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- Well laid-out site near Lake Garda and hiking and biking trails
- Lots of local climbing spots and a short drive to a ski resort
- Highly scenic outdoor pool, as well as watersports and fishing
Lush and lovely Lake Garda is your smashing site setting here: clambering sorts, scene seekers and keen amblers will be most pleased with the locale, as its surrounds are highly spectacular and it’s within easy reach of lots of outdoorsy activities for all the above and more.
Camping Daino’s friendly and multilingual team is always on hand to impart you with local wisdom, helping you organise your days of sightseeing and activity doing to make the very most of your hols here.
A few of the tips they’ll readily dish out are that you’re a mere 10-minute walk from the Che Guevara Via Ferrata climbing route, which begins at the carpark of a quarry over in the local town of Pietramurata; that you’re a short drive from Arco and several other spots to clamber at; and that the lakes of Cavedine, Garda, Ledro and Molveno are all within easy reach too, for watersports like windsurfing and sailing, and biking and hiking adventures around their perimeters.
As you'd expect with a spot as utterly eccellente as this, the mountain views on site are truly tiptop too. As are the facilities, which comprise a heated outdoor pool with a view, bike hire (handy for exploring all those lovely local cycle routes) and a communal room with a TV, a prep kitchen and a fridge in which to store your foodie supplies. Also splendidly, you can get stuck into watersports and fishing right from the site too.
Camping Daino is a compact, well laid-out and peaceful place, with lots of shaded spots around to loll around in on hot days; your super amenable friendly hosts Luigi and Angela tend to the site’s grounds and its facilities oft, so it’s no wonder that lots of guests make return visits year after year.
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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
Tourer storage facilities
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Lake and/or mountain
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
Surf school nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
If you’re a sporty sort who’s fond of a clamber, then you’re very well set for a number of good climbing spots around the Piccole Dolomiti area near the northern end of Lake Garda: the closest Via Ferrata route begins at the quarry in nearby, which has climbers scrambling up a big wall to the flat, grass-topped peak of Casale for smashing views toward the peaks that surround.
More sporting options are a cinch around here too, as the lush lakes of Cavedine, Garda, Ledro and Molveno are within easy reach for watersports like windsurfing and sailing, as well as heaps of hiking and cycling trails around them and the wooded slopes they lie among: in fact, more than 500 kilometres’ worth of mountain biking trails lie around the locale.
Around 35 minutes’ drive away are the pistes of Vaneze, which are set 1,300 metres above sea level and five kilometres from Trento. It’s a small and friendly family resort comprising 21 kilometres of Alpine ski slopes and 35 of Nordic pistes, and when you triumphantly reach the summit you’ll be rewarded most handsomely with 360-degree views of the surrounding peaks before you ski speedily off down blue, red and black runs. Also splendidly, for more seasoned skiers the off-piste forest terrain here takes you down some utterly spectacular descents, and there’s a top-notch Olympic half-pipe for freestylers, as well as snowshoeing, ice skating, curling and sledging should you wish to take things decidedly down a notch.