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Nice pools - very crowded in August. If you go I suggest you take a trip to village Bolgheri as a break and for some good food as the camp restaurant pretty average.
Be careful where you cabin or tent as some of the accommodation...More
Just got back from a week away with my son (aged 14). This is a little gem of a place to stay. From 2 weekly football tournaments for the adults and children (my son is 14 so this was a great couple of days for...More
This is a nice relatively small campsite situated in the hills.
We had a nice secluded tent with select camp which was nice as our first experience camping. A big downside was it was a steep trek to the accommodation made worse that we had...More
I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this campsite to friends. We stayed here with our 5 and 3 year old boys over May/June half term and had a wonderful time. The boys loved the swimming pool, spray park and play park. The shop and restaurant were...More
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Response from Pianacce, Direttore at Camping Village Le PianacceResponded 11 June 2016
thanks for your time e for this amazing review.
We are so happy about your tale and we loved the way you describe your holiday.
We can just thanks you and we wait for next time (Let's keep in touch with our official...More
This was our first camping visit (Eurocamp) to Italy as a family. Flights and car hire were pretty straightforward, to/from Pisa. Fortunately, I had taken my own Sat Nav. Camp site was clean and smart, well stocked central store though opening hours could have been...More
We have stayed here 2 times. The 1st time we didn't have a car and got the train from Pisa to Castagneto Carducci-Donoratico station where we got a taxi to the camp (there is a number on a sign outside the... More
We have stayed here 2 times. The 1st time we didn't have a car and got the train from Pisa to Castagneto Carducci-Donoratico station where we got a taxi to the camp (there is a number on a sign outside the station)- there is no public bus or anything though if you do book direct with the camp they can potentially get the shuttle bus to pick you up from the station but they did say it was subject to availabilty. The taxi cost 25 euros with luggage and 20 without so maybe worth factoring that vs. cost of hiring a car.
We weren't there in September but at the end of August and the 1st year we did notice it get quieter the 2nd week we were there as there are a lot of Dutch people there and their kids had gone back to school.