We are a family of 4 (two children age 17 and 14) and we go camping almost each summer (mainly in Croatia), so we have seen the good and the bad. We also have seen good (4* and up) and not so good hotels. This year we didn't feel like doing the whole tent thing, so we decided on looking for a mobile home. This being a last minute decision we didn't have much choice in the destination, everything was already booked in most of Italy. After finding one free mobile home in the Miramare Camp we booked it. After that we read the reviews which scared us, but it was too late to turn back. We were pleasantly surprised. The mobile home was clean, with two bathrooms (big advantage with two big kids). The beds were comfortable, bed linen and towels were rented at a reasonable price. Though there is a train track and busy road adjacent to the camp site, we didn't find it as noisy as expected. The beach is not a sandy beach, but a rocky one, which is the norm for this part of Italy. We enjoyed the sea but if you don't have anything on your feet you may hurt yourself on the rocks. You can rent chairs and umbrellas if you wish. If you don't want to cook the restaurant on the premises serves a variety of meals. We decided to go for half-board, the food was good, the service friendly. The prices were not more than the average in that area. In general it can be said that Italy is fairly expensive especially during the high season. The campsite has a market which sells the basic necessities. We found a greater selection and more variety for less in the supermarkets of Livorno. Wifi internet connection can be rented but, the connection gets bad the farther away you go from the main buildings. The campsite is a good starting point to visit Livorno, Pisa and Firenze (be prepared to stand on long lines to get into museums, churches etc.) . I don't know about the the facilities used by those with tents, as we had our own, but all in all we were satisfied with what we got. So if you are looking for a mobile home in this area I believe that you will get what is expected for the price payed, just book in time or else forget it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Villaggio Miramare offers modern, self-catering bungalows on the Tuscan coast, right on the sea. It offers 2 outdoor swimming pools and a private beach. Lobby Wi-Fi and parking are free.Each bungalow comes with a living area, kitchenette, and a private terrace. The resort also features a camping area. It is immersed in greenery and is just a few steps from the sea.Sun loungers are available to rent around the pool or at the beach. A lifeguard is always present at the pool.The beach at Miramare Villaggio has been awarded the European Blue Flag for its cleanliness. It is easily reached directly from the resort, down a few steps.Ferries to Sardinia, Sicily and Spain leave from Livorno Harbour, 9 km away. ... more less
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