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Camping in Salzburg

12 campsites in Austria, Salzburg

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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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2021, 2020, 2019, 2018

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...

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...

Panoramacamping Stadblick is superbly located for visiting Salzburg. From this 70-pitch site with excellent modern sanitary facilities, there are views over the city to Salzburg’s...

This site is set in a beautiful location and is open for eleven months of the year. In winter the campsite is a perfect base...

This campsite is currently closed for redevelopment, it is expected to re-open in 2023. The Zeller See, delightfully situated in the south of Salzburg province...

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2020, 2019

The centrally-located campsite on the outskirts of the city of Salzburg has been managed by the Lex family for the past 60 years. Only 70...

Camping Wolfgangsee Birkenstrand has spectacular views over the Wolfgangsee and the distant mountains. This friendly, family-run site offers a relaxing holiday in an ‘away from...

Sitting high among the rolling meadows of a working farm, in the Lammertal Valley is this small, friendly site which has breathtaking views of the...

Surrounded by fields on one side and woods on the other, Camping Bad Neunbrunnen is in the eastern Tirol region of Austria, and is a...

Surrounded by gentle hills and adorned with trees and flowers, Seecamp is separated from the lake by a narrow public road, although there is access...

This small site is ideally placed for those wanting a night stop when travelling on the Salzburg-Badgastein road, but could also make a base for...

Salzburg

Situated in the heart of Austria is the Lake District and Salzburg. With its ancient castles, curative spas and salt mines to visit, it's a cultural centre and haven for wellness. The city has plenty of music, art and drama festivals to enjoy, while the lakes offer a dramatic setting for walking and cycling.

There are many fine examples of Baroque architecture in Salzburg, including the Hellbrunn Castle and Mirabell Palace, as well as numerous churches and squares. Lacing between these impressive buildings are the narrow streets - Getreidegasse the famous shopping street, Judengasse in the Jewish district, and the medieval Steingasse - and the city's green spaces provide a quiet spot for peaceful contemplation.

Besides the spectacular scenery of the lakes, Salzkammergut is home to several spa towns. Bad Ischl retains its imperial charms, having been a tourist destination since the 19th century, and highlights include the Imperial Villa and Kaisertherme, a thermal spa. More crowded is St Wolfgang, starting point of the steam railway Schafbergbahn.