We look forward to seeing you from 22nd April to 22nd October 2023
Four-legged friends are always welcome.
What we offer
- Biodegradable bags for the collection of their needs located in various strategic points of the village
- Bowls and cots on request at the time of booking for those staying in a bungalow or a mobile home;
- Unlimited use of the dog area, with games at their disposal;
- Showers for their exclusive use to cool them down during the summer heat or after a good run;
- Drinking water points, located in the village, where they can drink to combat the heat;
- Relaxation areas in the green, one in front of the entrance to the swimming pools and the other in the lawn in front of the playgrounds.
One more service
Our collaboration with the association Il Melograno continues to make the stay of our 4-legged friends and their owners even more pleasant. The services can be booked and are subject to a charge. These are active from the beginning of June to mid-September. Here they are:
- Educational dog day-care centre, open every day from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 15:30 to 18:30
- Dog sitting
- Private consultations.
In addition, one afternoon a week, with a minimum number of participants, we offer events aimed at establishing a good relationship between dog and owner. Book in advance the event you prefer, because it will be fun!
What we ask of their human friends
We ask the owners to respect a few simple rules that allow everyone to spend a quiet and happy holiday.
Dog friendly beach
Holidays can also be fun for your four-legged friend, so instead of leaving it alone on a pitch or in a flat, take it to the beach. The Mortelliccio Dog Beach is just 3 km from Camping Village Pappasole and can be reached by car. You can park in the paid parking areas just a short walk from the beach. Mortelliccio Dog Beach is free and the only thing that owners are required to do is to keep an eye on their four-legged friend and to collect their droppings with their own bags (to be thrown into the rubbish bins along the beach). The use of a muzzle and leash is not compulsory (remember that, as required by law, a muzzle is compulsory in the event of a dangerous situation for other people or animals).