Camping in Rural Italy

With so many quality campsites positioned along the coast of Italy for holidaymakers to be close to the sea, it is easy to forget that there are also good campsites to try inland in rural Italy. Camping in the countryside among the trees and fresh air is at the heart of the camping experience. Take a look at three of Italy’s campsites that put you close to the sights of the cities while helping you to enjoy the delights of the countryside.

With so many quality campsites positioned along the coast of Italy for holidaymakers to be close to the sea, it is easy to forget that there are also good campsites to try inland in rural Italy. Camping in the countryside among the trees and fresh air is at the heart of the camping experience. Take a look at three of Italy’s campsites that put you close to the sights of the cities while helping you to enjoy the delights of the countryside.

FlorenceFlorence Camping

One good place to spend your Italy camping holiday is Camping Norcenni Girasole Club near to Florence. A scenic region known for its art, Tuscany is situated towards the north of Italy. Camping here puts you close to the vineyards that produce the world famous Chianti wine, so you can also enjoy wine tasting excursions during your stay. The campsite is located on the slopes of the green Arno Valley, cut by the Arno River which flows through the city of Florence.

Florence is a vibrant city, packed with art and stunning architecture. The churches and cathedrals are striking in their decoration, design and size, because of the competitive nature of their architects and patrons, who each aimed to surpass the splendour of other buildings in the city.

Camping Norcenni Girasole Club is just thirty minutes from the city of Florence and is easily reached by train from the station at Figline Valdarno. Like the best of Italy’s campsites, there is a modern water park on site. It is a stylish lagoon pool, with small islands, peppered in the central pool. The complex has fun water slides and you can drift along the ‘lazy river’ channel.

Colosseo_di_RomaRome: The Eternal City

Rome is an enthralling, labyrinthine city densely packed with interesting and romantic sights. It is a wonderful place to explore on foot, but there is so much to see that it will be tiring if you don’t make use of the buses, trams and metro transport. This is the home of the Roman Empire, with famous sites such as the Trevi Fountains, the Colosseum and the Spanish Steps to visit on your Italy camping holiday. And don’t forget the breathtaking Vatican City.

As well as being 45 minutes away from the capital of Italy, the Camping i Pini, Rome campsite is also close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli.

With barbecues provided, and a choice of activities including boules and volleyball available, there is plenty of opportunity to spend time in the fresh air.

Lago MaggioreLake Maggiore

For camping in Italy’s rural Northern Lakes region, there are a number of sites to choose from along the banks of Lake Garda, but further north on the Swiss border is the Isolino Camping Village, set on the banks of beautiful Lake Maggiore. This is a tree lined campsite with great views of the surrounding mountains and the lake, where you can play beach volleyball or take a pedalo out on the water. The Borromean Islands are occupied islands in Lake Maggiore visit via the town of Stresa, or enjoy the delights of the gardens of the Palazzo Borromeo – just one of the beautiful places you can visit from the quality campsites in Italy.

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