Ponte di Legno (Brescia)

A picturesque tourist resort in Val Camonica, Ponte di Legno welcomes campers with an equipped area of 36 paved pitches on flat terrain.
The area is under video surveillance, fenced and the access of campers and caravans is regulated by the barrier at the entrance.
Equipped with a picnic area, barbecue and play area for children, the parking area for campers is connected to the town by a shuttle service active in the high season.
Parking is allowed for a maximum of 72 hours.
Annual opening.

Capo di Ponte (Brescia)

Equipped area at the entrance to a park with 12 pitches on an asphalted surface. Annual opening.

Ossimo (Brescia)

Municipal equipped area for a fee with 10 parking spaces for campers, with electricity connection and camper service. Always open. In the months of July and August and from 15 December to 10 January cost: 8 euros, 7 euros in the remaining periods. Camper service only 2 euros. The fee is collected from the adjacent shop.

Bagolino (Brescia)

Relax Area 1, 450 meters from Ponte Caffaro, facing Lake Idro, 10 delimited pitches, flat and gravel, unshaded, public lighting, electricity connection and camper service (single rate, all included).

Costa Volpino (Bergamo)

The rest area directly overlooks Lake Iseo and a small marina. The pitches, about 40 locations, are very numerous and ample just the right amount, all with the possibility of electrical connection.

Como (Como)

Camper area near the football field and the entrance to the Swiss motorway. Access with bar; parking, energy and water loading, unloading, for a fee according to consumption.

Gavirate (Varese)

Arranged along the shore of Lake Varese, it is a town with very ancient origins, whose past is still little known. Its peculiarities are that it has four independent towns: Armino, Pozzolo, Fignano and Gavirate, as well as a market, whose origin dates back to 1539, which as per tradition continues to be held on Fridays. In addition to the lake, which in summer is a very popular destination, the town has some monuments of great interest: the parish church of San Giovanni Battista, the cloister of Voltorre, a small hamlet of the capital, dating back to between 1100 and 1150, Villa De Ambrosis and the Morselli Park, from whose highest part it is possible to enjoy a magnificent view of the lake, the Piedmontese mountains and the Varese pre-Alps.

Bergamo (Bergamo)

Municipal camper area Città dei Mille, managed by the SmileCoop social cooperative. 50 pitches, grassblock ground, fenced and under video surveillance. Bus stops for the center a few meters away. Motorhome opening hours from 8.00 to 20.00 from Monday to Sunday, with the possibility of access before or after the indicated time after telephone contact. Annual opening.

Monzambano (Mantua)

The Monzambano rest area is located inside a park with a small lake inhabited by geese and ducks. The Monzambano rest area extends over two levels. One, the upper one has 28 pitches on gravel, all numbered and delimited only by signs at the level of the pavement. On the lower level, on the other hand, which can be accessed along a short path that runs close to another exclusively pedestrian path, we find the “Oasis” area, surrounded by the greenery of the park and also with a small lake. Here the further 102 pitches, however always numbered, are divided from each other by fences and are located on grassy ground.

Curtatone (Mantua)

Municipal area, very shady, managed by the Camper Solidale Mantova association, is equipped with 100 pitches with the possibility of electricity and water connections, camper service, centralized toilets and showers, sinks for dishes, children’s playground.
Reception from 8:00 to 22:00 every day.
The area is located 300 meters from the Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine delle Grazie and from the lake, in the heart of the Mincio Park. Bus stop close to the area. Possibility of excursions by bike, canoe, and boat rental for visits to the Mincio valleys.
Closed during the Antica Fiera di Grazie from 10-8 to 20-8 each year, with the national competition of “madonnari” (chalk artists who reproduce sacred images in the churchyard).

San Benedetto Po (Mantua)

Area with 8 stalls for campers created in a large car park, on asphalt, next to a public park. Always open.


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