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Just returned from our 1st eurocamp in Valle Gaia. Had a 2 bedroom esprit which was well stocked with all necessary items. Mick was very helpful prior to our arrival as our flight to Pisa was diverted so he called to ensure we knew where...More
If you are researching where to go on a holiday; go with this camp site, you will not be disappointed! (see my previous review "First Timers - Brilliant!")!!!!
We are just back from another brilliant family holiday (2 adults and 2 boys aged 6 and...More
Stayed for one week with euro camp. The park is clean and well maintained. The grounds man is a pain as he will ask you to move your car even the camp was empty. You can't park next to your pitch. The pools are great...More
Camping Vallegaia is an amazing place for a successful holiday, esp. if you're traveling with children. There are two pool areas:
1) a bigger one with great attractions for children and a pool for adults who want to train lap swimming (25m),
2) a smaller...More
We have just returned from a brilliant two week stay which was to celebrate both my and my friends 6oth birthday. The camp is terrific - spotlessly clean, well laid out and with good facilities. Our couriers - John and Linda - could not have...More
Response from Babette D | Reviewed this property |
i do think this is necessary, there are very few busses and if you are planning on visiting any nearby cities i would really recommend it. good places to visit can easily be 40km away! if you plan on staying on the camp site... More
i do think this is necessary, there are very few busses and if you are planning on visiting any nearby cities i would really recommend it. good places to visit can easily be 40km away! if you plan on staying on the camp site or in the surrounding cities then maybe you can do without but if you plan on visiting anything i think a car is definitely required. but i think this counts for anywhere you go in tuscany, cities are quite far away from each other! and dont be afraid to drive with kids, the roads are mostly calm!