Marmore camperstop, Umbria

  • Access for larger motorhomes
  • Location and surroundings - next to a road, but quiet enough
  • Facilities available
  • Pricing and value for money


Great value stop over for those wishing to visit the waterfalls. Much better than the campsite nearby!

User Review
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Marmore camperstop
The Cascate delle Marmore is very close to the sosta.

For our visit to the “Cascata delle Marmore“, (Marmore Waterfall), we are staying at the Marmore camperstop. The sosta is a short walk to one of the main entrances for the waterfalls and is in our opinion, a better stopover than the nearby campsite. We had a look at Camping le Marmore but the site looked unkept to say the least. The present price at the campsite is 19 euro per night including two adults and the camper. However, whilst this is more expensive than the Marmore camperstop, clients are able to purchase admission tickets to the waterfalls at a reduced rate of six euro per person vice ten.

Marmore camper parking
The sosta has space for around twenty vans, with no length issues.

Marmore camperstop – facilities and price

Facilities here are good for an Italian sosta:

  • Camper service point with fresh and grey water
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Electrical hook up at 16 amps (!)
  • Generous size pitch
  • Green and tranquil surroundings
  • Recycling/refuse bins
Area di Sosta Cascate delle Marmore
A drive through motorhome service point! We are taking on fresh water.

The price at the present time is ten euro per night although during our stay, the electric barrier is in the up position. We do not know where payment should be made, if at all.

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