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Camping Austria


With awe-inspiring natural beauty, the landscape of Austria is a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. The thriving ski season in winter welcomes thousands of tourists each year, but the summer season is highly attractive for holidaymakers also looking to spend time under the watchful gaze of stunning Alpine mountains.

With a range of great accommodation, swimming pool, great facilities and fun entertainment, our campsites are ideal for family holidays in Europe.

Camping Holidays In Austria

For a truly memorable holiday in the midst of glorious nature, camping in Austria provides the perfect alpine environment. Whisk the whole family away for an adventurous trip or a relaxing break in this wonderful European destination. Book with us today.

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Bella Austria

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Situated in a beautiful valleyIdeal for sports enthusiastsOutdoor poolGreat entertainment for all ag...

Draucamping Sachsenburg

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Right on the Drau RiverFamily campsite in CarinthiaSwimming pool across the DrauWater sports, cyclin...
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Our Best Campsites In Austria

If you are looking for fantastic camping holidays in Austria, you’ll be delighted to browse of great range of destinations. Discover a fine selection of campsites dotted around this wonderful Alpine country.

One of our most popular and prettiest resorts is Bella Austria in Styria, a family friendly campsite surrounded by majestic mountains and gorgeous fresh air. Our customers love the option to spend their days filled with either active pursuits or relaxing moments.

The idyllic lakeside location of Seeblick Toni in Tirol offers 5* camping in the midst of nature. With excellent amenities and facilities, it is ideal for families who want to explore the gorgeous surrounding area.

As the name suggests, Sportcamp Woferlgut is a haven for sports fans, and offers a scenic and welcoming place to spend an activity packed holiday. Holidaymakers are well placed to take a day trip to the inviting city of Salzburg.

Popular Regions For Camping Holidays in Austria

The region of Karten sits in the south of the country and kisses the borders of Italy and Slovenia. It’s a beautiful area boasting lush landscapes offering a wonderful setting for an outdoor holiday. The lakes of Carinthia number over a thousand and play host to water sports and quaint fishing villages.

Central Austria is a captivating and welcoming region with fairy tale castles and the lovely Danube cuts through its centre. For enchanting woodland and rolling hills, make for the gorgeous region of Styria, which is home to the city of Graz and is often referred to as the green heart of Austria.

Lower Austria, perched on the borders of Slovakia and Czechia, is one of the most diverse regions of the country. Forests of pine & oak, beautiful alpine meadows and quaint rivers and streams make up the natural offering of the area. The capital Vienna sits in the heart of the region, and its legacy of classical music needs little introduction.

Things to do when camping in Austria

Austria is a clever choice for those hoping to embrace nature and throw themselves head first into a range of outdoor activities. Its beautiful scenery and landscapes are ideal for a range of pursuits. Whether you want to swim in the crystal-clear waters of lakes in the mountains or ramble through lush woodland, you can do it all here.

For a fix of adrenaline, consider white water rafting on the River Isel or paragliding over the stunning landscape in Lienz. Cyclists will revel on a day’s biking along the Drau cycle path, while leisurely ambles can be enjoyed in the Lienz Dolomites.

Fans of classic musical should take a day trip to the alluring city of Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart. Alongside the composer’s museum, there are numerous palaces and a stunning hilltop castle to explore. The city of Graz, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is packed with lovely baroque architecture and many interesting museums. There is even one dedicated to Arnold Schwarzenegger!