A small but lively park, Butterfly offers activities, relaxation, and a perfect base for exploring the region. When you arrive at Butterfly, you can't help but notice just how much pride the owners take in this pretty family-run park.
The palm-fringed pool area is a delight to sunbathe in and offers a family pool, as well as a separate play pool for children. There's a bar and restaurant too with a relaxed ambience that makes it the perfect place to round off a fun-packed day. Beyond the park, you will find a small manmade beach on the lakeside, while the handsome town of Peschiera, with its Renaissance buildings and gardens is on your doorstep just a short stroll away.Once there, a 25 minute train journey will take you to the romantic city of Verona, made famous by Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet', making it an ideal park for visiting major cities.
This 4 star park is one of our favourites in Italy due to the top of the range amenities and the location. The accommodation will provide an excellent base for your stay from the 2 bedroom classic mobile home with deck to the 2 bedroom superior model which affords more space and comfort. The deck enables you to enjoy a relaxing drink in the outdoors and watch the world go by.
Opening Dates: 22/04/2017 - 24/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Verona (VRN) - 28km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1213km
Nearest Town: Peschiera del Garda - 0.5km
• Pedal your way along the riverside path to Mantova and Monte Baldo
• Ideally placed for having a scream at Gardaland
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