Camping Michelangelo
Campeggio Michelangelo

Campeggio Michelangelo (affiliated Endas) is located in the Upper Tiber Valley, at the foot of Alpe di Catenaia (1415 m.), in the town of Caprese Michelangelo.  The town, rich in  medieval history, is known worldwide as the town where Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in 1475. One can admire the ruins of the castle and the outdoor museum as well as the house where the artist was born and church where he was baptised.

Country Italy
Province Arezzo
Place Caprese Michelangelo
Accomodation Camping
Area 47000 (sq. M)
Height 650 (m a.s.l.)
Sites 50
Accomodation 200 persons
Facilities **
Open 1st April - 31st October
Camping Michelangelo
Camping Michelangelo
Camping Michelangelo
Camping Michelangelo
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The camping grounds

People who love the campground are passionate about nature and love to get together not only to walk down the paths of the woods but also down the paths of history, art and religion and who  enjoy reaching a lake, a stream, a mountain, with no other aim than living in an uncontaminated environment, admiring the suggestive landscapes the area offers.

The campground is one of a kind in the sense that the sites have been made respecting the woods and natural habitat. It is appreciated for its  natural environment  and its tranquility, where it is possible to rest and enjoy the countryside, taking walks and bike rides.

The campground with 47,000 sq. meters is in a woods with oak trees at an altitude of about 650 meters. Its climate is ideal for holydays


It is equipped with all facilities, is near the town and restaurants, a pizzera, newspaper store and game room are within walking distance.

Pets are welcomed.

Interesting places to visit

Interesting places to visit for day trips are: Arezzo, Florence, Siena, Perugia, Assisi, San Marino and the Adriatic coast.

We are in the Upper Tiber Valley near Sansepolcro where Piero della Francesca was born, Monterchi, where his fresco “Madonna del Parto” can be admired, and Anghiari, nominated one of the one hundred most beautiful medieval towns in Italy and famous for the “Battiglia di Anghiari” by Leonardo da Vinci.

Welcome to Tuscany

Tuscany is a charmed land, equally blessed by the genius of man and nature, and often by the combined efforts of both.

If you are looking for a sun-drenched and culture-filled holiday, the place to go is Italy.