Campsites Piedmont

Located in the northwest corner of Italy, Piedmont is a fascinating region with snow-capped mountains, green valleys, vineyards and idyllic towns full of history. The region's impressive landscape is characterized by interesting culture, the bustling city of Turin and the beautiful Lake Maggiore.

Discover our selection of campsites in Piedmont with a large selection of camping facilities including great pools, recreational and sports facilities, dining options and cozy accommodations.

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Camping holidays in Piedmont

Enjoy beautiful nature and the outdoors during a camping holiday in Piedmont, an area vacationers love to return to. High mountains, valleys, beautiful forests, and flowing rivers are unique features of this idyllic Italian region.

Tips for a camping holiday in Piedmont

Piedmont invites you to enjoy its beautiful nature, landscapes, and delicious cuisine. This region is known as one of the most beautiful places in Italy.

The region is rich in several breathtaking natural areas where you can take beautiful hiking and biking tours. Discover the Piedmont countryside characterized by high mountains, green valleys, vineyards and beautiful lakes. For a day of culture, we recommend going to the nostalgic villages and towns around Piedmont.

There are plenty of places to hike and bike, especially in the Maira Valley you can enjoy stunning views of the green surroundings. The waters of Lago di Mergozzo are ideal for paddling, while the Dora Baltea is perfect for whitewater rafting or bike rides along its winding path. Experienced hikers can climb mountains in the Varaita Valley and dream away at the amazing views.

Beautiful flora and fauna can be found in the Maritime Alps Natural Park. A tip for when you visit Valle Gesso; don't forget to hike along the beautiful mountain lakes. There is plenty to do in the nature of Piedmont.

The picturesque Lake Maggiore, which Piedmont shares with nearby Lombardy, is one of the great Italian lakes and is well worth a visit. Enjoy a boat trip to the idyllic islands of Isola Bella and Isola Madre, where you can admire beautiful botanical gardens.

Turin is known for soccer and Fiat but also as the well-known capital of Piedmont. You can enjoy great food and shopping there. Turin also features special attractions such as the Mole Antonelliana monument, the Royal Palace of Turin, Madama Palace, the National Cinema Museum, Parco del Valentino, and the Basilica of Superga.

Piedmont is known for its impressive castles and vineyards located in the countryside. Beautiful examples of medieval buildings can be seen in the castles of Rivoli and Agliè. To taste delicious wines, head to the vineyards of Ceretto Winery or the castle of Grinzane Cavour.

If you're going on a camping holiday to Piedmont with children, you don't have to worry that they'll get bored; the region has plenty to offer young campers. A visit to the Pombia Safari Park is very educational while the cool rides at ALPYLAND amusement park ensure a day full of adrenaline.

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