Mid-Season Prices List (July and August 2020)
From 1 to 31 July 2020
From 25 to 31 August 2020
If you decide to spend your summer holiday at the Camping Iscrixedda you will be living surrounded by an amazing sea and white beaches 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Actually, the camping is just before the beach but also surrounded by an eucalyptus and pines forest that release a pleasant smell as well as keep the temperature enjoyable even in the middle of the summer.
Is the July and August period the one you have chosen for your summer holiday? Here under you find the mid-season prices.
From 1 July to 31 July 2020 From 26 August to 31 August 2020
2/3 Persons: 110€
2/3 Persons Sea View: 130€
4+1 Persons: 120€
4+1 Persons Sea View: 140€
2/3 Persons: 90€
4+1 Persons: 100€
5 Persons: 100€
3 Persons: 62€
2/3 Persons SEA VIEW: 70€
4 Persons: 71€
4 Persons SEA VIEW: 80€
2 Persons: 48€
3 Persons: 57€
4 Persons: 66€
* Prices are referred to 1 night and they do not include bed sheets and air conditioning costs (4€ per day).
Person (over 12 years old): 10,50€
Child (0 to 2 years old): Free of charge
Child (3 to 11years old): 6,00€
Small tent: 7,50€
Caravan / Camper / Large tent: 9€
Electricity supply: 3,50€
Daily visitor: 6,00€
Warm water supply: Included
Car/motorcycle parking: Included
Tent trailer parking: Included
Dog (max withers height: 30cm): 1,50€
Discovering the Ogliastra’s beaches during the July and August vacations
July and August are the warmest months of the year, the ideal period to give yourself a relaxing holiday in the pursuit of lots of sun and sea as well. The Iscrixedda camping accommodations are placed along the “Is Orrosas” (Roses shore): a wide beach is easily reachable thanks to 13 direct accesses of the camping. The nearest camping beach is next to the others ones: Iscrixedda beach (further south) Pollu and Tancau beaches (further north).
The Arbatax gulf and, more generally, the Ogliastra shore, has lots of different types of seacoasts: from the black sand of Coccorocci and the beach of Cea (famous for its red porphyry sea stacks), to the Baunei bays’ limestone cliffs.