Caravan Park Sexten
Via San Giuseppe 54, Sesto, 39030, ItalyView on map
Why stay here ...
Located in the spectacular Dolomites of north-east Italy, this luxurious site has breath-taking mountain views and excellent facilities. Being open all year, Sexten provides gravel pitches, some of which are open, while others are nestled into forest clearings.
The facilities of this site are its real strength and include a health spa with Turkish and Roman baths, sunbeds, herbal baths, massage rooms and more. No expense has been spared to create a relaxing environment for guests.
From mountain walks to cycle adventures and extreme sports, the scenic Dolomites provide the perfect backdrop. A bus into Sexten (Sesto) and Brunica runs from outside the site entrance, while at Innichen, visitors can enjoy a ‘fun bob’ down the mountain.
Around & About
The Dolomites, Salzburg, Sesto, San Candido, Austrian castles, Hiking, Mountain biking
Latest arrival time - low: 9:00 PM
Latest arrival time - high: 9:00 PM
Earliest departure time - low: 8:00 AM
Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM
Is there a set arrival day? No
From the A22 take the exit towards Bressanoe-Val – Brixen, then continue on the SS49 passing by Brunico/Bruneck. Shortly after passing through Toblach / Dobbiac take the exit on the right towards Sexton/Sesto on the SS52. The entrance will be on the left in 8miles/13.5km
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 46.667839 / Lon 12.399548
- Michelin map no.
- Buses go to: Sesto Brunica
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
Here‘s some additional info that you’ll find useful if visiting in the winter months
- The on-site restaurants are open all year
- Spa treatments are available, and the superb indoor heated pool complex is open all year
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We were really looking forward to our visit here after reading reviews however we were very disappointed. The Outdoor pool was closed and there was a lot of construction work going on which was noisy. We were not allowed to look at the indoor pool unless we paid, the fees were expensive if you had a family and wished to use the pool every day. The staff were not friendly and sometimes quite rude. The pitches are tight and are not all level. The facilities were quirky but in need of upgrading as they are looking very tired, shop on site is very expensive. Overall it is an expensive site and not worth the money. Bins were often overflowing with rubbish. On our final night at 11 pm a very large motor home was allowed to come in and attempt to squeeze on to a pitch behind us, which took him well over half an hour, even although the gate was supposed to close at 10 pm. No one listens to our complaint about this. On a positive the views are stunning from the site. It is a good area if you are keen on hillwalking and mountain biking .
Response from the Club:
This site is part of the Leading Camping chain of top quality campsites in Europe and is open all year long. We advise members to contact our Travel Service team at the Club if they have problems on site that are not resolved by the owners satisfactorily, especially if facilities are closed for some reason and we can investigate for you. In this case the site have taken out the very small unheated outdoor pool and made it into a Kniepp area and as they are open all year work had to be done in the summer when the weather allows. The charges for the indoor spa complex are on our website page.