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Camping holidays in Tuscany with Eurocamp
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The Italian campsites used by Eurocamp are scattered throughout this central region of Italy, some not strictly in Tuscany but all enjoying the same lovely settings and the excellent amenities for which Eurocamp is well-known. To find out more, and to see exactly where the campsites are on a map, search Eurocamp for great deals on camping in Tuscany. Or if you know where you want to go just click the direct links to the campsites.

Eurocamp campsites in Tuscany:
Barco Reale
Il Collaccio
Le Capanne
Le Pianacce
Lido Camping Village
Norcenni Girasole Club
Parco delle Piscine
Park Albatros
Valle Gaia
Camping Village Fabulous

A camping holiday in Tuscany offers the opportunity to enjoy this famous and beautiful landscape at its best, in the sun-drenched countryside amongst the ancient olives in the shade of the cypress trees, taking in the scents and perfumes of nature. The scenery invites exploration and there are plenty of walking trails and tracks for biking, or you can take the easy option and discover the region by car along the byways of Tuscany.

The area is rich with history, whether it's the artistic treasures of Florence, the ochre-tinged town of Sienna with its stunning Campo central square, scene of the famous Palio annual horse race between different districts of the town, or Pisa, with its famous leaning tower. Almost every small town or village has something to offer, such as the astonishing array of towers in now fashionable San Gimigniano, or Lucca with its encircling walls. And don't forget the coast of Tuscany, where long sandy beaches backed by shady pines are interspersed with rocky headlands and pretty fishing villages like Porto Ercole on the Promontorio d' Argentario.

Flights are available to Pisa and Rome, where you can hire a car at competitive prices. If you want the freedom of bringing your own car, check out our route planner where you will also see our hotels displayed for you to book an overnight stop. It's possible to drive here from Calais with a single night's stop, but we'd recommend at least 2 nights en-route. Take your time and enjoy the journey. For details of all the ferry crossings click here.