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This is one of the best campsites we've ever been to. Quiet and relaxing with fantastic views. Clean bathrooms.
Just 2 train stops away from the more chaotic Sorrento and the train station is at walking distance as well as the bus stop.
In interests of brevity, I think it easier to give a list of positives and negatives, as there is quite a lot we would like to say about this campsite
- Beautiful wooded location, with impressively wide plots (go for a sea view plot...More
What a fantastic campsite! The staff are all very friendly, the campsite is well maintained and the views are breathtaking!
Booking was straightforward and simple. I rang up a few weeks before a reserved a camping pitch and no deposit was required.
I arrived on...More
This is a family run site which is well managed with friendly and helpful staff who could not to do enough to help any information on local area train times trips etc they could sort out
the site itself is probably the best in Sorrento...More
We really enjoyed our stay in the peaceful spot in Piano di Sorrento, a short walk from the very busy Sorrento. The spacious campsite is set in an olive grove. There is a lot of grassy areas and a children's play area. The view is...More
Hi, we stayed here a few weeks ago, so I can try to give some advice. There are several beaches fairly close together, one very small free one, and two larger ones where you have to pay for sun beds, brollies etc. I would... More
Hi, we stayed here a few weeks ago, so I can try to give some advice. There are several beaches fairly close together, one very small free one, and two larger ones where you have to pay for sun beds, brollies etc. I would probably recommend the paying ones, as they are far nicer, especially if you're thinking of being there for a few hours.
These are all situated at the bottom of the cliffs at Piano di Sorrento. Walking to the top of the cliffs from the campsite is pretty quick, though when we did so the roads were very busy and noisy, but to get down the cliff takes a long time walking down a zigzagging road, and it's pretty steep! However, there is a lift down to the beach, which if I recall correctly costs 50 cent per person each way. There are a few signs for this, so if you just follow them you should be ok.
Hope this helps!
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"If you're camping, ask for a pitch near to the cliff. The views are stunning, especially at dawn and dusk."