Camping in Italy
Our high-quality Italian campsite
Discover One of Italy’s Camping Gems
EuroParcs offers camping holidays at the ‘Camping Village Fabulous’, an Italian campsite which certainly lives up to its name. It truly is one of the best campsites in Italy.
Situated just 30 minutes from the historic port of Rome, campers & holiday makers enjoy some of the best camping facilities found anywhere in Italy. You can book through EuroParcs with ferry-included, or just stick with accommodation only.
The Authentic Italian Camping Experience…
...without sacrificing the mod cons you value.
Our contemporary mobile homes, built in the ‘centre lounge’ format, offer an ideal way of exploring central Italy without sacrificing the comforts of home.
All mobile homes come with aircon as standard and are fitted with a fridge freezer, microwave and decking to better enjoy the beautiful weather.
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Campsites in Italy
A brief guide to camping in Italy
Rome is a destination renowned the world over for encompassing all the best bits of Italy in one bustling, historic place.
A family camping holiday in Italy mixes culture, fun and wonderful weather like no other country can. From the capital city’s great treasures, to seaside national parks and a line of sophisticated coastal resorts, Rome and its surrounding areas offer everything that a summer holiday should and more.
Expect a hot, dry summer in Rome and if you’re looking for more temperate weather try visiting in Spring or Autumn instead. These are typically are also popular times to visit Rome, with temperatures staying at around 25 degrees.
If you are thinking of a summer camping trip to Italy, then we’d recommend staying in one of our air conditioned mobile homes offering the combination of superb self catering accommodation with 5* facilities.
Getting around Italy is easily done on a well-developed and well-maintained transport system. Rome is covered by the international railway network. Public transport within Rome is made up of trams, buses and a metro system, while the locals prefer the ease of a scooter.
How do I get there?
To help you choose a travel method to Italy that best suits your requirements, please click here to see our Travel to Italy