Review for Free Motorhome Parking with services, Camperisti Pisani- Pisa, Italy

Country: Italy

Co-ordinates: N43.721298 E10.420858

Good for: Moving through Italy, heading south.  Visiting Pisa

Address: Pisa, Provincia di Pisa, Toscana, Italy, 56127

Questions:- (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Bessacarr E769 tag axle – 8.56m)

Detail: A Sosta solely for motorhomes within roughly 1 mile of the leaning tower of Pisa

CDW & grey water drain separate.  Water.  Rubbish bins. Electric on some spots.  Large site with plenty of room.  

There are plenty of pitches; the site is larger than it first looks and hooks around to the left at the end, which is where the services are.  

Next to a fairly busy road but not overly noisy.  There is an old, abandoned running track behind the area (which I made use of in the morning!)

Felt very safe 🙂

What’s the site access like? Good- once you are at the right place you can see a car park and it’s a fairly narrow access gap across the pavement area.  Drive to the back – you will already have seen all the motorhomes 🙂

Usually there will be someone there to help you and raise the barrier.  Very helpful man basically operates the ticket machine for you!! Then directs you which side to park and will give you a map etc.  

Stick ticket to a window where it can be seen, as it will be checked!

How much is it? We paid 12 Euros per night (in May)

What’s the area like?:

Pisa does have more than just the tower to visit (the duomo & baptistery.  Cemetery and the city walls)

It was 100% worth the visit 🙂

Moving on: Next stop was a fairly short hop to Florence 🙂  But a very frustrating day trying to find appropriate parking 😦

Would we return?? Yes, absolutely if we were in the area


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