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Village Camping Campogaio Santafortunata Reviews

Via Capo, 39, Sorrento, Italy

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739 Total Reviews
  • 76%Value For Money
  • 73%Security
  • 75%Location
  • 71%Staff
  • 77%Atmosphere
  • 72%Cleanliness
  • 76%Facilities

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I had a private cabin and it was a good price and such a nice clean peaceful change from dorm backpacking. The staff were very helpful and they spoke English well. The facilities were closed but that happens in off season. I went in October. I'd stay again even tho it was out of town there was a bus right outside and they have an hourly shuttle

  • 9th Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Very uncooperative staff. I had an emergency about 30 mins after booking the room and when I passed for them to understand what happened and cancel my reservation they refused to cooperate at all and still charged me the balance for the full night. The property was no where near sold out and never will be and canceling my reservation due to extenuating circumstances would have caused them no inconvenience, they just wanted to make $$ they never actually earned for services that were not rendered


We loved the place, having your own private beach was lovely. And the showers and toilets were very good. Not the best kitchen if you plan on doing a lot of cooking. But they have a fairly cheap restaurant. Be careful with the tent beds, if you apply too much weight on one area of the bed it will snap which was annoying. But overall a good stay


An absolute bargain in Sorrento was super cheap and did the job perfectly. The private beach was lovely and the the shuttle into town was good also. stayed in a tent and there was a hectic thunderstorm both nights which was rad


The staff at reception just wanted to ignore the fact that they were serving you! But the restaurant staff were amazing and 5 stars to them. Great location for visiting the Amafl coast ect and scooter hire very cheap.


You get what you pay for. This is a true campground. Woke up each night to dogs barking. Toilets were clogged, no toilet paper. But I think if I had not been there for the busiest holiday weekend of the year it would have been cleaner. Wifi is only in certain area for a fee. Staff was friendly but appeared miserable.


Camping is on a very good location. Staff is very friendly!! Our bungalow was really small, only a 2-persons bed and a 1-persons bed and a kind of closet. There was less space to put all your stuff, but it wasn't a big problem. Many facilities and every day theres a shuttle bus who brings you for 2 euro to the center of Sorrento and back to the camping. Perfect place for a good stay!!


really good experience. We stayed in the cabins and it was great. there is a free shuttle bus into town and the public bus is only like a euro so it's good


The campsite is beautiful and relaxing but way too overpriced for a simple, small tent. Breakfast, wifi, and shuttle bus are not included which really sucked. The only really good things were the private beach and one of the bathroom facilities.


Nice place to stay for self sufficient travelers. Stayed in a two person tent - very basic, which was expected. Private beach, restaurant and pool was a nice addition. Wifi was atrocious, especially considering it was an extra cost. Shuttle bus was handy because of the distance out of time and was easy to use, although unfortunately this was also at an extra cost. Great range of different room types for different prices/preferences. Would probably stay again, although no longer than 3 nights.


We loved our two night stay here! The two-bed room was simple and clean. No electricity but that wasn't a problem. The site facilities are well kept and clean. The shuttle bus was reliable- ask the reception for a schedule. We took the shuttle into Deiva Marina and took the train to cinque terre. Pretty easy. Total trip was 20-30 min to monterossa. The shuttle bus driver was nice enough to check for train delays and waited for us at night by the station to take us back to the camp site.


Kitchen was dirtydirty (ants all over the sink) and there were no utensils. Should either inform guests that they should bring their own plates and forks (and etc.) or provide them.

  • 23rd Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Nice place, but we had sooooo many ants in our tent ... Overall, good experience.


The communal bathrooms were filthy - had marks on the walls, rubbish in the sinks and the floor was muddy. This could easily be fixed by having rubbish bins in there and paving the path to the bathrooms so that people don't bring the dirt in with them making it muddy. The tents are good value for money but do not expect anything fancy and it is very cosy! great swimming pool and beach though. the shuttle into town was 1€ and a 10 minute drive and always ran on time so was super handy.


We enjoyed our stay at Village Camping. The cabin was spartan but adequate with a fantastic view over the bay. It is vey close to Sorrento and having a shuttle bus was a big plus. It was the only place we have stayed at so far that charged for wifi. The staff were all very helpful and friendly.


Absolutely terrible. No wifi, far removed from the town of Sorrento, zero security, and there were ants EVERYWHERE. We had no food in our tent but it was absolutely infested. The staff did nothing, and were unhelpful and cold in all regards. For the price, stay far far away and make a day trip into Sorrento--this place sucks!!


Camping right outside of Sorrento with a private beach, small 1km walk into town. Great facilities, clean, shuttle cost €1 each way. We stayed in the tents and had no power but it's camping so we figured that. Wifi is a arrange at best but we found free wifi in town itself and made arrangements that way. Value for money, would stay again if in Sorrento. Perfect for day trips along Almafi coastal towns


we had a very enjoyable stay. the only problem we encountered was the free bus service from the camp wasn't running when we stayed and the local bus services was a bit hit and miss :(


Great stay!

  • 6th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Excellent campsite, facilities were excellent. Staff were nice and helpful. There is a bus which takes you from the campsite to the town but it's quite irregular so sometimes, if your up for it, it's better to walk down and catch it back. There is also a nice cove inlet about a 15 minute walk from the campsite. The wifi is intermittent at best and probably doesn't reach all the rooms. I enjoyed staying here though, very good.

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