Site no: IS014
Enjoy the lovely sandy beach adjacent to the parc
Close to attractions including Naples and Capri
Set amidst stunning, natural scenery
Baia Domizia enjoys a magnificent coastal setting just north of the Bay of Naples, close to all of the region’s most famous sights. So it offers a superb combination of sea, sand and sightseeing. Nestling within a pine forest, with views of nearby mountains, the pitches enjoy lots of shade from the midday sun and the parc is attractively planted with flowers and shrubs. Facilities too are good, with a large supermarket, shops and restaurant all at the parc’s centre. There’s also a superb pool and children’s pool, in addition to the long stretch of sandy beach that adjoins the parc. Regular sightseeing excursions are available to famous destinations including Pompeii, Naples and Vesuvius, and for the more energetic there is a discothèque nearby, which can be heard from the parc until the early hours.
Neighbouring pitches are available to book on this parc.
The following facilities are available:
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
Set amongst the flowers and trees, the two family pools and children’s pool offer fun for grown ups and kids alike. The little ones will love frolicking under the fountain whilst the adults will enjoy swimming some lengths and resting in the Jacuzzi, enjoying a hydro-massage or lounging around on the sun terrace.
27/04/2013 - 16/09/2013
Depth: 1.30m - 1.30m
Depth: 0.60m - 0.60m
Regulations: Bracelets required, T-shirts not allowed, Inflatables not allowed, Parental supervision required, Swim cap required
Charge for pool pass: Free
Our stylish accommodation offers all the charm of camping without the compromise on comfort, with the majority of our mobile homes featuring decking, allowing you to make the most of al fresco living.
Details of accommodation which can found on this parc is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation (with or without decking/air conditioning) for your chosen holiday dates.
There are 1148 pitches on this site.
26/04/2014 - 13/09/2014
Shade: All have some
Hedges separate pitches
Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before, thanks to the Eurotunnel and a vast choice of ferry crossings and many of our parcs are conveniently located close to airports serviced by low-cost airlines, which means you can be on holiday in no time at all.
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Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before with a vast choice of self drive or fly drive options.
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Break up a long journey with a stopover at one or more Eurocamp parcs, and benefit from the fantastic facilities you expect from a Eurocamp holiday.
Eurocamp can arrange overnight stops at a wide range of hotels across Europe to suit various budgets.
The following activities are available:
Open 15/05/2013 - 04/09/2013
Is the Cinema open air:
Open 22/04/2013 - 19/09/2013
2 full size courts, Hard court
2 five-a-side pitches, Surface: Sand
Open 24/04/2013 - 21/09/2013
1 size court, Hard Court
Open 01/07/2013 - 19/09/2013
Open 27/04/2013 - 16/09/2013
Open 22/05/2013 - 31/08/2013
Open 01/07/2013 - 31/08/2013
Eurocamp kids clubs do not operate on this parc, however there are activities which are organised by the parc themselves, which you can take advantage of whilst on holiday.
Games, aerobics, sports, dancing
Languages spoken: Italian, little German
The following local attractions are available:
The ancient town of Sessa Aurunca, with its ancient remains of a bridge and amphitheatre is less than 20km from the parc, and is known for its wine production. The historic, catholic city of Naples is definitely worth a visit, for its varying styles of architecture, churches, museums and art galleries. Also in Naples is Magic World, an amusement park with something for all ages.
Oldest aquarium in Europe (1873) based inside the town hall. Included are many fish from around the Naples Bay. Mainly a scientific aquarium, there are 23 display tanks including small shoreline creatures and jellyfish.
Water park - slides, drive-in cinema. Disco Sat/Sun.
This museum has all the interesting finds from Pompeii and Herculaneum, both doomed cities after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Over 100 various exhibitions with many beautiful and magnificent pieces dating back to 200BC
One of the most important museums in italy for history and archeology. An impressive range of permanent exhibitions with temporary exhibitions on various themes. The museum is situated in the historical antignano building with foundations dating back to the 9th Century.
Immersed in a spectacular park and after years of restoration, the palace of Capodimonte can now be considered one of the major Italian and European museums. Masterpieces by Titian, Bellini and Borgia plus art by Caravaggio and Vartol.
Find out more about Tuscany & Central Italy
Dogs are not allowed on this site.
This Parc has facilities for disabled people. Please contact our Customer Sales Staff for more information.
Number of pitches: 1148
Surface: Grass and dust
Pitch size: 80-100m².
Tent privacy: Hedges separate pitches
Mobiles privacy: Hedges separate pitches
Local recommendations and tips our customers have shared with us following their holiday at Baia Domizia.
"We took the 7.28am train from Scauri to Rome which was fast and efficient and gave us a whole day to visit at our leisure, returning on the 5.59pm train - we did it 3 days at a total cost of €116 for a family of 4! Recommend a visit to Pompeii and also Minturno up on the hillside, a typical Italian village."
A. Miles, South Glamorgan
"We ended up doing 2 day visits to Rome by train from Formia. Well worth getting the Roma pass giving travel on the Metro and buses and free entry to 2 attractions with priority entry so you avoid the queues! We got ours from the tourist information kiosk near platform 24 at Rome Termini, which cost €25 each."
C. Green, Germany
"We loved the coach excursion to Pompeii and Mt Vesuvius. We also took an inter-city train to Rome which was very reasonable - the Coliseum is well worth a visit."
K. Hume, Essex
"Magic World in Naples was great - the water park was lovely (and quiet during the week) but the rides are only open at the weekend. Sperlonga is an amazingly pretty beach town with lots of history, great for photos and a lazy lunch. The market at Sessa Aurunca is a lovely way to spend a morning, medium sized but busy selling food, clothes, bags and jewellery."
I. Byese, Hertfordshire
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