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Loc. Punta Ala - Pian d'Alma Maremma - Tuscany, 58043, Castiglione Della Pescaia Italy
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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Updated 04/16/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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Updated 04/16/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#26 of 85 Specialty lodging in Castiglione Della Pescaia
4 stars camp & resort in the heart of the Maremma region on Tuscany, under a huge pinewood forest with direct access to the sea. It provides pitches and mobile-homes for campers along with a wide variety of services and facilities. Focused on active holidays, it offers sailing, sup and tennis courses, guided mountain excursions, bike and bicycle rental. In addition, the Adventure Park, Pump Track and Crossfit for your training just few steps from the sea. Daytime and evening entertainment for the whole family complete the offer of our eco-resort, attentive to the safety of its guests as well as to the environment.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Full body massage
Public wifi
Breakfast available
Outdoor dining area
Tennis court
Bicycle tours
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Walking tours
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Highchairs available
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Gift shop
Outdoor furniture
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
ATM on site
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Private beach
Private bathrooms
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Languages Spoken
English, German, Italian
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Charly_CH wrote a review Sep 2020
Lausanne, Switzerland272 contributions82 helpful votes
In the midst of the pandemic, where lots of complex rules and regulations must make professionally running a resort such as this very complex, we found a very well-run resort that was spotlessly clean. An impressive outcome! The campsite is combined with a broad range of small wooden cabins, integrated harmoniously. We stayed in a cabin and found it comfortable and super clean. The guests are often couples or young families and, because of the pine trees and distance from any source of noise, the environment has a beautiful vibe to it. There is sun and shade well proportioned for everyone’s taste. The beach is at less than 5 minutes walk straight from the camping, and the path there is safe and scenic. The beach is guarded and clean and, for parents with young children, only accessible through an electronic gate. For those who enjoy a quiet vacation in a beautiful environment, this is a clear hidden gem!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Eli wrote a review Aug 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands45 contributions32 helpful votes
Property's Favorite Review
Wow, however big this campsite may be, it still has a wonderful natural feel, thanks to the whole set-up. Large spaces with shade and sun, surrounded by nature. We stayed somewhere in the middle in our own small tent, and this felt cosy hidden away. At night it was amazingly quiet, only owls! Wonderful. The only draw back for us was maybe the distance to the bathrooms, this was quite a walk. Understandable that some people went by bike... The sanitair was clean however, and at least we were not disturbed by it's light or sounds as we were remote from them. The beach is big, but rather occupied in July. The walk to the smaller beaches nearby was definitely worth while: lovely views! Bring water and bites! Okay, and maybe the whole place feels a little impersonal, as you have quite a lot of privacy. Like a real village, not much connection with the rest.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Room Tip: Depending on what you prefer: if you don't want to feel too lonely: choose a place by a path
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VRMM wrote a review Sep 2020
14 contributions13 helpful votes
Let’s begin with the resort itself. If your looking for something in the middle of nowhere to relax and recharge your batteries then this is a perfect place. It’s in a beautiful pine forest with a beautiful beach with crystal blue green waters. The waters are warm and just perfect for swimming. The location is just beautiful. There is loads of activities to do including bike riding, rope challenges in treetops, boat riding etc but be prepared to pay for it all! The resort itself is nowhere near 4 stars but you are paying 4 stars. Things are dated and need some tlc. I booked a Limo home and arrived to find I wasn’t on the list and then at reception was given a easy home and was told that that was what I had booked and that I must of pressed the wrong button! The site is very specific on what home you choose and leaves no room for error but after arguing for over 15mins I decided it wasn’t worth ruining my hols and got customer relations contact instead. If you want to eat in the restaurants in the resort which are two make sure you pre book as soon as you arrive as there is never ever any availability. The way the staff ignore you standing there to ask a question or book a table or just request a price is phenomenal!! They will walk past you a dozen times and even when you ask “can I ask something” you get the most arrogant attitude and a short sharp reply to get rid of you as quickly as possible. Every morning we rented the sun umbrella and communication is non existent once again, there were strong winds but when they rented you the sun umbrella you were not informed in the first two rows you couldn’t open them due to the winds. So myself and loads of other families paid extra for first row sat down to open the umbrella only to be told abruptly by the lifeguard “no no” and just walked off. After going back to the kiosk we were told we couldn’t open the sun umbrellas in the two front rows but in the third we could. So we swapped to the third. But do you think they refunded me the difference in price?! Of course not! We spent the next hour seeing the same thing happening with a whole bunch of other families...would it not be easier to be honest and tell your guests that those rows were no umbrella only???! Can’t understand why I would have to pay anyways if it’s part of the resort? This is absolutely appalling customer service for a 4 star resort and management need to address this seriously. I work and manage people in hospitality for 14yrs and this is poor management of staff and expectations. Guests should always be what we are there for. After all without them the hospitality industry is non existent... It’s a 5 star for the place it’s set in but a 1 star for service, communication and organisation. Improve this and it will be a 5 star review.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Roberto Vergottini, Altro at PuntAla Camp & Resort
Responded Nov 10, 2020
We will take in great and serious consideration 818vandam's review, aiming to get back to total 5 stars opinions soon. An issue with the beach service has certainly happened and an internal inquiry was run after that facts. Hope an output which will solve the communication problems happened will get in the next future. It has been a difficult season for all of us, constrained by face masks and unable in smiling to guests. This security shield hasn't supported our team into transmitting such an empathetic feeling which is a must-have characteristic for hospitality processes. We apologize again for such a bad feeling, none of our staff would have ignore guests at all.
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RIchal7 wrote a review Aug 2020
Warsaw, Poland70 contributions32 helpful votes
PROS: - very nice location in real pine wood - high Covid-19 awarness and strict rules - nice entertainment program. CONS: - if you consider coming with a camper or caravan - THINK AGAIN. Very narrow alleys with branches extending over it - practically a guarantee that you will scratch your (rented?) camper. Premium pitches that make it almost impossible to that are almost impossible to drive into. For those reasons driving out of the camping took as nearly 55 minutes, one person driving and four of us moving bushes and branches aside! - sanitary facilities are on a level adequate to 2/3 star camping. - very narrow and crowded beach.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Roberto Vergottini, Marketing at PuntAla Camp & Resort
Responded Aug 30, 2020
We thank RIchal7 for having underlined the most unique sell proposition of our resort: we are in the woods, a real pinewood, straight on the seaside. Being careful while driving in and out from the deep-forest-set emplacement is a necessary compromise for such an environment. Covid19 suddenly stopped the process for renewing certain sanitary blocks, still pending. It will commence again in the next future (if new lockdown will not come back). Let's hope that the sea streams will return part of the beach strip taken away during this past winter. Crowds are due to different issues: very strong demand of Italian tourism that preferred proximity destination instead of going abroad; everybody would step in the beach and find a place right outside the gate... by walking less than 30/50 meters on, no crowd and enough space for all. Both issues aren't controlled by our side. This is important to know.
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Tomegalomble wrote a review Sep 2019
Steyregg, Austria53 contributions20 helpful votes
I have been to this place multiple times already, and I will try to focus on the most important up- and downsides of it. The upsides: This camping is beautifully embedded in the pine woods along the coast, and all pitches and generally also mobile homes are separated by brush and small trees, which makes you feel very close to nature. The coast and beach are left mostly natural, with sand dunes, pine woods and a natural, beautiful sandy beach. In the surroundings you encounter the beautiful green hills of the maremma with its thick forests, ideal for hiking and biking. The restaurant makes really good pizza napolitana, the bar good coffee and pastry, and the on-site supermarket offers a carefully selected choice of products (that is really good). The prize level in both structures is rather high however, around 80% above normal italian standards. Ups- and downs: Guests are not allowed to listen to radio, TV or make music, cars must be parked outside, only the campsite itself cheers up its guests every evening with its disputable animation program. While that may in general be a big plus for this site, it also has its downs. In fact in multiple occasions guests (without children) are confusing this campsite with a spa health resort, and complain about the noise of children playing or crying, even during the day. While the campsite itself attempts a family-friendly policy, the multiple complaints of guests about children and their way of being have already left a very sour aftertaste for many families coming here on holiday. The downs: Business has been running a little bit too good in the past years, or so it may seem. In fact as a guest, and when talking to campsite staff you might mistaken this holiday site with a military camp or prison. The word "please" is rather unknown to most saff members, in its communication with guests staff members are issuing commands such as "you have two hours to park your car outside", or, when checking in, "if you want to stay here you must sign the accommodation contract here". As being half italian myself, and caring about outdated things such as "cortesia" I have to say that in more than one occasion I felt ashamed when I heard how receptioniosts or staff members were talking to foreign visitors to our country. (This is a most obvious consequence of bad staffing policy of the direction of this place). Another divergence I had was with the presumed "eco-friendliness" of this place. In fact, in my opinion, separating your waste is not the only criteria for being an eco- friendly place. Warm water is exclusively produced with fossil fuels on this campsite, if you are looking for traces of solar panels or other green energy innovations you will end very disappointed. Also, given the high price-level of this site, the sanitary infrastructure is throughout old and outdated and not up to modern standards. Obviously, as long as business is running well, why investing in things such as modern sanitary buidlings - or am I mistaken?
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Date of stay: September 2019
3 Helpful votes
Response from Roberto Vergottini, Marketing at PuntAla Camp & Resort
Responded Aug 16, 2020
We thank the reviewer for highlighting our most positive aspects that we will not celebrate anylonger. We will not even try to hide the others, less positive. There are no excuses for the lack of courtesy of our team. In a large community like ours, clarity and respect for the rules is fundamental. We do not wish that the tone in giving the peremptory indications was sometimes misunderstood as rude. We will take more and more care of this feature. As for the noble eco-friendly reality of our resort, even if it is right to remember that we have had several awards over the years for the eco-compatible management systems adopted, we are aware that as soon as new investments in this direction are sustainable, more effective paths will be taken. respecting the environment. After the most recent events, given the difficult economic crisis that will make the next three years the most difficult ever, the path to follow will be longer both to intervene with the suggested restructuring works and to improve our eco- performance. We hope we can do it.
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$106 - $270 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTuscanyProvince of GrossetoCastiglione Della Pescaia
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Frequently Asked Questions about PuntAla Camp & Resort
Which popular attractions are close to PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Nearby attractions include Cala Violina (0.9 miles), Cala Civette (0.5 miles), and Spiaggia di Casetta Civinini (0.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Da Grazia, Bubula - Cucina di Maremma, and Ristorante Vittorio.
Does PuntAla Camp & Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, PuntAla Camp & Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at PuntAla Camp & Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to PuntAla Camp & Resort?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Ex Terminal Teleferiche di Terra Rossa (2.9 miles).
Is PuntAla Camp & Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.