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Lake Garda, Italy - 7nts - 2 Adults + 2 Kids - 4* Holiday Park + STN Flights + 20kg Luggage - May 2023 - from £325 Total (£81pp) @ Eurocamp

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Another great price for a budget holiday at the stunning Lake Garda. Flights and a week stay in Eurocamp included! I have added a 20kg bag to the flights, as think it's kind of a must, but optional to add further baggage. The park is about 15 miles from the airport, quite close, but would have to factor in transfer costs.

Various dates across May 2023 (Dependent on Flight Prices, but using 9th - 16th May as an Example:

4* hu Altomincio Family Park: 9th -16th May (Total: £155.45)

Why you'll love this parc
  • Only 7 km from Lake Garda
  • Explore the lovely village of Il Borghetto close by
  • Laze in the lagoon at the amazing pool complex

High times, and high slides, in this vibrant parc that takes pool fun seriously!
There’s nothing like the sight and sound of your kids screaming with delight as they scoot down a fantastic water slide in an amazing swimming pool. Get ready for this feeling at Altomincio, a high-quality parc for families of all ages.

The pool complex includes outdoor, lagoon and kids’ pool complete with spongy surface. There are also sports fields, crazy golf, kids’ disco, play area and lots more activities organised by the parc’s ‘animateur’. After a day packed with activities, enjoy a freshly baked pizza before treating everyone to delicious ice creams from the gelateria. During your stay, you could also enjoy the excitement of the Gardaland theme park. With off-pitch parking and super facilities for kids, this is a great choice if you’ve got toddlers too.

  • Nearest Lake: 6km
  • Nearest River: Mincio - Direct Access
  • Nearest Town: Salionze 1km
Nearby Towns:
  • Peschiera del Garda: 7km
  • Verona: 28km
  • Bardolino: 28km
  • Moniga: 39km
  • San Felice del Benaco: 46km
  • Salo: 50km


Ryanair (Stansted to Verona) - 2 Adults and 2 Kids (With 20kg Luggage) : Total £169.60
Link here - ryanair.com/gb/…VRN


You get:
  • Return Flights for 2 Adults and 2 Children from Stansted to Verona
  • 1 Week Caravan (Via Eurocamp)
  • 20kg Baggage + 4 Ryanair Hand Luggae
  • Self Catering

All for £325 (Other dates, than the 9th might be a bit more)

Hope it helps someone
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  1. seagullofDoom's avatar
    This is the altomincio family park. Hands down the best place for kids. Lagoon pool is excellent. Restaurant and takeaway pizza on site and a shop - wine on tap too!
  2. Rmcstar's avatar
    Here's some images of Lake Garda (credit @RUGAAL ):

  3. Pentop's avatar
    What is the damage to get there and back ? Taxi ?!?
    Rmcstar's avatar
    Not much, park is only about 15 miles from the airport, and I think there are good public transport links
  4. AdamBuyer's avatar
    Hi guys anybody been can tell me what’s the difference in the rooms ?
    Justintime12's avatar
    Click on the chevrons for details of each
  5. solid's avatar
    Just makes me laugh...

    A week before the school holidays, the prices are £100s
    A week during the school holidays, the prices are £600s

    I know it's a business, I know, but the reality is, holidays today are either for the very rich, or for parents willing to take their kids out of school

    For the rest of us, it's a non-starter -- a shame that families can't really give their kids a great holiday for a reasonable price
  6. Abigail_Robinson's avatar
    Lake garda is a beautiful place to go on holiday
  7. zaktas's avatar
    Hi, do you have to pay extra for swimming in these parks?
    seagullofDoom's avatar
    No all included. We were here last year and have booked for June!
  8. reddeviluk's avatar
    Incredible part of the world though I've only stayed in Dezenzano Del Garda...... But amazing place.
    Rmcstar's avatar
  9. sheffield788's avatar
    Voted hot! Sadly, during May school holidays, because of the flights extortionate cost, for a family of 4, most Eurocamp sites I've checked come close to £1,500. Add spending money and you come to the conclusion you'll get better value with 4-5 star all inclusive. After 7 years in a row at campsites, I think we'll start looking at all inclusive, it makes more sense.
    mankymanning's avatar
    Daft question as I’ve only done camping abroad but where do you tend to look? Which websites?
  10. Blake_Gaggles's avatar
    This place is excellent, sadly there's 6 of us and I've already taken the kids out of school twice this year! Haha
    Rmcstar's avatar
    For 6 - total is around £370
  11. heltahskeltah's avatar
    Where on the page does it state that flights are included? I can't see that
    Rmcstar's avatar
    You book flights separately, read the description
  12. Vatman95's avatar
    Fantastic deal, I'm in. Thanks for sharing.
  13. chicaneuk's avatar
    I can’t overstate how stunning Garda is. Go. It’s amazing.
  14. Happymonday's avatar
    20 years ago I did a deal like this. We went to Nice, the tent was £80 and the flights £150 for 5 of us. I’m pleased there are still such deals possible.
  15. zaktas's avatar
    Hi, do you have to pay extra for swimming in these parks?
  16. dark.deejayz's avatar
    What if I don't bring 2 kids? Still available this offer?
    Rmcstar's avatar
    Yeah, and cheaper as don't have to buy them flights
  17. Justintime12's avatar
    Unless the pools are heated, they're going to be cold in early May (15c) (edited)
    ana.ambrosio's avatar
    Exactly!! Are these pools heated?!
  18. Jason_2019's avatar
    This is my future as a parent to a 2 year old, and new born!

    What age do those with experience reckon its best before attempting a holiday like this with wee ones, or will the travel always be awkward for the 1st few years?
    Happymonday's avatar
    I just posted I did a deal like this 20 years ago with my then almost five, three and almost one year old.. The biggest problem was my little one was crawling, the tent I think was mostly a dirt floor as the campsite was in pine trees. It was pretty difficult with the 1 year old as he was crawling. It was either the buggy/cot or we had to hold him. Otherwise he was literally crawling in the dirt. Otherwise it was all pretty easy really. However I did hire a car as we stayed about an hour from the airport. (edited)
  19. amjad146's avatar
    i am just wondering , is this an authentic website ? not a scam....
    Rmcstar's avatar
    Yep, it's an authentic website. (edited)
  20. shirika88's avatar
    Does pool are heated?
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