Camping Free Beach

Description of the facility

Idyllically set just in the heart of the splendid Tombolo pine forest in Marina di Bibbona, Camping Free Beach is situated a very short distance from some exceptionally beautiful cities, such as Pisa, Florence, San Gimignano, Volterra, Siena and Populonia, and Elba Island. Furthermore, it develops just 350 metres far from the beguiling sea of the popular Etruscan Coast. Camping Free Beach gathers well-equipped grass/gravel pitches for caravans and tents that are all provided with electrical hook-up and shared water supply. Those interested in experiencing a closer touch with nature while staying comfortable will have the possibility to book our bungalows. They can accommodate four to six people and are all provided with private bathroom with shower box, outer veranda and well-equipped cooking area.
For an uncompromised, freedom and comfort-filled holiday the camping offers the brand new Lux mobilhomes able to host up 4/5/6 guests. These accommodations, designed with an eye to decor and the creation of functional environments, are equipped with air conditioning and feature a master bedroom, a room with single beds, a living room with kitchenette with cooking tools and dishware, microwave, fridge with freezer, tv, one or two bathrooms with shower, a furnished veranda with loungers, table and chairs.
2016 news: the camping also provides an equipped private beach lying 350 meters from the camping and reachable on foot that features family-friendly services.
Our campsite in Marina di Bibbona also gathers modern facilities and equipment for both adults and children. It includes two fishing lakes, two swimming pools, five-a-side football pitch and volleyball court. In summer, it is livened up by skilled entertainers. The reception gives guests the possibility to book amazing day trips.
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