Village Camping Santa Fortunata
Italy, Campania, Sorrento
Alan Rogers Review
Village Camping Santa Fortunata is situated on the hillside just outside Sorrento among olive and lemon groves. There is plenty of shade but low hanging branches make some of the pitches unsuitable for larger units. There is a steep tarmac approach to some but the stunning views over the bay more than compensate.
Pitches are of average size with several spaces for larger units and there is a feeling of spaciousness as many are separated by trees and shrubs intersected with wooden constructed walkways. Two small beaches can be reached via long steep inclines. A daily excursion to Capri (well worth taking) departs from one of the beaches. The good-sized pool, terrace and bar are especially welcome after a day’s sightseeing.
Near reception is a well-stocked shop and a large restaurant with a terrace that serves a simple menu of local dishes and delicious pizza which are also available for take away.
The toilet blocks are spread out throughout the fairly large site. There is a local bus stop at the gate for convenient access to the area or to join various excursions.
Five sanitary blocks with adjustable hot showers. Hot water for dishwashing but not laundry sinks. Washing machines and dryers. Good restaurant/bar. Small well stocked shop. Swimming pool. Disco bar (high season). Mini farm. Boules pitch. Football and basketball court. Excursions. Bicycle and scooter hire. Car hire. WiFi.
From the A3 (Naples-Salerno) follow signs to Pensisola Sorrentina. Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and on through Sorrento. Then take SS145 towards Massa Lubrense, running along Via Capo. Site is 1.5 km. past Sorrento (the best time to travel this busy coastline is 13.00-15.00 during siesta).Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N40 37 39||W14 21 26|