We had been to many parts of Italy before, but never to Liguria. The area is just stunning. Food is generally really good, and this extends to the campsite restaurant which is not only a good standard, but excellent value too. We hired a mobile home for 2 weeks which, although obviously nowhere near new, was maintained to a high standard. Reception staff spoke good english, and were really helpful. We enjoyed our walks into the town which has a mixture of modern facilities and the old town section with the familiar narrow streets and alleys. We also enjoyed drives out to the surrounding areas, although parking could be problematic in some areas. The onsite shop only had a few basic items, so we had to go into town to buy fresh milk for example, but you could order bread for the following morning. There was also a stall selling fresh fruit and veg every day. The small pool was pleasant enough, although could have benefitted from some umbrellas to give some shade as it was extremely hot during our stay. The atmosphere on the site was very relaxed and it was very clean and well maintained. It was fairly quiet, although there was a little road noise, especially around the pool. Would I come back? Definitely. Loved it here.
Really couldn't fault this place apart from the long lunch break during which you can't enter the campsite. Would make more sense if you could just go in and choose a pitch and then go and sort out reception when they open, as many campsites do (especially during off peak times). Having said that reception did open a little earlier than advertised on the door and they were extremely helpful.
A new sanitaire block is being built. The current block only has 2 sit down loos (no paper). Plenty of squat loos. Showers are fine - took some working out how to use and the ones at the top layer are more controllable.
There is a small shop where you can order bread for the morning. There is also a bar and react aura to which we didn't try so can't comment on. The pool wasn't open when we were there.
We enjoyed our stay here - they don't charge extra taxes - 17€ with ACSI.
Easy walking distance into town - nice little bar at the bar at the bottoms of the hill before you come back up that we would recommend - lovely wine and beer with free snacks - on our first visit we were given a plate of crisps but on our second visit we were also given lovely fresh bread with salami and anchovies. Delightful!
- Galen (THE AMERICAN GUY)
Camping in Camp Dei Fiori was an awesome experience for myself and my family, I just finished highschool, and went with my Father, Uncle, and Nephew for a trip to Italy, stumbled upon this camp and quickly decided to stay for the weekend. What I liked most about my stay was the abundance of entertainment at night, almost every night there would be some sort of show by the pool and a large portion of the camp would gather there and watch the show, and for me this was a great way for to make friends with both the staff and some campers which was easy due to the very friendly and outgoing nature of the staff. All of the facilities at this camp, including a small store, a dining area, the pool, showers, toilets, and numerous sinks and basins for washing clothes and dishes were all very clean and updated. In conclusion, camping at this Camp Dei Fiori was a great experience for myself, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a great camp site by the beach.