At Villaggio Camping Mimosa in Nicotera Marina (Vibo Valentia) camping costs as little as €17,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 50 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-01-2018 - 14-07-2018 and 01-09-2018 - 31-12-2018. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Right by the sea with a long beach of white sand. An oasis of peace surrounded by a lovely pine forest. Market, pizzeria, bar-restaurant, swimming pool. Excursions directly from Tropea (15/3-15/10) to the Aeolian Islands.
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Very well-appointed campsite with a wonderful location at an affordable price. Huge beach with fine sand. Unforgettable sunsets over the sea. But the best here is the staff. The responsive owner knows even Bulgarian and with his wife well-guided business. Good cuisine, within an hour, performs the most capricious orders. We strongly recommend this campsite, we will also be delighted to visit it.
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Stayed here for one night on the way to Sicily. The approach road passes through rather desolate citrus plantations, and the campsite when you get there is a gorgeous oasis of calm and floral beauty, with a warm welcome. The pitches are small but accessible, and the sanitary facilities clean and tidy. We were fortunate to get our own washroom with a key. Nice on site restaurant. Good pool and direct access to a sandy beach.
Used site for exiting Sicily but in the end stayed 2 nights because it was so peaceful and site was tidy/well kept with free wifi and washing machines. Owner was most helpful and although pool hadn't opened, beach was close and most welcome. Private showers and loo along with electricity and grass pitch made it a very pleasant stay.
Nicely laid out campsite with sand pitches. You get a private bathroom which if a couple or more means you have to wait instead of all getting ready if cubicles! Hot water showers. Wifi included but iPhones can struggle occasionally. No toilet paper or hand wash included. Nice bar and meals good for price. It's down a potholed driveway with not much around it. Nice clean beech with sun loungers provided. Good for stop over to/from Sicily
Campsite beach was nice however beach to either side was extremely dirty. Nice pool but sun beds were all broken and dirty, private bathrooms were ok but shower tended to flood the room
Lovely swimming pool. Beautiful sandy beach. Private bathrooms, pretty campsite and very good for onward journey to Sicily
Lovely small friendly family run site on a sandy bay. Great restaurant serving simple freshly cooked food, including local fish. Sanitary facilities good. Shower cubicles open to the sky with ample hot water. Toilets and basins indoors. There are parasols and sunbeds for guests to use free of charge on the beautifully clean beach in front of the site, although sadly debris litters the beach further along, which seems the norm in much of Italy where there is no concession. There was another site adjacent but this was closed when we visited in early June. Sunsets are out to sea over Stromboli and fabulous! Free wifi for one device per pitch. Bread can be ordered daily. The nearest town, Rosarno, reminded us of our travels in southern Spain many years ago; scruffy, colourful and full of character! We liked it and would revisit the area and site.
Very good position next to own beach with fantastic sunsets. Local town is a bit of a let down - generally run down with really only one reasonable supermarket. Access to site bit daunting as very narrow and no where to pass other vehicles or units. Very good for stopover to or from Sicily.
A useful stopover on the way to Sicily. Sadly, the campsite was almost deserted, the restaurant closed and the WiFi (near reception only) barely working. Hard to believe the praise in earlier reviews! We were allocated a private WC/shower but the water was lukewarm and a grimy plastic curtain hardly separated shower from toilet bowl. To access the site you now have to drive through busy Rosarno rather than taking the ACSI Card book's route via San Ferdinando Porto, due to road closure because of the collapse of a bridge. We shall not be returning!
Nous avons passé un excellent séjour dans ce camping, accueil très sympa en français, rien que du bon, piscine, toilettes privées, mer chaude, vue sur le Stromboli et ses éruptions.
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2018 till 31-12-2018
- 3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
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Villaggio Camping Mimosa
89844 / Marina di Nicotera
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A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria, exit Rosarno direction San Ferdinando Porto. Follow camping signs on the Strada Communale S.Ferdinando-Nicotera. Another ±7 km.
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