Camping is a great way to build memories with family and friends. Camping in Europe offers a wide variety of settings and landscapes to lay your head beside any time of the year. Obviously, you might not want to trek the mountainous terrain during the cold season, but if you plan with knowledge and intent, you will find travelling Europe in a tent to be one of the most satisfying experiences of a lifetime. Here is a quick overview of some of the top locations to visit while in Austria and its surrounding countryside.
This camping location is arranged on the beautiful lakeshore of Lake Ossiach. In the heart of Carinthia, you can enjoy a first class level of camping while on vacation. The site is extremely well maintained and the employees are known to be attentive and lively. Some of the different things you can enjoy at this location include: Two beaches to swim and soak up the sun, rental mobile homes if you rather not use a tent, Wi-Fi, bike rentals, and a whole lot more.
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Camping here will place you deep in the midst of the Zillertal Alps. This location is great for camping any time of the year. More than just rest and relaxation, you and your family or friends will find revitalization and adventure. This is a place of meditation for winter sport fans from all around the world. The campsite is located right next to Zillertal Ski World. There are free ski bus services and spacious drying rooms available for skiers. Beyond that, the culture and cuisine of the area will keep you visiting and learning for days.
This beautiful and unique camping site is located in the middle of forest and meadow lands. In the summer, you can enjoy tranquil rolling green hills and a breathtaking display of foliage against a snowy mountainous backdrop. In the winter time, you are located within walking distance of ski slopes and hiking paths. For the very best view of the Alps, there is a cable car to ride you around on an extensive panoramic journey of the scenery.
This campsite is a one of a kind for sure! It is attached to a four-star hotel that is actually a beautiful castle. There are only a hundred and twenty five camping spots, so you’ll want to make sure to reserve your spot before trying to set up camp. Because this campsite is attached to a castle, it has many above average amenities that come along with the beautiful scenery. They offer a full bar, an outdoor terrace, and even a sauna and solarium (but some of these things cost extra).