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Villaggio Santa Fortunata Campogaio
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Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

I stress - this is a campsite - best for tents and campervans! We visited for a week outside of peak tourist season in October. The campsite was quiet and spacious with fantastic bayside views. You’ll be fit by the end of your stay as the site’s quite hilly, being on the edge of a cliff! We had a car, which we were able to park on our pitch and the site was a fantastic base. Naples by car is approx 90 minutes and key attractions such as Pompeii and Vesuvius are approx 1 hour away. For those without a car, Sorrento is about a mile away, and you can get there by shuttle van provided by the site costing €1 each way. Public transport is readily available from there. The site also offer excursions booked directly with reception. The showers on site are hot and powerful and toilets were spotless. The on site restaurant was handy for days where we just wanted to return to our tent and grab a pizza at a very reasonable price. Staff were helpful, friendly and easy to communicate with. We’ve never woken up to a better view at a campsite, that for me is worth the price of a pitch alone and we would definitely return.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
4  Thank Chris L
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

We were here with a group of students. We are absolutely satisfied and would recommend it. The bungalows vere cosy and comfortable with new bathrooms. Cooling/heating possibility were very useful. Around the bungalows big private space. Green area with pool and rocky beach. Close to the inner city of Sorrento. Transport to the city is cheap and available every hour till late evening. Panoramic bar and panoramic bungalows (some of them). Friendly staff.

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
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1  Thank MonikaBoros
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

We had a really good holiday at Santa Fortuna. The accommodation is basic and a bit cramped but you would expect this on a camp site. Our mobile home was caravan size, catering for four with two bedrooms, storage space, a toilet, cooker and a veranda which in effect becomes your living room. Towels were provided. It was clean and functional although it could get hot at night, but hey, this is Italy and you should expect it to be hot! Bring some good insect repellent as the mosquitos can be a nuisance.

It takes a day or two to settle in and find out how everything works. The Camp site is on a hill side so there is a bit of walking up and down, but nothing too strenuous. There is a restaurant from which you can get breakfast for seven Euros. At night it is open til’ late where you can get drinks and there is a good menu with delicious authentic Pizza. Next door is the shop which is well stocked and sells everything that you need. Next door to this is a kiosk where you can buy a coffee and croissant for 2.5 Euros.
The Camp site boasts a pool which is excellent and opens early in the morning. It closes quite early 18:00 and it would be better if it were to open an hour or so later so you could have a quick dip in the evening after a tiring day out. There is a shop where you can buy refreshments and an attendant is on hand to help you with your umbrella and to ensure that everyone is safe and has a good time. Ball games and jumping in are not allowed whilst swimming hats are obligatory which you can buy from the shop. It gets a bit loud when the aqua aerobics session is on and music is always played which is a shame as a bit of tranquillity in the day would be appreciated. At night there is a Disco at the pool area for families which is good fun. However it is loud so if your home is nearby you may not be able to get to sleep until it stops around midnight!
There is also has a ‘beach’ which is a rocky outcrop next to the sea. It’s a bit of a trek down but well worth the effort. Here there is also a shop which sells refreshments and you can hire a parasol and something comfortable to sit on. There is a place to paddle but you can’t really edge your way in to swim here as you are obstructed by rocks. For swimmers, there is a jetty and steps into the sea which is immediately deep and there is a bit of a swell which can be off putting, but you get used to it and it’s not really a problem, but children would require some kind of floatation device. My nine year old bought some arm bands and there were some life vests available too. We had some lovely time here, jumping into the sea from the inflatable rafts and bobbing up and down in the warm Mediterranean overlooking the bay of Naples with the brooding shape of Vesuvius in the distance.
The Location is super for exploring the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Vesuvius, Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples. Glorious Sorrento itself is on your doorstep and within easy reach as the campsite runs its own efficient shuttle service in the morning from 7:10 to 11:50 and at night from 16:50 to midnight which costs 1 Euro. The shuttle picks up from Sorrento on the hour.
The Staff are polite and helpful and spoke a number of languages. They were very good in helping us to book excursions to Pompeii and Vesuvius and to the Isle of Capri. The boat actually picked us up from our beach!
The Camp Site operates a cashless system. At reception you can get money from an ATM and then top up your card and then use it at the shop, pool, beach restaurant so you don’t have to carry lots of cash around.
We would fully recommend Santa Fortuna to anyone who wants to explore the Sorrentine Peninsular. If you are a family and don’t mind the camping experience, it’s ideal, or if you are a young and are on a restricted budget, you couldn’t find anywhere better for the money.

Enjoy!

Room Tip: Ask for a mobile home with a sea view.
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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5  Thank Mr Sean M
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Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Cabins were clean & comfortable. Facilities including pool fantastic. Ability to walk down to the water/rocks to a nice swimming spot out front. Staff friendly. Good selection of food at the restaurant. Only downside no wifi.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
1  Thank Jacqueline H
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

I recently stayed in Sorrento and chose this campground because of the ocean view location and availability to "camp" without lugging my camping equipment from America. I chose their most expensive lodging, a bungalow, which was still less than most hotel rooms. I was by myself but for some reason I chose a 4 person one, I think it might have been what was available. It was a good size with a really nice master bedroom and a bunk bed in the first room that contained the kitchen and a small table. A small bathroom and shower was in the cabin as well, which was a huge perk. I didn't see inside the smaller cabins but the biggest difference I noticed between mine and the 2 person one next to mine was that mine had a large picnic table eating area covered by a bamboo roof and theirs just had a very small low table and two plastic chairs that didn't really seem adequate for eating on. I don't know about inside.

The campground itself has so many amenities I felt like I was staying in a resort. A small market had most of what you needed for camping supplies and a decent selection of simple foods including cut to order cheese and meat, eggs, pasta, olive oil, a very small selection of fresh veggies and a small selection of fruit, eggs, milk, cream, yogurt, etc. And souvenirs. Note it closes mid day for lunch and then re-opens.

The grounds were really pretty with olive trees everywhere and even some lime and fig trees! As an American this was a novelty to me and I loved looking at them. Of course there is an amazing ocean view in parts of the campground and one of the very best places to view it is in their affordable restaurant. People staying in Bungalows had breakfast included, but I wasn't really a fan of it and actually ended up just paying to get a way better espresso and croissant from the coffee cart next door (open mornings) If you weren't staying in a bungalow I got the impression that you couldn't just walk in and pay for the breakfast buffet, every morning I was there I saw people being turned away.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled solo
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Thank Jess M
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