1.32km from Scuola Materna Zucchero FilatoWe had an amazing holiday during August 2020. The male staff member not completely sure of his name but he was ever so helpful, he did everything we asked and more. He checked us in promptly, provided an additional duvet and pillow and helped with bus and metro enquiries and booked taxis for us too. The facilities are amazing, the 2 pools are massive and plenty of room for all with lifeguards always present. The atmosphere around the pool is vibrant and lively and exercise classes are on offer for adults. If you want peace and quiet this is also possible as the poolside is so large and there are plenty of sun beds so you can find somewhere away from the noise. My son aged 15 years old enjoyed all the sports offered especially the football tournaments. He was very fond of the club rep who ran majority of sporting activities and even though there was predominantly children from other nationalities he was made to feel included and soon made friends. The club rep was very enthusiastic and great with the kids. Sport activities are offered daily, such as, table tennis comps, football, volley ball, water polo, darts. All children will not have time to get bored and enjoy all aspects of the camp. As a family we played tennis a couple of times and crazy golf and my son hired karts with his friends which you can hire for as little as 10€ for 4 hours! We ventured out to the local beach which was a short bus ride away costing only €9 for 3 of us. Plenty of private beach’s so plan ahead and make a full day of it. We also spent time in Rome on a number of days seeing all the famous places which was surreal. We paid for a cycling tour trip around Rome booked through ‘Wheely Bike Rental & Tour.’ It was the best thing we did and my son loved it more than us. You literally cycle all over the centre of Rome with your own tour guide and stop at all the famous monuments and then end the tour with a pizza and beer at a restaurant outside the colosseum. This was by far worth every penny and our tour guide a lady from Holland was exceptional and her knowledge of the city was brilliant. The transport is easy to use and buses to both the beach and the centre of Rome can be caught at the end of the street to the left of the camp. Number 070 takes you to the beach or to the Metro station and then the metro takes you straight to Rome. As you leave the metro station you literally face the colosseum which is breath taking. The restaurant and shop on site are good and relevantly cheap. The carbonara and seafood options were my favourite, oh and the pizzas obviously.