Are you planning an outdoor trip to Italy but not sure where to start with your Glamping Italy plans? Look no further. I have listed some of the best sites for your glamping getaway in Italy.
Being one of the oldest cultures in Europe, Italy has a beautiful nature as well. You will find many glamping sites around Italian mountains and along the coastline.
Glamping in Italy is a perfect way to explore wonderful culture and stay away from crowded hotels. Here are some of the destinations I highly recommend for your next holidays in Italy.
Top 5 Best Glamping Italy Sites
1. Glamping Canonici Di San Marco, Venice
Glamping Canonici di San Marco offers accommodation in luxurious tents placed in the park of a 17th century barn located in the countryside between the Venetian lagoon and the Brenta river.
Just 20 minutes away from the centre of Venice the glamping site is a great base for visiting nearby cities like Venice, Treviso, Padua and Verona or beach resorts including Venice Lido, Jesolo, Caorle and Sottomarina.
While staying at the site you can enjoy plenty of activities, such as wine tasting, gastronomy tours, and different sports and social activities.
All glamping tents can accommodate up to five guests, with a spacious bedroom, a lounge area, a fully equipped bathroom and offers beautiful views on the surrounding fields.
You can choose your accommodation between two luxury tents, two tent suites, and two suites, each one individually styled.
Luxury Tents Gelso and Kaki
Gelso and Kaki sleep up to 4 guests. Gelso is a unique type of glamping tent, furnished in an unusual way and featuring a tree inside the lodge. Kaki is a heaven for vintage-lovers decorated in a retro way.
Luxury Tent Suites Bamboo and Bagolaro
Bamboo and Bagolaro sleep up to 5-6 people. Bamboo features a silver bed, white curtains and iron chandelier. Bagolaro is influenced by Africa with zebra rugs, hand-carved chests and wooden animals.
Luxury suites sleep up to 2-4 guests. Rosso Veneziano is a spacious suite with two bedrooms and Junior Suite Verde Laguna is perfect for romantic getaways.
Guest review: “If you are looking for an escape from your routine this is the right place. Charming location, very well refurbished and maintained, huge tents with all comforts, delicious breakfast with silver cutleries. You really feel pampered.”
2. Ciriga Sicily Glamping, Sicily
Ciriga Sicily Glamping estate is located in Val di Noto, a historic part of Sicily with beautiful beaches. The estate will provide you with a unique glamping experience surrounded by ancient trees, rolling hills and just a few steps from beautiful beaches.
The estate offers 3 types of glamping accommodation, including romantic tent, superior tent and B&B Blanco’s Home.
Romantic tent is a perfect love nest for couples that consists of a private veranda with a small kitchenette, double bedroom with bathroom, wi-fi, air conditioning, mini-fridge and many books to enjoy in.
Superior tent sleeps up to 5 guests and has five beds divided into two rooms. Equipped with a kitchen, private bathroom, external veranda and all comforts (wi-fi, air conditioning, fridge and many books) makes it a great holiday home for families and small groups.
B&B Blanco’s Home is a superior studio apartment for up to 4 people equipped with a kitchen, a private bathroom, a TV, wi-fi, air conditioning, fridge and plenty of books.
Ciriga Sicily Glamping is also an Organic Farm offering fresh eggs, almonds, local fruit and vegetables, extra virgin olive oil … and many more. You can find all of these products for your breakfast and you can also buy them and cook in your tent.
Guest review: We tried “glamping” for the first time at Ciriga Sicily and are more than thrilled. The houses are in great condition and everything is clean. The owners are so nice and hospitable. I really recommend it to everyone who is not a fan of hotels etc. Any time! 🙂
3. The Lazy Olive Glamping, Tuscany
In the heart of Tuscany, near Siena and Pienza, you can find beautiful bohemian glamping tents with stunning views for your romantic and relaxing getaway.
The site has 8 glamping tents in total with private bathrooms and a swimming pool set among the olives and vineyards.
Glamping tents are nicely decorated and comfortably furnished that sleep up to two people on a full or two twin beds. There are, also, duplex tents which are two tents placed side by side and are great to accommodate families.
The owners have a boutique vineyard, an organic olive grove and a vegetable garden for the guests. You can enjoy wine tasting, try hand picking some of the olives or do truffle hunting on-site.
Nearby you can enjoy thermal spa, go hiking or cycling, horseback riding, golfing and plenty of other activities.
Guest review: “If there’s a more beautiful place to sit and have your breakfast every morning I’d be surprised. Easy going, user friendly and awesome. Friendly, helpful people. A superb place to see & explore Tuscany.”
4. Mountain Chalet in Dolomites, Bolzano Province
Surrounded by the breathtaking Dolomite mountains and beautiful nature and wildlife, you can find a boutique hotel “Rosa Alpina Hotel & Spa”.
The hotel offers luxury accommodation and restaurants. When it comes to glamping accommodation, the hotel offers a mountain-style chalet Zeno.
Chalet Zeno consists of three double bedrooms, a spacious living area with a fireplace, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen and en-suite bathrooms with hammam showers.
Outside there is a private garden with an outdoor Finnish Sauna and a Jacuzzi. This place is a great mix of mountain adventure, elegance and top luxury.
Guest review: “Simply marvelous place, from A to Z. Special thanks to all of the hotel staff for exceptional care to our baby. We hope we’ll come back again. With respect to Rosa Alpina, one of the best mountain hotels in Europe.”
5. Safari Tents at Camping Delle Rose, Liguria
Camping Delle Rose site is located close to the border with France in the foothills of the Maritime Alps in a friendly area of Liguria. Just a few miles away from Italian Riviera, the site is perfect for enjoying both fresh mountain air and a sea breeze.
The site is known for its stunning views and surroundings, complete peace and quiet as well as delicious Italian food.
Nearby you can explore medieval towns and villages, ancient churches, old fashioned cafes and markets. You might even take a ride to San Remo that is 12 miles away or Monte Carlo, just 20 miles away.
The site offers accommodation in cozy safari tents. All of the safari tents are very spacious, nicely decorated and fully furnished. The tents have an extra large canopy and terrace with an outdoor kitchen, lounge set and a dining area.
Most of the tents come with a view over the mountains and one of the tents has its own small garden. Suitable for up to five or six people, the tents come with a private bathroom with shower and toilet.
Guest review: “If you want to visit Italian and French sites around, this is a hot spot for all campers. The site is about 15 min away from the coastline (and Highway) by car. You can start your trips into the mountains, to San Remo or Monaco from here.”
Did you go glamping in Italy recently? Let me know if I should add any other glamping destinations to my list.
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