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30 campsites in Austria, Carinthia

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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...

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...

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...

Rutar Lido FKK Naturist See-Camping is affiliated to the International Naturist Federation and is in a peaceful location adjacent to both open countryside and forested...

Set in the open countryside and bordering a small lake in southern Austria close to the Slovenian border, Pirkdorfer See is part of a hotel/restaurant...

Set in the picturesque region of Carinthia, Camping Klagenfurt is located near the east bay of Lake Wörthersee across the road from the public beach...

Directly on Faakersee, Camping Arneitz is one of the best sites in this area, central for the region's attractions, watersports and walking. Family run, Arneitz...

This is a very basic, rural site at the eastern end of the Rauschelesee lake. The 180 pitches are all on grass, some close to...

This site on the edge of the lake is owned by the Gasthof Brückler guest house, which is on the road directly opposite. Out of...

Dellach is a health resort in the delightful Upper Drautal region of Carinthia. Am Waldbad has 215 pitches, mostly for touring, and is located on...

Sabotnik is a very large and extremely well managed naturist site. It is situated on the banks of the Keutschacher See and caters especially for...

Situated between two national parks in a valley between the mountains, this family run, four-hectare site offers spectacular views over the surrounding area, especially from...

This is a beautiful small site set in a high alpine valley with great views in every direction. With 65 touring pitches, all with electricity...

This is a pleasant, family owned site in a secluded area on the edge of the lake. Out of season, it is quiet but can...

This neat and tidy site is situated in a valley with views of the surrounding mountains. The 160 marked and numbered pitches for touring units...

Set within the very well maintained grounds of the hotel of the same name, Camping Hafnersee combines the best of a rural lakeside campsite with...

Turkwiese is a tranquil naturist campsite, attractively located on the southern banks of the Keutschacher See, with its own secluded beach. There are 138 pitches...

In the picturesque Drau valley, southeast of Klagenfurt, Rosental Roz has magnificent views along the valley and of the cliffs that form the Austrian southern...

Carinthia

Dominated by lakes and mountains, the Carinthia region is a beautiful area that offers a quieter retreat for campers and caravanners. It's a place to rest and recharge, and to enjoy the harmony of its natural surroundings and the hospitality of its people.

Lake Wörthersee in the south is popular with sunseekers and water sports enthusiasts thanks to its warm climate, cool waters and relaxed pace. To the northwest, Hohe Tauern National park offers up stunning scenery and a host of wildlife from chamois and marmots to bearded vultures. One of the park's highlights is the Grossglockner, Austria's highest mountain, and its glacier, the Pasterze, which are truly breathtaking in the summer months against the wide blue sky.

Carinthia is a region that enjoys its food and drink, and there are plenty of weekly farmers' markets to explore, as well as herb, beef and polenta festivals during the year. The region's stone pine schnapps, Zirbenschnapps, is a popular after dinner digestive with an aroma influenced by the cones of a pine tree.