A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Caorle, Adriatic area of Italy. San Francesco Campsite has 980 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. San Francesco 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.
You'll find a football field at San Francesco Campsite.
Try some sports during your holiday.
While the kids are playing, you can burn off that holiday excess in the gym.
Have a go on the waterslides San Francesco Campsite.
Horse riding is available during your holiday.
There's water sports on offer - what a treat for your holiday.
Want to see the local area, hire a bike during your holiday.
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If you think San Francesco Campsite in Caorle, Adriatic 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 San Francesco Campsite. There are 48 reviews.
Good for families. Enforced siesta is a bit of a cheek. Paul (15 September 2015)
No information about events in the park itself! the eurocamp staff was helpful but it would have been nice to have a board with information about what was going on! also wouldnt recommend this park to english people as italian dont like them! another good idea would be to put english people together! we had to speak german and polish to be able to communicate with our neighbourgh! Maryse from St-Albans (23 August 2015)
We were first time eurocampers (even though the children in the family are teenagers). should have done it years ago, will definitely do it again next year. Angeline from Brighton (19 August 2015)
Excellent holiday overall couriers were great and available immediately if there was a problem, weather extremely good although it is realised that eurocamp has no control over that. David from Northampton (17 August 2015)
Unfortunately we only had a week at the park which in and of itself is a nice park with good facilities. We booked a chalet ('esprit') back in february and chose the site because we wanted to be near enough to venice for a day trip. We have 3 children and didn't want a 2 bed-roomed chalets but I didn't want one of the children to be sleeping on the sofa (which was a good decision as the living area is very small and the sofa tiny). I went with this site due to availability and the fact that it had plenty of swimming pools. The park was nice, staff all friendly, the shop was well stocked and I don't think overpriced. Everyone does observe the siesta though so make sure you have what you need before 1pm. The good thing is that traffic stops at this time through the camp (bad if you're trying to get to you're pitch. The ice cream shop does stay open through the siesta which is a saving for the kids. The swimming pools are nice - some quieter than others, so something to suit everyone. However, the only pool that stays open through the siesta is the one which charges an entry fee. Not only do you have to pay 4 euros each to get in, you then have to pay 8 euros for 2 loungers and an umbrella. The bars and restaurants are nice, staff are lovely and food pretty good if you want the standard fayre - pizza, pasta, steaks and great fries. The chalet is basic and a bit tired looking to say the least. It has a well stocked kitchen. We ordered the 'essentials' pack which provides a bit of washing up liquid and a cloth and bin bag etc. Not a rip off but you may as well just go to the supermarket which is 2 minutes walk away. The chalet has an uncovered wooden terrace but the eurocamp ones are in a wooded area so well-shaded anyway. I was assured that we would get 2 loungers (i noticed the other holiday camp chalets had them) but apparently this practice was discontinued last year due to the fact that there's no space for them. This is a major let down of the eurocamp chalets compared to all of the other holiday chalets. They are very closely packed together, so much so that I could lean from my seat on the terrace and shake hands with the neighbour on theirs'. the main problem being that they facing eachother an so you feel you are sharing a meal in a weird and intrusive way, not a good way. We went on a trip to venice and stayed overnight in a hotel (prebooked) which was amazing and made the holiday for me. Overall the site is nice and has everything you could need for a family holiday. If you are going instead of a villa - you may not like it, if you are going instead of a tent - you'll love it. Be prepared to be living in close proximity, definitely consider booking with one of the other companies to get more space. Access to the beach is great and lots of water sports on offer. Again be prepared to pay a daily/ weekly fee for loungers and umbrellas. . consider hiring a bike when you're there or an e-skooter - they look great fun - to get around the campsite. There are few brits on this site - I think they are more concentrated in di jesolo - and if you're going to venice the coach trip is slightly longer from here. Coach station gets a bit congested and mad at the end of the day for the ride home from venice trip. . . . . Andrea from Caorle (01 August 2015)
Loved this holiday! the kids had a ball and there was so much to do only thing that I would have made slightly clearer would be the activities they where in different bits of the parc at different times which got confusing. The people where lovely I can't wait to go back!! Clare from Pencaitland, East Lothian (20 July 2015)
Had a fabulous time and this was our second visit to this camp as a family with 2 teenagers. . variety of pools plus the beach and enough on site if you don't want to have to leave it at all. . we did venture into caorle on several nights and strolled about and dined out. Also visited the luna park funfair (recommend parking there as free after 6pm). . . also visited porto santa margherita one night for ice cream and a walk. Would also recommend this. . loved the tranquility at the parc and appreciated 'quiet time' during the daytime and after midnight. Just have to plan moving the car if you want to go out during these times. Julie from West Sussex (12 July 2015)
Most enjoyable and good value. Paul from Great Yarmouth (29 June 2015)
We had a fantastic weekend break however we were very disappointed that the kids clubs were not available. We had chosen this park because it was advertised on your website the kids clubs would be available during our stay. I understand that euro camp was not responsible for the running of the kids clubs at this park, however, communication between the park and yourselves as to the availability of the kids clubs and then letting us know, would have saved us from having 2 very disappointed kids. Rachel from Roveredo In Piano, Italy. (25 May 2015)
Overall we enjoyed our holiday, however there were some factors that spoilt it. We would not return to this particular park. Joanne (28 August 2014)
Unfortunately we had bad weather throughout, which impacted on our time there, and the 1.00pm - 3.00pm siesta where everything closed down, including getting your car in and out of the camp site did not help us either. The parc itself is good, but to get full value you need the sun to shine! Derek from Malvern (28 August 2014)
We did have a fab holiday! campsite was good but plagued by mosquitoes. The classic mobile home was cramped rather than cosy particularly in the bedrooms; living areas were plenty for us. We were a family of 4; unsure how you'd survive a week with 7 in there!! you'd need to be exceedingly tolerant of each other! we preordered an essentials and welcome pack, we had to chase these and only got them on afternoon of second day when we'd obviously had to shop for some of these items. Also, contained fresh coffee which was useless as nothing there to actually make it with. Apparently all cafetieres have been withdrawn from eurocamp. Also, there was no ipod dock as advertised; we would have brought our own as we are a family who enjoys their music. Sarah from Southampton (23 August 2014)
I think this park needs some big entertainment venue to keep all guests entertained, all of the swimming pools are fantastic, excellent location, easy access to airport via bus. Tracey from Leicestershire (21 August 2014)
Unfortunately I was seriously ill on holiday and had to spend three days in hospital. Whilst nobody's fault my problem is that whilst trying to find out what was wrong with none of the eurocamp couriers could speak italian. I would have thought that this was a bit of a pre requisite for the job and may have made things a lot easier for my partner and children to sort things out. This does not affect my impression of the parc as a whole which was great but may well affect whether or not I will use eurocamp as my courier again in the future. Simon from Orpington (16 August 2014)
The park is nearly an hour's drive from the airport - so I would advise hiring a car if you would intend to explore the area. The park is very busy in august - suffering queues in the supermarket and stressed staff in the restaurants- is not my idea of a relaxing holiday! (that aside, the food in the on-site beach restaurant and maxims, was fine).the mobile homes are too close to each other to enjoy meals on the decking and there isn't any space around them for children to play. The beach is lovely; but very crowded in august - book your sunbeds early or you won't get one. You are not allowed on 'sun-bed' beaches unless you do and the designated 'free-beach' gets very crowded and unpleasant. The swimming pools are nice - but the only one that stays open during siesta is the one you have to pay for! a big site with lots to do - my sons enjoyed the football camp and there are lots of activities for children. My advice: drive or hire a car; avoid (if you can) going in august; prepare to leave the caravan each day for a bit of privacy and avoid if you are looking for a relaxing holiday. But: if you have teenagers and enjoy being on a busy site- then it's perfect! Kim from San Francesco (12 August 2014)
We spent 10 days at san francesco on the adriactic coast, italy. The weather was great and a good selection of places to visit and a variety of local amenities. A really lovely part of the world to visit and experience and with very good proximity to venice, for a day trip. Lindsey from Lancashire (12 August 2014)
San francesco is a good campsite but spoiled by two things: eurocamp cabins are crowded much more closely together than other cabins on the site, and you have to pay 4 euro each per day to use the best pool (and a further 8 euro for sunbeds and a parasol). Christine from Brighton (08 August 2014)
The san francesco campsite was not particularly well maintained with some dangerous areas, e.g. Slippery stairs down to pool toilets with no handrails. all campsite activities incurred a charge, e.g. 6e for playground, 15e for kids clubs, 4e for main pool with flumes. the beach was narrow and full of loungers (15e per day) with unpleasant red seaweed covering much of it. The trip to venice was much longer than we thought from the eurocamp website. Pitch site was so small that you could hear snoring from next van! I would not recommend this campsite. We also stayed at sant' angelo campsite which was very clean with good facilities and lovely big beach. Catherine (29 July 2014)
A very large and busy park, with plenty or facilities - especially useful was the full size supermarket which had pretty much everything you could want. . however, as the park is so large, it is busy, very busy. the eurocamp caravans are very close together with very little privacy, but are all relatively new. ours had been very badly prepared with dirty floors and previous occupants' socks under one of the beds!. . the park is well located for visiting venice. It is around and hours drive to punta sabbioni from where you can get the water bus into venice. . having direct access onto the beach is a great asset but sunbed prices are extortionate (take a towel) and the beach sellers annoying and pretty much constant. Ian (28 July 2014)
Lovely, clean but very large park. Good base to tour this coast - we had an excellent holiday overall. Hilary (27 July 2014)
The mobil home was nice but most of the things such as use of the playground and football field cost money. And the best swimming pool cost also money - specially the sunbeds and umbrellas are expensive. The eurocamp guide at the place doing an excellent job. Jakobn from Vejle / Denmark (25 July 2014)
Main problem in comparison with previous parc (figline valdarno) is that they seemed to want additional money for everything - kids clubs, sun beds, wifi etc. Also felt crowded. Craig from Munich (16 July 2014)
Great site Graeme from Newton Mearns (15 July 2014)
Very good location and services. Eugen from Komarno (01 July 2014)
A very well run site with excellent eurocamp couriers, good supermarket, and good site facilities, easy to get to venice, drive to porto sabioni then get water taxi into venice, will go back there, possibly next year, and we a both senior citizens. Frank from Wombourne South Staffordshire (30 June 2014)
Excellent holiday the sun shone ,sometimes too hot. Overall holiday took us to places never been before, places never seen before. Dorothy from Consett Co. Durham (29 June 2014)
An excellent holiday, although we do feel that eurocamp is losing a few of its "special touches" which made us choose to go with eurocamp in the first place over 20 years ago. This is a trend we have observed over the last 2 to 3 years. It is still good but we do miss certain features which have disappeared Geoffrey from Midsomer Norton (26 June 2014)
Fantastic holiday - lovely green parc but eurocamp caravans packed in on top of each other. Other operators had given much more space. Restaurants were ok, nice to have a choice. Very child friendly which was what we were looking for! caravans not particualrly baby friendly unfortunately. Helen (24 June 2014)
We stayed here with our two children (age 4 and 18 mo) at the start of june. This is one of the best campsites I have stayed in. The facilities are great - well stocked large supermarket, nice pizzeria, selection of shops, fab ice cream bar.. it has 5 swimming pool complexes, all are different and we enjoyed trying out the slides, sun loungers and pools at each. The pools are cold though, one claimed to be heated but it was just as freezing as the others. The site has direct access onto the beach. It also possible to push a pushchair right up to the beach as it is all paved. There was entertainment at night but the site is large enough that it doesn't disturb. I was quite keen to try out the kids club for our 4 year old but it was very quiet and all the children looked a little bored so we didn't bother. Would definitely recommend though for a holiday with toddlers/children - it has everything you need. Katherine (06 June 2014)
Really enjoyed our stay. As with many of these parks, the site is a little too big, but you have to accept that with popular resorts. It is also very frustrating that the gates are closed during siesta. I appreciate that the italians take this time, but as foreigners, we are unlikely to follow suit, and therefore would like to be able to exit or enter the park when we need to. As the barrier is automatic, I don't really see why you are not allowed through it. . the eurocamp staff were great. The only slight drawback s their availability. It is a shame that there is only someone in the office for a very short period of the day. Out of that time, you have to phone a a mobile, which will cost us quite a lot in roaming charges. . thanks Rich from Milnthorpe, Cumbria (31 May 2014)
A nice site right on the beach..i have to say we were there in half term week and it was very quiet..i think the italian holiday season started on 1 june so it would get much busier then. Eurocamp pitches are all together..in the shade mainly. You don't get the space you get in france but it was adequate. The majority of people on the site were austrian, german or italian..very few english voices. Clearly a lot of local italians have their holiday homes there with some very elaborate set ups..the pools were quiet when we were there..never a problem getting a sunbed if you wanted one but again, it may change when in full season. The restaurants on site serve good value food and the staff were friendly. Only disappointment was that you had to pay to play table tennis..used to there being several tables dotted around a campsite but here there was one..and you had to pay to use it. It came free if you bought a samcard which entitled you to various free activities through the week but buying 4 samcards for the family would have been quite a large expense so we didn't bother. I would go back here as it is a lovely part of italy and you can visit venice easily by catching a boat from punta sabbioni - about an hour's drive down the coast. Carolyn from Stafford (31 May 2014)
We had a relaxing holiday. There were really good restaurants staffed by lovely people . the children enjoyed the variety of swimming pools on offer . Fiona from Ilford (31 May 2014)
We had a great holiday with ideal accommodation on a lovely parc. towards the end of our holiday our return flights were cancelled due to a strike at the airport, but we had booked our flights through eurocamp and were notified of the strike in advance by eurocamp's customer services (ruth - who was excellent) and eurocamp found us alternative flights 2 days later and alternative eurocamp accommodation on the same parc. eurocamp have also offered to claim back the cost of the 2 days accommodation and our living costs from easyjet on our behalf. ruth and the eurocamp staff on site couldn't have been more helpful. thanks for another great holiday eurocamp. David from Cambridge (30 May 2014)
We all had a brilliant time the only the only concern we had was that the coffee maker cracked spilling hot water onto my legs apart from that it was good and we would go back again Lesley from Rochdale (24 May 2014)
The accommodation was spotless and the couriers and team leader were friendly and helpful. Jemma (29 April 2014)
Good value for money David from Saalbach (25 September 2013)
It was a wonderful holiday.the accommodation was perfect and even the campsite.ihave been using eurocamp since 2001. John from Zejtun (13 September 2013)
Our second time at this park. wonderful atmosphere, plenty for our teenage children to do and right by a lovely beach. Laura (21 August 2013)
A relaxing,fun filled holiday Denise from London (20 August 2013)
One of the better eurocamp parcs I have been to, with variety of pools ( but not enough poolside beds) and easy access to the beach. You have to pay extra for the best pool with the slides (information which I hadn't picked up from the brochure). supermarket is well stocked, and internet is available. On-parc restaurants not great with indifferent food, so worth going into caorle. But this parc offers an easy trip to venice, and is in a great location. John from Sunbury On Thames (17 August 2013)
Not a holiday I would recommend or do again.. Keith from Birmingham (05 August 2013)
Lovely campsite. Very clean. Great beach and pools. Gina (30 Jul 2013)
Well located, clean and tidy, keep it up! Phillip from Rugby (25 Jul 2013)
The kids had a ball in the swimming pools and there was easy access to the beach - the courier did not provide us with any information about the campsite or the resort. Debbie from Belfast (17 Jul 2013)
Could not find the check-in time on the website anywhere Julie (14 Jul 2013)
Comprehensive and well organised parc, with all amenities and facilities. eurocamp facilities are good, but the configuration of the mobile home spaces is poor. Donald from Bourne (22 Jun 2013)
Brochure stated 2km to caorle, actual distance 8km plus a ferry. Didn't book a car as distance stated wasn't too far to walk, if we had known we would have booked a car and taken driving license. No trips to venice from the camp until june, we were there end of may so were unable to visit venice which was the main purpose for our family holiday - most disappointed Customer 47 from Keighley (02 Jun 2013)
From arrival to departure we were looked after by our friendly and helpful couriers very attentively. the chalet was spotless which is a big plus. the parc was lovely. Den from Redditch (13 May 2013)