We stayed for one night in our own campervan as part of a traveling holiday across Italy. We selected a medium or middle site which was a lot cheaper but still a very short walk to enjoy sunset on the cliff or the beach, although it was blowing about 30knots onshore when we were there so the beach was closed. I love the hedges around each site for privacy- you don't get that in may camp grounds. Beware - you have to take your own toilet paper to the amenities block, never seen that before. It is a quick walk down to the public beach, and not far from Livorno but a pain that it is one way when you leave the campground. We also ate at the restaurant which was a nice meal. I personally would have trouble staying longer as there isn't that much to see/do but depends what sort of holiday you are after.
- 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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