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Innehåll utan anpassning påverkas bland annat av vad du tittar på för tillfället, aktivitet i din aktiva söksession och din plats. Innehåll utan anpassning påverkas bland annat av vad du tittar på för tillfället och din ungefärliga plats. Innehåll och annonser med anpassning kan även omfatta mer relevanta resultat, rekommendationer och anpassade annonser utifrån tidigare aktivitet i webbläsaren, till exempel tidigare sökningar på Google. Vi använder även cookies och data för att anpassa upplevelsen efter lämplighet för din målgrupp, om tillämpligt.We are coming to the end of a three-month road trip, which has taken us through Holland, Belgium, France and Italy, and we have stayed at dozens of campsites on the way, including during high season. Sadly, Camping Delle Rose has been both the worst (by a long way) and the most expensive. Reading many of the other reviews, we are glad we left after one night.There is no area suitable for campervans and caravans to wait while checking in (as this would mean not being able to cram in as many pitches). You are therefore likely to have to reverse round a bend and out onto the main road if you don’t guess the correct one of three entrances that is nearest to your pitch. (Both we and the campervan immediately behind us had to do this, with someone stopping traffic on the road. The other guests agreed that it was ridiculous and very unsafe.)Despite booking a grass pitch via Pitchup, which I expressly booked so as to ensure my little dog was going to be able to relax during the extreme heat being experienced in Europe this summer, I was given a paved pitch and told there were no others available because they were very busy. The paved pitch was red hot, as you would expect, and my poor dog couldn’t be let out of my camper van, because of that. To make matters worse, the pitch wasn’t even in the campsite itself ; it was infront of the campsite, in what was evidently a car park, in a previous time. There was a lot of road noise. When that became particularly evident, I returned to complain. I was show a dirt pitch, again in a desolate section in front of the campsite itself, and was told that it was an alternative, but it wasn’t much better. It wasn’t any better at all and I stayed put. Things didn’t improve from there, unfortunately, either. At dinner time, I waited 40 minutes before I was provided with a menu and further 30 minutes before I got my first drink, due to many groups of people who weren’t camping guests having booked in to eat. They were celebrating something, clearly, and after dinner, I returned to the camper van, but extreme noise from the celebrating locals continued through to 01:30am. Soon after this time, they departed in their cars ; clearly driving drunk. I went to inform the staff about this and they didn’t seem to care at all, nor did they apologise for the noise. This place is clearly more more interested in running a bar/restaurant for locals than looking after their camping guests. For a campsite that cost quadruple what I paid elsewhere, I was expecting something really special at Camping Delle Rose. I didn’t get it. The bungalow style accommodation offered here seemed much better. I saw many families enjoying their glamping-style accommodation and the swimming pool, etc. But if you’ve booked into this place for camping expecting to feel like you’re included as part of the campsite, you won’t get that, and I’d recommend you think again. To provide some context, we have camped in places as far and wide as Mongolia and Laos and are used to extremely basic conditions. However, this was completely different – it was disgusting. There are two of these so-called “pitches”. Ours was covered in mounds of dried dog poo and rubbish, including food, when we arrived. It was also completely infested with insects – unsurprising, given the filthy conditions.Checking in was chaotic, with lots of people queueing from multiple directions to speak to just two members of staff. It took over 20 minutes, and we weren’t even given a map or told where any of the facilities are. Of course, properly staffing a campsite costs money, which the management seems unwilling to part with. Again, it is no excuse that it is high season – you know demand will be high, so you should provide proper staffing levels. En ej återbetalningsbar handpenning på 15% betalas nu. Camping Delle Rose kommer att debitera ditt kort beloppet 1 vecka före ankomsten eller om ankomstdatumet är tidigare än 1 vecka så debiteras beloppet omedelbart.Om du måste avboka eller ändra bokningen, var vänlig och försök göra det i så god tid som möjligt så att någon annan har en chans att boka. Det kan vara bra att köpa semesterförsäkring för avbokningar och egendoms-/skadeförsäkring för tiden du är borta.
We booked a pitch just over a day before we arrived with our children in our caravan and, as it is high season, we weren’t expecting too much. However, nothing could prepare us for what we were about to experience. Apart from the hygiene problems, the space is so small it can barely fit a caravan inside it. On one side is a main road, and on the other side is the car park. The only entrance and exit to this is right next to the “pitch”, so cars were constantly reversing right up to our caravan for hours during the night, with their lights shining and their parking sensors beeping just two metres away from our heads. It was impossible for us, our two-year-old son and six-month-old daughter to sleep. The showers weren’t practical. You don’t have a dry place to put your dry clothes and towel, so that’s really inconveniant. There aren’t enough parkingspots for the amount of people staying at the campside. We had to be creative and create our own spot.
Settling down for a peaceful stay in Imperia’s Nervia valley, among chestnuts, eucalyptus and mimosa trees, on a hillside site with spectacular views of the surrounding Alps… sound good? Bag a break at family-run Camping Delle Rose, just over the border from France in a quiet corner of Liguria.Run by Lorena, Mauro and their son Lorenzo, this park aims to give friendly welcomes to all, with attention and services carefully tailored to suit guests’ individual needs. The family has added a summer pool and a paddling pool for dips on hot days, a sun terrace for basking at before and after, a playground for the kids, and a pétanque court popular for a spot of competition at the end of a sunny day.
Upptäck ett Mallorca du inte visste fanns under en oförglömlig vandring! Några vandringar tar oss upp bland de högsta topparna och andra leder oss genom mandelträd, olivlundar och charmiga byar. Det fyrstjärniga Gran Hotel Sollér är idealiskt beläget i den mysiga byn Sollér, perfekt för de fina vandringar vi gör under dessa dagar.Vi landar i Nice och det är sedan bara en timme med buss till vårt hotell. Här har vi eftermiddagen på oss för att utforska staden eller ta ett dopp i poolen innan vår gemensamma middag.
Hotellet Paradiso håller högre mellanklass och är beläget i en lugn del av San Remo nära strandpromenaden och den egna privata stranden. Från hotellet är det endast 10 minuter till restaurangkvarteren och shoppinggatorna. De flesta rummen (ej enkelrummen) har balkong med utsikt över poolen och ut mot havet.