Campsites in Italy

La Dolce Vita in Italy

When you think of Italy, you think of sun, beach, mountains and of course food. Italy has it all. It is a versatile country with diverse landscapes, delicious cuisine and friendly people. 'La Dolce Vita' or 'The Good Life' is in the blood of the Italians, they enjoy the good life with delicious food.

Italy is a popular country for many people to go on holiday. What makes it so popular? Is it the Italian cuisine, climate, nature or the cities? If you go on holiday to Italy, this all comes togehter.

You can choose between beach, mountains or just near a big city. Italy has something for everyone. And what could be more wonderful to discover this from one of our top campsites!

Choose the Adriatic coast; a beautiful part of Italy on a peninsula with beautiful golden yellow coasts, here you can enjoy a wonderful beach holiday. In a short time you are in the center of Venice and you can admire the famous places of this unique city with your own eyes. What about the San Marco square? Or a ride in the world famous gondolas?

The capital of Italy is also a must see: Rome! Stay at a campsite in the Rome region and alternate a city break with relaxing at the campsite. This way you have the best of both worlds.

Beautiful hills, tranquility, beautiful nature... then, of course, we are talking about Tuscany. This region is perfectly situated to experience the typical Italy feeling. Immerse yourself in the beautiful surroundings, rustic villages and miles of vineyards.

Or opt for a camping holiday at the largest and most famous lake in Italy: Lake Garda. Enjoy the wonderful climate and a dip in the fresh water. But also the beautiful nature and charming villages should not be missed.

In short; if you like good food, want to enjoy a different culture or just want to enjoy a fantastic holiday, then you will find it all in Italy at one of our luxury campsites.

Campsites in Italy

Must see in Italy:

  • A romantic trip in a gondola through Venice
  • Imagining yourself as a gladiator in the Colosseum
  • An impressive excursion to Pompeii
  • Obviously eating a freshly baked pizza in a busy Italian restaurant
  • Taking a refreshing dip in the deepest lake (410m) of Italy: Lago di Como
  • Visiting the Pope in Vatican City

About Italy:

Capital: Rome
Population: 60.494.002
Surface area: 301.227 km²
Highest point: Monte Bianco at 4765m
Language: Italian

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