Tuscany camping, mobile home holidays and a "must" for art lovers
Tuscany campsites we feature:
With impressive views of the Tuscan hills the 5* Norcenni Girasole Club offers low cost trips to see Tuscany's best scenery. On site there is a pool complex with slides and a Lazy River.
Nicely sited on the Tuscan coast, Park Albatros , the 4* campsite, offers swimming, sports and something for everyone.
A lovely site with a great family atmosphere, 4* Valle Gaia campsite is beautifully kept and is ideal for a relaxing camping holiday.
A terraced campsite, the 3* + le Pianacce has a tennis court, pool, mini golf and something for everyone. Here you can follow the Etruscan wine trail!
A beautiful campsite, the 4* Baia Domizia just a little north of the Bay of Naples, is set in a pine forest close to many tourist attractions.
Located in Preci, Peruga, the 4* Il Collaccio campsite is a terraced site with a playground and sports ground.
An excellent campsite, the 4* Lido Camping Village has a lovely beach on Lake Bolensa and is within walking distance of the historic town of Bolensa
Tuscany is beautiful. Not only is this part of northwestern Italy beautiful and well suited for camping and mobile home holidays, but it is also one of the greatest places on the planet for art lovers. Tuscany certainly boasts a surfeit of masterpieces in terms of paintings, sculptures, frescoes and architecture.
Located on the north/central coast of Italy facing the Tyrrhenian coast, Tuscany is a traditionally popular destination for travellers and holidaymakers, including a notable number of British politicians, but that’s another story altogether. People come here to walk and take in the scenery, in addition to cities such as Florence, Pisa, Siena, Montecatini Terme, Castiglione della Pescaia and Grosseto, and we understand that the village of Castiglione della Pescaia is also the most visited seaside destination in the region.
Think Tuscany and you get Chianti so this region is also a must for wine buffs. Chiantishire, as the region is often called, is the area in Tuscany that extends between Florence and Siena, so if you appreciate a tipple or three then this is most certainly the place to be.
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is most definitely a draw for a great many people visiting Tuscany and the reason for it leaning is down to just too heavy for the weak subsoil so it began to tilt after only three of its eight storeys were finished.
Beaches? Well you can take your pick of fine sandy beaches, lots of them having Blue Flag status, so just pack your cossies, sun lotion and bag a sunbed for a stress free week or two.
Last update: 07.09.2017
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