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Camping in Austria

A camping holiday in Austria

When you stay at a campsite in Austria, you’ll be surrounded by lush green hills. In the background the imposing snow covered mountain tops of the Alps shimmer serenely. The Alps dominate more than half of the Austrian landscape. You’ll find lots of typical little Austrian villages in the Alpine valleys. They make a great base for inspiringly beautiful mountain hiking and exciting mountain biking or cycling trips. The popular cities of Vienna, Graz, Salzburg and Innsbruck are easily reachable from your campsite. Definites for your to do this, alongside breathing in the clean, fresh air and enjoying the stunning scenery.

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Camping Terrassencamping Ossiacher See

Ossiach - Carinthia - Austria

Located at one of the warmest lakes in Carinthia. Lovely campsite with a natural plants and a good beach. Many activities available.

Camping Am Waldbad

Dellach im Drautal - Carinthia - Austria

Friendly campsite situated in the Southern Alps with. Excellent facilities with a good pool with waterslide and whirlpool.

Camping Bella Austria

Sankt Peter am Kammersberg - Steiermark - Austria

A good location at 800 metres altitude, set in the beautiful Katsch valley, just outside the village. Enjoy the fresh mountain air. Ideal for relaxation and for families with young children.

Camping Ideal Camping Lampele

Ossiach - Carinthia - Austria

The Ossiacher See ia a popular Austrian lake. The historic city of Villach is nearby and the Lampele Children's club is great for the kids.

Camping Maltschacher See

Feldkirchen - Carinthia - Austria

This friendly campsite with private beach at the Maltschacher See in the beautiful mountain landscape of the sunny Carinthia is an excellent choice for an active family holiday.

Wonderful countryside

How to describe the Austrian countryside in 3 words? Mountains.Woods.Lakes. When you go camping in Austria, you’ll always be in the middle of a delightful nature area. The southern part of Austria, Carinthia, has a lot of lakes. More than 1000 in fact! Pick one and relax in the sunshine, while your kids have fun in the crystal clear water. The most well known lakes are the Wörthersee and the Ossiachersee. The Maltschachersee is very popular with water sports lovers. The Steiermark region is more rural. Tour the vineyards and taste the local produce, such as juicy apples and pumpkin. The Tirol region is great for hiking, especially in the Kaiser mountains. Alternatively, take a refreshing dip in the amazingly clear waters of the huge Going swimming lake. Visit the world’s longest cave in Salzburg, the Lamprechts. It’s 35 kilometres long! This area is especially popular with families as it has endless kilometres of cycling paths. Vienna is also a big cycling city. Ride through the beautiful countryside, from the Donau river to the enormous parks. Or chill out the man made city beach Hermann. Very relaxing!

Discover the many cultural treasures

There’s a lot more to find near your campsite than just incredible countryside. This country is absolutely brimming with culture! Visit the historical city centre of Klagenfurt in Carinthia.Tip: go on an organized walk through the city. You can arrange this through the tourist office. You’ll stroll past cosy town squares, impressive statues and fabulous fountains. Klagenfurt also has some great museums, such as the Wappensaal im Landhaus and the Planetarium. A must see is Graz, capital of the Steiermark region. Graz has a gorgeous, historical city centre and is a UNESCO City of Design. Admire the quaint courtyards, peaceful town squares and the Eggenberg castle. When you stay at a campsite in the Tirol region you have to visit the medieval city of Innsbruck and the famous Ötzi village, from the early Neolithic period. Fans of the movie “The Sound of Music” head for Salzburg to visit the famous gardens of the Hellbrunn castle. Kids will love playing with the water fountains here. Last but not least, there’s Vienna with its wonderful Hofburg Palace, Hundertwasser House, MuseumsQuartier district, St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Schönbrunn castle, made famous by Empress Sissi.

Great trips for all the family from your campsite

When you’ve seen all the cultural sights near your campsite, it’s time for another kind of delightful day out. One which the kids will also appreciate more. 3 tips for Carinthia: swim in or take a boat trip on the Wörthersee lake, go on exciting adventures in the Presseggersee Lake water park and in the summer you can enjoy the musical evening spectacle with fountain and light shows in Klangwelle Wörthersee’. 2 tips for Steiermark: enjoy the stunning view from the 3000 metre high Dachtstein mountain, known as the Salzkammergut. The cable trip there alone is a thrill in itself! And visit Styrassic Park, an amazing dinosaur park. Going camping in Tirol? Then Innsbruck and the Going lake are highly recommended. Going to Salzburg? Then the Lamprechtsgrot caves and the castle where they shot the movie “The sound of Music” should be on your list. Fancy a bike ride along the Donau river? Then head for Vienna. And if you’re here anyway……why not drop into a real Viennese Coffee house and treat yourself to a deliciously creamy Wienermelange.

Really relax and have fun by the water

Every camping holiday in Austria starts in the same way: with an incredible view of the mountain tops, meadows, lakes and meandering rivers. It’s the ultimate place for an easy paced holiday. You can relax, your kids have plenty of space to romp around in and you can visit the picturesque mountain villages together. There’s always lots of fun by the water to be had either at or very close to the campsite. What do you prefer? A campsite by a lake, river or with a swimming pool?

Regions in Austria:

Carinthia

Tirol

Vienna

Salzburg

Steiermark