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Italy by motorhome: mini guide to places to travel and spend the night

By: Motorhome Areas - Published: April 19, 2024

If you have still decided on your vacation plan, don't worry, we have the perfect trip for you: italy by motorhome. Indeed, in this article, we offer you a mini guide focused on three of the most surprising regions of the country where you can camp with your motorhome while enjoying the best of Italian culture. Here we go!

Route 1 – Verona

Verona is known worldwide for being the city where the lovers' tragedy takes place. Romeo and Juliet. But, beyond the fiction of William Shakespeare, the city offers visitors a unique and typically Italian beauty. Surrounded by a meander of the Adige River, Verona is located in the north of the country, within the region known as Veneto. Italy by motorhome: mini guide to places to travel and spend the night

A visit to the city is a must for history lovers, as it offers many stops where you can enjoy the architecture of bygone eras, among them we highlight:

  • The Roman Amphitheater: also known as the sand, is one of the best preserved in Italy and dates back to the year 30 AD.
  • The Castelvecchio: a medieval castle from the year 1354 characterized by its reddish brick and its proximity to the bridge that bears its name.
  • Basilica of San Zeno: Romanesque church from the 5th century and the most important religious point in the city. According to Shakespeare's play, it was the place where Romeo and Juliet were secretly married.


Where to camp with your motorhome near Verona?

At the exit of the city, about 30 minutes by car on the A22/E45 road you can find our motorhome resting point. Near Lake Garda, our facilities have a swimming pool, toilet area and restaurant.

Route 2 – Parma

We continue north to continue with another possible route to explore Italy by motorhome, the city of Parma. The former capital of the well-known Duchy of Parma, it is characterized by its medieval architecture and its forest area surrounding the city. Also known for its Parmigiano, or cheese, and its prosciutto, or ham, it is a city with a large number of palaces and churches that you will not tire of seeing.

  • The Doge's Palace: Although it can only be seen from the outside, the exteriors of the Doge's Palace make it worth a visit.
  • The Church of San Giovanni Evangelista: with frescoes by the Correggio painters in the dome and other areas of the building.
  • The Parma Baptistery: Located in Piazza del Duomo is this pink Verona marble baptistery.

Where to camp with your motorhome near Parma?

Just over 30 minutes away, you can find our area rv near the city of Parma. We offer you a place surrounded by nature and rest so you can enjoy your trip with friends or family.


Route 3 – Otranto

On this occasion, we travel to the south of the country to offer you the last of the routes with which to travel through Italy by motorhome. Otranto is a coastal city located on the canal that bears its name and connects the Adriatic and Ionian seas. It is an enclave that offers dreamlike views, with crystal-clear waters and purely Mediterranean buildings. Italy by motorhome: mini guide to places to travel and spend the night

Without a doubt, the city once again offers a large number of churches, piazzas and dream corners, but you cannot leave Otranto without visiting one of its beaches:

  • Playa de Alimini: Large and extensive with white sand and crystal clear waters, this beach is a traveler's delight.
  • Porto Badisco Beach: a less crowded beach because it is located about 9 km south of Otranto. Although it is small, it is an area visited by diving lovers, as it is rich in marine flora and fauna.

Where to camp with your motorhome near Otranto?

We don't have to go far from Otranto to find the rest area for motorhomes and campers. Just 11 minutes from the city center you can enjoy this area of ​​tranquility surrounded by pine forests, lake and sea.

Here we leave you More information about our motorhome areas in Italy so you can plan your trip through Italy by motorhome without losing sight of any details.

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