Pets not allowed.
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Based on 279 reviews
nice camping at 50 mt from pompeii I ate good pizza, nice the hotel very convenient parking very friendly staff in the office emanuele and antonio are nice guys they can help you always I will definitely be back.
Overpriced drinks and disinterested staff....
This place needs some major TLC. We stopped here on the way back from the Pompeii Archaeological Park, this morning. V.few people in the restaurant, which is a red flag I ideally would have heeded, but all we wanted was a drink. One beer and 7-up later @ €11.20, the most expensive drinks I have been charged anywhere in Italy. Plus the worst service, bored and disinterested+++, except for the lovely woman(dark, shorter hair) whom I asked about the wifi. €11.20 later, and I had to pay to pee!
What a surprise. And not all of it good!!!
We had booked a small boutique hotel near the Pompeii Scavi site, called the Villa Diomede Hotel. All good, arrived and found no-one there, and eventually a boy came to us on a bicycle and told us that we would be located at another hotel, walking distance from the Scavi site. Bingo, we were transferred to the motel units at Camping Zeus. Whilst our room was good, finding drinking water and food was not. Everything closed by 5pm, and the instructions to find the small shop in the dark, down the hill, not encouraging. So, we did not have anything to eat or drink that night. Unimpressed, and whilst it is very close to the site, I would recommend that you take EVERYTHING you may need after 5pm, because it is simply not available from the camping ground or surrounds. Might be different in high summer? Avoid this place if you are looking for full service. It is attached to a large camp ground, and provides free motor vehicle parking with the accommodation. The laundry facilities, whilst expensive, were welcome!!
Camping within a car park
It used to be a big campsite in an orange grove next to the Pompei Scavi entrance. Now half the site has been turned into day parking for the Pompei visitors as they can make far more money by putting 2 cars on what used to be one pitch. So, what's it like? Well....the entrance is a tarmac car park for over 200 vehicles. At the back of the campsite are the remaining 89 camping pitches under the orange trees. Pitch size is tiny. Unless you have a very small van you'll be squeezed in between the orange trees. The campsite is not separated from the car park, so security is a problem. Day visitors wander all over. There are 6 stalls in the mens toilet - not many for 89 pitches, but when the occupants of over 200 cars also use the bathrooms it's total chaos (and dirty). Noise? Yes lots of it. Starts at 7am with the leaf blower of the groundsman cleaning the car park, lasts all day with the passing trains (within 100 meters) and ends about midnight when the fireworks finish. Then in the early hours are the comings and goings of the cars that bring the people to the 'hotel' which rents rooms by the hour. The bit of the car park nearest the campsite is reserved for tourist buses. Many keep their engines running for hours on end so that they can use aircon to keep the bus cool. As a camper you'll have the pleasure of their fumes and noise. Service? basic at best. One decent young man on the desk in the evenings - everyone else is grumpy and seems to hate having to deal with tourists, although they want your money. The location is perfect for getting to the train and for getting into Pompei ruins. Apart from that I can't actually think of a good thing to say about the place. Yes it has a restaurant - but it, along with the shop and bar, closes at 1800 because that's when the tourists leave, and they are all they care about. It's a car park with attached camping. Getting a camper van in or out of the car park during the day is a challange - most people leave before 9am or after 1800 because of how tightly the cars are packed in. When the car park is full instead of turning people away they start to park them on camping pitches. It's chaos and very very stressful. Finally the wifi is rubbish. Only any good at reception despite their being wifi hot spots all over the site. Cost in low season is 24 euros - even if you have an ACSI discount card.
Terrible, avoid at all costs!
Terrible service, terrible food and expensive parking. Exploitation of tourists to Pompei. Asked to see manager and conveniently not available. Floor covered in bugs, hope kitchen not contaminated.Spent €50 for terrible food for three and still had to pay 50 cents to use toilet!