Our front desk is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day of the year-you can ask for directions to boat tours, bike routes, and cities to visit!
Our check-in opens at 3:00 pm and ends at 8:00 pm.
Check-out is by 12:00 noon; for those who would like to stay in the afternoon as well (upon request for availability) we ask for a surcharge of €5.00 per person.
The market corner is located inside the reception area, where you can find basic food items, emergency fishing and cycling equipment as well as salt pool clothing, such as our customized floaters with our logo.
Since 2020, as well as the year of the pandemic, our village has expanded and received 3 stars.
The restaurant is one of the components that allowed us to expand, we felt we needed a space where we could welcome our guests to taste the delicacies of our territories.
The cuisine we offer is genuine, natural, with fresh and local products; we will try to introduce you to the area while sitting, tasting a good wine and tasting our dishes under the banner of tradition.
The café, located in the same building as the restaurant, welcomes guests, both inside and outside, who during the day are in the mood for a coffee or an aperitif and during the morning want to have our breakfast, sweet and savory, which we serve from 8:00 to 10:00 am.
We recommend you try one of our extracts or centrifuges, made with fresh fruits and vegetables from our garden and orchard.
The communal bathrooms, serving campers, consist of two toilet spaces, a shower space, and a toilet and shower space; just as in the rest of the campground, water is heated by photovoltaic panels.
There is a changing area in the women’s facilities for changing little ones.
Guests tell us, and we can only be happy about this, that they have rarely seen such warm and welcoming communal bathrooms.
The laundry room is where our guests, especially campers, can wash and rinse their dishes and clothing, given the possibility of using the coin-operated washing machine.
It is a destination for meeting different cultures and chatting in different languages, all framed by a detergent bubble.