Camping Baia Domizia is in between Rome and Naples. It's a large and well-equipped site, with a supermarket, shops, a good pool, and it enjoys a coastal setting. The heat of the midday sun is lessened by good shading. Because the region is so rich in history, a number of excursions are available. Just down the coast is the Bay of Naples with the lively city of Naples nestling under Vesuvius. A visit to Pompeii is a must, while closer at hand are the ancient ruins of Etruscan villages and sarcophagi. This site makes a great base for enjoying a camping holiday in Campania
Camping I Pini makes camping holidays in Rome a reality. The site is close to the Eternal City, and twice daily coaches take you into the heart of the city where you can explore the glory that is Rome. Nearby is the astonishingly well-preserved Roman town of Ostia Antica, where it's not hard to imagine the citizens going about their daily business. The campsite is ideal for relaxing after a day's sightseeing, with an excellent pool complex and a good restaurant. Surrounding the campsite are extensive woodlands which you can explore on foot or bicycle.
Camping Il Collaccio is across the Apennines, offering a camping holiday in Umbria. Umbria equals Tuscany in the beauty of its landscape, and this campsite is well-placed to take in the stunning views of the rolling hills crowned with stands of Cypresses. There are 4 pools and the view from the pool-side terraces is truly fantastic! The cuisine is also up to the high standards expected throughout Italy, and the many small villages nestling in the hills all have their trattoria where you can try out the local dishes.
Flights are available to Florence, Pisa, Rome or Naples, where you can hire a car at competitive prices. If you want the freedom of bringing your own car, and the enjoyment of exploration on the journey, check out our route planner where you will also see our hotels displayed for you to book an overnight stop. For details of all the ferry crossings click here.