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Discover the Traditional Culture of Italian Riviera
Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, Italian Riviera is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp. See more

Camping Italian Riviera

Luxury camping on the Italian Riviera in Cinque Terre

Your camping luxury on the Italian Riviera in Cinque Terre will be rife with lemon trees and lilies, flower perfume and town-centre piazzas. Popular with holidaymakers for generations, now you can select your luxury camping holiday mobile home in Cinque Terre with LuxCamp. Marvel at centuries-old seaside villages with colourful houses, set against rugged cliffs and coastal hiking paths with views of anchovy fishing boats at work.

Learn more about the Italian Riviera

The Liguria region of northwest Italy borders on the Ligurian and Mediterranean Seas. Visitors love the Italian Riviera for its turquoise seascapes, dramatic scenery and relaxing atmosphere. In Cinque Terres, a highlight of the area, LuxCamp holidaymakers can expect:

  • Luxury camping site choices.
  • Fantastic hiking and relaxation opportunities.
  • A slow pace of life with few roads.
  • Coastal footpaths, ideal for walkers and photographers.
  • World Heritage site status.
  • Sixth century buildings.
  • Famous cities nearby.

Food and drink

Harbourside restaurants and trattorias offer delicious fresh seafood, caught by local fishermen. Alternatively, gastronomy lovers will want to try the area's famous pesto sauce.

Things to see and do

From the historic railway, see the five towns with brightly painted houses, traditional architecture and hillside vineyards. Riomaggiore is southernmost, while Sanremo boasts a flowery promenade. Further afield, why not visit Geneva or Florence