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Maremma - Recommendations for Camping/Holiday Villages by the Sea

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We are a family of 5 (kids aged 10-15), and planning a trip to Italy in late June or July. I have been to Italy before (stayed near Venice) but my children have not. I have decided to split the approx. 2 week trip generally into 3 parts. First, we will spend some time in Rome. Then, I was thinking we would take a train to Grosseto and pick up a rental car for the rest of the trip. For the second part of the trip, we will rent an apartment in a smaller village (I am currently thinking Montemerano, but welcome thoughts). The third part of the trip is where I would love some help. As a teen, I stayed at a great campsite in Italy where I met children from all over the world. I would like to expose my children to a similar experience, so I am looking for a camping/holiday village in the Maremma area that has access to a good beach. I would prefer to be in a lodge tent (with bathroom) or bungalow/holiday home, rather than a tent with communal facilities. It would be great if it had a pool (but if directly on the beach, this is not necessary) and sports/activities such as bike rentals, soccer fields, etc. I would like the accommodations to be clean, and an onsite eat-in or take-out restaurant would be a plus. I don't want a camping village that accommodates thousands of people, but something more mid-sized. I have looked online and everywhere seems to have very mixed reviews, which is causing me a lot of confusion. Thank you for any recommendations.

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