Welcome to Villaggio Blue Marine, your Marina di Camerota “home away from home.” Villaggio Blue Marine aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Marina di Camerota's most popular landmarks, such as Castello Marchesale (0.4 km) and Chiesa di Sant'Alfonso (1.0 km), Villaggio Blue Marine is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Villaggio Blue Marine offer a kitchenette providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.
A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Villaggio Blue Marine, free parking is available.
While in Marina di Camerota, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Villaggio Blue Marine, including Ristorante Brera (1.0 km), Ammore 'e Mare Taverna Marinara (1.1 km), and La Cantina Del Marchese (1.1 km).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Lido Aleppis (0.4 km), which is a popular Marina di Camerota attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Villaggio Blue Marine puts the best of Marina di Camerota at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
La mia esperienza è stata bellissima: personale professionale e gentile, relax. Ideale per famiglie con bambini dai 7 anni in su in quanto la sera c'è musica ed intrattenimento fino a tardi e si sente in tutto il villaggio anche se si sta in alloggio. Alloggi belli e funzionali. Peccato che il Wifi non funzionasse come promesso. Torneremo!! My experience has been fantastic: professional and polite staff, relax, ideal for family with children 7 years old ad older as in the evening there is a lot of music and entertainment till late and you can hear it in the whole resort, even if you are in the accomodation. Beautiful and functional accomodation. It's a pity that Wifi didn't work as promised. Will go back!!
I am the italian speaker so we got on fine at the resort, a lovely place with wonderful italian food. However my husband and kids are not italian so nobody else spoke and the children could not join in any of the kids activities. The staff just shrug their shoulders! It did not occur to them to make an effort as many do know a little bit of english. I suppose we are a little spoiled that wherever we go in they will speak english to the children eg Spain, Germany, Norway even France !! The enforced silencio after lunch (they close pool, everything) which would have been great - if we didn't have 2 kids who were not going to sleep !! then ours want to go to bed at 8pm and the party has just started for the italian toddlers. Ciao !
We are a family of 2 adults and 2 teenage daughters and even though we were the only English family on site we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The accommodation is very cleverly set out in an old olive grove and although the apartments are basic, depending on your choice, most have air con and outside kitchenettes which in August were a godsend. We found the staff and animation team to be very helpful and friendly but would suggest that you have basic Italian as menus and signs are all in Italian. The pools and flumes were clean and fun and the beach which is a five minute walk across the road from the village was beautiful but obviously crowded as it was August. You are not likely to find this resort in a travel agent's brochure but if you want something a bit different and are happy to try to speak some Italian you will enjoy yourselves as much as we did.…
Having wanted to book something away from all the standard travel brochures and tonnes of 'Brits' we found the village on the internet and it seemed to tick all of the boxes. The pictures of the site on the internet, whilst generally quite accurate, completely misrepresented the beaches in the area. The resort has 2 beaches that it 'rents' sections of. Instead of being the idyllic quiet beaches as shown on the website, they were packed with rows & rows of umbrella's & loungers so that you couldn't move. They also regularly played loud music onto the beach, which was dreadful. In fact all of the beaches in that area were the same. The pools were closed everyday from 1pm until 4.30pm which was a complete pain for our 2 boys. Also, whilst the website appears to be quite UK friendly (having been translated into English). Only 1 member of staff spoke English (a fabulously helpful man called Michael) & there is only so much you can do with a dictionary & lots of gesticulating! None of the 'animation' staff spoke English so our kids couldn't really join in with the kids activities. Last, but not least, our BIGGEST bug-bear was the unavoidable loud music from about 7pm-12am every night. It was without doubt the worst & loudest relentless racket that we have ever experienced on any of our holidays. It seemed unavoidable where ever you were on the site. The site is well looked after and the accommodation basic but clean and relatively modern. The music and beaches let the whole experience down for us.…