In the heart of Belluno, centre of the Dolomites, there is an extremely comfortable caravan site: Lambioi parking, by the river Piave, near a panoramic escalator bringing you directly to piazza Duomo, in the historical centre.
Both tourists and citizens make great use of the parking, which has also a caravan site located on its western side. There are 20 reserved parking spaces and an adjoining area for sewage discharge and topping up, including running water and a park with a playground, tables and benches. Rubbish is collected separately and the toilets are in the panoramic escalator. Near Lambioi parking there is also the public swimming centre, which has a children’s pool, a diving pool and a swimming pool.
Even if Lambioi parking is not a true camping site but a parking area, it is indicated by the ADAC (German automobile association) as a top quality site.
Parking costs 0,80 € per hour (maximum 6 € per day), and 1€ on Sunday and holidays. But… Lambioi parking is even cheaper, if you buy Belluno City Pass, a card full of benefits which allows you to park for 72 hours just for 6€! Click here for more details on the numerous benefits of the card.
How to get there
When in Belluno, the road sign to follow is “Parcheggio di Lambioi”.
GPS coordinates: N 46° 08′ 10.95″ – E 12° 12′ 31.82″.
Camping in Nevegal
The Park Camping Nevegal is located at 1018 metres above sea level in the Nevegal mountain area, a summer and winter resort near Belluno. It offers an appropriate area for caravans, with more than 50 places equipped with electric power, toilets, camper-service and reserved rooms in the adjacent hotel. The town of Belluno is 11 km (6,8 mi) away. Belluno exit on A27 motorway is 13 km (8 mi) away.
Lambioi Parking is covered with free wifi, with a phone SIM in your name, you can register online: once you are connected in the areas covered by wi-fi, you just enter your mobile number in the page that your browser opens and accept the use conditions. You will receive an SMS containing your access credentials.
Otherwise, you must register at the Citizens Info Point, in Piazza Duomo 2.
You may navigate for two hours a day for a year.