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Localita_ Mandras Scn KM 250 Strada Statale 125, 08029, Siniscola, Sardinia Italy
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#7 of 46 Speciality lodging in Siniscola
Amfibie Treks has been organising unique beach and activity holidays in Sardinia for more than 25 years. Our campsite Cala Pineta is situated at a beautiful location on the east coast. The Amfibie Treks formula is all-inclusive: tent and full board are included. If you like relaxing and enjoying the sun, sea and nature or if you like to be active and sail, catamaran sail, windsurf, snorkel, hike, cycle, kayaking or take part in yoga, everything is possible at Amfibie Treks.
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Stefanopall wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
This is the 3rd consecutive year I spend my holidays at Anfibie Treks and things seem to get better and better year after year. The landscape is stunning, amazing pinewood and an unforgettable coastline. All facilities and services work perfectly, the staff is efficient with a very cool and friendly attitude. The quality of the food is excellent, the chef’s technical skills are outstanding, and he seems to put lots of passion and caring consideration for the guests when preparing each meal. I would definitely go back!
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Date of stay: September 2019
Izaak2014 wrote a review Aug 2014
Den Bosch, The Netherlands1 contribution2 helpful votes
We stayed at the Amfibie Treks campsite in July 2014 and really had an excellent holiday. The employees are extremely friendly and help full. They really do their best to create the perfect holiday atmosphere. Camping is clean, the tents are great, campsite at the see, food delicious, outdoor activities very professional and the concept and people really create a perfect laid back atmosphere. Really worthwhile spending you holiday here.
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Date of stay: July 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
Ivo S wrote a review Jul 2014
2 contributions2 helpful votes
I went in june 2014. A real easygoing campsite not a0far from the coast ad rock beach. 25 minutes to sand strand. A lot of activities, massages, mountainbiking.don t forget to go canyoning and canoeing with terraventura, an outdoor company based on the campsite. Really enjoyable trips, you get to see something. Food is hood,prices are fair. I had a great time and think it has changed comparing to other reviews. Next year i will go again. Tip: book a luxe tent, they call it a suite, with your own bathroom.
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Date of stay: June 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Suite tent
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anne-catrin G wrote a review Aug 2013
Lausanne, Switzerland4 contributions6 helpful votes
We spent a week on this site at the end of July and were really disappointed with what we found. When I booked in March I had understood the camping site was right behind the beach which is not the case. Must have overred this. Apparently it was in the past but in the meantime that site had changed owner and Amfibietreks moved to a camping located 30 walking minutes away from the nice sandy beach with the water sports rental outlet. Now this walk is very nice and easy, on the waterfront, but less fun if you travel with children who do not like to walk 4 x 30min in the hot sun every day. Not to think of who carries all the beach stuff. We used the shuttle that was organised in the morning, at lunch time and in the evening. Now some people might not mind, I did not enjoy having to watch the time all day long to make sure we did not miss it. On top of it a 9:30 departure for a teenager on vacation can impact the happiness factor, too. The site itself was well organised and we enjoyed the premium price for the suite tent location, really comfortable and nicely build on the little hill. Unfortunately the tent was located only 50 meters away from the “Bar” – what seemed a plus during the day for a quick cappuccino or a cold drink, turned out to be anything but premium at night when the bar became a sort of disco. Two out of 7 nights the music was on until 2pm. Pretty hard to fall asleep with techno music on, not only for my kids! And yes it felt as if our tent was standing right on the dance floor. The other nights music stopped at around midnight or 1pm, obviously it always took another half an hour minimum for the “dancers” to find the way back to their tent. So if you are looking for a relaxing sleep at night this might not be the right place to go to. Now one could say why don’t you just stay up every night and become part of the party? Well your teenagers and pre-teenagers need to want to go dance, mine did not. Also, consider that breakfast the next morning is served at 8:30, and the shuttle bus at 9:30 so not much of a sleep in possible. Judgement of food is always very personal. I have been to Italy many times, for fun, work and even lived there at one point. What I can compare the food we were offered to is what you get at an Italian University mensa. Quality was really average and on top of it we needed to queue up every time. Often enough the good stuff, i.e. fresh fruit in the morning, was gone quickly. So as we booked camping “all inclusive” we started going to the local restaurants behind the beach which were up to what I expect from local cuisine at a really affordable price. The staff on the site was really nice and tried to accommodate us well. The water sports rental team though seemed to be less organised in terms of planning courses, and at times less customer oriented… We will certainly not go back to this place again and consider the “premium camping option” overpaid.
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Date of stay: July 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Tom G wrote a review Aug 2013
2 contributions3 helpful votes
The spirit of the original Dutch-founded camping/sailing experience is alive, just about, but budget cuts and complacent management will have killed it off by the end of the season unless something changes. This was our first visit but lots of Dutch guests who had been before confirmed that standards had slipped, for example in the quality of the food, but that although the staff (who were universally helpful and friendly) knew of the problems they were not actioned when escalated to the senior team. There were originally two campsites; one was near the beach (in Santa Lucia but that one has now closed) and the other one 2 miles further south. This is the root cause of most of the problems we experienced - to get to the beach there was a dilapidated old 8-seater minibus for the 15 minute round trip and frequently this had to make 5-6 trips ferrying guests back and forth so many people had to wait for 30+ minutes in the heat then (at lunchtime) rush their meal to start queuing again for the ride back to the beach. More buses were not available apparently so in the peak August season this was an ongoing issue. No one wants to spend time queuing on holiday, but this added unnecessary stress in temperatures of 35c+ and was hardly a major logistical challenge to solve. Next, the food. We knew this was a campsite and were not expecting 5* cuisine (and didn't want it anyway) but we had no fresh fish or local produce all week. The meals were formulaic and unimaginative - tomato pasta every evening followed by a salad of unripe tomatoes and iceberg lettuce. One guy I spoke to said he liked the food because it helped him lose weight! We ate very well and cheaply when we left the campsite for Santa Lucia, so Amfibie could improve this a lot easily enough. Lots of good things to report though; lovely staff, free cold water, great MTB trips, good sailing facilities when the wind comes and free drinks at Happy Hour plus the communal dining created a very friendly vibe. But overall, not an experience we'd repeat unless they can get these basics right. It's run by amateurs at the moment.
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Date of stay: August 2013
US$94 - US$201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Amfibie Treks
Which popular attractions are close to Amfibie Treks?
Nearby attractions include Spiaggia Berchida (6.5 km), Spiaggia di Capo Comino (0.9 km), and Spiaggia di Santa Lucia (5.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Amfibie Treks?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Amfibie Treks?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Amfibie Treks?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Amfibie Treks?
Conveniently located restaurants include Agriturismo Su Cuile, Sos Appentos, and Sa Corte.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Amfibie Treks?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Amfibie Treks have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Amfibie Treks offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Amfibie Treks?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.