We came again this time on the 20th August for a 2 week stay in a maxi caravan. The campsite is like little Holland!. 90% of the guests are Dutch, in my estimate. The caravan was well cared for and the spots are reasonably generous. A small lake with a sandy beach and extremely clear water where the soil slowly ends, is child-friendly and very nice, as well as the entire environment. On the other side of this lake is a nice village with a good pizzeria. In many restaurants it seems to be normal that meals are not all served at the same time. Waiting for the rest of the dinner is not advisable, because the food gets cold before everyone has something. The town of Stresa is also worth to visit. Parking is tricky, very busy. The cable car to the toboggan run is also a nice trip, though pricey (return € 52.00, 2 adults 2 children of 6 and 8 years) The toboggan has to be paid for separately and is disappointing. The run is very short.
The campsite is clean, there is a lot to do, we found the staff friendly, and the caravan was relatively clean. However, everything is close to each other, the caravans, such as the pitches. We were on nr 45, and the whole day had caravan people around us. Our neighbors smoked the entire time, making your caravan stink the whole day. We also had, as well as the neighbours, trouble with mice that you heard in the night on the ceiling. There was also a lot of noise from the granite factory behind the camping. The neighbors left their screaming infant from 7 o'clock in the morning, so rest and relaxation were not possible. The reception was completely unhelpful, and offered us no help or solution. At the pool and the Lake: all packed in good weather so no place to lie down. The sunbeds by the pool are often equipped with towels, but no owner to see. So no spot to lie down. You pay a lot for this caravan's, but you get little back.