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107 campsites in Austria

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In a quiet location arranged around two lakes and set amidst beautiful alpine scenery, this site, founded in 1930, is renowned as one of Austria’s...

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Sportcamp Woferlgut, a family run site, is one of the best in Austria. It lies in the village of Bruck at the northern end of...

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Only a short drive from the A14 autobahn, Alpencamping is a well-run and comfortable, all-year-round site, set in a natural bowl from which there are...

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On the southern shore of Lake Ossiach, in the heart of Carinthia, close to the borders with Italy and Slovenia, this site offers spas, saunas...

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Camping Grubhof is a beautifully laid out, level and spacious site set in the former riding and hunting park of the 14th-century Schloss Grubhof. The...

MondSeeLand is set in a delightful location and offers excellent facilities in a pleasant part of Austria, to the east of Salzburg, between the lakes...

You can be sure of a friendly welcome, in English, at this attractive site on the Danube cycle route. Reception, bar, restaurant and flowered terrace...

This small site is unusual because it only accepts clients over 50 years of age. It is a high-quality site with an attractive setting in...

Kur-camping has been run by a friendly Dutch family for ten years and is open all year. It lies in Bad Gastein, a valley in...

Located on the shores of the enchanting Walchsee lake, Ferienpark Terrassencamping Süd-See is a terraced campsite with excellent panoramic views of the lake and Kaisergebirge...

A warm welcome, friendly vibe, spectacular views, and lauded 'exceptional' amenities are all yours at Austria's Aktiv Camp Purgstall Camping und Ferienpark, a family-friendly site...

Located 900 meters above sea level, Camping Hirschegg can be found on the edge of the village of the same name in Western Styria. This...

This small site located on a hillside overlooking the south side of Worthersee lake. The campsite is run as a supplement to the guesthouse and...

Terrassen Camping Ossiacher See is a gently terraced site, protected by rising hills with lovely views across the lake to the mountains beyond. Trees, flowers...

Schluga Camping situated in a flat valley with views of the surrounding mountains. The touring pitches are 100-120 sq.m; many with water, drainage, and satellite...

Bella Austria caters predominantly for fixed tents and chalets, with 50 pitches for tourers. It is well located for exploring southwest Styria, the beautiful Mur...

Aktiv-Camping is a long site which lies beside, but is fenced off from, the River Inn. The 115 touring pitches, mainly gravelled for motorhomes, are...

Both sites are owned and run by the Mössler family, Schwimmbad Camping is about 700 m. by road from the lake (the footpath is much...

Based on a working farm, Camping Olachgut is located in the Murau-Kreischberg region of Austria. Taking a keen interest in ecological matters, the site has...

Walch's Camping & Landhaus is found in the Vorarlberg region of Western Austria. The site has 94 marked out pitches, mostly without shade. The reception...

Austria

The land of postcard Alpine scenery, Swarovski Crystal and Mozart, Austria has many charms to recommend it. The dramatic peaks of Tyrol are punctuated by lively cities such as Salzburg, Vienna and Graz, providing a contrasting and unique experience throughout the land.

The hustle and bustle of Salzburg with its Baroque architecture, grand palaces and art museums is tempered by the surrounding Salzkammergut, a region of peaceful Alpine scenery and glacial lakes. It’s the ideal place to engage in watersports and outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and caving, and to try culinary specialities such as Kaiserschmarrn, a sugared pancake dish with raisins, and gingerbread. A must-visit when you’re camping in Austria is Hallstatt, a picturesque town in Salzkammergut known for its production of salt.

Austria has castles to rival Bavaria, one of the most impressive of which is Hohenwerfen Castle south of Salzberg. With an extensive weapons collection, a falconry centre offering daily flight demonstrations and stunning views across the landscapes it’s a popular tourist attraction.

And what would a camping holiday in Austria be without a trip to its beautiful capital, Vienna? This elegant city was home for many years to several eminent composers and now draws almost five million visitors every year. Main sights include the Schönbrunn Palace, which houses the world’s oldest zoo, the Vienna State Opera and Beethoven’s residences.

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