Embrace The Outdoor Life Near Rome

    Rome is brimming with high-end hotels, cute B&Bs, unique motels, and thrifty hostels. But if you like spending time communing with nature no matter what country you are in, check out some campsites near Rome.

    You can find campsites where you can pitch a tent or pull a motorhome in. For a relaxing time after exploring the busyness of Rome. You can rent a tent or an RV or even a small cabin for glamping.

    Spend your early mornings listening to the birds and breathing in the fresh air. Then head into Rome for a hectic day of sightseeing. After you have tired of the crowds in Rome, make your way back to your campsite for a relaxing evening under the stars. 

    Remember, most campsites are not completely secure. It’s best to stow your luggage at a Rome luggage storage facility before exploring the city. Keep your belongings safe while you are living it up in Rome. 

    Check out these campgrounds near enough to Rome to still enjoy the bustle of the city. But far enough away for quiet moonlit nights.

    Seven Hills Village

    Located just over a mile from the La Giustiniana train station and only about seven and a half miles from the city center of Rome. The Seven Hills Village is inside the Veio Regional Park. 

    Spend the evening around the pool enjoying a drink and dancing under the stars. Bring your tent, pull in your motorhome, or rent a bungalow at this campground. So you can be close enough to Rome to still spend time exploring this ancient city. 

    There are conveniences like an on-site pizzeria and a supermarket where you can grab some camping essentials. There are also three restaurants within walking distance of the campground. Use the free Wi-Fi to plan your day in Rome before heading out. 

    Camping Marina di Roma

    Just steps from a fantastic beach and about 19 miles from Rome. This campground is an idyllic place to rest while you are visiting Italy. Take an afternoon off from sightseeing in the city and relax on the sandy beach, soaking up the sun.

    Camping Marina di Roma is surrounded by amazing acacia trees and leafy elms. Sit in the shade and enjoy a drink or spend time on the basketball court or football field. Grab a pizza at the local pizzeria or sit at the bar and hang out with other campers. 

    With 140 different campsites, or pitches, for campers, tents, and RVs, this hopping campground is a fun place to stay when exploring in and around Rome, including Ostia Antica and Pompeii. 

    Girl with hands in the air in front of lots of tents

    Fabulous Village

    This large campground has plenty of shade from the pine trees scattered throughout the 74 acres that make up the Fabulous Village. It is only a short distance to Rome’s city center and six miles to the sea and beautiful beaches. 

    The ruins of Pompeii are only about five miles from the campground so you can easily explore Rome, Ostia, and Pompeii and still come back to relax at this campground. Tours to Rome, Naples, and Pompeii are arranged at the Fabulous Village. 

    The campground boasts a pizzeria, restaurant, bar, ice shop, mini-mart, washers and dryers, and information center. While you are staying here, you can enjoy beach volleyball, swim a few laps in the pool, or play a game of mini-golf. 

    Camping Villa Roma

    Book your spot at the Camping Village Roma, just outside of Rome for a great experience. Only about 15 minutes to Vatican City, this is one of the closest campgrounds to Rome without being inside the city. 

    If tent camping is not your thing and you do not want to rent an RV, check out the cottages and bungalows available, complete with air-conditioning and plumbing. While here, visit the poolside bar named Ciao Bella. 

    The campground offers a currency exchange point, swimming pool, supermarket, and laundry room. You can also use the free Wi-Fi that is available in the public areas. 

    Family Park I Pini

    Bring the family and enjoy outdoor camping near Rome at the Family Park I Pini. Sit around a roaring campfire and enjoy views of the Tiber Valley. Lean back, soak up the moonlight and relax after a day of sightseeing. 

    Pitch your tent or rent a bungalow or chalet for a weekend of glamping. Enjoy eating at the on-site restaurant where authentic Roman dishes are served. Slip into your swimsuit and take a few laps in the pool or play a game of basketball or volleyball. 

    Happy Village and Camping Roma

    Surround yourself with nature and breathe in the fresh air just outside of Rome. Wake up and watch the beautiful sunrise or get back to the campground in time to enjoy the vibrant sunset. 

    Bring a tent and rough it for a weekend or rent a bungalow for a week of glamping. Bungalows are fully furnished and have air conditioning, a mini-bar, and satellite television. The Happy Village and Camping Roma is a great place to check out. 

    Play a game of tennis, take a dip in the pool, grab some essentials at the mini-mart, or play a round of golf. Try a fragrant café latte at the café, enjoy breakfast at the restaurant, and try an authentic slice of pizza at the pizzeria. 

    Aurelia Club

    Located in the Castel di Guido Park, the Aurelia Club offers amazing amenities and is the perfect place to relax after spending the day sightseeing and fighting the crowds in Rome. 

    Set among towering pines, amazing olive trees, and fragrant fruit trees, your campsite will have picturesque views of the hills and valleys that surround it. Stroll through Castel di Guido Park and marvel at the beautiful sunrise while sipping your coffee.

    Head into Rome to explore more of the city and once you tire of Rome, you can easily spend time in Tarquinia and Cerveteri, ancient Etruscan cities. Camping is available year-round and has plenty of sites for campers and tents. 

    Cozy bungalows and mobile homes are available for those who do not want to rough it. Check out Al Ventesimo Restaurant and Pizzeria along with the adjoining bar while here. 

    Relax and spend time in the great outdoors when you are not fighting the crowds at the various attractions in Rome. Many of the campgrounds are situated where you can visit Rome as well as other great cities and archaeological sites throughout the countryside.


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