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The Bocca di Cecina campsite is open all year round and due to its location, facilities and services it offers an ideal location for Camper users, clubs, associations and sporting groups that are eager to organise their holiday activities in a calm and reserved context whilst respecting the natural environment. Located on the coast and surrounded by a forest of... More Info

Camping Bocca di Cecina

The camping is situated on the top of a small peninsula, dominating the beautiful golden Biodola beach and the Scaglieri beach with its rocks and its caracteristical village that one reaches in only a few minutes walking. Organized on terraces sloping down towards the sea, immersed in the typical mediterranean vegetation, the resort forms a sort of amphitheatre ... More Info

Camping Village on the Island of Elba

Camping campo al Fico is in Località Riotorto, a green and quiet oasis on the Etruscan coast, in front of the Island of Elba, 9 km away from Follonica and 14 km from Piombino, starting point for ferries and ships to the Tuscan Archipelago, the islands of Elba, Sardinia and Corsica. The sea is about 1.8 km far away, a stretch of free beach that extends beyond the... More Info

Camping with swimming pool in Tuscany

Welcome to Campeggio Tripesce where you will discover a comfortable enviroment, efficient service and professional staff who will garantee a pleasant and enjoyable holiday. The camping grounds offer only modern equipment. Directly on the sea shore, its landscaped and shady yards guarantee maxium peacefulness and silence for sea lovers, without having to renounce... More Info

Beach in Tuscany

Overlooking the beautiful Etruscan Coast, that extends from Livorno to Piombino, the Camping Casa di Caccia is the ideal refuge for a lighthearted holiday, full of fun and relax. Set in a wide nature reserve that borders the sea, Camping Casa di Caccia owns a private beach, where guests can relax or enjoy many games and entertainment, designed for children and... More Info

The "Sole e Mare" Campsite was founded in 1977, thanks to the strong will and determination of a great couple, Grazia e Giuseppe, so much so that its modern structure and excellent facilities made it the number 1 campsite on the island. Over the years, as it moved with the times answering the holiday maker’s every need, the campsite now resembles more a Holiday ... More Info

Camping Sole e Mare in the Nisporto bay

ELBADOC Camping Village is situated in a green valley dotted with eucalyptus, oaks, olive and pine trees, so it is cool even in the hottest summer. It is the perfect place for outdoor holidays, where you can experience and enjoy the true Elba Island. Especially suitable for families with children, it offers an easy going and quite stay, free and far from the summ... More Info

Beach in Tuscany

The Camping Village Le Esperidi is set amongst green Mediterranean vegetation and near the sea. It is located at Marina di Bibbona, in the province of Livorno, on the beautiful Etruscan Coast in the heart of Tuscany. Marina di Bibbona, a famous for seaside resort, has received the Blue Flag for several years, an important recognition of the cleanliness of the sea... More Info

Bibbona, Livorno

'La Sorgente' is a small campsite set in greenery, built on terraces that descend towards the sea. It is a tranquil place for a relaxing holiday. The two white pebble beaches are easily reached from right outside the campsite; the a crystal clear sea is perfect for swimming. The owner, Alberto, runs a campsite in a very natural setting with excellent facilitie... More Info

Camping La Sorgente

There is a magical place in Tuscany, where children live a different adventure every day, while adults try again the joy of being children. A few kilometers from Livorno and the wild beaches of the Etruscan Coast, you travel a tree-lined avenue that winds through green meadows and fruit fields, tall cypress trees with a brown mane and colorful oleander bushes. He... More Info

Camping Village with Mini Club

A short walk away from a beautiful sandy beach gently sloping into shallow sea, making it very safe for children and beginner swimmers, Camping Village Baia del Marinaio is the ideal place for your family vacation. Our smile and warm welcome create a friendly and convivial atmosphere that makes you feel at home. Lazing around in the nature and soaking up the su... More Info

Camping Village Baia del Marinaio

Hosted in the beautiful botanical Giardino dell’Ottone (Brass Garden), a genuine naturalistic jewel, Camping Village Rosselba le Palme is one of the greenest corners of Elba. Palms from the world over and tropical trees design a fascinating setting for an extraordinary holiday. Hilly slopes to be explored just a few kilometres from Portoferraio. Delight in seeki... More Info

Camping Village Rosselba le Palme

The Mareblu a campsite is situated on the Tuscan coast at Cecina Mare, a short distance from Florence, Pisa and Siena. The site covers an area of approximately 100.000 m² of even ground well shaded by pines. A path leads to the beach through a 300m wide natural reserve of centuries-old pinewood where campers can relax or take long walks. The beach offers views o... More Info

Camping with swimming pool in Tuscany

The Stella Mare campsite is on the shores of Lacona, on the island of Elba, in the green surroundings of the Mediterranean forest in the Tuscan Archipelago National Park, at the foot of Capo di Stella. The campsite is built on terraces sloping down to the sea, easily within walking distance of the beach at Lacona, which has very fine sand and is one of the longe... More Info

Camping Stella Mare

Although it is a little island and, apparently not so welcoming, Capraia was colonised since the early history. The most important colonisation was the Roman one, which left many archaeological findings, such as the ruins of a villa near the port. The Romans conquered the island after the first Punic War (264 B.C.): Capraia was strategic land for the following c... More Info

Camping Le Sughere
 

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