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Camping in Steiermark

10 campsites in Austria, Steiermark

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

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...

Based on a working farm, Camping Olachgut is located in the Murau-Kreischberg region of Austria. At reception English is spoken and ample parking allows for...

Camping Im Thermenland is tucked quietly away in the hills of eastern Steiermark, 45 km. southeast of Graz and close to the borders of Slovenia...

Kur Camping Grimmingsicht is located in the enchanted landscape of the Ausseerland in the Styrian Salzkammergut. A site where Austrian hospitality is offered by the...

Set in a beautiful open alpine valley alongside an unspoilt rural lake in the southern part of the Steiermark region and on the slopes of...

Although not as well known as Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck, Graz in the southern province of Styria, is Austria’s second-largest city. This is a quiet...

Near the Slovenian border, close to the small town of Leibnitz, this site is set in the rolling wine-growing countryside of southeast Austria. A small...

Fürstenfeld is the last village, before the border, on the main route from Graz to Hungary. This site, although small with basic facilities, makes a...

Steiermark

From the mountains in the north to the rolling vineyards in the south, Steiermark, or Styria, is a diverse and historic region with evidence of human dwellings dating back to the Bronze Age and beyond. Its vast forests are ideal for walking during summer, while in winter its 741km of pistes attract skiers from far and wide. 

The region's capital, Graz is a university town with no fewer than six higher learning institutes. As such it has a lively atmosphere and a human diversity that matches the assortment of traditional and modern architecture throughout the city. Popular visitor destinations include the Kunsthaus, a museum of contemporary art, and Schlossberg hill, the site of a fortress and excellent vantage point. As a chic cultural centre, Graz also has a wealth of shopping streets and trendy restaurants that make it ideal for a city break.

Southern Styria is a romantic region with undulating hills and mile upon mile of leafy vineyards. Famous for both its wine and its pumpkin oil, it's Styria's epicurean centre and visitors are sure to find a warm welcome and hearty cuisine here.