The Staging Area

Municipal area with 7 marked spots and parking meter: camper parking 8€ for 24 hours including electricity and 2€ for loading/unloading.

350 m from the historic center, paved and video guarded, slightly sloping, not shaded.

Loading fountain with 1/2 inch connection, sump drain (gray water only), electricity. Situated on a panoramic terrace overlooking the village of Vitorchiano, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy…

Open year-round.


Piazzale Padre Ettore Salimbeni (Strada Teverina 23) – 01030 Vitochiano (Viterbo)


N 42.471640, AND 12.1772110


Tel: +39076137371

All Services

Accesso convenzionato

Paid admission

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Camper Service semplice

Camper Service 2€

Fondo asfaltato

Asphalt Bottom


Illuminated Area


Video Surveillance Area

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

More Info

The village is set on large peperino boulders and is protected to the south by walls interspersed with towers still all crowned with battlements, to the east, west, and north by deep, wide ravines.

It is a predominantly hilly area rich in hazelnut groves, vineyards and olive groves. There is no shortage of oak forests and numerous cozy chestnut groves.

Within the castle walls it retains typical medieval architecture with characteristic houses, towers, narrow streets, small squares, and external stairways.

The village and its color are so distinctive that Mario Monicelli, the great director of unforgettable films, chose it to shoot scenes from “L’armata Brancaleone,” a 1966 film.

Few people know that Vitorchiano is home to the only Moai-the Easter Island sculptures-existing outside the Island.

Not to be missed are the traditional festivals that enliven the village, such as the Peperino in Fiore, in early June, which colors streets and houses with flowers, lively and beloved, and the Cavatello, in August, a triumph of water-and-flour pasta with fennel sauce.


Sacred Wood of Bomarzo

Five Senses Park

Trappist Monastery

Nature Reserve of Monte Casoli - Bomarzo

Useful Links

Municipality of Vitorchiano

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy

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