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Camping Sites near River Tiber

Tiber River is the third longest river in Italy. It runs for about 406 kilometers and flows through Lazio and Umbria. It played a very significant role in ancient times. It used to serve as the primary watercourse and the main source of water in Rome. It was also a crucial element in building the strength and the development of the governance of Roman Empire. It was also an essential part of ancient Roman commerce as traders would use the river as the chief route for trade.

Would you like to enjoy an extra dose of excitement as you experience first-hand staying at one of the significant place in Rome? How about joining a river cruise for a dinner or perhaps for a sightseeing voyage at night and witness before your own eyes the spectacular coastal sights along the shores of the Eternal City? Staying on an accommodation near River Tiber can be more enjoyable if you choose to stay at any of the camp sites around the area. Here are the best camping sites near River Tiber.

Camping Tiber

Camping Tiber is well-known as one of the leading camping grounds in Rome. It is set on the banks of the iconic river Tiber. It can be found just outside Prima Porta and is situated 12 kilometers away from the heart of Rome.

Camping Tiber Village Mobile Home

Camping Tiber offers free parking, free Wi-Fi connection in all places around the site and free wired internet connection in public areas. The site has its own pizzeria, restaurant and snack bar where you can choose to have either a continental or an Italian breakfast. While eating your breakfast, you will be entertained by sports shows like football match through the widescreen television set located at the snack bar. On summer, the bar stages live music performances.

Camping Tiber Village Swimming pool

The site also features an outdoor swimming pool, a mini market and bungalows. Each of the bungalows has its own patio equipped with chairs and table. Camping Tiber allows you to bring your pet dogs during both high and low season. There are also mobile homes, chalets or bungalows, safes and rooms available for hire in the area.

Camping Tiber Village Guest House

Address:
Via Tiberina km 1400
00188 Prima Porta, Italy

Family Park I Pini

Another great camping ground overlooking the spectacular Tiber River is Family Park I Pini. It is situated on a hill, a few kilometers away from the river and an hour drive away from the heart of Rome.

Family Park I Pini camp offers panoramic landscape of the Tiber Valley. It features self-catering bungalows and chalets. The guests are allowed to use the outdoor swimming pools as well as the sporting facilities of the camp ground for free.

There is a tennis court, cycling facilities, ping-pong set and darts section in the area. There is also a playground for the kids. And if you like to roam around, you can find some bicycles for rent.

Address:
Viale Delle Sassete 28
00065 Fiano Romano, Italy

Camping Village Fabulous

Another top rated camping site near River Tiber is Camping Village Fabulous. This absolutely ideal place for a family holiday is situated not merely a short distance from the river but also from Rome and from the coastline of Ostia as well. It will merely take around 15 minutes to drive from Fabulous Camping Village to Ostia beach and to Fiumicino Airport as well.

Camping Village Fabulous Pool

Camping Village Fabulous has a large outdoor pool, cozy chalets and comfortable bungalows. Each of the accommodation houses is equipped with a fridge, a patio, a kitchenette and an air conditioning unit. It is set at a cozy area in Casal Palocco, surrounded by the tempting greenery and standing on an at least 30 hectares of land implanted by magnificent pinewood.

Camping Village Fabulous Camp House

Fabulous Camping Village features a tennis court, a pool table, a ping pong set, a mini golf course and a playground. There is also a café, mini market, snack bar, bar and restaurant in the area which serves Italian foods like pizza.

Camping Village Fabulous Swimming Pool

Address:
Via di Malafede 205
00125 Casal Palocco, Italy

Flaminio Village Bungalow Park

Whether you are traveling for a holiday trip with your friends or family or perhaps for a business trip alone or with your colleagues, Flaminio Village Bungalow Park is an ideal location for you to base your Rome tour.

Staying at a camping ground in Rome such as the Flaminio Village Bungalow Park provides you with many benefits. One of the many reasons why a lot of tourists and travellers choose to stay at Flaminio Village is that they can save much from their budget without sacrificing their Rome getaway experience. Yes, not only that you save a lot if you choose to stay at the village, be it low or high season, but also you can enjoy the services you can get in traditional B&B and luxury hotels. From a splendid breakfast to an effective airport transfer shuttle services, Flaminio Village will be at your service.

Flaminio Village serves continental buffet breakfast from 7 am to 10 am every day. There is a bar, snack bar and restaurant within the vicinity that offers classic Italian cuisine.

It is situated right next to Parco di Roma Golf Club, across the Euclide Shopping center. The village features bungalow units in Vejo Regional Park. All the bungalows are equipped with a fridge and an air conditioning unit. Each is designed with a private bathroom and a small kitchenette.

Guests may as well enjoy an excellent train service provided by Due Ponti Train Station which is located just nearby the area. Taking the Roma – Viterbo line at the train station, you can already have a direct connection to Piazza del Popolo in Rome.

Address:
Via Flaminia Nuova 821
00189 Tor Di Quinto, Rome, Italy

Capitello Camping

Capitello Camping is a brand new camping facility that can be found nearby the banks of the Tiber River and near the medieval town on Umbria hills called Otricoli. It is conveniently located at the heart of Italy where shops and supermarkets are just a stroll away. It can easily be reach through the highway exit at Magliano Sabina.

Capitello Camping Bungalow

The tranquil environment, cozy atmosphere and awe-inspiring landscape that the camping ground offers make it a perfect place for tourists travelling for a holiday with families or friends who are looking forward on immersing themselves in a realm of cultural and natural beauty.

Capitello Camping Swimming Pool with Slides

Camping Capitello features its very own oceanic lagoon swimming pool, traditional Umbrian restaurant and modern mobile homes. The restaurant offers both regional specialties and pizza dishes which are all available for lunch and for dinner. The mobile homes are ornamented with light color schemes. Each has its own bathroom with shower, kitchenette and outdoor dining area. All of the homes are also air conditioned.

Capitello Camping dish

Not so far from Camping Capitello are a few interesting tourist destinations such as Orvieto, Rome and Perugia which are all just an hour drive from the camp’s location. Nearby the camp area are some natural and cultural spots like the Marmore’s water falls, Narni, Todi and Bomarzo.

Address:
Via Flaminia Km 68
05030 Otricoli, Italy

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