Camping in Tirol

33 in Austria, Tirol

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Mountain Camp Pitztal
Austria, Tirol, Jerzens

This is a small, unspoiled family run site set among the mountains in the Pitztal. It is an ideal base for walks in the Tirolean...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Camping Ötztal Arena
Austria, Tirol, Umhausen

This is a delightful site with lovely views, in the beautiful Ötz valley, on the edge of the village of Umhausen. Situated on a gentle...

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2021, 2016, 2015, 2014

Euro-Camp Wilder Kaiser
Austria, Tirol, Kössen

This well run site lies near the A8 and A12 autobahns, which offer easy access to this attractive location. The site sits at the foot...

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2018, 2016, 2015, 2014

Camping Eichenwald
Austria, Tirol, Stams

Camping Eichenwald is a small rural campsite in the Inn Valley area of the Tirol, 40 km. west of Innsbruck. The site lies on the...

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2016, 2015, 2014, 2013

Campingplatz Seewiese
Austria, Tirol, Lienz-Tristach

High above the village of Tristach and 5 km. from Lienz, this is a perfect location for a peaceful and relaxing holiday or as a...

Tirol

Perhaps the best-known area and the most easily accessible part of the country is the Tirol in the west. A charming region with picturesque valleys to explore, it offers a raft of outdoor activities year round and has some wonderful campsites to stay on.

Tirol is the ideal place to get immersed in Austrian culture. The people are fond of their traditions, and folk music evenings and various festivals take place all through the year. Late summer and early autumn see animals being driven back from the pastures to their winter homes; cattle are adorned with flowers and bells, and these events are often accompanied by food and entertainment. Locally produced schnaps is not to be missed on such occasions.

A centre for outdoor sports, Tirol is a spectacular destination for hiking, climbing and cycling during the summer months and a haven for snow sports during winter. Skiing and snowboarding aren't the only options - for those who prefer to stay off the pistes there is ice skating, tobogganing and snowtubing.