Cisano San Vito
A lively park which proves very popular with families of all ages. The location is simply stunning on a gently sloping hillside beside the beautiful lake. The charming village of Cisano is just a short stroll away and offers a good selection of restaurants and shops. The park is split into two with the Cisano end having the shop and restaurant, pools and evening entertainment, and the San Vito end being more peaceful and ideal for those with younger children.
The park benefits from having a pretty lakeside beach where guests can lie back and relax while enjoying the gorgeous views. This lakeside setting makes the park ideal for those who enjoy swimming and watersports but there is plenty to do on dry land too. Crazy golf, tennis and lively evening entertainment are all on offer at this fantastic park. In high season there is also an excellent programme of activities to keep the children happy.
Guests can choose from a range of modern mobile homes including the very spacious and rather luxurious Villanova models which sleep up to 7 people, and the more traditional Supernova which are basic but still very well equipped. Those who enjoy a more authentic camping experience could opt for a Supertent which are equipped with all the mod cons and are very spacious sleeping up to 6 people.
Opening Dates: 25/04/2017 - 04/10/2017
Nearest Airport: Verona (VRN) - 30km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1230km
Direct Access to Lake: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Bardolino - 2km
• Table Tennis
• Crazy Golf
• Walk along the lakeside to Lazise and Bardolino
• Don't miss a day out at Movieland theme park
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