Campsite Regulations

good camper etiquette

The Camping Management, in welcoming you, reminds you that entering the campsite implies acceptance and full observance of the following regulations, in order to guarantee everyone a peaceful and pleasant stay. Entering the campsite therefore constitutes your full acceptance.

From departure to arrival, when camping, mutual respect and a friendly attitude are essential for peaceful coexistence with one's travel companions and neighbours. We therefore provide you with a brief camping etiquette with the most important rules to follow on arrival, departure and during your stay in order to spend your holiday in peace.

Each camper must register upon arrival, presenting personal documents such as an identity card or a passport. Between 22.00 and 08.00 no arrivals or departures are possible. In high season arrivals are only possible from 15.00 to 22.00. In low season arrivals are possible from 11.00 to 22.00. Payment is made upon check-in.

The pitch must be vacated at 11.00 on the day of departure.

Minors are accepted only if accompanied by a parental authority or a teacher.

Motor vehicles are to be used for arrival and departure only. Vehicles must be parked outside the campsite. Between 12.00 and 14.00 as between 22.00 and 08.00 all traffic is forbidden on the camping area.

It is forbidden to camp without a tent, camper, camper or caravan to sleep in.

Between 23.00 and 08.00 there is absolute silence over the entire camping area.

Dogs must always be kept on a short leash, even when near the tent.

Fire is only allowed in grills.

The use of the slackline on the entire campsite is prohibited.

Noise is not allowed. Televisions and radios are allowed, but only with the volume low.

It is forbidden to dig holes, plant nails in trees or damage the flowers, plants and personal belongings of the campsite.

The management can adopt measures to ensure compliance with the law and order and cleanliness, it can sue for damages in the event of non-compliance with local regulations. The night watchman has the right to notify the management of any night noise coming from the campsite.
The violation of the provisions of the regulation gives the right to the immediate expulsion of the guests of the campsite and the other users.