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Why Camping Warsberg?

  • Set between the grapevines of the Mosel region. What a view!
  • Bring your hiking boots!
  • Kids paradise with swimming pool, cool playground and entertainment.

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

8.2
Very GoodOverall average score of 6 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Warsberg

With its fantastic view over the river Saar and the green valley, camping Warsberg has one of the best locations in this area. You can even see the half-timbered houses in pretty Saarburg - take the cable car down into the town. This top campsite south of the famous Eifel and Moselle regions is an excellent choice for an active or relaxing holiday.

  • With views like this, make sure to pack your binoculars and camera. The campsite itself is lovely too. Beautiful pitches and lots of greenery - the real outdoor life is yours to savour!
  • Do you enjoy swimming? The indoor pool is great and has lots of fun water toys for the kids. There is also a wellness centre, with infrared cabin, steam cabin, whirlpool and sunbed, where you can really relax and unwind. ( For a fee.)
  • The campsite has extensive facilities, such as a mini golf course, football field and a play area and. There are lots of activities for the children and the playground is excellent too!
  • Enjoy a lovely meal in the campsite restaurant or a light bite in the snack bar. German gemutlichkeit included!
  • Good to know in connection with corona: there is a free test location on the campsite. A test is free for all camping guests.

The surrounding of Camping Warsberg

This unique destination is situated on a high plateau above the Saar. Here the river flows through steep slopes, where the famous grapes are grown for the Riesling and Müller Thurgau wines. Make sure to sample these at one of the terraces or cafes in Saarburg.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"A lovely setting and well maintained campsite with a good view. Excellent facilities and a cable car that takes you to the centre of Saarburg."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • Indoor children's pool: 1
  • covered swimming pool: 1
  • swimming cap not mandatory
  • swimming shorts allowed

Extra Water fun

  • waterslide: 1

Spa and Wellness

  • wellness & beauty centre
  • whirlpool: 1
  • sauna
  • steam room

Facilities

Eating and drinking

  • bar
  • Take away meals
  • Snack bar
  • restaurant: 1

Check this out too!

  • electric barbecue not allowed
  • wifi: on the whole campsite (to be paid)
  • laundrette
  • Supermarket
  • Disco
  • internet corner: to be paid
  • dryer
  • gas barbecue allowed
  • charcoal barbecue allowed
  • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa
  • wifi: only in the central area (free of charge)
  • Giant screen for sports events

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • volleyball
  • Mini golf
  • air trampoline
  • mini football
  • Multisport area: 1
  • table tennis
  • basketball: 1
  • Large playground
  • Bike rental (to be paid)
  • golf: in the neighbourhood
  • Manage <10 km
  • electronic games

Entertainment

Animation

  • entertainment: English
  • Entertainment: Dutch
  • entertainment: German
  • Entertainment for toddlers
  • Entertainment for children

Ratings & Reviews

8.2
Overall average score of 6 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Excellent
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Excellent
  • Size of the pitches
    Excellent
  • 10Excellent
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    Alison

    Bungalow tent Navajo

    Family with children under 13 years old

    • Recommends this resort

    Great week at Camping Saarburg. Beautiful campsite with loads of space and in an area where there was so much to do. We loved our week, thank you.

    Area tip

    Visit Saarschleife and do a forest walk or swim in Losheim am See. Cycling along the river Saar, take the train to Freibad in Saarburg and visit its castle and waterfall.

  • 9Excellent
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    Elizabeth

    Mobile home Bali 3

    Family with children under 13 years old

    • Recommends this resort

    Stunning location

  • 8Very Good
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    Joanne

    Mobile home Waikiki 2

    Group

    • Recommends this resort

    Lovely campsite setting, accommodation clean but no sun loungers with the Waikiki chalet. It would have been nice to have an outside pool and to have music playing outside whilst enjoying a dink in the evening where the entertainment was set up (no evening entertainment whilst we stayed 24/06 - 01/07). Overall though I would recommend this campsite for families especially.

  • 7Good
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    Richard

    Bungalow tent Navajo

    Couple older than 45

    We love this campsite and have been a number of times. Beautiful setting above a beautiful town. Can not wait to go again. The site is very clean and has the best toilet/shower facilities that we have experienced. Here is lots to do in the local area. Can not recommend it enough.

    Area tip

    Walk down to the town through the vineyards and then get to cable car back to the site. Take a trip along the Moselle Valley to the beautiful town of Bernkastel-Kues. Visit Trier lots to see and do.

1-4 from 6 reviews

Ratings & Reviews

8.2
Overall average score of 6 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Excellent
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Good
  • Play facilities for children
    Excellent
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Excellent
  • Size of the pitches
    Excellent
  • 10Excellent
    Flag

    Alison

    Bungalow tent Navajo

    Family with children under 13 years old

    • Recommends this resort

    Great week at Camping Saarburg. Beautiful campsite with loads of space and in an area where there was so much to do. We loved our week, thank you.

    Area tip

    Visit Saarschleife and do a forest walk or swim in Losheim am See. Cycling along the river Saar, take the train to Freibad in Saarburg and visit its castle and waterfall.

  • 9Excellent
    Flag

    Elizabeth

    Mobile home Bali 3

    Family with children under 13 years old

    • Recommends this resort

    Stunning location

  • 8Very Good
    Flag

    Joanne

    Mobile home Waikiki 2

    Group

    • Recommends this resort

    Lovely campsite setting, accommodation clean but no sun loungers with the Waikiki chalet. It would have been nice to have an outside pool and to have music playing outside whilst enjoying a dink in the evening where the entertainment was set up (no evening entertainment whilst we stayed 24/06 - 01/07). Overall though I would recommend this campsite for families especially.

  • 7Good
    Flag

    Richard

    Bungalow tent Navajo

    Couple older than 45

    We love this campsite and have been a number of times. Beautiful setting above a beautiful town. Can not wait to go again. The site is very clean and has the best toilet/shower facilities that we have experienced. Here is lots to do in the local area. Can not recommend it enough.

    Area tip

    Walk down to the town through the vineyards and then get to cable car back to the site. Take a trip along the Moselle Valley to the beautiful town of Bernkastel-Kues. Visit Trier lots to see and do.

1-4 from 6 reviews

Surroundings

This unique destination is situated on a high plateau above the Saar. Here the river flows through steep slopes, where the famous grapes are grown for the Riesling and Müller Thurgau wines. Make sure to sample these at one of the terraces or cafes in Saarburg.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Warsberg in Saarburg

  • The centre of Saarburg is accessible via a cable car, which descends nearly 200 metres (and hopefully takes you back up again). Saarburg is a very pleasant town, with an impressive ruined castle and a twenty metre high waterfall.
  • Great for kids: the summer toboggan run in Saarburg. A high speed track down a hillside.
  • Take a trip to the old city of Trier, situated on the banks of the Moselle. This was once a bastion of the Roman Empire, and luckily there are still many artifacts to be seen today. The famous Porta Nigra is a fine Roman building in good condition and is one of the four original Trier city gates.
  • The wine villages of the Moselle region are on your doorstep here. Just hop into your car and enjoy the scenic 1-hour drive to Bernkastel-Kues, an historic tourist resort surrounded by vineyards.
  • Nearest airport: Cologne-Bonn (CGN) at 200 km
  • Train station: 4 km
  • Bus station: 4,5 km
  • Area: hilly and terraced
  • Nearest city/village: 3,5 km
  • Nearest river: at 3,5 km from the the river
  • Supermarket: 3,5 km
  • Cabin lift: 10 m

Surroundings

This unique destination is situated on a high plateau above the Saar. Here the river flows through steep slopes, where the famous grapes are grown for the Riesling and Müller Thurgau wines. Make sure to sample these at one of the terraces or cafes in Saarburg.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Warsberg in Saarburg

  • The centre of Saarburg is accessible via a cable car, which descends nearly 200 metres (and hopefully takes you back up again). Saarburg is a very pleasant town, with an impressive ruined castle and a twenty metre high waterfall.
  • Great for kids: the summer toboggan run in Saarburg. A high speed track down a hillside.
  • Take a trip to the old city of Trier, situated on the banks of the Moselle. This was once a bastion of the Roman Empire, and luckily there are still many artifacts to be seen today. The famous Porta Nigra is a fine Roman building in good condition and is one of the four original Trier city gates.
  • The wine villages of the Moselle region are on your doorstep here. Just hop into your car and enjoy the scenic 1-hour drive to Bernkastel-Kues, an historic tourist resort surrounded by vineyards.
  • Nearest airport: Cologne-Bonn (CGN) at 200 km
  • Train station: 4 km
  • Bus station: 4,5 km
  • Area: hilly and terraced
  • Nearest city/village: 3,5 km
  • Nearest river: at 3,5 km from the the river
  • Supermarket: 3,5 km
  • Cabin lift: 10 m

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