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Camping Eden Village
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Reviewed 2 August 2014

Not our first visit to this Campsite so obviously a little biased as we love the area.

The site is in a great location. Great access to Lake Garda, great access to local towns such as Salo and San Felice. Good facilities on site. 2 good pool areas, adequate supermarket and all in all a great holiday.

The site restaurant is great for service, quality and price and we had no problem getting a table on any of the nights we were there.

Just one note of caution, asking for a mobile with a view can mean a very long steep walk at each end of the day!

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
3  Thank michaeljay40
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Reviewed 23 July 2014

Lake Garda is a beautiful spot, pretty typically Italian towns/villages around the lake that are easily reached by boat or road.
Camping Eden is well positioned near the lake and the village of Porto Portese where the ferry calls. The site has 2 swimming pools, shop, restaurant and takeaway, which are all fine. However the main disadvantage to the site is the very steep climb both by car on the road or steep steps if on foot. Anyone with any disability, elderly etc would have found this a problem. The site was very busy and quite crowded, we though we had avoided the school holidays but had not taken into account that Dutch holidays begin before the British....... So it was very noisy.
On a positive note the site was very clean and well maintained, I would recommend it for families with children and the fit and active who are not looking for a peaceful time.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 July 2014

We are seasoned campers having camped as children, with children, and without children at well over 100 sites throughout Europe. This is a very large and quite a congested campsite perched on a hillside with some spectacular views, but be aware that only a few selected sites have views of the lake.The public areas are clean and tidy and the toilets and wash blocks kept very clean. We travelled in Midsummer and found this site very overcrowded with tents and caravans packed very closely together with little or no privacy. Car parking was a problem and presented what we thought quite a significant risk to pedestrians using the site. Driving within the camp site with its steep inclines and hairpin bends was quite stressful!
Both pools are packed like sardines throughout the day and having to wear swimming caps was a bit of an inconvenience!. The one thing that any prospective traveller should consider and be aware of are the very steep paths up to the tents and caravans which consists of a long, run of lung-bursting steps at an angle of 45° which makes you consider whether you really want to have that walk down to the reception and bar and then back again!
The campsite has its own pleasant beach on the lake but this is small and therefore congested.
The site has wifi but very expensive at three euros a day and we were told it was unreliable and the site would not give a refund as it was run by a private operator.many European sites now provide it free.
Sadly like so many places the residents are inflicted over much of the site with loud pop music from the children's disco all evening where's the same music was played on the same loop. Got to know the words of 'Star Trekkers across the Universe' almost word perfect within a day or two. Any hope of watching the sun slip gently over the lake, while enjoying a peaceful glass of wine was impossible.
The site is within walking of the port of Portese where it is possible to catch ferries to various towns around the lake. These are very pleasant excursions.
One day we drove to Densenzano and caught the train to Verona which was very enjoyable. However be warned we had to queue for forty minutes to buy the train tickets meaning we missed our train.

A good site perhaps for children but not for those who want a quiet,relaxed easy going holiday. We will stick with the more traditional rural and far less commercial campsites.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
7  Thank FreddyBerkshire
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Reviewed 16 June 2014

we stayed here for 6 nights at the start of june with eurocamp we stayed in a classic caravan the view was breath taking

the site is very steep. but the view was worth the walk

all the eurocamp reps did great job the caravan was very well presented when we arrived

i would stop at this site again

there is a short walk to portese where the ferry stops

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mj6
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

we stayed with canvas holidays in a classic mobile home with a view.The best thing about the site is the view but canvas do not let customers book specific emplacements so the view you get could be spectacular or a bit dissapointing.Our accomodation was showing its age but ok Visiting off season meant that boats were limited so hiring a car is best option.Pools open but very cold!

  • Stayed: May 2014
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2  Thank paulaandbobby
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