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Villaggio Camping Calapineta

SS Orientale Sarda 125 - km 250 Capo Comino, 08029, Siniscola, Sardinia Italy
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#6 of 46 Speciality lodging in Siniscola
Just a few kilometres from Calapineta Camping Village lie some of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. From the unspoilt, wild beach at Berchida to Capo Comino, famous for its beautiful sand dunes... The Calapineta Camping Village offers its guests the choice to stay, beneath the shade of its pinewood, either in wooden or brickwork chalets or, alternatively, in their own camping accommodation (tents, caravans, campervans). Calapineta Camping Village provides a range of services all designed to ensure that your holiday is as comfortable as possible. The swimming pool area comprises three pools: one for adults and two for children. Surrounding the pool is a space for sunbathing and an area in the shade of the Mediterranean pines.
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Free parking
Yoga classes
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Hot bath
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Game room
Tennis court
Table tennis
Kids pool
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Self-serve laundry
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English, French, Dutch, German and 1 more
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Lamigee wrote a review Aug 2020
4 contributions3 helpful votes
This was our sixth year running staying at the camping ground. Again a fantastic holiday. We stayed 2 weeks in one of the bungalows on the outskirt of the camping ground. Probably the best and cheapest holiday especially given the circumstances (Covid!). The camping is basic and unpretentious with lots of new bungalows that have been built recently, and which I would highly recommend. Pros: (1)Great views, full of light and airy (camping situated in a pine forest on a gentle hill) (2)Excellent, cheap onsite pizzeria (3 pizzas 18 EUR), with menu recently expanded to include fish dishes (excellent) and beers are around 2-3 EURs max (3) All beaches nearby are relatively empty and free except for car park fees (again max 10 EURs) (4) Bbq in the camping possible (5) The sea front, 300m from camping, has pebbles/ rocky beach and wild camping ground where you can go for a dip (especially after a nice long run) (6) In normal times there is a lot of live entertainment every evening and 1 EUR beer glass at the bar near the pool area (7) And for those unfortunate souls that can't resist logging in to work accounts during the hols, the Wifi in the bar area is quite good (but there isn't much mobile reception in that whole area otherwise) (7) Fairly relaxed camping rules Cons: (1) Not asphalted camping ground, can look disorderly, old roulottes though not rented, look ugly and should be removed (2) The old bungalows (we stayed in one this year again!) are comfortable but will soon need a revamp but the camping provides also tents and these are actually really nice (3)Swimming pools are very small, just for kids / for a dip Neutral: (1) Not a posh crowd, mostly Italians this year and in other years you can expect a crowd of Germans and Dutch (I am Belgian) (2) Vast majority of tourists are families with younger children (0 - 13) Bottom line is that If you are looking for easy going family holiday this area is great and to my knowledge Calapinetta is one of the nicer campings in the area, possibly the cheapest. I would advise anyone that wants to do activities to book these in advance if going during August. The towns nearby have improved from an aesthetical point of view over the last few years but this is certainly not a chic part of Sardinia and bits are still fairly run down. There are however great places to eat & see within 30mins / 1hrs'drive (Su Gologone, Cala Gonone (Gommone Rental), Gola di Gorropu (trekking)) which I highly recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2020
lucipops64 wrote a review Aug 2020
Lago Patria, Italy77 contributions16 helpful votes
We booked to stay 3 nights here but were disappointed to discover just how run down the site is. As has been previously reported, the site (tightly packed) is full to the brim with cracked and dusty caravans and timber structures held together with sun bleached tarpaulins and a multitude of brittle metal and wooden bits of old wood. It is quite shocking to be honest. Caught in a time warp, I can quite see why families would have enjoyed the ambience and laid back style but quite frankly, its heydays are over. This site is in bad need of investment. The showers, toilets and washing areas are tired and dishevelled. And no hot water doesn’t help. The beach is a 5 mins walk away on foot but it is shallow for a very long way out and slippery rocks and pebbles prevent its family-friendly label. Unfortunately, Calapineta really isn’t worth the money they are charging. We were one of only a few motorhome staying over and were put down at the bottom of the site, right on the corner next door to 4 other full scruffy ancient chalets. Whilst there are usually a lot of exciting excursions on offer, Covid-19 has put pay to them and you need a car to get out and about. The site appears to be run by 2 or 3 stalwart friendly staff (Roberto, Enrico and especially Nicole all deserve a mention here) but I suspect they are overworked and underpaid. When we decided to leave 2 days early because our electric kept tripping, the reception staff went out of their way to oblige us with a refund for which we were grateful. Overall, there are a lot better sites out there. Cala Gonone being one of them who charge less and offer far more by way of quality, cleanliness and convenience. Whoever owns this place needs to invest fast cos there is only one way this site is going and sadly, it ain’t up.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Lamigee wrote a review Aug 2019
4 contributions3 helpful votes
We have been going to la ‘Calapinetta’ camping for 5 years running. Myself, my wife and our daughter absolutely love it here. It also happens to be one of the best value for money camping in the region – from accommodation to food to organised trips. There are plusher resorts around but I’ve always found these to be much more restrictive and complicated - especially for things like bbq’s - whereas everything here is fairly laid back. The range of activities organised by the camping itself are numerous and include for example mountain biking, canoeing, trips to famous beaches, trips to gorges and national parks. The camping has direct access to the sea and although it does not have its own private beach there are trails that lead to sandy beaches within 1-2 km as well as wilder pebbly beaches right next to the campsite, which I prefer. Also via car on average a 15 min drive will get you access to a further 7-8 beaches. I enjoy an early run in the morning and this activity or simply walking is quite popular with other campers along with Yoga classes. Where this camping site also stands out is in terms of activities organised for younger children. The holiday goers are an interesting bunch – traditionally it has been a mix of Dutch and German nationals together with Italians both of which get along really well. My only reservation is around the presence of numerous old roulottes owned by ‘senior’ Italians which frankly are old and well past their due date. Whereas some would argue this gives the camping a more traditional charm, I just happen to find them not so ‘esthetically’ pleasing and the swimming pools are more for dipping than professional swimmers wanting to train. But then again the sea is literally at your doorstep and this is what coming to Sardinia should be about. Overall I would say that I am a very picky individual and always opt from something different when travelling. I have only made two exceptions, la Calapinetta being one of them, to which we come back every year. Nestled amongst the pine trees along a beautiful stretch of the coast I still haven’t come across a resort offering a better combination of price, location, amenities and easy going-ness. I could not recommend it more highly.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: Ask for the new chalets
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Response from Calapineta, Responsabile reception at Villaggio Camping Calapineta
Responded 27 Aug 2019
Thank you for being such a loyal guest.
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maaatrix wrote a review Sep 2017
Maastricht, The Netherlands16 contributions11 helpful votes
Exterior and interior are out-dated. Camping has a lot of permanent residents with rusty caravans which looks and feel a bit odd at the least. Beds are very sturdy, and I mean VERY STURDY. Spent one night which felt like I slept at the floor. The building has only one window which is probably why it's quite smelly.. like a basement with fungus. The place was clean but the showers and sink are plagued with little ants. Although pretty harmless, they give the place an unhygienic feeling. Payed €45 for one night and €20 for cleaning which is okay but rather spent a couple euros more for a decent place. If they install air-conditioning, new mattresses and fight the ants it would be worth the price.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Calapineta, Responsabile reception at Villaggio Camping Calapineta
Responded 8 Sep 2017
Dear Customer, Matresses are new orthopedic ones, we understand some might prefer softener models. We are not sure in which brickwork chalet you were hosted, but they all have at least 1 window and 1 door window in the living room + 1 window in the bedroom. Neverthless we apologize if the odour you perceived was not pleasant. Little ants are not meant to be present in the chalet (of course there are in the camping site) please do promptly advise next time the reception we'll make all possible arrangements in order to remove them (even change your chalet if needed). Best regards. Villaggio Camping Calapineta
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GauthierLambert wrote a review Aug 2016
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This was our third summer holiday spent at Calapineta. We stayed in one of the bungalows by the forest / beach entrance. My wife, my daughter and I have always loved coming here. It is great for kids in particular with entertainment provided through the day and in the evening. Our daughter is particularly keen on the ‘baby dance’ in the evening in the camping where younger children dance to music provided by the campsite animators on a purpose made stage. There is also a football court where children can play during the evenig entertainment. The camping itself is quiet, well shaded by pine trees everywhere and has barbeque facilities, a pizzeria, 3 basic swimming pools, plenty of recreational facilities (swings, hammocks, etc..). It is mostly frequented by Italians and Dutch. It is probably the cheapest in the region both in terms of accomodation and food and beverages. It is basic in terms of level of comfort but as we have found out in Italy the more luxurious the campings are the more restrictions they place on what you can and can’t do (particularly bbqs) without standards necessarily being any better (bathroom and cleaning facilities). If you like to run or cycle in the morning there are plenty of paths across the pine forests and along the beach where you can do this. The staff is extremely friendly and the atmosphere is very relaxed – exactly what one needs if you work in a high intensity job travelling countries and staying in Hotels. This is the contrast I look for in a holiday. It’s a great break and apart from lacking its own direct access sandy beach – of which there are endless possibilities nearby - it has something for everyone.
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Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I recommend the bungalows close to the beach entrance or up on the hill
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Frequently Asked Questions about Villaggio Camping Calapineta
Which popular attractions are close to Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Nearby attractions include Spiaggia di Posada (6.1 km), Spiaggia di Su Tiriarzu (5.7 km), and Spiaggia di Capo Comino (6.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Guests can enjoy a lounge, breakfast, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sa tanca 'e Bore, Trattoria La Scarpetta, and Donatella Ristorante Pizzeria.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and yoga classes during their stay.
Does Villaggio Camping Calapineta have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Villaggio Camping Calapineta offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Villaggio Camping Calapineta?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, Italian, and Dutch.