San Francesco

Caorle, Adriatic

Site code: IA038

Reviews

Caorle, San Francesco reviews collected by Reevoo

Accommodation
7.3
Value for money
7.6
Parc
7.7
Eurocamp couriers
7.3
Overall rating
8.4
Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 29 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
8 out of 10

Lindsey

Lancashire
We spent 10 days at San Francesco on the Adriactic Coast, Italy. The weather was great and a good selection of places to visit and a variety of local amenities. A really lovely part of the world to visit and experience and with very good proximity to Venice, for a day trip.
Confirmed guest: 12 August 2014
7 out of 10

Kim

San Francesco
The park is nearly an hour's drive from the airport - so I would advise hiring a car if you would intend to explore the area. The park is very busy in August - suffering queues in the supermarket and stressed staff in the restaurants- is not my idea of a relaxing holiday! (That aside, the food in the on-site beach restaurant and Maxims, was fine).The mobile homes are too close to each other to enjoy meals on the decking and there isn't any space around them for children to play. The beach is lovely; but very crowded in August - book your sunbeds early or you won't get one. You are not allowed on 'sun-bed' beaches unless you do and the designated 'free-beach' gets very crowded and unpleasant. The swimming pools are nice - but the only one that stays open during siesta is the one you have to pay for! A big site with lots to do - my sons enjoyed the football camp and there are lots of activities for children. My advice: drive or hire a car; avoid (if you can) going in August; prepare to leave the caravan each day for a bit of privacy and avoid if you are looking for a relaxing holiday. But: if you have teenagers and enjoy being on a busy site- then it's perfect!
Confirmed guest: 12 August 2014
7 out of 10

Christine

Brighton
San Francesco is a good campsite but spoiled by two things: Eurocamp cabins are crowded much more closely together than other cabins on the site, and you have to pay 4 euro each per day to use the best pool (and a further 8 euro for sunbeds and a parasol).
Confirmed guest: 08 August 2014
7 out of 10

Ian

A very large and busy park, with plenty or facilities - especially useful was the full size supermarket which had pretty much everything you could want.

However, as the park is so large, it is busy, very busy. The Eurocamp caravans are very close together with very little privacy, but are all relatively new. Ours had been very badly prepared with dirty floors and previous occupants' socks under one of the beds!

The park is well located for visiting Venice. It is around and hours drive to Punta Sabbioni from where you can get the water bus into Venice.
Having direct access onto the beach is a great asset but sunbed prices are extortionate (take a towel) and the beach sellers annoying and pretty much constant.
Confirmed guest: 28 July 2014
8 out of 10

Hilary

Lovely, clean but very large park. Good base to tour this coast - we had an excellent holiday overall.
Confirmed guest: 27 July 2014
2 out of 10

Jakobn

Vejle / denmark
The mobil home was nice but most of the things such as use of the playground and football field cost money. And the best swimming pool cost also money - specially the sunbeds and umbrellas are expensive.
The eurocamp guide at the place doing an excellent job.
Confirmed guest: 25 July 2014
8 out of 10

Craig

Munich
Main problem in comparison with previous Parc (Figline Valdarno) is that they seemed to want additional money for everything - kids clubs, sun beds, WIFI etc. Also felt crowded.
Confirmed guest: 16 July 2014