Savignano Irpino

The Staging Area

The facility was built according to the most modern standards of accommodation and safety. It consists of 12 stalls, each equipped with appropriate water and electricity connections, water drainage, barbeque stations and paved shaded areas. In addition, the facility is equipped with restrooms and showers accessible to the disabled, camper service area with general sewage discharge and automatic camper washing system, green areas and connecting paths. It is located in a strategic geographical position on the border between the provinces of Avellino, Benevento and Foggia.

The RV parking area has non-automatic access barriers, so reservations are required to access it.

The services offered by the Camper Area can also be supplemented by those already activated by the Savignano Irpino SIAT (Tourist Information and Reception Desk), such as guided tours inside the village, handmade pasta workshops, tastings of local products and visits to farms.


Via della Repubblica, 8303030 Savignano Irpino (AV)


41.225881050623215, 15.176833773859196


Tel: +390825-867009

All Services

Accesso a pagamento

Paid admission

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty Cassette Service

WC (1)

Toilet Facilities

Docce Calde



Illuminated Area

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Input

Area Barbeque

Barbeque Area

Fondo pavimentato

Paved Bottom

Diversamente Abili

Services for the Disabled

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Savignano Irpino, a small town in the province of Avellino, located on the border with Puglia, lies between the green hills of Tombola and Calvario, dominating the Cervaro Valley.

A town rich in history, art and traditions, where leisure and relaxation coexist, thanks to quiet walks in the historic center, to admire architectural beauty, and pleasant hikes in pure and silent nature. For its historical and natural beauty, it is included in the circuit of “The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy” and has obtained the recognition of “Sustainable Country.”

The medieval village of Savignano Irpino develops between the Mother Church of St. Nicholas and St. Anne – erected on a sacred building from medieval times, and equipped with a bell tower that arose as a watchtower – and the Guevara Castle, a building of Norman origin named after the Spanish family that ruled these lands for a long time.

Other places of worship of special interest are the Church of Purgatory – dating back to the 19th century, with a bell tower whose clock strikes the Savignano hours – and the Church of Our Lady of Grace, also known as the “Church of the People,” because it was local farmers who wanted it built.

Among the civil buildings of particular interest is Palazzo Orsini, built in 1727 at the behest of Pope Benedict XIII, and designed as a place of welcome for pilgrims passing through the area. Currently the seat of City Hall.

The symbol of the town is, without a doubt, the Angelica Fountain, called by the Savignanesi “Fountain of the Ducks” because of the presence of three cast-iron ducks from whose beaks the cool waters of the Monte Sant’Angelo springs gush forth.

In addition, Savignano is equipped with remarkable sports facilities and equipment: a municipal swimming pool, a soccer field, a five-a-side soccer field, and even tennis courts and a bowling alley.

There are numerous gastronomic delicacies, processed by hand: Ravece DOP oil, dairy products, cured meats, honey and handmade pasta(orecchiette and cicatelli), which has always been an art and tradition.

During the summer months, it is possible to participate in various cultural, religious and gastronomic events, such as “SavignanEstate,” an appointment that during the month of August, for about forty years now, has seen the organization of numerous events, manifestations and concerts, thanks to the collaboration between the Municipal Administration and the Associations of the area.

In the first decade of August, moreover, Savignano hosts the annual “Sagra delle orecchiette” with pasta that, as per tradition, is strictly made by the skilful hands of the town’s women. This-which since 1977 has constituted a historic event that attracts hundreds of devotees even from neighboring provinces-has been joined for the past few years by the “Sagra dei cicatielli e fagiolini,” another typical Savignano dish.

On July 25, 26 and 27, the “Feast of the Patron Saint Anna” is celebrated with a rich program of religious and civil festivities.

Also important is the “Savignanese Carnival” with the traditional parade of floats, masks and musical and dance performances.


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Useful Links

Municipality of Savignano Irpino

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

SIAT -Tourist Information and Reception Desk

The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy

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