Nature campsitein Italy
Space and Tranquility:Sleeping between ancient olive trees in Abruzzo
Discover Rocca di Sotto, Willeke and Jan’s small nature campsite, located in the enchanting heart of Italy, in the middle of the breathtaking Abruzzo region.
Discover the area of Rocca di Sotto
Rocca di Sotto is a small nature campsite with 10 hectares of land in the beautiful region of Abruzzo. The campsite is located in the hills near to the majestic mountains, but also just 45 kilometers from the Adriatic coast.
For many travellers, Abruzzo is still an unknown area, recognized mainly for the authentic landscape, the natural parks with medieval villages and the many olive groves, almond orchards and vineyards.
You can discover Rocca di Sotto on the bottum of the beautiful national park of the Gran Sasso. This rugged area is sparsely inhabited; its vast plateau, ‘Campo Imperatore’, is located 38 kilometers from Rocca di Sotto and is the perfect base for your exploration in Abruzzo.
The terraces of the campsite are situated within the acient olive trees. You can select your favorite spot and create your `own’ special place for a wonderful stay. Perhaps you don’t travel with a camping equipment. Then we can offer you a fully equipped large rent-a-tent or one of the three nature cottages.
What’s special? Every position at Rocca di Sotto offers privacy and magical views of the peaks of the soaring Gran Sasso mountains!
Whilst there is a lot of land, in order to maintain a pleasant atmosphere, we receive a limited number of guests only. So you’ll find plenty of space: come and enjoy!
National ParkGran Sasso and Monti della Laga
Rocca di Sotto borders the impressive national park called the Gran Sasso, a rugged area that is sparsely populated. The vast plateau called the `Campo Imperatore’ is located just 38 kilometers from Rocca di Sotto and provides an ideal base for your exploration of Abruzzo.
Campo Imperatorein the Gran Sasso National Park
From Rocca di Sotto the road winds upwards, through the ancient beech forest, deeper and deeper into the Gran Sasso National Park. It feels like you are on your way to the end of the world and only sporadically do you encounter another tourist who is also looking for peace and carefree enjoyment. There is a good chance that you will have to stop along the way for a few cows, horses, wild boars or a sheep herder with his flock.
Olive oil, limoncelloand more homemade products
Presents from the nature to take a way