Italy’s Serene Village is separated from the sea by a tranquil eucalyptus forest. Spacious family rooms feature private balconies that offer sweeping ocean views, air-conditioning, marble bathrooms, bidets, and satellite televisions. The all-inclusive resort has a buffet-style restaurant that serves a variety of local and international dishes. Parents can enjoy a massage, while their children are looked after by the professional staff at the kid’s club. Kids will enjoy splashing in one of the resort’s many pools, bowling, attending a show at the open air theater, or playing at the playground. A water sports facility provides kayaks, canoes, and windsurfing gear.
Our Editor Loves
- Large family rooms
- Private beach access
- The talented entertainment staff
- All Inclusive Rates
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kids' Pool
- Onsite Dining
by Candida S
This is a very nice family resort with lots to do for small children. The beach is beautiful, water is clean but goes quite deep. Sand is slightly pebbly. The rooms are very basic but with air conditioning. Could do with a bit of modernization. The pools are great and there is something for everyone. Food is fantastic and the dedicated gluten-free area makes it so much more relaxing for those of us who have to eat gluten-free.
by Xav Y
I spend one week very nice, with beautiful weather. I love so much the beach and the time spending there to relax with my kids...
I love the team of sport, and I meet lot of nice people there, specially the tennis teacher.
The tennis teacher is really professionnal !!!! I really enjoy my holidays to play few time with her, also my kids love her a lot ! Beautiful woman, very creative !!!!!! Thank you Lucy ! My kids love you !
Nice food also !!!
Also the gym teacher is great, thanks Nicolo !
My only negative point is the director (Julian Delfino) , a bit strange in his attitude, a bit dangerous even... scary this guy !
My kids was affraid of him... and I talk with other parents during the week, and he don't like kids at all... anyway... but it is a pity that some kids are afraid of him...