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Cieloverde Camping Village

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Via della Trappola 181, 58100 Marina di Grosseto, Grosseto Italy
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The Cieloverde Camping Village is in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, between Marina di Grosseto and Principina a Mare in the province of Grosseto, and it borders on the Maremma Nature Park.Cieloverde Camping Village lies deep in a splendid, long-established pinewood, looking out onto a stretch of the Costa d'Argento where a sandy beach that slopes gently down to a crystalline sea.The Cieloverde Camping Village is located near a vast area of archaeological interest. The Etruscan and Roman necropolises at Roselle, Vetulonia, Sorano and Pitigliano are must-see attractions. The many mediaeval villages in the area are of great interest, as is the Maremma nature park, the Monte Argentario archipelago with the islands of Giannutri, Giglio and Elba, and the mountain and valleys at the foot of Monte Amiata. Not to mention the art cities: Siena (70 km), Florence (160 km), Rome (200 km) and Pisa (160 km).
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Free parking
Free internet
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Public wifi
Internet
Restaurant
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Evening entertainment
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
Self-serve laundry
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Air conditioning
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English, Croatian, German, Italian
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The campsite itself is very pleasant,the trees provide plenty of shade for most of the day and it's a lot of fun cycling around. We found it quite well organised, clean and with large camping spaces. However, negative points include: Loud live concerts that go on past midnight that can be heard over quite a large area. The bathrooms, which are mostly turkish-style toilets don't have toilet paper or soap and the number of showers isn't sufficient and you cannot regulate the temperature so it is quite hot, especially for summer. The beach is well equipped and organised but the water isn't so clean (obviously not the camping's fault) The high-end restaurant Il Tosco, although serving reasonable food was overpriced and we weren't treatef very honestly. The provided electricity is limited to 3amp (600watts) which means you basically can't use an electric cooker. Although this isn't the camping's fault, loud fighter jets reguatly pass overhead throughout the day. A nice thing is that there are many ways you can stay here such as galmping and a few different types of bungalows. We appreciated the effort they put in to try and be ecological with recyclig, electric viechles for hire, a bat garden and a water machine. A very positive point is that you can hire bikes and it is a very safe and flat place to ride around and it's an ideal form of transport in the campsite
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I have basically seen the Camping growing from its starting. Went back this year. It is a small very well organized village. You have everything you need in the camping. For teens this is a spot on place Prices go with level of service...so a bit above average for a camping; but also services are above average
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I give it only 2 stars because the bungalow houses where very pretty and great! But the rest was not so great, some of the staff were arrogant angry and rude, right at the beginning when we first get here, so i didn’t feel Welkom whatsoever, but in general they are also rude. You have to pay for every single little thing, even the shower on the beach, you have to pay every day for the pool per person, the staff there at the bar were actually very very friendly, we definitely made some friends there. I don’t mind pay for everything, but I at least expect luxury because they claim to be 4 stars, none of the restaurants were good on the camping, very expensive for very bad food. This camping have every potential to be great, but they really need to get their priorities straight and not only think about money for everything cause that is what it makes me feel like that they only cared for money and not the people in general, we are clients so we suppose to be treated simply nice, that is not much to ask. Sorry but I was very excited in the beginning but that was immediately gone when I arrived, I find it a shame also because I paid a lot, and people work hard to go on vacation and be treated nice is at least what they can do.
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we returned after a first lovely visit last year and were so excited to get back to the chirping crickets and smell of a warm pine forest. staff are so helpful and multi lingual on check in, but as before we escaped all other English people during our visit. bliss ! again we had a Green Sky house with great aircon and a fab terrace for dining outside. The onsite supermarket is well stocked and we ate breakfast at home with fresh bread each morning. The fish man visits in his van 3 times a week which gave us great swordfish and prawns. we also ate out in their lovely onsite restaurants - casual pizzas in the pizzeria, fine dining (but so cheap - 12 euro mains!) in Tosca, and a brilliant western experience in the steak/burger place. They made the best burgers we've ever had in our entire lives! highly recommend for families, kids, couples, older people and those with disabilities. you can cycle around or catch the beach bus, a petit train which is hilarious and runs all day. in june, we paid 750 euros for a whole week - what a bargain! thanks again cieloverde , we shall return
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Probably the best camp site I have visited. Excellent mix of civilisation (pool, bar, shop) with nature (spacious site in pine woods). Area “Roselle” was not to far from central area, with modern toilet block and still quiet. Train to beach was convenient. We visited off season (Pfingsten holidays, end of May / early June). I guess it gets much busier in high season...
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PRICE RANGE
$80 - $288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyTuscanyProvince of GrossetoGrossetoMarina di Grosseto
NUMBER OF ROOMS
1200
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cieloverde Camping Village
Which popular attractions are close to Cieloverde Camping Village?
Nearby attractions include La Maremmana - Caseificio Inno al Sole (3.6 miles), Marina di Alberese (4.6 miles), and Stabilimento Balneare Capri (1.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Cieloverde Camping Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Cieloverde Camping Village?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Cieloverde Camping Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cieloverde Camping Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pub Paladin, Gli Attortellati, and Frank & Serafìco.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Cieloverde Camping Village?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Cieloverde Camping Village?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Cieloverde Camping Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, and Croatian.
Is Cieloverde Camping Village accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.