Camping Bungalow Park
Italy, Lazio, Roma
Alan Rogers Review
Flaminio Village Camping Bungalow Park is a high quality campsite near Rome, with many flowers, shrubs and trees giving some shade. Being 400 metres from the main road it is protected from traffic noise. Although it is quite a large site, there are around 180 pitches for tourers, all with 6A electricity, which are approached by brick access roads. The excellent sanitary block is close to both camping areas, as is the restaurant, bar and info point.
There is reasonable space allocated to touring units with many of these pitches in area C of average/small size so check your allocated pitch. Some pitches in area B are larger, and have water and electricity. Many large groups use the site so booking is recommended. There are about 130 well-equipped bungalows attractively arranged in a village-style setting on the slopes. BBQs are not allowed on pitches.
The site is ideally situated for visiting the ‘Eternal City’, being close to a cycle route and with a regular bus/underground service into the centre of Rome from outside the site entrance, which operates until late evening.
The sanitary facilities are of very high quality including provision for disabled visitors and a very good baby room. Motorhome services. Bar/pizzeria and restaurant. Well stocked shop. Swimming pool (hats required), pool bar and solarium (seasonal). Bicycle hire. Bus service. Torches useful. Pick-up service to and from Ciampino airport. A small electric bus runs between reception and pitches. Wi-Fi throughout.
From ring road north of city take Flaminia exit (towards Rome centre/saxa rubra). After 3-4 km. follow Flaminia signs, bear left where road splits to avoid tunnel and follow signs to Corso di Francia. Warning: site entrance appears suddenly on right as central barrier ends 150 m. after passing tunnel entrance.Link to campsite location map on google
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|N41 57 22||W12 28 56|