The Staging Area

Parking area with about 80 RV spots, including 20 with possibility of electricity connection with coin payment, managed by “Camper Club Gubbio.” Partially shaded, with gravel bottom and paved lanes.

Loading and unloading without any limitation;

Electricity supply has the cost of €0.50 per hour.

The rest area is 300 meters from the Roman theater, 850 meters from the center and 50 meters from the City Service shuttle bus stop (tel. 3394028333, to the center at €1/person).

City bus lines at Leonardo da Vinci Street corner with Bottagnone Street.

Annual Opening


Via del Bottagnone, 29 – 06024 Gubbio (Perugia)


43° 21′ 4″ N

12° 33′ 54″ E


Tel: +393391645860


All Services

Accesso a pagamento

Paid admission

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection 0,50€/h

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service

Fondo Ghiaia

Gravelly Bottom

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt Bottom


Illuminated Area


Video Surveillance Area

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

Mezzi pubblici

City bus lines on Leonardo da Vinci Street corner with Bottagnone Street

Bus navetta

Paid Shuttle Service

More Info

Gubbio is among the oldest cities in Umbria, wonderfully preserved over the centuries and rich in monuments that testify to its glorious past.

Evidence of its ancient origins are the Eugubine Tables and the Roman Theater located just outside the walls. Dominating from above is the monumental Basilica of St. Ubaldo, custodian of the remains of the patron saint. It dates back to the early 14th century, the construction of the urban complex of the Palazzo dei Consoli, the symbol of the city and a museum site, the hanging square (Piazza Grande) and the Praetorian Palace, now the seat of the City Hall. Also noteworthy are Palazzo Beni, Palazzo del Bargello with its famous fountain known as “dei Matti,” and Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo. Also of interest are the Cathedral (12th century), dedicated to Saints Marian and James, Santa Maria Nuova, St. Augustine’s Church (13th century) just outside the walls, St. Peter’s, and St. Andrew’s Church or St. Martial Monastery. In the lower part of the settlement is Piazza Quaranta Martiri, in the Middle Ages a market area, which houses the Church of St. Francis on its southern side.

In the Piazza Grande on May 15 each year there is “The Raising of the Ceri,” which together with the episode of St. Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio, is the event that has made this town world famous. Still in the square, on the last Sunday in May, the “Palio della balestra” is contested between the cities of Gubbio and Sansepolcro, with the festive presence of the Flag-wavers.


Mount Cucco Park


City of Castello

Useful Links

Municipality of Gubbio

Associated Tourist Service

Tour Guide

Camper Club Gubbio

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