Malcolm Mielle 09/22/2020
A great camping for sure! Small, cosy, affordable and pretty. Sadly the shy was cloudy so we couldn't enjoy the view but I have no doubt it's super pretty. 100% recommend it
The name of the camping is actually Nosy, named after the wallnut and not noisy, like google maps suggested. So it has nothing to do with the sound. The ambiance is really nice, cows, goats and birds of prey. The owners are friendly, they gave us some of their own vegetable and fruit harvest. The campsite has some bungalows and caravans, but we put up our tent. From here you can drive up a few miles to do some amazing mountainhikes. There is also a via ferrata nearby @oropa.
Finally there is a picknick or dining area at the gate whick gives an amazing panorama on the valley below.
Be warned! The drive up to the campside is small and full of curves: a typical italian mountainroad.
Alessandro Mietner 08/12/2020
The campsite is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen. Crazy panorama, friendliness never encountered before, cows, goats, deer, garden products as a gift, farmhouse with cheese and ice cream on the doorstep, beautiful walks, in short, a corner of paradise. The bathrooms perhaps seen with the eyes of a city person may appear a bit arranged, even if there is everything, but we are in the mountains in a very small campsite run by a couple of people who obviously do what they can from up there. And in any case, the price is adequate
The problem is that the road is devastating!
I went up with a 1000g and 4m trailer hitched to a big Subaru, and I saw hell! The road climbs 1000m in 10km, an average gradient of 10%, with peaks that I have estimated at over 15% at the exit of some hairpin bends, there is not enough space if someone comes to meet, so you have to stop often, always with the wheels a foot from the escarpment, there are branches and shrubs trees diagonally, walls that protrude and obstruct the view, in short, it is not for caravans or campers!
Perhaps you can go up in decent conditions with a small caravan towed by an off-road vehicle with the reduced, or with a car and a tent, a pure light camper, at least a tent trailer, or in any case a vehicle that can start uphill six or seven times in half an hour without worrying you.
At the campsite, cell phones don't take, and I don't think it's possible to pay with an ATM.
Wonderful, quiet, somewhat secluded campsite. Simple, but extremely hospitable operators, fantastic views. Perfect for camping, then more like 5 stars.