If you love the outdoors, why not combine this with all the sights and sounds that this amazing country has to offer by camping in Italy. It’s a great way to enjoy nature, take in the landmarks and see the Italian side of things that can only be seen from a tent or lodge. Camping Italy is a popular activity all over the country and depending on where you go in your travels - you will have lots to see and do. In fact, there are over seventeen hundred official camping sites in the country. Having said that, let’s explore some camping Italy options.
Most major tourist destinations will have some type of camping available. Moreover, although the sites won’t be located in the city centre for obvious reasons, many are just a short ride away. Also, the campsites often have shuttles back and forth from the cities, or you can hop on a local bus or train if available. Here are just a few of the popular camping Italy destinations from the 3 major regions of the country:
Some camping Italy sites allow you to bring your own tent and gear, but if you are traveling from far away and don’t have any, don’t despair. Many sites have cabins and tent-like building for rent, and some even include washroom facilities right inside. Also, these facilities are often full service. They have restaurants, shops, and laundry services. Moreover, they usually have great amenities such as swimming pools, hot tubs, and space for activities like beach volleyball.
Whichever Italy camping site you choose to visit in Italy, you will get the best of both worlds. The beauty of nature combined with visits to historic cities and towns is sure to make for a very memorable vacation.
Traveling by train to your camping destination in Italy is made easy for vacationers. With main train stations in all of the major cities and towns, getting to where you want to go is fast, comfortable and stress-free. There are several routes and types of trains to choose from depending on where and how fast you want to get to your camping site. Refer to the Italy train map for an overall glimpse of the country's railway system.