Very close, there are actually few ways you could say it:
Luca has experience in writing and reviewING documents/documentations AND activities.
Luca has experience in THE writing and reviewING OF documents/documentations AND activities.
One thing I might also note here, "documents" and "documentation" are not really synonyms(as the '/' sort of implies). "Document" normally means like something like a file a contract, an MS Word doc, a letter, etc.
"Documentation" refers to any kind of text/literature that describes or explains something.
The first and third way you wrote that sentence would be definetly be understood but another way could also be like this:
Luca is experienced in writing and reviewing documents, documentation and activities.