I recently wrote an article about wonderful Sicily, but actually I love the whole of Italy 8-). I used to camp a lot with my parents in the North of Italy and later I started to explore the South more and more myself. For me, camping remains the best way to explore Italy. Today I list my favorite campsites in Italy for you!
Toscana Village campsite in Montopoli.
Toscana is fantastic in one word right ?! I think that's a beautiful part of Italy. Beautiful landscapes, hilly and old villages where you can imagine a few centuries ago. The Toscana Village campsite is located in the middle of Tuscany. The name may suggest that it is such a huge site complete with animation team from 8 to 8 ;-), but nothing could be further from the truth. There is certainly a swimming pool, in the morning you can get sandwiches in your own shop and you can even play tennis, but otherwise you don't have to go to Toscana Village to be entertained. It is a fairly quiet site built on terraces. Especially when you have a spot at the top, it is fantastic to wake up. And this campsite is very central to cities such as Florence, Pisa and Lucca. Ideal! It depends on the season you are going in, but you lose around € 15 per person per night.
Camping La Tartufaia in Ranzanico.
Very nice campsite in the north of Italy, close to the beautiful town of Bergamo. Personally, I think this is one of the most beautiful areas in Italy, because you have nice weather here and also the cooling of the mountains. Perfect! Camping La Tartufaia is located on the small lake of Endine, where you can take a refreshing dip. What is also very nice is that the owners all offer fun, local activities. For example, you can see how local cheese is made or go on a truffle hunt. An overnight stay here costs around € 15 per person per night.
Costa Ponente campsite in Cefalù.
A small, simple campsite in Sicily, but as you can see on the photo: a phenomenal view! The campsite is located directly by the sea, where various plateaus have been built, so that you can wake up right by the sea. The campsite does not have many facilities, although there is a nice swimming pool and a good restaurant with delicious brick oven pizzas. What do you need more :-)? An overnight stay costs around € 10 per person per night.
Europa Silvella campsite in San Felice del Benaco.
Well, a campsite on Lake Garda cannot be missed in this list. This is a site where I have been before, but which is still there and I think it is just as cool. Certainly for children. With around € 25 per person per night, this is a pretty expensive campsite, but you will also get several swimming pools, a private beach on Lake Garda and a large animation team in return. And San Felice del Benaco is a nice, cozy town located directly on Lake Garda.
Have you ever been to Italy? What is your favorite region?