Nowhere in the world will you find a region with so much to offer: Rome, the ‘eternal city’ and eternally exciting. Tuscany, the birthplace of the Renaissance. Florence and Siena, both works of art in themselves. Alongside this incredible cultural heritage, you’ll find very 21st century activities and attractions.

Rome has it all: culture, architecture, cuisine, but more than anything it's the perfectly preserved sense of history that leaves the most lasting impression on visitors. The Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Vatican are wonders of the Ancient world. And they're all within easy walking distance!

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"Small friendly park, very child-friendly. Animation team excellent." Nadene from Antrim

Your Regional Specialist Lynn

“Our holiday parks offer you the best of both worlds: the hustle and bustle of day trips into Rome before retreating back to base to relax around the pool. Rome is amazing, simply put, and offers something for everyone, but our parks is a brilliant place where you can relax under the Italian sun and get a nice tan and head off for a swim in the warm waters."

Beaches & Lakes: San Vincenzo al Mare

One of the best beaches in Tuscany and only a stones throw from Park Albatros. This clear sea and sand bordered by dense pinewoods is a hit with guests returning year after year.

Hidden Gem: Baths of Caracalla

Colossal statues, marble columns and different varieties of marble cover the walls of this ancient thermal complex. The baths are situated within walking distance from the Colloseum.

Old Favourite: Vatican City

Vatican City is the smallest country in the world with only 920 inhabitants. Home to the Pope and Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, Vatican City was built over the tomb of Saint Peter.

Local Cuisine: Italian Coffee

Italians drink their way through an impressive 14 billion cups of coffee a year so it’s worth knowing the local lingo; ordering a caffè will get you an espresso and when ordering a Latte you may be asked ‘Caldo o freddo?’ (Hot or cold?).

Festivals & Events: Volterra

Every year in August the beautiful Tuscan hilltop town of Volterra goes back to the middle ages for the Volterra A.D. 1398 medieval festival. The town dresses up and trade professions.

What to See & Do: Rome!

With two of our campsites on the doorstep of Rome, it's the ideal opportunity to take to one of the most famous, and beautiful, cities in the world. See the sights, try the food, and taste some wine!