- At the foot of the Dolomiti National Park
- A private beach on the shore of Lake Corlo
- Peace and unspoiled nature in a family environment
- Cool Coco tents surrounded by greenery
- Sporting activities and excursions
- New lakeside swimming pool
The camping village Lago Arsiè, nestled between the Valsugana, Monte Grappa and Feltre, overlooks the emerald waters of Lake Corlo.
The campsite stands out for its essential but well-kept services, the welcoming and warmy atmosphere, the landscape that makes this place unique. Look around: you will see the best of nature, in the most glamping setting you can imagine! Enjoy a breathtaking view: the woods and mountains reflected in the water embracing a sky of a thousand shades!
This camping on the lake offers a wide shaded area, the perfect place for our Coco tents...
Come and experience the Glamping in the Dolomites!
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Discover the spirit of adventure in one of the most beautiful campsites in the Dolomites! Visit Arsiè and its magnificent lake, a pearl in the unspoiled nature. Accessible from a gorge, the village is nestled in the pre-Dolomites and guards the small lake as a precious secret. If you love hiking, mountain biking or boat fishing, Arsiè can offer you all this!
For culture and art enthusiast, a visit to Feltre, Bassano del Grappa and Vicenza is unmissable. These nice cities can be easily reached from the campsite.
HOW FAR IS... Feltre 15km, Bassano 30km, Vicenza 70km, Venice 110km, Verona 130km.
The town of Arsiè is located 3 km from the campsite, and can be easily reached with a nice walk or by bike. And the bike is the best way to get all around: in a few kilometers you can reach the Valsugana cycle path, which connects Pergine in Trentino to Bassano del Grappa, in Veneto. Near Feltre you can access the famous Claudia Augusta way, which from the Danube reaches the sea. For longer routes, the area is well connected with flowing and suggestive roads: the Valsugana and the highway of Grappa and Passo Rolle.
Although small, Arsiè offers countless opportunities to spend an exciting and active holiday!
What to do in Arsiè...
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* The accommodation must be left clean and tidy. If you prefer not to clean the accommodation, the final cleaning must be requested during the booking as extra service.