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- Across the Porta Marina Inferiore on the Pompei archaeological site
- Two kilometres from the nearest beach of the Amalfi coast
- Traditional Neapolitan food and pizzas served on site
Proximity to Pompei, close to the coast and with topping pizza on site: we reckon we could pitch up at Napoli's Camping Fortuna Village for quite some time.
Pompei first: the campsite is set directly across the Porta Marina Inferiore on the Pompei archaeological site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Italy's most visited attractions.
Coast: Camping Fortuna Village is in the centre of Italy's utterly gorge Amalfi coast and well-marked hiking trails, and the nearest beach is only a couple of kilometres away.
And now the pizza: the Fortuna Village restaurant dishes up trad food from a Neapolitan menu and pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven to ensure soft dough and crispy crusts – we imagine that if anyone can do pizza well, it's the Italians...
Camping Fortuna Village is a family-run campsite and has modern facilities, hot water and free hot showers.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Coming from the north
On the A3 (E45) to Salerno and come off at Pompei Ovest. Turn left onto Via Plinio (SS18) and continue for approximately 150m. The site is located on your right.
Coming from the south
On the A3 (E45) to Naples, take exit signposted Pompei. Turn right and at the following junction turn left onto via Plinio (SS18). Continue for approximately 150m until you'll find the site on your right.
Take the Naples-Salerno line and alight at Pompei. The site is 1km from the station (follow signs to Porta Marina Inferiore), you can either walk or hop on a bus and alight at via Plinio.
Take the Napoli - Sorrento line and alight at Villa dei Misteri. The campsite is located a 15-minute walk away.
Napoli Capodichino Airport is the closest airport. From here take the bus to Naples train station and continue your journey by train. Alternatively hire a car and follow directions as indicated above.
Pompei, the beaches and the hikes of the Amalfi coast should keep one busy for a week or so... we do hope you've booked for two...? Have a hike up Mount Vesuvius too (fret not, it's fairly safe these days), and dig into the other local archaeological site in the area, Ercolano.
Many day trips are around Camping Fortuna Village too, like a wander around the small alleys and historic square of coastal town Sorrento or taking a ferry to Capri from Naples, Sorrento or Positano.
The tourist city of Salerno is worth a look for its cathedral, medieval district and archaeology museum, and a walk along the 3km promenade of the Lungomare is where to make a pitstop for some proper Italian espresso.
And if you're in this area you have to go to Naples, the ancient city with the biggest centre in Europe (this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site too), medieval, Renaissance and baroque architecture, historic castles and many museums.