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Via Aurelia km 469, 19039, Sestri Levante Italy
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#1 of 31 Speciality lodging in Sestri Levante
Camping in Sestri Levante, Liguria, Italy, between Portofino and 5 terre on a hill area with swimming pool, two kilometers from the sea and sea bus service.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free shuttle or taxi services
Shuttle bus service
Self-serve laundry
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EdinburghFamily wrote a review Jun. 2020
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After reading all the wonderful reviews of Mare Monti, I was very excited to be travelling from Scotland to Cinque Terre for the first two weeks of July 2020 with my family (husband + 3 young children). I began planning our holiday a long time in advance, booking flight tickets to Milan and a mobile home for us and one for my parents who would also be joining us for one of the weeks. Throughout the booking proces, Diego (the campsite owner) was very helpful and quick to respond to all my questions. He managed to book 2 mobile homes next to each other for us. We paid the deposit back in January and were really looking forward to our trip. Sadly, due to the Covid-19 outbreak we were unable to proceed with our travel plans. When I informed Diego that we were no longer able to come due to our flights being cancelled, he offered me a voucher, allowing us to postpone our booking to the following year. However, when I explained that it was unlikely that we would be able to postpone our holiday, he agreed to reimburse the full deposit (30% of the total price, with the remaining 70% due upon arrival), even though the cancellation policy stated only 80% of the deposit for mobile homes would be refundable. I was very impressed by how accommodating and understanding Diego was, especially given the difficult circumstances everyone working in the tourism sector in Italy would be under during these challenging times. I really hope I will be able to visit this camp site some day but in the meantime I would like to thank Diego for the excellent customer service he provided.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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fairfax2 wrote a review Aug. 2019
London18 contributions11 helpful votes
Didn't think much from the website but reviews suggested it was by far the best campsite in the Cinque Terre area and so it proved. Smallish pitches and quite close together but it works. Why? Partly because it is superbly run with friendly, helpful management but also because the place has bags of charm and atmosphere. I would definitely recommend it, especially (but not exclusively) for families.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Charlie M wrote a review Dec. 2018
Exeter, United Kingdom11 contributions2 helpful votes
Great campsite - we stayed for 2 nights in order to travel to Cinque Terre. Site has great facilities...pool, bar, shop, good showers and toilets. What was impressive was that there are free buses to the town/beach, as well as the site owners providing free shuttle to the station. We returned to the station after a day out, and rang the site, and they came to pick us up straight away. One thing to note is that at the pool you have to wear a swimming cap...these are sold cheaply at the site shop, but was a little annoying to have to buy for 1 quick dip in the pool! The bar had entertainment in the evening which we weren't interested in..it was a bit loud but only because we had an early start the next day. We were on a gravel pitch...small but great for a stopover...pitch had its own sink and great views.
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Date of stay: August 2018
521Jayne wrote a review Sep. 2018
Derbyshire, United Kingdom3 contributions2 helpful votes
We have just spent 4 nights here, a great location for the Cinque Terre and Portofino, staff are so helpful, made arrangements for us to hire a vespa,they also have a free shuttle bus to the station. The site was very clean and well organised, a lovely view of the sea from our pitch.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Davide B wrote a review Jul. 2018
Prato, Italy105 contributions55 helpful votes
I was at camping “Maremonti” in Sestri Levante from Sunday 15th of July 2018 to Wednesday 25th 2018 (I spent 260 € for 10 nights and 1.50 € for first 3 days for city tax) (main weather sunny, only 2 days rained for a few hours, min 20 c max 30 c) and I spent for 1 people (me) for one small tent 261.50 €. The main tourist are from Germany and in generally from north-center Europe, only few italian, and are usually family with children or engaged pairs. Bathroom is clean. Toilet paper and warm water’s shower are free. Also electricity and swimming pool are free. There are a bar and a market. You can also deposit your wallet to the reception. Some nights there is also the karaoke for the children. Sleeping in the camp in the nature, restore you. The closer beach is “Riva Trigoso” (nice) about 2.5 km. The closer train station is “Riva trigoso” about 2 km, but I advise to take train at the train station “Sestri Levante” because trains are more frequent, there is the ticket office and you can buy the “Cinque Terre MS” (about “Cinque Terre MS”: you can go in a day to Cinque Terre with train every time you want and you pay 16 € and you also pay 3.60 € to go from Sestri Levante to Levanto and 3.60 € from Levanto to Sestri Levante. Total = 23.20 €. Cinque Terre are from north to south: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. Pay attention to the rock and jump from reef to the sea). Sestri Levante's city is not cheap but you will be happy to spend your time and money here. Food is excellent (you will fall in love with pesto with every food). “Pesto alla genovese” is the same meaning for “pesto”. You heard the cicadas’s song on daylight and the crickets on night. Sestri Levante is far about 50 km to Cinque Terre (best way is go to Cinque Terre by train, hard roads and hard park for bike and car). There are a lot of good places to get food in Sestri Levante; I list only that I visited (when you can eat “focaccia alla genovese” and every food with pesto or cheese because is excellent). To eat good gelato go to “Cremeria delle Gardenie”. To eat tipical take away food go to bakery “Antico Forno Parchi”, “Panificio Spiga d’Oro”, “Panificio Luca”, and “L’Antico Forno Noufal”. A market open from 7.00 to 24.00 is “Carrefour Express”. To have aperitif “Chiosco Bar Gelateria Dani”. To eat good fish (and not only fish) go to restaurant “La Lanterna”. To eat good flat bread with cheese go to Recco’s city and buy “Focaccia di Recco”. I also went to Genova at pizzeria-ristorante “Al Pisacane” and I had good and big pizza. If you want to buy pesto at market (of every city), the packaged pesto that more feels like the fresh pesto is “Pesto Genovese Novella”. If you want play Luta Livre or Brasilian Jiu Jitsu go to team “La Superba” with teacher Andrea Lavaggi in Genova, Chiavari and Sestri Levante. I also was with Andrea Lavaggi to training with teacher Claudio Baffico in “Bagni Giuliana” a Lavagna. For the riders there is “Passo del Bracco”.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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US$121 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyLiguriaItalian RivieraSestri Levante
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camping Mare Monti
Which popular attractions are close to Camping Mare Monti?
Nearby attractions include El Toro - Birra, Panini & Caffè (1.0 km), Chiesa Nostra Signora della Speranza (0.8 km), and Parrocchia S. Sabina (0.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Camping Mare Monti?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Camping Mare Monti?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Camping Mare Monti?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dal Pontevecchio, Azienda Agrituristica Da Maria Teresa, and Locanda del Borgo.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Camping Mare Monti?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Camping Mare Monti?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Camping Mare Monti?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ruderi del Castello di Rivarola (11.2 km).