Sporting Club Village

Sporting Club Village

C/da Bocca Arena, 91026 Mazara del Vallo, Sicily Italy
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debbpic wrote a review Sep 2016
cornwall
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We have been to many campsites over the years across Europe, this one had the best accommodation by far. It was new, clean and spacious. We went with Vacansoleil who we have also used many times. That's where the "best" bit ends. Let's start with the shop....very small and completely empty. I went in once to get a scoured pad to clean the bbq, some matches and some milk...nope, not one thing. Never went in again. Then there's the promised horse riding which was non existent, the sad covered over mini golf, the non existent football tournaments promised in the brochure. The pools were nice but the entertainment was a shocker! Peace was ruined when they turned up and started to sing! It was the worst sound I have ever heard. We had to leave. Then the child's pool was roped off for good.....why? No lifeguard. They are obviously in the run down part of the season but we are fully paying customers and deserve everything in fullness up until the end. Then there's the security/ control or lack of it. We decided to avoid holidays with Brits as they are, on the whole, brash, loud and annoying. This place was filled with brash, loud and annoying Italians. Shouting, singing, laughing at anytime of the night (3 am regularly). Dogs barking in their locked chalets all day and when I complain nothing is done about it. I would not recommend this campsite to anyone unless it was a Freebie!
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Date of stay: September 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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keithley wrote a review Sep 2011
uk
3.0 of 5 bubbles
All in the title really.
In agreement with other reviews.
It's not a bit run down which isn't shown in the pics - but doesn't mean you shouldn't go.
Don't go on 14th of August - bank holiday on the 15th so ALL shops are shut from 2pm on the 14th and dont open until the 16th. The Italians then party all night - which is ok for some - but not if you've been up early that day.
Just buy the bread in the campsite shop and put only small amounts on the campsite credit card in case you need to leave before anyone is at reception.
Try to contact the campsite to get a caravan away from the kids play area as teenies turn up there to natter throughout the night.
Kids loved the dancing - so if you have daughters who like wii dance type thing with an instructor this is the place.
Staff all very very nice. Restaurant good aswell but you need to get there for 8 to avoid very slow service due to it's popularity.
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Date of stay: August 2011
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Try to contact the campsite to get a caravan away from the kids play area as teenies turn up...
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Ben F wrote a review Aug 2011
Bedford, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Family of 3 with our own tent plus a hire-car for 12 nights. We arrived 23 Jul and the camping field was only about 10% full so we found a quiet spot and had room to spread out. At weekends, the site was more like 25% full, mostly with camper-vans.

Mazara del Vallo is not a tourist town. Most of the guests at SportingClub are Italian with a few Belgian and Dutch. We were the only Brits there which suited us fine! The nearest supermarket is about 1Km and nearest off-site restaurant about 800m. Mazara is a working fishing port and city which is largely scruffy except for the sea-front and main shopping streets. There's a beautiful old town just beside the port though.

Within walking distance there's a beach with a private part and a public part. The public part is fine but it's quite a thin strip of sand and isn't too scenic. Using a car, you can get to Selinunte which has a beautiful beach.

The good points:
1. Plenty of space for camping and no need to have very close neighbours
2. Brand new shower block with funky blue lighting
3. Sicilians are generally very well-behaved so we had no worries with security, safety etc.
4. Pool is big and well-maintained. Gets a bit busy at times.
5. Lots of things going on - probably more animation that is really neccessary
6. The staff and everybody were really friendly. An excellent atmosphere

and the bad:
1. Just one shower block (2 men's loos, 2 ladies' loos) for over 100 camping pitches. That's fine when it's only 10% full but there was queuing and the plumbing was unable to cope when the site was 25% full.
2. There aren't very many restaurants to choose from. There are about 7 along the sea front and another 4 or 5 that we found in other parts of the town. They don't serve pizza at lunchtime. If you want a pizza, you have to wait until evening.
3. The campsite is sandwiched between a river (rather stagnant in summer) and a road and railway line. It's not noisy but it is a rather urban setting.
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Date of stay: July 2011Trip type: Travelled with family
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Johnny wrote a review Oct 2012
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Careful with this place, I had a very bad experience with them. They took my money after I made a cancellation by phone, and they never admitted that I did, they said that I did not cancel so I had to pay the full stay.

Careful with the staff and people working in reception, they will take your money if they can.
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Date of stay: September 2012Trip type: Travelled with family
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bertieCork wrote a review Jul 2009
cork
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I travelled there in july and was expecting a good place because of the website. However the reality was much different. The area of sicily is not very touristy and has very few facilities if travelling with children. The campsite looked decrepit as we drove up to it , overgrown everywhere.
On check in we were told there was a 100e deposit cash needed, not told of this anywhere on booking. Also they operate a no cash system in the campsite where you give them money at the desk and they give you a credit card type thing with which you can pay for every thing onsite. I know that this has its benefits as to controling their security but again it was awkward and we did not know about this before we arrived.

The mobile home was overgrown with weeds outside and the bbq was not cleaned before we arrived or after we said it needed cleaning.this was the same with other homes too. The tv did not work and was not fixed during our 9 days there even though it was pointed out. They don't provide kettles so if you want to have a cup of tea use the saucepan!!!!

The kids activeties were for 10 plus not younger. the kid club people spent most of the time flirting with the teenagers and showing them how to do sexual gyrations as part of a dance..............not suitable for a family campsite. The pool area was overgrown also and there were several leaks from pipes that made the grass verges mucky and dirty.
There were no hygiene restrictions at all at the pool and for the first 7 days you could not see the bottom of the pool.

An ordinary coffee does not exist here, just expresso shots and capaucinos. TEA?? TOUGH LUCK!!!

The mini market was so mini it was unbelievable that they did not see that if they had a good shop people would not have to go elsewhere for there goods.

The restaurant was only open at 8pm at night and had the OLD MENU for the duration of our stay with items such as lasagne not available. taking arders were always wrong and basically the kitchen gave you the food whenever it was ready and not together. They had a takeaway pizza place but no info on the procedure to use it, and there was a procedure believe me. you were expected to know.. In the whole city of mazara we were told there was one taxi. yes one taxi!!!!!!!! the coach company siberiana was excellent and looked after our party very well.

On one night there were a lot of locals in the pool bar area and something happened and the owner roared loudly for a few minutes and that was the end of all entertainment(disco) for the night and the bar closed also.

Some of the staff were very good, the older bartender and singer, the minimarket man, and the girl in reception. Everyone else just did not seem to care at all.

Maybe it was just a big clash of cultures between sicilian and irish but it did not lend itself to a happy experience. we made the most of it and ours kids had a good time but be warned and be wary.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Date of stay: July 2009
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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NeilD75Ireland wrote a review Sep 2016
Belfast, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just arrived back from 10 days at this campsite and it was an experience I won't be recommending or repeating. I am gobsmacked that it has received a 4 star rating, I can only assume it was from a scoring matrix of 0-100.

We had a nightmare from the off. It all started with the car hire company at the airport and the impossible task of actually getting a car. It is safe to say I will not be using Firefly car hire again. I read TripAdvisor reviews, warnings and horror stories about hiring a car in Sicily prior to our holiday and decided to carry on regardless. Probably a big mistake in hindsight but It was essential for us to have a car given the distance to our accommodation and having two young children and masses of luggage. I won't go into in any further detail other than to say we got completely ripped off, ended up with no car, no refund and had to stump up 150 euro for a taxi to the campsite. Great start to our holiday with a 7 and 1 year old in tow. Going by the furious arguments at the various other car hire desks I am guessing we were not on our own.

We tried to put our airport mishap behind us but when we arrived at the campsite I got an ominous feeling as the taxi bucked up and down through the potholes on the drive in. The stink of sewage from the river running parallel to the site was overwhelming. This is the same river that the campsite actually promote the provision of water sports from - astounding!! On the bank on the opposite side of the river a huge excavator/rock breaker was tearing up and filling in this mire with rocks. It was only when I had a chance to walk around the site that I came to the conclusion that the toilet facilities may have actually been draining into it as there was a hill on the opposite side of the site which meant it couldn't have gone anywhere else. They were most likely filling this mire in to try and contain and filter the stench of effluent pumping into it. The excavator was going Monday to Friday, all day long, scraping rock and dirt and generally being noisy, all within 20 feet of the pool and caravans.

On the opposite side of the campsite we had a railway line perched about 30 feet above on the hill that flanked us. Great for anyone who likes a bit of amateur trainspotting, not so good when you and your children are in a nights sleep and get woken by your bed shaking at 6.30am. The trains were regular during the week but I am still trying to work out where they were going as it seemed impossible to find any public transport in the town. Maybe it was the wormhole to Hogwarts?

We arrived on a Sunday and the place was deserted. We put the quietness down to it being the end of season or the Sicilian's being at mass or sacrificing a car hire manager. No supermarkets open, the mini-market onsite was locked up and never opened at all. The on site restaurant opening hours seemed to be whenever the chef woke up or turned up. I am all for the laid back way of life in the Mediterrianan but this place was practically abalienatus. We enquired about a bus service to the town and were given directions to the bus stop on the seafront. I didn't see one bus within a 105km radius of the campsite in 10 days. We enquired about a taxi service, we were told that there were no taxi's in the town!! We saw a tourist train (toy train, or whatever you would like to call it) driving along the promenade and my wife waved him down. He told us he stopped at the campsite and gave us a timetable with a line through the times which were off schedule. Progress we thought, an actual connection to civilisation. We saw the train the next morning at the campsite and when we went to get on it the driver was fast asleep drunk. Needless to say we never saw the train again after that. I felt like we were marooned due to the lack of basic infrastructure in the town. If you hadn't laughed you would have cried.

The campsite itself is in major need of refurbishment. To their credit the pools were first class and immaculately kept. That's about all I can say in favour of the campsite as the rest was in need of major surgery. It has obviously not been maintained since it first opened. The promotional photos on their website were definitely then who the ribbon was cut or the toy train driver smashed his wine bottle against the gate. It needs a huge refurbishment and a crop dusting of weed killer. The tennis court surface was torn and worn with caved in creators around the edges - perfect for those looking to break their neck. Weeds were flourishing up along the fencing around the court and everywhere else for that matter. The fencing was falling down, badly patched and held together with elasticated s-hook ropes. The crazy golf course was hilariously pathetic. The kids hit a ball in the hole and lost it, where it went is anyones guess? probably ended up in the river via the drainage to our toilet. They had two bouncy castles which they never inflated. The football pitches were sun bleached and ripped. The children's play park should was very dangerous. The slides had what looked like a 70 degree gradient and my oldest son came down it like a missile!! Luckily he didn't faceplant on the concrete around it. The basic lack of safety in this park was on par with crossing the Irish Sea on a skateboard.

Now for the best bit, the petting zoo. Lots of stray cats which like to pull the rubbish out of the bins that were infrequently emptied. They also liked to crawl onto your decking and over the barbeque made from iron reinforcing bars (the type an engineer specifies for reinforcing concrete floor slabs). Needless to say we never used this. The mere whiff of food from our caravan acted like a magnet for these scrawny cats. Half a dozen would surround the caravan glaring and hissing. We eventually gave up on eating outside due to cat intimidation and the smell of the river. The site also had a large scruffy dog which liked nothing better than laying turds all over the grass banks beside the kids play park. She thrived at it. She also like to relieve herself in the front gardens of the caravans which meant we could not let the kids anywhere near them. My one year old managed to stand on one of its deposits and get it on his shoe. This I didn't find funny at all. To round it all off the mangy mutt would bark and howl all night long disturbing everyone trying to sleep. I love animals but I would have happily cut this things knackers off by the 10th day.

The caravan itself was basic and looked half decent inside at first glance. It was clean but lacked a lot of the basics like running water. It went off for 7 hours one day which was horrendously unhygienic. We couldn't wash the children, makes bottles for the baby etc. Our neighbours from the Netherlands were told to use the showers at the pool and the lady came back furious as she has found a used sanitary towel left it the shower. The caravan flooded 3 or 4 times as the waste pipe kept disconnecting from the toilet U-bend. The water would flow out into the kitchen/living and bedrooms resulting in our bed sheets and some clothing being soaked with toilet water. When the water did work it was temperamental. The cold water tap on the kitchen sink didn't work. The hot water tap would have stripped your skin to the bone. No warning signs to say that it was plumbed directly into Mount Etna. The shower controls had been broken previously and set back in with an Isopon type filler. The shower also had two settings 1. Third degree burns 2. Hypothermia. The itinerary of equipment was completely made up. No bread knife, no oven, no toaster or grill, no proper bowls (just shallow dishes) etc., etc. I know some of this may appear trivial but given the litany of charges this place was racking up it was really very annoying.

I want to finish on a positive note. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. They tried to solve all of our issues quickly but some were impossible to fix. They also arranged car hire for us from the camp site when they learned of our predicament at the airport. Before this happened they also arranged a member of their staff to drop us off in town and pick us up again in the site mini-bus. I thought that was a nice touch.

Having said all that though, a holiday is supposed to relieve stress and not add to it. I wouldn't set foot back in this place even if they made me King of Mazara del Vallo and made the 51,359* locals cool the water in our sink by each blowing once on the hot water. Avoid this place like the plague. It makes Guantanamo Bay look like Valhalla.

* Population figure accurate at the time of the 2009 census but I am guessing it has reduced since due to the bus and taxi drivers immigrating.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Stay at home
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Stefy RoMiz wrote a review Sep 2014
Island of Malta, Malta
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Was there and will definitely will visit again. Nice place, very friendly & helpful staff, great animation team with various performances that involve most of the spectators in their shows. The food there is really good and the prices are really moderate, even the prices at the bar are reasonable. The pool is always very clean, like all around the village. The bungalows are really sweet, small but with all necesities though some things could do with a change to new but on the whole it's the perfect place for the whole family. Will go back for sure next year especially if there is the same animation team of this year!!!!
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Date of stay: September 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
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Marmite146 wrote a review Jun 2014
Worcester, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from a week here and had a pleasant time on this site. It's well placed for exploring a lesser known part of Sicily.

For the first 5 nights we were the only people on our mobile home road and it was lovely and peaceful. Got a bit more lively at weekends with Italians on weekend breaks, but all adds to the atmos. Lovely kept grounds with hanging baskets on our patios.

Only problem was when we left. Our own fault I guess, but when we arrived there were the odd things missing off the inventory (knives etc) and one pan that was unusable with gunk, but thinking, hey this is Sicily, we didn't mention it and just got on with it. Tried to get our deposit back and the cleaners accused us of taking knives, mucking up pans and then letting mould grow under the fridge (which really couldn't have happened in week!) eventually we persuaded them and got back our deposit, but it left a nasty taste and held us up over an hour for our return to the airport.

So lesson is- always make a fuss about the inventory.

The reception staff were lovely though!
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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grullooo wrote a review Jun 2014
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Overall not bad considering the prices.....staff kind & helpful (especially Stephanie at reception), excellent food at the Quarara restaurant but facilities could do with a bit more attention. More flowers, more cleanliness, more looking after the place in general.
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Date of stay: May 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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ChrisThomas1970 wrote a review May 2014
Malta, Europe
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Staying at Sporting Club Village in late March and early April, My family and I realized that we would be the first guests to stay in 2014. One thing that made the biggest impression on me was the staff. Any shortcomings due to us arriving before the actual opening date was made up for the personalized service we received from every member of staff. I only gave 4 out of 5 stars due to all the facilities were not made available because of our early booking. I will say that the surrounding area (Mazara de Vallo) is absolutely gorgeous with beaches, culture and history. I only wish that we could of experienced the complete club as the restaurant (too early) and the pool (too cold) were not open when we stayed.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: My daughter misses the cat she befriended.... :)
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Answer from
Mazara del Vallo, Italy
Buon pomeriggio , il fiume si trova al lato destro dal entrata dallo Sporting . Possiamo assegnare un casa mobile in mezzo alle altre case , in questo modo non sara vicino al fiume . Cordiali Saluti
Didde asked a question Jan 2018
14 contributions5 helpful votes
Is there any shops, restaurants or city life within a walking distance?
Answer from infoM8146BY
Mazara del Vallo, Italy
Dear Mr/Miss, Our hotel is distance 10/15 min. of the city center. Will be a service charter from/to Sporting Club ( a little train) every day (3 courses in the morning) and (3 courses in the afternoon) at the cost of € 1.00. For more information don't hesitate to ask us
Answer from Antonella B
1 contribution1 helpful vote
ciao si il campeggio e vicino il mare l'acqua E la qualità della spiaggia sono ottime ed anche a piedi Si può arrivare alla spiaggia. ciaoooo
NeilD75Ireland wrote a tip Sep 2016
Belfast, United Kingdom8 contributions21 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Stay at home"
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ChrisThomas1970 wrote a tip May 2014
Malta, Europe9 contributions10 helpful votes
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"My daughter misses the cat she befriended.... :)"
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keithley wrote a tip Sep 2011
uk1 contribution2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try to contact the campsite to get a caravan away from the kids play area as teenies turn up there to natter throughout the night."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sporting Club Village
Which popular attractions are close to Sporting Club Village?
Nearby attractions include Chiesa di San Francesco (3.4 km), Teatro Garibaldi (3.2 km), and Kasbah Mazara del Vallo (3.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Sporting Club Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Sporting Club Village?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Sporting Club Village?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Sporting Club Village?
Yes, free parking, secured parking, and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sporting Club Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Il Gabe’ Bistro' & Bar , Ammàri - Racconti e Cucina di Mare, and Bar Profitterol di Amodei Filippa.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Sporting Club Village?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Sporting Club Village?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sporting Club Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, Italian, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Sporting Club Village?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kasbah Mazara del Vallo (3.3 km), Collegio dei Gesuiti (3.1 km), and Arco Normanno (2.9 km).
Is Sporting Club Village accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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