Camping Holidays in Lazio, Umbria & Campania

At a Glance

Visiting Umbria, Lazio & Campania

Nestling against southern Tuscany is beautiful Umbria. Like its better known neighbour, it’s a land of rolling hills, vineyards and ancient towns; most famous of all, Assisi with its majestic Basilica di San Francesco. Quieter than Tuscany, there are plenty of ‘off-the-beaten-path’ gems to discover. 

Further south, you’ll find Lazio home to the Eternal City, Rome. No other capital city packs a punch quite like it; its fountains, statues and monuments all jostle for your attention, not to mention the Vatican City - the city within a city. Leave Rome behind for the cool green oasis of Tivoli’s famous water gardens, head to the coast and the beaches of Ostia Antica, or take a trip down into Campania for the Bay of Naples, Vesuvius, Pompeii and Sorrento.

Explore Tuscany, Spanish steps, Rome

Explore Lazio Umbria & Campania

With airports in Perugia and Naples, plus two near Rome, central Italy is closer than you think. It’s the perfect choice for a fly-drive holiday.

Choose Rome and walk in the footsteps of gladiators at the Colosseum, throw a coin in the Trevi fountain and linger on the Spanish Steps. Head to Naples and climb the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, then visit the ruins of Pompeii. Or why not leave the hustle and bustle of city life far behind and explore Umbria’s soft hills and green heart?  Ancient Spello is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, but there are many more!

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Feel Lazio, Umbria & Campania

Drama, history, serenity – this captivating heart of Italy never fails to deliver.

Be astonished at the scale of Roman Rome, fall in love, with art, in the Sistine Chapel and feel the burn as you climb up to St Peters dome. Dip your toes in the water on the Blue Flag beach at Anzio, or watch crimson sunsets sipping wine on the terraces of Amalfi. Get back to nature In Monti Sibillini National Park and mystical Lake Trasimeno, then amaze your kids with the fantasy Dream Gardens of La Scarzuola. Relax, unwind and chill, in the hot springs of Montecatini Terme.

Italian food, pizza

Taste Lazio, Umbria & Campania

Three distinct regions to choose from, each with their own specialities and cuisine – what a mouth watering dilemma!

Lazio cooking is famous for desserts which include the dense, sweet ice cream called gelato. Seafood of all kinds is popular in Campania (and Lazio) and of course everyone has heard of Pizza Napolitana – why not visit Naples eat some of the best pizza in the world? Umbria is home to delightful culinary treasures – towns like Norcia and Montefalco produce some of Italys’ olive oils and wines, not to mention truffles and the famous Umbria cheeses.

top 5 regional highlights and things to see
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They say all roads lead to Rome – and so they should! The Colosseum, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, these iconic monuments are real crowd pleasers. Ancient Rome aside, there’s gilded palaces with fabulous art collections (try world class Doria Pamphili), the Castel Sant’Angelo, the Capitoline, - its an endless list in this eternal city.

mount Vesuvius, Pompeii


Thought provoking, compelling, and ghostly – Pompeii is all of these things and more. The Roman city buried by volcanic ash is still revealing its secrets today; the sheer size of the ruins is simply awe inspiring. Why not combine your visit with a tour of Mount Vesuvius - walk up to the rim of crater for breathtaking views over the Bay of Naples.

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Vatican City

Within the heart of Rome, you find the smallest country on Earth. Independent since 1929, St Peter’s Basilica and the treasure filled Vatican Museum are a real must see, and 5 million tourists a year would agree! Pre-book a tour of the Pope’s own palace and the Vatican gardens, for an exclusive inside take on this unique city.

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Monti Sibillini

This national park is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas of Italy; dotted through with medieval hamlets, gorgeous forests and stunning panoramas. In springtime, the plains of Castellucio di Norcia transform into a rainbow coloured feast of flowers, but whether you’re walking, cycling, or simply sightseeing you’ll be well rewarded at any time.

rome sightseeing, tivoli gardens


The extraordinary gardens of The Villa d’Este in Tivoli are world famous. The lush gardens are filled with sculptures and over 500 fountains; just 30km outside of Rome, it’s the perfect place to cool off from the summer heat. Admire the frescoes painted inside the Villa and enjoy the gardens, but don’t miss nearby Villa Adriana – it’s a real roman treasure.