Camping Holidays in Italy
Camping holidays in Italy
An unforgettable mix of stunning coastline, captivating cities and glistening lakes await in Italy: surely Europe’s most passionate, elegant and seductive holiday destination.
You owe it to yourself to visit Venice, Rome, the Bay of Naples and the Italian Lakes some day. And you really need to take a drive through the hills of Tuscany, and cast away on romantic Elba, Sardinia or Sicily. So why not make a start today?
Best places for camping holidays in Italy
What does a holiday in Italy look like to you? Chances are, we've captured it - a nation of many moods and a million possibilities, Italy's beaches, cultural cities and captivating lakes are all within easy reach of our perfectly curated collection of parcs.
- Take a guided tour to reveal Venice’s secret gems.
- Explore the glass-making island of Burano.
- Laze the day away on the Riviera’s terrific beaches.
- Settle in your perfect Tuscan hill village for lunch.
- Take an idyllic drive through the Chianti Trail.
- Enjoy the thrills of Cavallino Matto theme park.
- Explore the medieval heart of charming Sirmione.
- Try out a different watersport every day!
- Soak up the sights of the medieval city of Verona.
- Enjoy the warm waters of Lake Bolsena.
- Take a tour of the Coliseum and Palatine hill.
- Explore the fascinating history of the Vatican.
- Take a drive along the stunning Amalfi coast.
- Dive into Naples for the world’s best pizza.
- Unearth the sombre tales in the streets of Pompeii.
- Snorkel beneath the S’Archittu natural arch, where the cobalt blue waters dazzle in the Mediterranean sunshine.
- The wonderful Sinis peninsula is home to a resident flamboyance of pink flamingos.
- Sink your toes into the island’s wonderful pink sands.
- Enjoy dinner at the pretty harbour of Portoferraio.
- Find your own glorious beach, there are scores to choose from.
- Head inland to hike through olive groves and villages.
Our favourite things to do in Italy
Few European countries mix high culture and easy living quite as seductively as Italy. From Renassiance masterpieces to enchanting islands, the country offers sightseeing and sunshine, and a wealth of outdoor opportunities ...
Well, the quickest way to Italy’s heart is through its wonderful dishes. From the original (and best) pizzas of Naples, to the fresh and delicate seafood of Sardinia via the Bolognese sauces of the north, you’ll find this country really is involved in a passionate love affair with its culinary heritage. And don’t forget Tuscany’s delicious Chianti!
From Romeo and Juliet’s Verona in the north to the hustle and bustle of Naples in the south, Italy’s cities are where the country’s culture erupts to the surface. Palermo, in Sicily, is a vibrant melting pot of disparate cultures, while Trieste, on the Adriatic, feels like you’ve stumbled upon a lost Central European capital.
You only have to scratch the surface to uncover Italy’s proud and perfectly preserved past. The Eternal City of Rome is like some huge open-air museum. Its Palatine Hill region is called "the first nucleus of the Roman Empire” with good reason. But the towers of San Gimignano, the ruins of Pompeii or the Duomo of Florence are all must-see sights.
Find your beach
How do you like your beaches? Wide, flat and sporty like those of the wonderful Adriatic, family-friendly and lined with inviting restaurants, such as those on the Tuscan coast? Or simply breathtaking? There are no shortage of Instagram-ready coves, where azure waters wash against pink sands, on the Italian islands of Sardinia and Elba.
Take to the water
Italy’s a very sporty nation, but it’s not just football that fires up this active country. Italians love nothing more than messing about on the water too. As you will, when you’ve so much coast, and lakeside destinations to take as your jumping off point! Try windsurfing on Lake Garda, scuba diving off Sardinia or swimming in the Adriatic.
Be a castaway
No two Italian islands are the same. Sicily is like another country (and most Sicilians would passionately argue that it is!) with its capital, Palermo a teeming metropolis of art, culture and great food. Elba is as chilled and stylish as you’d hoped for, while Sardinia’s rocky heart reveals a land as timeless as it is captivating. Island life is anything you want it to be in Italy.
With all the main low-cost carriers shuttling between Italy's most popular regions and Dublin, and with an average flight time of just 3 hours between Ireland and Italy's capital, Rome, it's never been easier - or better value - to take a direct route to this captivating country!
Regional airports include:
- Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci International (ideal for Rome, Lazio, Umbria)
- Pisa, Florence (ideal for Tuscany)
- Verona, Milan Bergamo, Brescia (ideal for Lake Garda)
- Marco Polo, Treviso (ideal for the Venetian Riviera)
- Naples (ideal for Campania)
Check the ‘flight recommendations’ section on parc pages for details of who flies from your nearest airport to the nearest airport(s) to the parc. Once you’ve booked your accommodation, we can then link you to Skyscanner so that you can check availability and book flights. Alternatively, you can call us to book your flight-inclusive holiday.