A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Portese, Lake Garda area of Italy. Eden Campsite has 300 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. Eden 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:
You'll find a golf course on - or very close to - the park.
Enjoy a game of football at Eden Campsite.
Try some sports during your holiday.
Relax at the gym.
Have a go on the waterslides Eden Campsite.
Like fishing? You won't be disappointed here.
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.
Relax near the lake.
Want to explore? Eden Campsite could well be for you.
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If you think Eden Campsite in Portese, Lake Garda is the holiday park you, why not have a closer look, and check out prices and availability.
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!
These are the reviews for Eden Campsite. There are 102 reviews.
Lovely family friendly small site. Customer 1 from Dorset (18 September 2015)
I was very disappointed by my first euro camp experience. The caravans are far too close together making it unbearably noisy. On arrival we were given virtually no information. I can only think it was the same for others and that's why the silence rule was ignored. Our friends caravan fused the electrics every time you put the microwave or hair dryer on. This was to be tolerated and would be looked at at the end of the season. There is a 1 euro charge for reception to phone a taxi for you. There was no sign of any of the activities in the kids club, the mini disco was hit or miss as to whether it happened and the terrace bar closed for the season. Alison from Newcastle Upon Tyne (04 September 2015)
We have had a great time at camp eden and would go again, the whole camp site is great, pools, restaurant etc. Jonathan (03 September 2015)
Site was very pretty, but too cramped in for us. Sarah from London (31 August 2015)
Great spot, beautiful views. Site felt safe and very relaxed. Staff were helpful and some had good faces. Clean and well maintained. Steep slope and steps up to top of site..could have done with someone to give me a piggy back. Great place all round Alasdair from Guildford, Surrey (29 August 2015)
Great campsite, well located for sightseeing, stayed in a safari tent - excellent accommodation let down by its positioning next to the bins/recycling area! Samantha (29 August 2015)
Great location with stunning views, good facilities, local area spot on, would recommend! Julia from Yorkshire (28 August 2015)
Great area to visit verona and venice and good location on the lake with beautiful views Jill (24 August 2015)
Beautiful part if the world. Fantastic views, site not too busy. Fun for everyone. Samantha from Fleet Hampshire (23 August 2015)
Brilliant campsite with very eclectic feel and relaxed atmosphere. Campsite is built into the side of the hill which results in the pitches all being on different levels, though you never felt overlooked, and this created a really nice atmosphere, especially at night. . campsite facilities were good, children especially enjoyed the parks, though I would definitely recommend paying a bit extra for a pitch with a view of the stunning lake. Heather from Nottingham (22 August 2015)
We went to this site 7 years ago and since then we have been to 3 other parcs around lake garda. We returned this year having not bettered our experience elsewhere around the the lake. We have no doubt this is the best site we have been to. It is relatively quiet has stunning views and the town of salo is lovely to visit. The private lake access and the jetty leading out to the lake is a real bonus. The pools are fine and the two slides kept our 8 year entertained but he far preferred jumping off the jetty into the lake. . there's not a lot for kids in the evening. The kids disco was frankly a bit rubbish. Other sites we have been to in france do this better but it typically goes on later when kids should perhaps be in bed. This wasn't a big issue though as the smallish games room kept our son happy. . . things to do: ferry trips are always good. We hired a boat from desenzano for 3 hours for 70 euro this was good fun - it gives you time to have a good and pretty quick tour around the south part of the lake. Verona is well worth a visit.plenty of nice towns to visit for dinner out. . issues: traffic can get very busy around the lake during august, especially on a wet day when everyone tries to get to the theme park. 24 miles in 2 and 1/2 hours! if it is going to be wet and you want to get somewhere leave early! Andrew from Otley (20 August 2015)
Owner had too many restrictions and treated the place like they were the police. Not recommended Tarnya from Lincolnshire (15 August 2015)
A beautiful campsite, we paid for the lake view and was so worth it as the views were breathtaking and so relaxing to sit on your own decking and enjoy the views over the lake and out to the mountains. My children really enjoyed the swimming pools and the lake. Only a short walk to lovely restaurants and beach. Really recommend and the air con saved us in the heat and meant we all slept well when it was so hot at night. Geraint (14 August 2015)
Eden is in an excellent location with excellent views over the lake garda,the parc lacks night time entertainment and the everyday power failure to the accommodation becomes wearing .overall our holiday was brilliant and a return to lake garda is imminent. Ruth (14 August 2015)
Great site with plenty to do for children and well located bars and cafes for both pools. The hillside location proved really difficult for adults and children and limited the freedom the children could have and the amount of walking around the local area we could do. Not clear that it is not lakeside and the parking facilities at the lake were limited. We had requested aircon for our caravan but on arrival it was not available but this was a booking issue not a site issue. The area of portese, salo, and nearby manerba and moniga were the highlight of our european tour. Beautiful. Children loved the pool and slides. Have to mention the amazing tour booking facility in site as this lady is the most efficient, knowledgeable and bilingual rep I have ever met! a big asset. Alison (14 August 2015)
Parc set in a beautiful location, close to the lovely harbour town of portese. The chalets were set closer together than expected and were not all air conditioned as we thought, however the facilities on site were great. The pool and slides were perfect, and the on site shop reasonable, with a good selection of products. Lara from Salisbury (13 August 2015)
Fantastic park. A little hilly for the elderly (& the not so elderly). plenty for children of all ages. Maybe more entertainment for the teens needed. Donna from Sheffield (13 August 2015)
The location of the site is very good. The hillside aspect means you enjoy wonderful views of the beautiful surrounds. The site itself is on a very steep slope, so not for the faint of heart or unfit! we were unable to keep the entire family happy when staying onsite due to the limited options (pool, pool or lake) as there were no fitness classes or other entertainment. The children refused to go to the kids club which looked very limited in terms of offering (maybe ok for the very young ones). . great base for excursions to other lakeside towns or further afield to verona and venice. . we were blessed with very hot weather and had booked a mobile with airconditioning. Unfortunately, the electricity kept cutting out whenever we or neighbours used the ac, so that was not particularly helpful!. very helpful and friendly staff. Customer 18 (25 July 2015)
Great choice. eurocamp is on a steep hill fine for families, but not suitable for anyone with walking difficulties, staff friendly, good food in restaurant. nearby port is 5 minutes walk, three restaurants, ferrys to other parts of the lake and a good long pebble beach. a great choice for some good simple family time. Richard from Lutterworth (24 July 2015)
Fantastic holiday at eden, portese! extremely relaxed site, friendly couriers and plenty to keep the kids entertained all week! accommodation was perfect for this stay - lots of outdoor space for eating and relaxing. our lodge was on the hillside with views of the lake which were unobstructed and totally stunning!! Paula from Edinburgh (20 July 2015)
Great site and facilities. Eurocamp staff were very helpful. Michael (18 July 2015)
This site is lovely but on a very steep hill with narrow roads and sharp corners. We thought we would have a lake view from our accommodation but it was only just visible through the other caravans, tents and trees. Lots of shade from the very hot sun and choice of 2 pools, bars and a well stocked, inexpensive shop. The hill would stop us going back. Deborah from Chichester (17 July 2015)
Amazing place, weather and campsite. Want to go back now! Raymond from Belfast (14 July 2015)
Fab parc in beautiful setting. Jonathon from Portese (11 July 2015)
Lovely site with fantastic views over the lake. Great facilities, with a well stocked shop and bar and restaurant. Would highly recommend this site, can't wait to go back. Sarah from Liverpool (28 June 2015)
This was the 5th year at this parc, we love the area. Caravans beginning to be a little tired & parc restaurant getting quite expensive, we found it cheaper to eat off site. Ann from Derby (26 June 2015)
We had a lovely time at eden this is our second visit we stayed in caravan 140 and the view is amazing we used the resturant on site which we enjoyedb Michaela from Manchester (19 June 2015)
Great parc for our young family, nice pools and lake great to swim in. We didn't use the restaurant but shop had all essentials. Walk into portese easy and salo a lovely town only five minutes on boat. It is a steep walk up to the top of the parc where it seemed all eurocamp accommodation was. Be aware not all sites have a view. We requested one on booking and did not get one which was a disappointment. It was june and we had booked in the previous oct so did hope this would be fulfilled. The courier was unhelpful and just said we needed to show where we had requested it on booking. Overall the site itself is worth it. Abigail (18 June 2015)
Lovely location and good pools for kids. just 10 minute walk to the port for trips on the lake. the position of our caravan gave us great views - we were on the lower part of the site. however the music from the lower bar was very annoying in the evening though. why pollute half the site with music, especially when only a handful of people were actually at the bar? the music would definitely put me off booking again despite the amazing views. Garmon (06 June 2015)
Excellent holiday, beautiful place and campsite. Jane from Sheffield (30 May 2015)
We would recommend eden, portese so much. worth paying extra for a lake view is a must as it was so beautiful. the private beach right by the lake was quiet and peaceful. we went in may half term so everywhere was pretty quiet. our favourite town was gargnano with a promenade of orange trees. we enjoyed sitting on our decking looking over the lake view. it was was of our best holidays and the eurocamp staff were really helpful. Julie from Worcester Park (30 May 2015)
Good site but hilly and can get busy David from Kent (28 May 2015)
We had a lovely holiday in eden, beautiful place, perfect weather, lovely accomodation with beautiful view on the lake. Daria from Telford (28 May 2015)
Eden portese is a lovely camp but not for the feint hearted if you are allocated accommodation up 'cardiac hill' as we named it. The views are fabulous from up there but it is a steep walk up. Karen from Grimsby (24 May 2015)
Amazing views, friendly and helpful staff as always (our 4th year back) and great pools - shame they weren't both always open though Rosemary from Zurich, Switzerland (02 May 2015)
Camping eden is an idyllic location with some superb views of the lake. This was our second year coming here as we were so impressed with the site, accomodation and the couriers last year. Our only let down was that the accomodation wasn't as clean as last year (when it was spotless). some of the items that should have been included such as a toilet brush were missing. We didn't once have a courier come to see us or ask how things were - which was the complete opposite to last year when your couriers were superb. Having said this, we would still return to the camp because it is such a beautiful spot. Catherine from Prestatyn, Denbighshire (14 September 2014)
We have visited this campsite often due to its situation, although more and more units are being put on and it is losing some of its character. We notice there are now hardly any tents. Patricia from Norwich (12 September 2014)
Lake garda picturesque as ever and refused to let unsettled period of weather dampen our enthusiasm. camp eden is small site but well kept - it is on the side of a steep hill so make sure you are fit enough to manage this. vans are closer together than on other sites we have visited. more information from couriers regarding wet weather activities would have been useful. Matt from Nr Leeds (25 August 2014)
Lovely site-worth paying the extra for accommodation with a view. Great pools, fabulous location. On a very steep hill so used up the extra calories from all the great food. Well worth taking the ferry to lake side towns for the day. Mobile home a little tired but don't know how it could be replaced!. Sarah from Nottingham (24 August 2014)
Beautiful position on lake. Excellent, clean facilities. Tents and mobile homes extremely cramped together. For a safari tent, it was in a dreadful position. Very noisy so very little sleep. This was very disappointing. Rachel from Ledbury (22 August 2014)
We had an overall fantastic time at camp eden with eurocamp, the site is placed in a beautiful location, with relative easy access to the area. . in terms of the site itself it seemed luck of the draw where you van is, we went for the classic, which was great for the three of us, although no aircon so I had to go and buy 2 more fans, as there was only one provided. we had a central cabin, without view, but with a good decked area, but some lucky families had perfect views across the lakes and mountains, I guess you need to ask or book early. . . it’s a real family site, with no noise after 10:30pm, at night the views are even more breathtaking!. . there are pools at the top and the bottom of the site – both are great. there are a few fun slides for the kids (and adults), but just be careful with the kids running around as our daughter took a tumble on stairs which were really slippy, which in the uk, would have gone through the health and safety checks.. . you can wear trunks, not obligatory to wear speedos although you do have to wear a swimming cap which they sell at the shop. the lake is great also for swimming and eden has access to the lake which is only about 100ft from the bottom of the camp, with a pontoon with great diving access. . on site the couriers were very helpful, we also met a geordie couple who were maintaining the site – they were really very friendly and helpful and ensuring that we had everything we needed, big thumbs up!. . try and access the area from the a4 through the main road ss45bis nearer brescia, not the one coming through desenzano spbs572, it’s a very slow road and it’s worth doing the extra miles to save you 20 mins. . if leaving or arriving early at eden – park your car outside, as the gates were closed between 11pm and 7am and some families almost missed flights. . there’s loads to do in the area – salo is stunning, so is simione, in fact the whole of the lakes are amazing and we’re missing it already!. . there is a good supermarket in salo called simply where you can get everything you need. . we went to gardaland – took about an hour to get there and was open from 10am to 11pm! it was a good park with something for all ages (we have a daughter 8). . we went to verona for the day – took about an hour and a half . . we also did venice and back in a day, up and out at 5:30am and back for 10pm, was about a 2.5 hour journey at a decent speed, and we crammed in all the sites!. . we also booked a boat for the day with garda boat hire , again, amazing fun! it was about 185 euro’s for a day for a 40hp boat, which did some speed!. . overall, an amazing family holiday, would highly recommend and would love to visit the area again. Max from Macclesfield (16 August 2014)
We loved staying in the safari tent- great space and set up. The park was fantastic overall. Lovely lakeside beach, views and swimming pools. Kids loved the slides and we all had a very relaxed, happy time. Delicious ice-creams for 1euro were a life saver too. The weather was hot hot hot with a couple of thunderstorms mainly at night. Wow- being under canvas during thunderstorms is very exciting! Jodie from Ashford, Middlesex (11 August 2014)
Fantastic holiday. Great campsite. Very clean. Hilly though but you do get amazing views. Mike from Whitstable (08 August 2014)
Big thanks to dave and the crew! kids club was great for both our kids of 4 and 13. Jason from Dubai (28 July 2014)
Spoilt by the poor weather. The park is nice but a bit packed in, and the pools are too small for the size. The overall location is good, and with beautiful views but eurocamp is not generally in best location. Plus eurocamp seems more expensive than competitors for similar accomodation. The couriers are always good and the accomodation was very clean. Thomas (27 July 2014)
A brilliant campsite - perfect location and facilities. Our three young children loved the swimming pools!. . you have to be quite fit to walk around the site due to the hilly location, however it did not spoil it for us. We will definitely go back. . great holiday!!. . Daniel from Maidstone (26 July 2014)
Fabulous holiday, just let down by the poor weather this year (2014) Sarah from Southampton (20 July 2014)
Our first time at a commercial camp site,we have camped under our own canvas in the past. Found the site very crowded with little privacy. It was noisy with amplified music inflicted on us. The steep steps were also hard work Andrew from Berkshire (18 July 2014)
We love camping eden and will keep coming back. The scenery is out of this world and we all love swimming in the lake. It is not a holiday for those who love wild night life and a buzzing atmosphere. It is peaceful and a perfect place for a tranquil family getaway. There are fun parks and aquaparks around the area which are within an hours drive away if you wish a lively day out. Maria (09 July 2014)
Camp eden was so lovely, there were lots of cabins but you never felt overlooked and the view was stunning. It was so green on the site with lots of trees which really added to its attractiveness. The euro camp reps were very friendly and helpful but also left us to our holiday when we didn't need help. The shop on site was well stocked, the two pools were brilliant for our children and the pizza in the resteraunt was excellent. There were also play parks which engaged the children for ages. We were there just as the camping kids program started and both the children enjoyed the activities on offer. It is a lovely part of the world and I would highly recommend it. Caroline from Edinburgh (06 July 2014)
The safari tents were fantastic, and would be better with a lake-view. site is very handy for the lake (direct access across a not-too-busy road). we would come back here again. Stephen from Glasgow (06 July 2014)
Although it was the start of season the parc was very overgrown and weedy. Things in the playpark were broken. Thank goodness we had a fantastic view as the accommodation was basic (which was fine) but crowded in like sardines. Dave was lovely but the couriers didn't have lots of the expected knowledge and no info given about the kids activities on the parc which we found out by asking others. Holiday was fab but aside from the fantastic view we expected more from the parc Confirmed Holidaymaker (05 July 2014)
Great time had by all, lovely location and helpful staff. Dave and his team were a great help to us during our stay. Zoe from Milton Keynes (29 June 2014)
3rd year at this parc & excellent holiday & value for money. Ann from Derby (26 June 2014)
Having used eurocamp before & having seen the safari tents we decided to book one in eden. The tent itself was great fun & suited a young family. The location of the tent on the parc was hugely disappointing. Our view was into a window of a static van only 3.5m away. It was, at times uncomfortable as we felt we were watching them & we were being watched too. It would be sensible to mention the lack of view in the brochure & perhaps re-think the pricing at eden. . . also we had very hot weather for the first few days & it was impossible to stay in the tent in the day as it was an oven. There is only one spare plug in the tent which for a family of four is inconvenient, especially when it's so hot & you need the fan on constantly. . overall, it was fun but the lack of a view & intimate location was a disappointment. Customer 55 from Our View Was Into A Window Of A Static Van Only 3. (23 June 2014)
We had a fabulous holiday. Loved the site and the area. Will certainly be going back. Booked flights and taxis through eurocamp - all went like clockwork. Susan from Eastbourne Uk (18 June 2014)
The parc is well situated, but as stated by other reviews very hilly. Best to book a van or tent with a view, it would be worth it. Pools were clean and usually sun beds available. The local town of salo is lovely and you can get all you need there. Camp shop expensive. Couriers very friendly. Nicola (17 June 2014)
Lovely holiday at valle romantica close to beautiful lake maggiore. Lots to do in the area and near the lovely town of cannobio. Debbie from Peterborough (17 June 2014)
Excellent Michaela from Astley (15 June 2014)
Our first eurocamp holiday and it was thoroughly joined. great parc, great facilities and the eurocamp representatives are always on hand to assist and advise. a special thank you to dave :-). we will be back! Gemma from Cheltenham (06 June 2014)
Loved the safari tent, best ever so much room to move around in, so good to have real beds, even though mine collapsed. Would use these tents again. Must be fit to stay at eden as it is hilly, so if you use the site shop a steep climb back up, also where the tents are you cannot see the lake. Beryl from Canvey Island (01 June 2014)
Absolutely stunning location, parc facilities good except lack of card facilities and strangely everyone had to wear swimming caps which the courier didn't inform us of Donna from Sheffield (31 May 2014)
Absolute fantastic park and location. Portese is a really small and quiet town with very little to do, which is great if you like a relaxing bolt hole and then travel round to others towns around the lake. Leon from Doncaster (31 May 2014)
Excellent Tamsyn from Camberley (31 May 2014)
Lovely holiday. Couriers were all excellent particularly at lauterbrunnen and freiberg. Jonathan from Cheltenham (24 May 2014)
Beautiful place . comfortable accommodation, euro camp couriers were fantastic made us feel very welcome and that we could approach them with any issues no matter how small Kim from Dairsie ,Scotland (18 May 2014)
The people from eurocamp were super helpfull. The accomodation was clean en nice view. Good holliday Aart from Harmelen (03 May 2014)
A beautiful location with stunning views.easy to get to lots of places of interest. Staff superb [especially sam].caravan really clean and well presented. Restaurant good with reasonable prices . swimming pools clean and very enjoyable. Will be booking soon for next year. I have left my heart there. Susan from Prestatyn (15 September 2013)
Very relaxing holiday , accomadation very good , excellent pitch , site a bit different and hilly but overall a very good experience Pat (23 August 2013)
This was a relaxing holiday in a friendly campsite with spectacular views. Beth from Magor (19 August 2013)
Excellent parc, wonderful views! Sean (16 August 2013)
Brilliant time had by all of our family! beautiful part of the world, lovely camp and weather was fantastic Steven from Hornchurch (16 August 2013)
A great holiday for a family!. very steep campsite and not many english families-predominantly dutch-although this was not an issue-it was difficult for our 3 teenagers to make friends!. lovely clean campsite-sam was a great courier-lake garda beautiful! Andrea from Ashford Kent (14 August 2013)
Disappointing on many levels - see below. Confirmed Holidaymaker from Gloucestershire (10 August 2013)
I really enjoyed my holiday at your campsite because it was friendly, had good facilities and provided activities for all kinds of people. We had a very fun time looking around the lake but we also spent a lot of time in camp swimming and the like. Also the food was amazing! :) Amy from Prague, Czech Republic (05 August 2013)
Lake garda is a beautiful place for a holiday. The beach at the campsite was great.very cramped campsite with very little space between units. The accomodation within the chalet was perfectly adequate and well equipped, although I would not recommended a mobile home without air-conditioning in the summer. The brochure suggested it was an ideal site for families keen on watersports but there was nowhere in the vicinity for hiring dinghies or windsurfers, so I think this is a little misleading - unless you bring your own boat, watersports were limited to pedaloes, we had to travel 50 km up the coast to find windsurfing. Confirmed Holidaymaker (02 August 2013)
Eden awful. Overcrowded. No parking and not resolved when raised. No visits from couriers, good pool, but other facilities poor. Second site valle romantica excellent including lovely couriers. Keith from Great Dunmow (31 Jul 2013)
Brilliant holiday! courier fantastic! would recommend Kerri from Merthyr (30 Jul 2013)
A good but very hot 2 weeks in italy Rod (29 Jul 2013)
We had a fantastic holiday in lake garda at camping eden. Woke up every morning with a wonderful view. Dawn from Glasgow (26 Jul 2013)
The campsite was in a beautiful location and the accomodation was spotless. We went in july though and no air conditioning was available at the time of booking which would have made the holiday even better as it was very warm inside! there was plenty to do at the campsite and in the surrounding area.the swimming pools were excellent and our children aged 6 and 3 really enjoyed themselves there! Emma from Kilmarnock (26 Jul 2013)
This is a lovely family friendly parc. however, none of the great features (setting, facilities, staff) owe anything to eurocamp. Tricia from Edinburgh (19 Jul 2013)
Great parc, the pool facilities were excellent for children, and the beach at the lakeside was gorgeous! Kathryn from Armagh (16 Jul 2013)
Really enjoyable holiday with plenty to see and do. Stephen from Belfast (15 Jul 2013)
Parc and facilities very good but there was a limited number of british / irish families on the parc for our young kids to make friends. Nevertheless would highly recommend eden, eurocamp and lake garda. Will be back with eurocamp next year no doubt. Paul from Glasgow (15 Jul 2013)
Lovely campsite in a lovely location. Catriona from Glasgow (14 Jul 2013)
Excellent holiday and the eurocamp staff were very efficient and helpful. We reported an issue with the fridge by text and the staff member was with us within 2 minutes on his bike to deal with the problem. The parc is lovely and lake garda is beautiful, highly recommended! Neil from Ayrshire (13 Jul 2013)
We stayed in a safari tent which was fantastic. good location for playpark, shower block, toilets and upper pool. Booking early made for great value family holiday. Ann from Port Seton (11 Jul 2013)
Fantastic park with fantastic views. All staff on site are friendly & helpful. Our 2nd visit to eden & we will be returning. Ann from Derby (28 Jun 2013)
Stayed here a week, had previously stayed at site, fantastic time, weather very hot. Confirmed Holidaymaker (23 Jun 2013)
The accommodation was superb with spectacular views across lake garda from our decking. loads to do around the park with boat trips available from portese just a short walk away from the site. weather was great - only small point was the camp pool was unheated and very deep but only a very small point. Andrew (21 Jun 2013)
It was a fabulous holiday with very helpful eurocamp stsff Julie (21 Jun 2013)
The only aspect of the parc facilities was the fact that the main adult pool was down by the enterance gate and there was a very steep hill back up to our accommodation. Also some of the facilities in the mobile home were extremely difficult to use, such as the pull out bed in the lounge area. it should have been replaced or fixed properly. Also small things like the shelf on the door of the fridge door kept falling out so we could not use it and the shower temperature controls were difficult to use. it keep changing from very hot to very cold while using the shower. All of us in the party experienced this problem. Patricia from Cork, Ireland (20 Jun 2013)
Relaxed but busy. Fantastic parc, great food and staff. Close to all the main attractions. Fab. Mark from Marple (09 Jun 2013)
Cramped, dirty and in need of a revamp. Sheets and pillow cases provided stained, old and smelly. Fusty smells in every room mattresses old and smelly, inches of dust under beds. Floors filthy and dead bugs and ants everywhere. Dead bugs squashed on walls. Pots and utensils dirty and old. Curtains stained. Rachel from Derby (06 Jun 2013)
Although we were disappointed with the accommodation, especially cleanliness, I wouldn't fault the campsite, the views were amazing and was great for young children, two good pools and good play areas, although could do with a little uodating. It was in a great spot for exploring lake garda and the surrounding area. Andrew (29 May 2013)
Park hilly, couriers brill, mini market not much choice. Views spectacular. Public transport - leaves a lot to be desired. Stops early evening. Portese lovely little village with a couple of bars. San felice just a 20 min walk away, straight road (all path). salo only 3 euros on boat. Desenzano only 10 euros (one way). everyone very helpful. eurocamp couriers brill. Helena couldnt do enough for us. Valentina and sam are the other couriers. Both are very helpful and easy to get on with and all are eager to make your holiday a great time. Elanor from Irvine (22 May 2013)
A good holiday but not as good as expected Chris from Norwich (22 May 2013)
Inspire of the awful weather we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. David from Overijse (22 May 2013)
The parc was in a beautiful setting and we had views of the lake from our decking area. unfortunately, we had problems at home and only had 2 nights at the parc. however, the couriers were very friendly and helpful and we only wished we could have stayed longer. Christine from Northampton (19 May 2013)
Breathtaking views of lake garda!! Roland from Hage / Germany (19 May 2013)
Fantastic holiday, great views over lake garda, easy to get to other towns. Susa from Wetheby (17 May 2013)