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My family and I traveled all the way from Canada and spent part of our trip "Euro Glamping" here in August 2018. We had stayed here once before about 20 years ago in one of the bungalows. A lot has changed since then. We called...More
My family spent 20 days in August 2018 here.
It was pleasant, interesting and worth of it.
The camping site was very clean and had everything we needed.
We enjoyed in the deep shadow of our pitch as well as at the beach or at...More
We'd read the reviews before we went and were very worried about our booking. I prepared by buying Skin So Soft from Avon for the mozzies, ear plugs for the disco noise and plenty of cash for all the sunbeds. I was actually dreading it...More
I have given four stars for the quality of the campsite, which is clean and well looked after. The staff are mostly friendly and speak English. We were able to check in earlier than expected which was a bonus. There is a ticket system for...More
overall the campsite was good and everything that you would need for this type of holiday isavailable and perfectly adequate . We've been to a similar camp site near Rome 2 years ago as we have small children and there are small touches of improvement...More
The Baia Domizia campsite is the ideal place to have a fun-filled relaxing holiday. Thanks to its strategic position, it is a convenient starting point to visit some of the most beautiful Italian cities: Rome, …MoreNaples, Capri, Pompeii, Amalfi, Sorrento, Ischia, and Caserta. With views of the Mar Tirreno and with a beach over 1km long located in the beautiful Golfo di Gaeta, Baia Domizia Villaggio Camping (founded in 1965) is situated in the splendid Garigliano Natural Park. We have been operating the Holiday Village for 50 years during which we have always endeavoured to improve our increasing services, our offer, our quality standards and security with a single objective in mind - to create the ideal location for a pleasant holiday with many accommodation options. We offer spacious and shady pitching sites for those who love contact with the fragrance and colours of the nature of southern Italy. Alternatively we offer bungalows constructed in the styly of log cabins, comfortable "Maxicaravans", modern apartments or practical caravans. We also offer a wide range of activities for all ages, many sports facitlities and wonderful swimming pools. The Holiday Village is the ideal location for a holiday filled with total relaxation and fun. Thanks to the strategic location of the Village it is also easy to visit some of Italy's beautiful cities and towns like Rome, Naples, Capri, Pompei, Amalfi, Sorrento, Ischia and Caserta. Less
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Baia Domizia is a good campsite and we were there during the crossover between off-season and open-season. The first few days were quiet; once the season opened, there was noise (music and games etc) all day from the pool... More
Baia Domizia is a good campsite and we were there during the crossover between off-season and open-season. The first few days were quiet; once the season opened, there was noise (music and games etc) all day from the pool (which was very close to our caravan). In the evening the entertainment moved to the restaurant area which was further away from us, but we could still hear the music up until about 11pm-midnight.
The nearest train station to the campsite is a short taxi ride away. I didn't use the service myself but one of our campsite neighbours took the train into Naples, though they were a bit nervous for part of the journey... More
The nearest train station to the campsite is a short taxi ride away. I didn't use the service myself but one of our campsite neighbours took the train into Naples, though they were a bit nervous for part of the journey because it went through some "rough" areas. Don't know about cost. There is a train station in Pompeii.