Camping Zeus Pompeii, Italy

Camping Zeus
  • Location and surroundings
  • Facilities available
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Access for larger units (some very tight pitches)


A good value for money site, close to the ancient ruins. ACSI discounts.

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User Review
4.18 (39 votes)

We did not have a booking to stay at Camping Zeus, and in fact, we did not stay at this site. However, whilst in the Pompeii area, and with a few minutes to spare before catching a train to Sorrento, we decided to have a walk around the site and see “what’s what”.

camping zeus pompei pitches

The pitches seemed arranged in an orderly manner. However, overhanging trees and┬átrees growing at varying angles may cause difficulty in pitching for a larger unit. Access to the site itself however was easy enough, and just a few hundred metres from the motorway exit of “Pompeii Ovest”.

Camping Zeus Pompei pitches


Hot water at Camping Zeus!

The toilet/shower facilities seemed in good order and the hot water supply was, well hot, to say the least. There was also a bar/pizzeria and it seemed there were excursion/tour coaches picking up at the site.

We cannot really say much more, as we looked around, rather than staying. It can be assumed that the site’s close proximity to the train station may result in noise from passing trains. The same however can be said for all the camp sites in Pompeii.

Camping Zeus was available on the ACSI scheme. Note worthy of a mention, the site is very close to the famous ruins. This ensures you do not have far to walk “home” after a long day visiting the ruins!

Further details about the site, including the non-ACSI tariff are available here.

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