Our best campsites in Luxembourg
The five star resort of Krounebierg, located in the green heart of the country, offers a family friendly camping destination with plenty to do for kids and adults alike. Compact and cosy, the resort features a little pool for children and access to a large indoor swimming pool. Adults will enjoy the wellness spa with sauna and Jacuzzi bath, and can spend time here while the kids have fun at the lively Children’s Club. The fantastic location of the resort, less than 30 minutes from the capital, gives you the freedom to explore both rural and urban spots with ease.
Five star Fuussekaul lies in one of the most scenic spots in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg's landscape, close to the spectacular lake of Upper-Sûre. Boasting first rate facilities and amenities, along with plenty of sporting activities, the site is a winner with families. You are well placed to explore the gorgeous nature around the campsite as well as popping over the border into either Belgium or Germany.
Things to do in while camping in Luxembourg
It’s easy to explore the gorgeous landscapes of Luxembourg on foot as the country is packed with many hiking trails that will surprise you at every twist and turn. Amble through green valleys, along beautiful rivers and under the gaze of rocky gorges. The Mullerthal Trail, Escapardenne and NaturWanterPark rank among the best in northern Europe.
A whole host of beautiful nature reserves are doted throughout the countryside, and reward visitors with lovely walks filled with flora and fauna. We recommend a visit to Beetebuerger Bësch, Brucherbierg, Lallengerbierg or Ellergronn.
The kids will likely appreciated something a little more enthralling than gentle hiking through the wild, so they’ll be glad to know there is plenty of sporting and recreational acitivities on offer in Luxembourg. Kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing and fishing are possible on one of the many lakes. The abundance of forestry means that there are plenty of woodland adventure parks with climbing and zip lining.
Numerous castles burst from the ground and the most awe-inspiring among them are Bourscheid Castle, Vianden Castle and Esch-Sur-Sûre Castle. For more culture, visit one of the many insightful and interesting museums. Pick of the bunch are the National Museum of Military History, Fort Thungen and the National Museum of Natural History, all of which can be found in the capital.
The self-titled capital is home to several fine places to eat and great places to shop. In terms of sightseeing, the city’s most notable attractions are the Adolphe Bridge, Casemates du Bock, Grand Ducal Palace, Vianden Castle and Cathédrale Notre-Dame.
With plenty of things to do in both the beautiful natural landscapes and hip capital city, camping holidays in Luxembourg are ideal for everyone.