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A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Baia Domizia area of Italy. Baia Domizia Campsite has 1000 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. Baia Domizia Campsite is no exception; below is a summary of the activities you'll find to keep you all going throughout the course of your holiday:
  • Enjoy a game of football at Baia Domizia Campsite.
  • Take part in some sports on offer.
  • Burn off a few calories in the gym.
  • If you would like to try horse riding, you'll be pleased to hear that this is available.
  • Try some of the water sports available.
  • Want to see the local area, hire a bike during your holiday.
  • Baia Domizia Campsite has plenty of areas for you to explore.

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Baia Domizia Campsite family holiday park has 1000 pitches.

Great for Explore & Adventure : Great for Full on Fun : Watersports : Direct Beach : Gym : Football : Cycle Hire : Sports :

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You and your family will have a fantastic time, whichever park you decide to holiday at. With children's entertainment, water parks, and plenty to see and do in and around the holiday park - you won't stand a chance of getting bored!

Customer reviews

These are the reviews for Baia Domizia Campsite. There are 110 reviews.


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Angelina from Leicester (05 September 2015)

Holiday was good but I feel the accommodation is starting to look tired and outdated. Could be that after a number of holidays with eurocamp it is us that is moving away from this type of holiday
Stephen from Liverpool (31 August 2015)

This park is totally geared to the italian visitors. Staff are rude and unhelpfull with a few exceptions. We were left wondering why eurocamp offer hollidays to non italian guests.
Glen from Essex (30 August 2015)

Having holiday with eurocamp on several occasions we were disappointed with this year holiday . stayed in camp fabulous in rome and our accommodation was below standard . the first night at baia domezia was horrendous and completely unacceptable . accommodating moved but still audible from new accommodation , poor entertainment at baia domezia. Would not recommend this parc .
Victoria from Southwater (29 August 2015)

Second bedroom too small. Lounge cushions too old, mattress on sofa bed less than two inches thick. Europeans pay nearly half for same holiday as brits.
Rosemary (25 August 2015)

Beautiful location didn't go off camp as we had driven from england food good just remember repellent spray for the evening beach is beautiful an amazing place to stay . . .
Ruth from Prestatyn (22 August 2015)

We were early and understood that we would have to wait, but trying to contact a courier was nearly impossible. we were not welcomed and it seemed that it was an effort to show us to the caravan. We did not see any couriers for a few days. my car had broken down and left a message if they could assist in translating for me nothing. the caravan toilet started to leak by the time the courier got to the caravan I had mended it myself. I thought the park it self was not up to the standard it was once with the only friendly staff was the super market and camp shop employees. . I asked at reception for help and they didn't want to know we were very disappointed with the holiday
Robert from Cheltenham (20 August 2015)

Accommodation very tired, split flooring, mouldy shower, not enough chairs around the table on he decking for the party of visitors. . biggest complaint was the noise, kept awake with very loud, and I mean very loud music until about 4 am in the morning. . couriers were ok seemed not to be bothered, abbie had only just arrived and was still finding here feet. Incorrect information about currency exchange displayed on the info board when we informed them it wasn't changed and was still being displayed on our departure day. . camp site is pretty but english are a minority. Pool area very busy couldn't use as no area to sit all week. Beach much nicer and clean. Limited dining as not within walking distance to any decent restaurants so stuck to eating in mobile home or on resort only restaurant.
Simon from Southampton (19 August 2015)

Too noisy at night, with nightclub on loud until 4am, drunk people shouting in the park etc. Ruined it for us as we all had only a few hours sleep a night. €17 an hour for tennis is too expensive. Some staff were very rude to the english guests.
Jeremy from Barrow Upon Soar (19 August 2015)

The parc itself is well kept and maintained, with good facilities and although we were there in the middle of peak season, it never felt over-busy or crowded. The highlights were the pool and the beach. The bar and restaurant were okay, but after a few nights of eating there we felt we had tried everything we wanted to, i'm not sure we would have been happy with being based there for weeks on end. . . pool area - odd rule about having to wear swimming caps in the pool - as lots of people come from the beach to wash off in the pool, the floor of the pool was quite sandy anyway, so i'm not sure the purpose of the caps. Guards are quite strict about it so there's no getting away from it, unfortunately, even for little kids. . . reception/check in is awful. Incredibly busy, long queues, you are supposed to take a number and wait (think sainsburys deli counter) which is fine if everyone does it - but lots of people barge to the front, speak loudly and get served - while the people with the tickets wait patiently. The staff are happy with this and when I challenged it (an hour later) I was told that italian people don't queue?! hmm. . . local area is rough to say the least. We went to the local town and came away again. Littered and full of unhappy and unpleasant locals who don;t want tourist business by the looks of it. . . inside the parc though, most staff are pleasant and the environment is good.
Billy from West Sussex (05 August 2015)

Never book a car with europcar in naples. They were appallingly inefficient, rude and aggressive. They made the start and end of our holiday a complete misery. . the park itself is laid out very well, and the pool and gym facilities are great, and there is a cycle hire place over the road at reasonable rates. the beach was clean although we found the sea surprisingly full of seaweed, whereas a beach around the bay would be clear blue sea. It muddied the water somewhat, so if snorkelling is your thing this might not be the best place to stay. The surrounding area is quite poor and the locals we met were unfriendly and unhelpful. . I thought the parc was great however I won't be returning to this part of italy due to the people, the food was extremely bland and the dirtiness of the surrounding area. There are better places to go. . I would most definitely return to eurocamp, just not to baia domizia.
Claire from Newbury (05 August 2015)

A fantastic holiday for a family of 4 like ourselves, (kids 12 & 15). euro camp reps helpful and eager to please, site a little noisy from disco adjacent, accommodation excellent, location great, site lovely and clean with excellent facilities. On site supermarket and fruit & veg stall extortionate, bar staff uninterested, restaurant staff helpful and prices reasonable. Major gripe is with the swimming pool, although the pool was superbly clean, the wearing of silly hats seems overly policed to the point it's obvious its for the park to enable to sell them at €2.50 each and although there were sun beds by the pool, they were kept stored, chained & padlocked all the time we were there for no apparent reason why????.
Mark from Rothwell (25 July 2015)

Great location for visiting places of interest. reception staff and eurocamp staff were always helpful. The nearby town lacked facilities. I would recommend the onsite restaurant where the food was good and reasonably priced.
Nadia from The Nearby Town Lacked Facilities. (24 July 2015)

No notice in brochure about pool regulations - having to wear swimming caps, air conditioning in our rooms last service sticker was 2013 - needed regarding as icing up on the back unit and not cold air blowing out, also on a timer so very uncomfortable to sleep as got very hot during the night and camp ran out of gas at one point so no hot water for showers.
Katharine (21 July 2015)

Fabulous parc & accomodation, there is lots to do on site. the location is stunning. lovely beach, there is a lot to explore in the area. couriers were extremely helpful and very hard-working.
Gabriele from Northampton (11 July 2015)

The campsite itself is lovely- pool complex is fantastic. The little beach is nice. The fresh fruit and veg shop was absolutely amazing. We were able to cook lovely fresh food. Loved the supermarket and the ice cream shop. The staff in the restaurant were miserable and we felt rushed. The campsite is very professionally run and extremely well maintained- we were very impressed.the main drawback is that it is much further away from naples than we anticipated. In the end we didn't make our trip to vesuvius and the amalfi coast as too much traveling involved.
Rebecca (10 July 2015)

I can't recommend the parc because of the open air disco next door which runs every night from 10.00pm till 2.00am, at weekends in june and every night from 1 july until september. . the parc is great otherwise. The pool good and the beach right next to the campsite is good, safe and fun for children with great sand.
Phil from Scotland (01 July 2015)

In a beautiful location, lovely beach in a scenic bay. staff on site all very helpful.
Linda from Burgess Hill (27 June 2015)

Caravans well positioned to each other eurocamp couriers very friendly and helpful special mention to michael for his help.camp reception staff also very helpful. Nice site but shocked by price of sunbeds on beach very expensive .
Jane from Leicester (25 June 2015)

Great parc that has everything you need and if you wanted, you wouldn't have to go anywhere else! it is in the middle of no where though, although there is a nice village within walking distance with local shops. Would recommend a car if thinking of going site seeing.
Shelley from Leicester (22 June 2015)

Baia domizia is a lovely campsite and the eurocamp reps were superb.
Roger from Chandlers Ford, Hampshire (22 June 2015)

Very good parc, excellent facilities. Easy access to beach.
Colin from Ashford Middlesex (11 June 2015)

Really enjoyed our week at baia. the caravan was clean and the couriers very helpful. we enjoyed the restaurant on site which was very good value for money. the parc itself was very clean and quiet (as expected at this time of year). would definatley return again.
Vari from Kingswinford (03 June 2015)

Everything about the site was fine. Even the wifi, which was supposed to be only available at reception, was ok from our mobile over 100 metres away. Couriers had to be reminded to provide barbecue (which our son's party didn't have at first) & the barbecue tools (some of which we didn't have at first), but when we asked, they soon sorted it for us.
Richard from Tullamore, Ireland (30 May 2015)

First class site good staff everything you need for a great holiday
Graham from Newcastle Under Lyme (29 May 2015)

First impressions were of an attractive, well manicured site but the facilities were poorly managed or not available. Very disappointing.
Judy from High Wycombe (22 May 2015)

Bearing in mind that we were there for the final two weeks before it closed the facilities were good although the atmosphere was muted.the camp is in a forest and the mobile we were allocated was in a very shaded place so we did not get any sun on our deck which meant that after a heavy storm everything felt damp. We took advantage of the excursions from the site which were very enjoyable. The cost of sunbeds by the pool (3.50 euros a day) and of wifi (6 euros a day) was excessive. At every other site we have stayed at the sunbeds have been free.
Michael from France (14 September 2014)

Very expensive for accommodation, mattress were bobberly and could be felt under linen, instead our children slept on the sofas. Very deprived area locally, dirty and unkept also there is no local places to visit of any interest and wouldn't recommend for these reasons. . . the parc itself is kept well and was pleasent.
Julie (01 September 2014)

Could do with renovating. Pool and beach were fantastic but that was all. The restaurant was poor, staff were unfriendly and supermarket over priced.
Angela from Meppershall (28 August 2014)

This could be a great campsite and it has lots of positives. the beach is just a couple of minutes walk away, the pools are quiet because so many guests are at the beach, the restaurant and ice cream shop is good quality and good value for money and the on site supermarket is well stocked and reasonably priced. unfortunately, the eurocamp vans are getting a little tired and we had rats in the roof of ours. the first rep didn't seem very interested in helping us, but the second was brilliant and soon arrived with poison. it took four days for the noise of the rats to stop and because the disco also keeps you awake (some nights until 3am) the holiday was not restful. I have come home feeling unwell and desperate for a good night's sleep. a shame, as it would have otherwise been a nice place to stay. one little tip - swimming caps have to be worn in the pool.
Rachel from Usk (26 August 2014)

One of eurocamp`s furthest away parks but worth the trip if you want a real taste of italy. Lovely surroundings and warm sea. Easy distance from rome, vesuvious and pompeii.
Richard (13 August 2014)

A really good park, lovely location close to the beach. It's a really italian park so not many english people and mainly caters for italians so you get a genuine italian feel. Great for trips to pompeii, rome etc but you need a car if you are going to get out and about. Damien the eurocamp courier is a top guy
Martin from Weston , Cheshire (11 August 2014)

On arrival don't get out of the car until you've sprayed up with mosquito spray (no joke). we were bitten profusely at 4 in the afternoon whilst unloading the car. We realised immediately so we sprayed up - you can just about manage the mozzies with regular spraying up at all times of day and mozzie candles. beautifully kept park - very clean, good facilities, great shop, pizza restaurant and ice cream parlour are fairly priced. Staff not particularly friendly (except one lovely lady in the shop). pool staff very strict but the pool area is immaculate and very pleasant as a result. Short stroll across park to the beach - smallish beach with volcanic sand (okay for sandcastle-building) and beautifully warm sea. the main problem is the late night outdoor disco just opposite the entrance to the park which cranks up at 11pm and continues at full blast until 3am. We kind of got used to it but never achieved a full night of unbroken sleep. For this reason we would personally not go back to this park.
Rebecca from Hitchin (06 August 2014)

From when we arrived, we were bitten by mosquito all the time,which was not good,it did ruin our stay there, we had to leave a day early to get away from them.
Confirmed Holidaymaker (05 August 2014)

Great holiday in a first class parc
Peter from Stafford (30 July 2014)

Great park and location
Stephen from Aylesbury (30 July 2014)

This park is full of mosquito's, we were all bitten lots. The park doesnt have inforamtion on the barriers for entrance or exit times nor were we told, so on having a early flight and tries to leave a 5 we were stopped at the barrier and told we couldnt leave until 7am, which by then we would have missed our flight eventually the barrier was opened.
Tammy from Birmingham (28 July 2014)

Camp was nice until 11pm till about 3 0r 4 am every morning , when the local night club next door started up, constant shouting and bass booming every night is a pretty annoying, recommend this site if your deaf or a very heavy sleeper.
Shawn from Norwich Norfolk (27 July 2014)

Very pleasant stay in 2014, we came a few years ago and the disco over the road is now much quieter at night which makes a lot of difference. Lovely grass terrace over the the beach great for sunbathing if you don't want to get sandy, clean site good shops, ice cream and cafes. Laundry pricey at 7 euros but otherwise a lovely place, good pools open from 10am to 7pm, pity the shops are shut most of the afternoon though.
Bruce from Alcester (26 July 2014)

Excellent holiday. Lovely site. You could easily spend the whole time on site.
David from Surrey (22 July 2014)

Nice big parc, quite handy for exploring central italy. The rrstaurant on site is pricey for what it is and the disco at night is noisy and . goes on til 2am. The pool is excellent with very amusing poolside entertainment, games, aerobics etc. The bike hire just outside the camp is excellent value and very friendly. All the kids on camp had a bike. There is a superb little shop selling fresh fruit and veg on site - good value and produce. . . although the beach is next to the camp, the waves were horrific and we were warned not to allow the children in. The beach slopes sharply downward which increases the risk. . the trip to pompei was very good . . a great holiday
Ruth (17 July 2014)

A friendly team of couriers who were happy to share their knowledge. The park was an oasis, a great site with lots to see and do, or if you wanted a place to rest and relax. We made new friends and did things we never thought we would whilst on holiday. A great base camp for visiting places like pompeii, erculano and vesuvius with some breath taking scenery on the amalfi coast line.
Ian from Northwich (11 July 2014)

We had a lovely holiday!! . only a few things could have been better with our stay, but we loved it there anyway. This was our second time her at baia domizia
Cecilie from Drammen (09 July 2014)

The holiday was great. I would have no hesitation in recommending . baia domezia apart from the disco off site. Very loud and late if you have young children.
Jayne from Belfast (04 July 2014)

An absolutely lovely parc, very family orientated,. clean, beautifully decorated and well maintained.
William from Plano, Texas (04 July 2014)

3rd visit to this parc won't go again
Keith from Rossendale (27 June 2014)

The only reason we booked this site is because it is the only one near naples. the baia domizia site staff were unhelpful, & everything was expensive. the disco that in your brochure you state that some noise can be heard was like having a radio on full blast in the bedroom for 4 hours every knight, we got very little sleep, if you are a teenager it is fine for anyone else give it a miss.
Joan from Leeds (26 June 2014)

Easy access to good beach
Customer 48 from Congleton (23 June 2014)

Nice site and accommodation would definitely go back
Sue from York (22 June 2014)

Really enjoyed our holiday and this parc, as a couple with no children, is one you can stay on for the duration, should you wish.
Jeremy from Petersfield (17 June 2014)

Used as base for moto gp. well placed. also managed a trip to ferrari museum.. but 2 hrs drive in each direction. worth it if you like cars. only stopped 4 nights. very friendly couriers who also knew when we were tired and late on arrival to just get to accommodation, even arranged the onsite restaurant to arrange late night takeaway.
Ruth from St Leonards (15 June 2014)

Fantastic parc. It has everything there for all ages! clean large pools, lovely beach and parks for the children. Highly recommended!
Amanda from Italy (15 June 2014)

We had a lovely holiday and overall thoroughly enjoyed our stay however as detailed below there were some things that we feel fell short of what we had hoped for.
Theresa from Sutton (10 June 2014)

We will be back
Stefanie from Morpeth (01 June 2014)

The facilities and staff at baia are fantastic. It has beautiful pools and gardens. However, we have had a number of eurocamp holidays and we were disappointed on this occasion with the quality of the accommodation and the positioning of all of the eurocamp pitches. The accommodation was dated and overlooked from all but one side. The area around the pitches was effectively a 'dirt-track' which was not pleasant for the children to play. There were pleasant areas, but these were not occupied by eurocamp.
Customer 55 (30 May 2014)

Parc was fine, beach great but we went towards the end of may and it seemed to be empty! also, no tourist info available and the only time we saw the reps were on the beach sunbathing!
Confirmed Holidaymaker (30 May 2014)

The holiday was fantastic. A little disappointed that there was no kids clubs etc like advertised in the brochure.
Lee from Naples (30 May 2014)

This was a really beautiful park - very well kept. We used it as a base to visit pompei and vesuvius - each of which were about an hour and a half away by car ( abit further than we thought). the park was absolutely enormous, when we visited in late may it was virtually deserted - which did mean it didn't have much "atmosphere" and the supermarket wasn't very well stocked. This was also true of the local towns - which are all obviously bustling resorts in summer. on the other hand the resturants were open and the fresh fruit stall was great. The beach was not fantastic - relatively small and volcanic sand, so we spent our time by the beach
Rob from Rugby (29 May 2014)

I have done this once and tried to send it - but I have children and animals nudging me
Confirmed Holidaymaker (26 May 2014)

Arrived at reception, tried to check in, no one expected to check in that day therefore no eurocamp rep available, instead of relaxing by the pool spent 2 hours waiting while recently bought food boiled in the boot, ariived 3.30 pm eventually in accommodation at 6.30, no hot water, started boiler myself, bottle of wine in accommodation, no welcome pack, watched staff cleaning accommodation for new arrivals at 2hours worth very good. Beach not as advertised, no brollies or chairs, tractor marks, grey sand. Pizza's brilliant, supermarket and veggie stall very good , don't bother stocking up before arrival. Swimming pools superb, caps needed, all staff very friendly
Neil from Edinburgh (25 May 2014)

My wife and I along with our 2 year old daughter stayed here 11th - 17th may 2014. We booked through the sun holidays offer plus added 2 extra nights with euro camp direct. First impressions were very clean, and friendly park. That didn't really change however we realised by the second day we were 1 of only 5 family's staying on the park (out of 900ish cabins). not a bad thing judging by se. Other reviews as the park was very peaceful. The beach was pretty good, again we had it to ourselves most of the time with just 1 lifeguard for company. Be aware that there is nothing within walking distance of the park worth going to, the local town of domezia is very rundown. However if you drive 30 minutes north, formia, gaeta and soperlonga in particular are worth visiting. If you are up for a longer drive sorrento and the amalfi coast is a must see, allow 2.5hrs to get around the naples chaos!
James from Shropshire (17 May 2014)

A great parc to visit off season with a lovely unspoilt beach.
William (15 May 2014)

The park was very nice with good facilities and very close to a lovely little beach. My only real criticism is about the accommodation, the walls offer no sound proofing what so ever, and the space between them was way too small and we could hear our neighbours as if they were in the same room. But it was relatively cheap and I guess you get what you pay for
Selina from Preston (08 May 2014)

The park itself was really nice as we went at the begining of the year, their was no loud music and we pretty much had the beach to ourselves, the euro camp couriers were really helpful and friendly however the accommodation itself was dirty when we arrived with a mysterious piles of dirt and the carcass of dead insects which as we were the first people at the start of the season I felt like this shouldn't happen. Once we had cleaned it properly and had our boiler turned on the accommodation was much better in terms of quality of living.
Robyne (03 May 2014)

Could do with sun loungers actually laid out. Military discount would be appreciated on all bookings not just over 3 days. sometimes you can't get 3 days away!. a bit messy around caravan. Inside of caravan could do with a wipe round the day guests arrive, dusty on worktops and floor, scrub round edges!
Melanie from Naples (Italy) (27 April 2014)

Very well maintained site and beach area. Everything you need is available on site.
Janice from London (14 September 2013)

There was nothing bad about this site, but it wasn't quite up to the standard we have come to expect. the immediate setting of the parc was nice: decent shady plots and close to a sandy beach. but it was let down by a few things: the location more generally (the parc is in the middle of nowhere); some of the parc facilities (in particular, the shop and restaurant); and the plumbing in the mobile home (which was noisy and slow to drain). I wouldn't say to avoid this park, but neither would I put it top of my list.
Liz from Banbury (02 September 2013)

Baia domizia was a beautiful campsite with especially lovely swimming pools. We barely left the park as it had everything we needed (particularly as we have a toddler).
Miranda from London (02 September 2013)

I would not recommend this park for anyone who wants to have a rest. the horrendous noise from 11.30pm - 3am every night was exhausting. The couriers know all about the problem as do the park management but no-one is apparently able to do anything about it.
Donna from Faversham (29 August 2013)

Generally a very good and relaxing holiday. Will visit parc again. Disco next door could be irritating though I sleep through a tornado and it hardly affected me my daughters did complain.
Ruth from Caterham, Surrey (26 August 2013)

Great holiday, relaxing, beautiful parc, good facilities, parc very clean, superb beach
Chris from Derby (23 August 2013)

An excellent parc, very efficiently run, with very good facilities and access to a sandy beach. We will return here.
Rhian from Cheltenham (20 August 2013)

The parc would have scored much higher had it not been for the disco which spoiled our night each and every night
Dave from Plymouth (18 August 2013)

Great location, easy access to rome by rail from livorno. Drove around the amalfi coast and naples. Pompeii is nearby as well. campsite has good supermarket and great greengrocer on site as well as ice-cream parlour and restaurant (which I did not use). the pool area was really nice and well set out. There was room for everyone. The only downside was the off site disco which went on to the early hours and the music was terrible.
Cleo from Wallington (18 August 2013)

This is a really nice parc in an excellent location for visiting both rome and naples. It has a lovely beach and great pools.
Joy from Tetsill (14 August 2013)

Swimcaps to be worn in the pool? not a hygiene requirement, as far as I know, and not followed by everyone, so useless. Other than that, it was quite enjoyable.
Paola (12 August 2013)

Campsite was very nice and the eurocamp couriers were extremely friendly and helpful. Travel in the local area was difficult due to poor local transport. . no aircon in bedrooms!
Karen (12 August 2013)

It's a fabulous parc, and the beach and pools are superb. Very child friendly - the supermarkets and facilities were the best i've seen. The only problem is the disco outside the camp site - it's across the road and very loud till very late. We got used to it and used ear plugs but I know that one or two families left early because of the noise; a real shame as the camp site is brilliantly run and superb.
Catherine from Birmingham (10 August 2013)

The parc was fine, toilets and showers clean, but the major drawback was the noise at night. First the camp disco till 12pm, followed by a very loud nearby disco that would continue music and the usage of a very loud tannoy system which made sleep impossible.
Customer 79 from Durham (10 August 2013)

The park could be better signposted within baia domezia - hard to find as newcomers. The park itself is beautiful with excellent staff - the eurocamp staff as well as the general italian camping resort staff. . please add into your advice to visitors that if they take some form of id they can qualify for concessions entrance to museums etc. We thought this was a big omission for a family holiday firm. . but well done with the staff training etc - they were very helpful.
Yvonne from Burton Upon Trent (09 August 2013)

We were quite surprised by how nice this parc was. We weren't expecting it to be that great but it exceeded our expectations. It was very well-kept with friendly staff and a great attitude to security. The only issue (and it was a big one for a lot of people) was the club/bar across the road from the campsite which blared music out until 3/3am most mornings. We were ok with it in that I popped my headphones on and the kids slept through it but I know for a lot of people it really spoilt their stay at the parc.
Adrian from Nottingham (07 August 2013)

The campsite was excellent.
Declan from Dublin (07 August 2013)

Unfortunately a combination of very loud disco music until 3am every night, plus miserable camp staff especially in the gelateria together with unroadworthy bike hire and virtually no reliable public transport means I would definitely not recommend this site.
Natalie from Surrey (03 August 2013)

The campsite would be fantastic if it wasn't so noisy. We loved our safari tent but the animation went on until 1am and was very very loud. We spend the first part of the holiday exhausted from lack of sleep. At 7am in the morning noisy tractors were out cleaning the park. However, the park was great and with our rented car were able to visit pompeii, rome, naples etc.
Alison from Stowmarket (02 August 2013)

Great relaxing 2week break, with plenty of sights to see to vary the holiday. great campsite, well laid out, organised and clean, although staff were not very welcoming.
Benjamin from London (30 Jul 2013)

Unfortunately the very loud disco music lasted until 3 am every night which made sleeping rather impossible, miserable and rude staff in the ice cream shop was disappointing and not necessary, rest of staff pleasant, adhoc service in the on site restaurant, although food was good, bike hire from across the road was risky with not road worthy bikes, limited reliable public transport made outings very difficult with no car hire i.e 2 and half hours to go the local market town which was about 8 km away, limited supplies in the supermarket and it closes every day between 1 and 5 ! so you need to plan your shopping. however, site is clean and the beach is fine, although you can not walk down towards the local town as a huge wall blocks access making it private and therefore you are unable to take an evening stroll along the beach and have a drink or find something to eat. overall not my best experience and would not recommend.
Maria from Essex (28 Jul 2013)

First of al, we didn't reseve a bottle of wine and a eurocamp bag. it was not put in our tent. people of other tents dit reseve that. The toilets and showers were not clean and dry. when they clean it, they left it all wet. The disco outside the campground was horrible. every night from 11pm until 4am, so we didn't sleep wel. We won't recomande it to other people.
Luc from Antwerp (25 Jul 2013)

This is an ideal park for families with teenagers, there is a great social scene for them in the safety of the park. Pools are clean and plenty of room for sun bathing. Supermarket is well stocked.
Janine from Doncaster (24 Jul 2013)

Loved the campsite and the camp workers including couriers. Only blot was the off-site disco which blasted out music until 3.30 am every morning. . as a result of this nightly disturbance I would not recommend this camp site.
Fiona from Broughty Ferry (18 Jul 2013)

Lovely camp site and beach. Accommodation spotless. Couriers helpful but discrete. Recommended *****
Philip from South Petherton (17 Jul 2013)

Excellent location, close to cultural sights and excellant beaches.
Andrew from Doune (13 Jul 2013)

This places was beautiful. I loved it. there was plenty of space between the rentals. it is not full of activities, but a perfect place for the family to relax and have fun.
Vincent (12 Jul 2013)

Holiday parc excellent, pools great. disappointing accommodation as it had not been cleaned well. also couriers did not know about surrounding area for touring.
Helen from Ballyclare (05 Jul 2013)

A little different to our last euro campo holiday in lake garda, still good all the same.
Paul from Lago Patria, Naples (30 Jun 2013)

This was the first week of our 3 week vacation in italy. We had a really enjoyable time.
Christine from Montreal (29 Jun 2013)

Our party was for 8 people ages between 16 - 81 and accommodated for all ages! have to say we have spent many years in a vast variety of campsites in u.k. Of well known names, and not a patch on eurocamps! although the weather abroad did help! something for everyone. Well done eurocamp!
Debra from Dymchurch, Kent (29 Jun 2013)

This is simply on baia dominica, not our other sites. The site is very large, and obviously in high season would be crowded and noisy. For younger couples and children, not anyone wanting a quiet holiday. The facilities are very good, and the proximity to the beach a definite plus. unfortunately the couriers were not up to the usual high standard. Our tent lacked several items and the outside furniture was very dirty. The impression was that they had not prepared for us. Unlike other sites, their knowledge of anything outside the camp seemed limited. this should not suggest an overall bad experience. The holiday overall was great. We enjoyed baia dominica and even more so our other three sites.
Marilyn from Nottingham (28 Jun 2013)

It's a holiday village for the family, good facilities well run beach area with more than one life guard on duty. Excellent restaurant and take away, well stocked on site store, with very helpful store assistants. Well maintained garden's and main roads through.
Frank from Wolverhampton (27 Jun 2013)

Good holiday just what we planed did most of what we wanted to do, but will have to complete it another time so much to see and do in the area.one fault with the park they are flying the union jack upside down I tolled them 3 times but the did not beleive me
John from Reading (27 Jun 2013)

Reasonable campsite but grumpy italian reception staff. Beach lovely but strewn with debris not conducive to walking bare footed thorn bushes washed up or blown onto sandy beach
Louis from Roxby Lincolshire (26 Jun 2013)

One of the best holidays I have had for a long time, weather good, parc and accomodation excellent, surrounding area and history excellent, italian drivers absolute rubbish and dangerous!
Michael from Ipswich (26 Jun 2013)

Lovely, well maintained campsite. Go to pool at siesta time as its less busy. Could do with a bit more english speaking from the animation team.i
Sheila (25 Jun 2013)

I have been to baia domizia many times, since being a little girl. This year we decided to book with eurocamp instead of baia domizia itself. The mobile home wasnt the cleanest.. had mould in the shower and wasnt great to be honest. Stayed with eurocamp in april and had better. Also didnt have a high chair that I ordered, was given a bottle of wine as compensation ( not a great help really ) high chair came 4 days later. Sofa bed was also not great. You could feel the springs and rails and matress was as thick as a piece of paper.. I have no bad things to say about the resort apart from do not eat in the restaurant. Awful food which gives you a bad tummy the following day. Food was dry and had no taste, awful when there is 5 of you and everyones meal is different and as disgusting as the others. Apart from that the parc is amazing, I will always love it.
Tanya from London (21 Jun 2013)

We have been going on caravan holidays for eight years now across france and italy. This was arguably our most enjoyable holiday for a number of reasons - the campsite was glorious and beautifully maintained, the accomodation was perfect for our needs, the area was superb given the day trips and attractions plus the site had one of the best beach experiences we have ever had thanks to the grass solarium. We holidayed at norcenni girasole last year and though we would never find as impressive a campsite but baia domizia was magnificent.
Ralph from Cork (21 Jun 2013)

This was our first eurocamp experience and whilst we had heard that baia domizia was possibly not as great as some of the other camps, we loved it! . the 2 bed horizon was immaculate with all mod cons however the bedrooms & bathroom are teeny tiny! the 3 bunks are narrower than twin beds so would be tough for large adults or teens. . the pool area and restuarant areas were beautifully landscaped and the proximity to the beach priceless. the restaurant had a fairly extensive menu and pretty good prices. the campsite was very quiet at night. . we live in naples so had no need to explore the countryside but it is a great location for exploring rome, naples and the amalfi coast.
Sue from Naples, Italy (21 Jun 2013)

This relates to I pini where we stayed for 4 nights prior to baia domizia. We were very concerned about access by foot from our parking place to the mobile. It was steep, and much of it was just trodden down soil on a steep slope which, in wet conditions, which we experienced, was a significant safety hazard. The parc needs to ensure there is a paved way or concrete steps for the whole of the access route to the mobile.
Roland from Uxbridge (20 Jun 2013)

An excellent holiday break even if naples is the biggest dump in europe!
Tony from Hove, East Sussex. (17 Jun 2013)

We had a fantastic holiday and the park had all you could have wished for, sun, sea, sand and a gelateria!
Alistair from Altrincham (08 Jun 2013)

I think the accommodation was ok, our caravan was squeezed in between bushes and other caravans. It felt cramped. To keep it clean a mop would have been very useful, and there wad insufficient storage in the rooms for clothes
Aaron (01 Jun 2013)

A very clean and tidy camp with excellent facilities. Ample space and good shade provided by the many trees. A good place to go off and visit the local area.
Philip from Plymouth (31 May 2013)


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