Camping Il Falcone is a small-scale campsite with a swimming-pool situated close to Corbara Lake on an altitude of 520 meters. We welcome our guests between 1st of July and 1st of October. Nearby Civitella del Lago is a medieval village with two restaurants and a few small shops. We offer 36 pitches with drinking-water and electricity for tents (inclusive of 2 rental tents), caravans and campers in the middle of an olive orchard, with a stunning view on Corbara Lake.
My name is Carlo Valeri. I am the proud owner of a small campsite run by the Valeri family.
The site's facilities are modern and clean. We realise how important it is for you to have a holiday in a pleasant atmosphere without worries or unpleasant surprises. That is also the reason why we invested in pictures and descriptive pages.
We would be proud to have you as our guest in 2023!
"Wonderful place over the valley, nicest staff possible and great vibes overall. Massively recommended. I bet you won't find a better camping nearby."
Camping Il Falcone is in the middle of the woods on a hill. There are terraced pitches for tents, and also flat pitches for larger tents, caravans and campers. Apart from a swimming-pool and table-tennis, we offer no animation.
What we do offer is peace and quiet plus a really outstanding view from the pitches that are higher up. The picturegalleries will give you a fair impression.
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This season we have started to offer two very comfortable luxury tents, completely furbished with kitchen, closets and proper beds in both bedrooms.
This type of tent has near vertical walls for the first five or six feet or so, so it offers a wealth of useful space. One tent sits on the ridge and offers a spectacular view, the second one is easier to reach and has more shade ...
Book it any length of period you want, so it is a serious option if you are looking for a fly-drive ...
Looking for a quiet and peaceful surroundings in the middle of the woods, a spacious place to unwind and relax under one of the many olive-trees? We've got it.