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Camping Village Ripari di Giobbe
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Open from May to Sep
Far from roads and railways, it has direct access to the white pebble beach below.
Renovated in recent years, it is ideal for a peaceful and intimate holiday , surrounded by uncontaminated nature. Dogs allowed in low season, even on the beach
8m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Lovely small site. Narrow access road but fine with our 7.8m moho. May be tricky in high season and on sundays even in sept as beach is a free beach and when car park is full, cars park alongside the road. Steep slope to walk down to beach but concrete, then steps. Facilities clean. Didnt use as during Covid. 1 washing machine €3.50 a load. Many pitches sea view. Gate at bottom of site allows access to path to Ortona. First 100 m very rough and steep in parts then joins a tarmacced cycle way. Many folk cycled but our electric bikes are too heavy to push up hills and the rough part is quite steep. Lovely pool but costs per entry€6ppView all reviews by hugsi
Not ACSI but€20 for two adults and a dog inc ehu
Wow this place is Fantastico excellent size pitches with views to die for. Small road in but plenty of passing points and very quiet. Excellent bar and resteraunt with a superb pebbley beach. Facilities basic but very clean and only 17 euro a night for motorhome and 2 people. This is a must wether travelling north or south on the east coast of italy.View all reviews by NigeljSpencer
Hoghly recomended ????????
This site was great find, but the approach road is very narrow - we're 7.5 meters long. The reception was closed so we parked on a free pitch and went down to the bar to let them know we were there (didn't spot the signs to ring when reception was closed!). The view from the pitches on the front of this site are breathtaking (my own opinion and I'll upload photo's when I can). You don't close the front screen when you have a spectacular sunset and sun rise like this! There is a bar and restaurant (tried the bar only) and the food I saw being served looked very good, private shingle beach but it's well worth a paddle. The site is very remote but if you want to chill out for a couple of days I'd recommend this one. They lost our ACSI card when we went to check out, but offered us to stay for free until it was found and gave every assistance to get hold of ACSI to find out how to get an emergency replacement (ACSI didn't open until 1pm to call). It was found eventually, but they still gave us free breakfast, coffee and tea even though they didn't really need to as we were already ready to go. Shower and toilets are in port-a-cabin type and there are washing up sinks all over the site, no shop as far as I could see so make sure you have your own provisions too. They are also doing a lot of improvement works too.View all reviews by janeykins22