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Camping Village Fabulous - Rome Hotels

Camping Village Fabulous

Via Di Malafede 225, Rome - Map
 
 
"A WEEK IN ROME OVER WHITSUN"
Arrived late at night about 12.30am, my Wife, myself, and 3 adult kids(bank of Dad.) Was greeted with a warm welcome easy book in. 5 bed challet was very clean with all nesessary equipment. Staff very frindly and helpfull, great pool area very clean with non slip paving and non slip cushioned vinal pool liner on both pools. Barman very helpfull we all got on well with him also restaurant on site served great food at resonable prices. Most challets/ tents are under the canopy of of fir trees so nice and cool on hot days.
Dave from London
This caravan park/campground is located in Rome (Ostia), near the airport and Parco de' Medici Golf Club. Area attractions …More

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    Lying 31 kilometres southwest of Rome, Lido di Ostia this is Rome’s seafront. Most of the busy beach is privatised, so there is a surcharge for use and loungers and parasols. The jewel of the area is nearby Ostia Antica. The architectural site gives a fascinating insight into the everyday life of sailors, merchants and slaves dating to the fourth century B.C. It later became Ancient Rome’s port for 600 years.

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