The Camping Piccolo Paradiso is the ideal place to spend your family holidays.
Surrounded by trees, the river Maggia, your children will return to play with the elements of nature.
A playground, a small pool for the children, a beach and many trees are what a child wants to have during holidays. During the weeks of summer, our monitors will take care of you and your children, with entertainment and games.
The car traffic in the camp during the summer is limited, ensuring safety and peace to parents and children.
Our restaurant self-service serves pizzas and other dishes suitable for children.
Nevertheless, note that kids under 6 years stay for free.
Kids facilities in the Region are easily accessible and only a few kilometers away from our campsite.
Locarno - Magadino
Isole di Brissago
Perfect to cool off in its fresh waters during the summer, the river is a popular area to laid back during the hot summer. Following the waterways of the Vallemaggia, between the rocks smoothed by water, you can find a myriad of magnificent wells in different shades of blue and some beaches of fine sand.
In the village of Avegno the Maggia river flows rather slowly and offers visitors beautiful beaches consist of fine sand, enriched with natural wells caved into the rock.
For those who love the fresh air and the sport bike we now have a map with a route from Locarno to our campsite.
The Vallemaggia offers a multitude of climbing walls. Around the campsite there are two of the most popular, Torbeccio and Pontebrolla.
Torbeccio is just 15 minutes walk away from the campsite, there are different degrees of difficulty and height of the rocks, for more and less experienced. In Avegno there is also the possibility to practice Boulder, near Terre di Fuori only 10 minutes walk from the campsite.
In Pontebrolla you can experience the climbing of granite, with a maximum degree of 5c + for a total of 380 meters. For the descent you can enjoy a beautiful trail in the woods of the Vallemaggia.
At the reception of the campsite you can buy "Plaisir SUD" and climbing guide "Ticino and Moesano".