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Sabaudia Beach Italy

The main reason for us to go for Sabaudia was the beach. For the first time since Lerici, we would hit the coast of the Mediterran sea. This street separates the camp site from the beach, and you will have a wonderful time there. Don't miss the sea food at the beach restaurants!

Sabaudia Italy

This is a closer view at the C. Circeo, south of Sabaudia.

Parco Nazionale del Circeo Italy

View from M. Circeo across the Parco Nazionale del Circeo with the Lago di Sabaudia in the center.

Torre Olevola Italy

After a full day of relaxing at the beach, we started our way to Naples. You will find a number of nice beaches like this one where you can stop and take a bath. This is the beach of Torre Olevola. It is not as peaceful as in Sabaudia. They charge for the umbrellas, and if you do not want to rent an umbrella, you are restricted to the public parts of the beach. Here, it is the small area between the umbrellas. That is fun - not!

Sun Umbrellas Italy

A closer look at the first row of umbrellas at the beach of Torre Olevola.

West Coast Italy

The beautiful coastline close to Naples, Italy.

West Coast Italy

Again, the fantastic coastline in the Naples area.



Zanzig's Camping Tip
Camping Sabaudia
v. Sant' Andrea, 15
04016 Sabaudia (Lt)
Phone (0773) 593 057

Camping Sabaudia is a medium sized camp site right behind the beautiful beach of Sabaudia. Just the dunes and a road separate the site from the beach, so it is a perfect destination for kids. The beach is clean, and there is plenty of room for everyone. The camp site might get crowded during high season, so an early reservation is recommended. The site is definitely up to standards and will provide you with good value for money. There is an excellent restaurant at the beach road; you may consider driving there as it is not really within walking distance.

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