Via Delle Sassete, 2800065, Fiano Romano, ROME
Explore this park:
This friendly parc is ideal for families of all ages, thanks to a superb animation programme, not to mention the choice of a swimming pool or new lagoon pool. There are also daily coach trips to Rome, plus trips to Pompei, all organised by the parc's very friendly English speaking owners, making this the ideal way to discover the Eternal City. You can also explore the woodland that surrounds the parc and after a busy day, retire to the friendly restaurant. Family Park I Pini is an ideal, family-friendly destination for all those wishing to discover Rome, Pompei, Lake Bracciano and the lovely area around it. The owners will even organize airport transfers, should you prefer to leave the car at home.
2 Outdoor Pools: Size: 150m sq, depth: 1.20m min.- 1.20m max., jacuzzi / Size: 200m sq, depth: 0.40m min.- 0.50m max., 1 waterslide(s), Waterslide is built into the side of the pool and is wide enough for 3 people, water castle, slide, fountains.
WHIRLPOOL / SAUNA
POOL REGULATIONS AND EXTRAS: Sun loungers available, sun terrace next to pool area.
Large assortment of shops, restaurant, pizzeria, take-away meals, bar, 6 washing machines*, 2 clothes dryers*, hot water showers, washing cubicles (warm water), haby bath and changing facilities, standard toilets, children's toilets, sinks available for dish washing and clothes washing, ironing facilities.
RECEPTION: Fax, phone, phone cards, tourist information, babysitting on request (please ask reception staff for details), internet access available, languages spoken: Italian, German, Dutch, English, French.
Via Delle Sassette, 1/a, FIANO ROMANO, Italy, 00065
Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino airports are close to this parc and are popular choices for fly-drive holidays.
Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
Facilities Passes FREE
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19
ItalyÂs capital is one of the most historical and culturally rich cities in the world. The Vatican city is a real must see. Lots of the main attractions are within walking distance of each other, so put on your comfy shoes, take a map and plan your route!
Parco di Bomarzo is a large, rather strange garden in which mysterious forms in the shape of ogres, dragons, bears and mermaids have been sculpted from the rocks. Children can climb all over the statues and explore the strange house that leans and tilts.
The campsite organises excursions to 'The Eternal CityÂ as well as to Pompeii and Naples.
The world famous Colosseum is a star attraction, as is the Pantheon and there are plenty of historic ruins to take in nearby. Alternatively take a break from history and seek out some Italian style in the city shops.
If you are visiting Rome then the children may be interested in visiting Bioparc zoo which is home to a number of animals, including lots of primates, big cats and reptiles. Rome also has a good aquarium.