We spent two great weeks at the park with its excellent pools for young kids and the beach on site. The young Eurocamp staff were excellent and friendly. There was a bit of noise at nights due to a neighbouring disco. We have a couple of words of warning for future travellers. First, beware of driving into Naples. We took a turning with a signpost for Vesuvius – and before we knew it, we were driving round southern Naples and there were no more signposts in sight. Driving in Naples is hair-raising. Second, we took a day trip into Rome with an agency called Domizia Incoming. The realities of this tour had little to do with the description given. The trip took 13 hours and 8 of these were spent travelling in and out of Rome by bus. A further hour was spent stuck in traffic in Rome. The guide, who told us she was also a guide on some of the other tours the company offered, rushed us though town from one sight to another and we had trouble keeping up. The tired and monotonous way she talked revealed that she had been doing the job for many years. She only seemed interested when she talked about certain films from the 1960’s, and when she encouraged us to eat at this ‘wonderful’ restaurant, where the food was terrible. In the Vatican, there wasn’t even time to visit the Basilica, as promised in the programme. We were very disappointed and went to see the sights properly another day, this time by train from Minturno/Scauri station. The train took 1½ hours into Rome and taking the metro was easy and we got to see all the sights properly and in a far cheaper and far more leisurely manner. Other guests at the camping village reported having similar experiences with this company.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Baia Domizia campsite is the ideal place to have a fun-filled relaxing holiday. Thanks to its strategic position, it is a convenient starting point to visit some of the most beautiful Italian cities: Rome, Naples, Capri, Pompeii, Amalfi, Sorrento, Ischia, and Caserta. With views of the Mar Tirreno and with a beach over 1km long located in the beautiful Golfo di Gaeta, Baia Domizia Villaggio Camping (founded in 1965) is situated in the splendid Garigliano Natural Park. We have been operating the Holiday Village for 50 years during which we have always endeavoured to improve our increasing services, our offer, our quality standards and security with a single objective in mind - to create the ideal location for a pleasant holiday with many accommodation options. We offer spacious and shady pitching sites for those who love contact with the fragrance and colours of the nature of southern Italy. Alternatively we offer bungalows constructed in the styly of log cabins, comfortable "Maxicaravans", modern apartments or practical caravans. We also offer a wide range of activities for all ages, many sports facitlities and wonderful swimming pools. The Holiday Village is the ideal location for a holiday filled with total relaxation and fun. Thanks to the strategic location of the Village it is also easy to visit some of Italy's beautiful cities and towns like Rome, Naples, Capri, Pompei, Amalfi, Sorrento, Ischia and Caserta. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Baja Domizia Villaggio Hotel Baia Domizia