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Offering stunning scenery, golden beaches and ancient cities, central Italy is hard to beat as a vacation destination. camping in Tuscany can mean fun for all the family, whether you’re after a walking holiday, a week by the beach or a few days exploring vineyards and historic Tuscan towns.

Book a stay at one of our top campsites in Tuscany and you’ll be treated to first-rate facilities including amazing swimming pools, sports & recreational amenities and dining establishments serving up regional and national dishes. With thriving entertainment for the whole family and exciting Kids Clubs, you’ll have an activity-packed holiday in Tuscany with us.

Camping Holidays In Tuscany

Browse of fantastic selection of Tuscan campsites and discover what could be your next favourite holiday destination. Catering for all budgets, we have a wide range of comfortable accommodation types including stunning glamping options. Book now with us and get ready to discover this wonderful region of Italy that's begging to be explored.

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Park Albatros Village

Tuscany | San Vincenzo
7.8/10 (37 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Short walk to a lovely sandy beachSpacious lagoon-style pool complexGreat for exploring the local ar...

Tamerici

Tuscany | Cecina
9/10 (3 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
700m from Marina di Cecina beachIdeally located for Florence visitsSpacious emplacementsPerfect for ...

Free Time

Tuscany | Marina di Bibbona
6.5/10 (6 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
800m from the beachExciting Kids ClubBeautiful poolExcellent location

Orbetello

Tuscany | Albinia
8.8/10 (5 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Short walk to a golden sandy beachIdeal for outdoor activitiesLarge swimming poolLively and coastal

Norcenni Girasole Club

Tuscany | Figline Valdarno
8.3/10 (36 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Set high in the Arno valleyIdeal for teenagersTraditional Tuscan restaurantRegular bus service to Fl...

le Capanne

Tuscany | Marina di Bibbona
8.4/10 (8 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Relaxed campsiteLagoon-style poolIdeal for exploring TuscanyOutside terrace area at the bar

Le Pianacce

Canvas Holidays Camping
In the heart of TuscanyIdeal for children6 km from the beach with free shuttAquatic area

Etruria

Canvas Holidays Camping
New water parkDirect access to the beachQuality servicesPet friendly

Rosselba le Palme

Tuscany | Portoferraio
Canvas Holidays Camping
Botanical garden settingTropical feelQuality servicesOn the island of Elba

Montescudaio

Tuscany | Montescudaio
Canvas Holidays Camping

Orlando in Chianti

Tuscany | Cavriglia
Canvas Holidays Camping

Toscana Bella

Tuscany | Vada
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Our Best Campsites In Tuscany

Our Tuscan campsites are well placed for exploring all the wonders that this incredible region has to offer. Stay just outside romantic Florence at the Norcenni Girasole Club, whose tiered campsite in the Arno Valley allows you to make the most of its stunning natural setting.

If you’re more of a sun worshipper, there are plenty of campsites in Tuscany by the beach. Camping Park Albatross is a fifteen-minute walk away to San Vincenzo, which boasts one of the region’s most beautiful sandy stretches.

Things to do when camping in Tuscany

There's plenty of things to do on a camping holiday in Tuscany. Historic and romantic Florence is packed with treasures. The skyline is dominated by the Cathedral (the Duomo), where you can climb up inside the huge dome to see its ornate frescoes and on to the lantern for fabulous views of the city. Be sure not to miss Michelangelo’s David in the Galleria dell' Accademia, either.

At the edge of medieval Pisa is the Campo dei Miracoli - the Field of Miracles - where you’ll find not only the Leaning Tower but also the superb cathedral, the baptistery and the Monumental Churchyard, said to be built on earth brought back from the Crusades.

Amazing as it is, Siena’s ornate gothic cathedral is just part of what was planned - the half-built Duomo Nuovo is testimony to the Black Death that brought building to an abrupt halt in 1348. Be sure not to miss the frescoes and books in the Biblioteca Piccolomini or the unusual relics of St Catherine displayed in the Basilica of San Domenico.

Tuscany’s largest island, Elba is historically known for being the destination of Napoleon Bonaparte’s exile in the 19th century. Explore its sandy beaches and quaint coastal towns or go diving off its shores into Europe’s largest marine reserve.

Popular places to go camping in Tuscany

Tuscany is one of Italy’s holiday hotspots that’s found in the central part of the country, just north of Rome. As well as miles of Tyrrhenian Sea coastline and beach resorts like Cecina and San Vincenzo - and not to mention the gorgeous island of Elba -, the region has some pretty stunning scenery inland, too.

The Apennine Mountains offer up a rugged landscape perfect for hikes and outdoor adventures, while Chianti in the heart of Tuscany is famous for producing the crisp red wine of the same name. All around Tuscany you’ll find fields ripe with crops as well as plenty of local restaurants where you can try traditional and seasonal gourmet treats.

Tuscany is also widely thought of as Italy’s artistic mecca, with cities like Florence, Sienna and Pisa packed full of Baroque architecture and masterpieces from some of the world’s top Renaissance artists.

The captivating landscape of Tuscany has an alluring appeal for holidaymakers of all ages, who make the regular pilgrimage to enjoy the culture, cuisine and beauty that the region has to offer.

Camping in Tuscany: an ideal destination for camping by the sea and in the countryside

If you want to spend your next holiday at a campsite in Tuscany, you've made a great choice. Tuscany is an idyllic Italian region that surprises with its delightful diversity. Between the fine sandy beaches on the coast and the charming countryside, Tuscany has everything you need for fun holidays. By taking a camping holiday in Tuscany, you can take advantage of the wonderful treasures of the region; historic sites, captivating landscapes, delicious cuisine... all you'll ever need for the ideal Italian break.

Where to go camping in Tuscany? Top 3 of the most beautiful regions to discover

From Florence to Pisa, Livorno to Arezzo, and Siena to Lucques, Tuscany is vibrant and varied. If you've never been to Tuscany before, we urge you to pack your bags and start planning your trip. You'll enjoy the majestic Apennines Mountains, the gorgeous Tyrrhenian Sea and numerous medieval Tuscan villages that decorate the region's lovely landscapes.

Camping in Pisa with its leaning tower

Camping in Pisa is perfect for catching the urban pulse of Tuscany. The province of Pisa is famous: there is, of course, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but also many other attractions and monuments such as the Cathedral Square (Piazza dei Miracoli), the Camposanto or the Palazzo Blu.

Camping in Florence for a cultural holiday

One of the world's most famous cultural cities, Florence is home to some of the most renowned museums in Europe. Here, people jostle to admire works of art by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci or even Titian. There are plenty of activities to enjoy during your camping holiday in Florence, where you can discover the Duomo of Florence, the Uffizi Gallery, the Pitti Palace and the San Lorenzo market.

Camping in Siena, the perfect mix of medieval and modern

The diversity of the landscape is what attracts so many holidaymakers to Siena, where they can discover a beautiful marriage of small medieval towns with a modern urban sprawl. Whether you are going camping in Siena with family or friends, there are many things to see in the city and its surroundings such as Piazza del Campo, the historic centre, Siena Cathedral as well as Bagno Vignoni.

Tuscany: An ideal destination for any type of holiday

Tuscany is a great place to go on holiday, whether you are spending the week with your family, as a couple or with your closest friends.

Campsites for families with children

For your next family holiday, why not choose Tuscany? Between visiting majestic castles, walking around medieval villages and enjoying the amazing swimming pool complexes of our campsites, there's never a dull moment.

Camping for couples

Italy is a romantic country in essence, and Tuscany provides the optimal place for an intimate and idyllic couple’s holiday. Discover heavenly landscapes with your loved one, perfect for creating your own little love nest for a few days. Essential activities for couples include visiting the Tuscan archipelago, especially the beautiful island of Elba. We have made destinations for couples in Tuscany, so get ready to enjoy massages at the Norcenni Girasole Club or horseback riding at Park Albatros Village.

Camping with your dog

Dog owners will know this better than anyone; going on holiday with your four-legged friend is so much fun, as long as there are plenty of activities to keep them occupied. The ideal destination should feature extensive areas for walking and hiking, so Tuscany and the rolling hills of Chianti, Valdichiana or Maremma is the perfect choice. We have several dog-friendly campsites in Tuscany such as Tamerici and Toscana Bella.

The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in Tuscany for a great holiday

Whether you want to relax by the sea or explore the heart of the countryside, Tuscany has it all!

Camping in the mountains

Tuscany is a beautifully hilly region in Italy with many hiking spots featuring marked trails for family walks. To live a few days in the heart of the mountains, we recommend Norcenni Girasole Club, right in the middle of the Chianti hills, to enjoy total comfort while being close to nature.

Camping by the sea

For a relaxing stay near captivating coastal landscapes, book a campsite near a seaside resort such as San Vincenzo, Rada or Piombino. Discover the joys of swimming in Tuscany, where the sun shines generously. To enjoy the stunning shores, consider a stay at Orbetello or Free Time.

Campsite with swimming pools

Campsites with a swimming pool in Tuscany are extremely popular, and are booked up quickly in the summer months. Due to the pleasant climate and generous sunshine of the region, a swimming pool is a welcome addition to a resort's facilities. It's always nice to enjoy swimming a few lengths in the heat of the midday sun or after returning from a visit to the most beautiful towns in the area. To enjoy a campsite with a swimming pool in Tuscany, you can book a stay at many of our campsites including the following destinations:

Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Tuscany

Everything you need to know before going on holiday to Tuscany!

How much does it cost to go camping in Tuscany?

  • Low season (March-June and September-November): our prices are very attractive in low season. Depending on the destination, campsite and accommodation chosen, prices vary between £160/€190 and £690/€800 per week.
  • High season (July - August): in view of the high traffic on our campsites in Tuscany during this period, prices are higher.

We have a very wide selection of campsites to suit all budgets, in the most popular and visited areas of Tuscany. Regarding prices, it all depends on what you are looking for.

What type of camping accommodation is available in Tuscany?

At Canvas Holidays, we offer many different types of accommodation for your camping break in Tuscany: mobile home, tents, lodges, bungalows and pitches.

What are the best activities to do in Tuscany?

Tuscany is a holiday destination with so much to do, such as:

  • Exploring Maremma Regional Park
  • Visiting the spa town of Saturnia
  • Discovering the ramparts of Lucca
  • Wine tasting in Chianti
  • Visiting the ruggedly beautiful town of Sovana
  • Making a splash at Acqua Village in Marina di Cecina
  • Taking the kids to Pinocchio Park
  • Enjoying a day trip to Parco Preistorico di Peccioli
  • Visiting the unmissable cities Florence and Pisa

How to get to Tuscany?

The best way to get to Tuscany from the UK or Ireland is by flying. Direct flights from the UK depart from London and arrive at Florence airport. There are many other flight route options from the UK and Ireland, including flights with one-stop departing from airports in Aberdeen, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dublin.

Which campsites in Tuscany are close to the sea?

For holidays with your feet in the water, book a stay at our campsites close to the sea such as Toscana Bella, Orbetello or Etruria, to name but a few.

What are the best 4-star campsites in Tuscany?

Several campsites in Tuscany offer excellent services for exceptional holidays such as Valle Gaia, Park Albatros Village and Norcenni Girasole Club.

Which campsites in Tuscany offer mobile homes?

Park Albatros Village, Free Time, Le Pianacce, Le Capanne, Le Tamerici and Montescudaio are among our top campsites that offer mobile home rental in Tuscany.

Which campsite in Tuscany should I choose?

If you dream of a holiday in Tuscany near the beach, book a stay at Free Time. If you want to rest in the heart of lush greenery pitch up at Le Capanne which nestles among eucalyptus trees and olive groves. Park Albatros Village, in the heart of Tuscany, 800 meters from the sea, offers a spacious aquatic area.

What are the best campsites with a swimming pool in Tuscany?

Several campsites in Tuscany have spacious and exciting swimming pools. Here is a selection of campsites in Tuscany with beautiful aquatic amenities:

Which campsites in Tuscany allow dogs?

If you want to go on holiday with your canine companion, choose one of the following dog-friendly campsites: Orlando in Chianti, Rosselba le Palme in Portoferraio, Free Time, Toscana Bella or Le Tamerici.