I have stayed at several other camping villages in Italy. So far, I've been impressed by most of them, particularly the one in Rome. This camping village however has almost put me off the whole idea. I stayed in a bungalow, which cost 50 euro a night, far more then any hostel or BnB. The water in the shower in this bungalow seemed to have a mind of its own, jumping from hot to cold randomly no matter where the knob was. I bought a wi-fi card for 4 euro (not a bad price) but after bringing it back to my bungalow, I noticed that there was no wi-fi inside. When I brought these concerns to the front desk, they said AND I QUOTE "Impossible, not true". At breakfast, I went to the market underneath the resturant to find that the bread was rock hard and covered in mould. To round off this terrible experience, at 11:00 the day I was checking out, a woman came to my bungalow, banged on the window and shouted "Out! You, out!" When I tried to explain that I still needed to pack my things, she said "Time up, you out!"
I would recommend anyone staying in Siena to avoid this camping village at all cost. Which shouldn't be too hard, as only one bus in the whole city runs anywhere near it and that bus only comes once every hour.
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