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Camping in Tirol

35 campsites in Austria, Tirol

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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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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...

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...

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...

Camping Innsbruck Kranebitterhof is set on steep terraces and is easily reached from the A12. Being only 5 km. West of Innsbruck it is suitable...

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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...

Camping & Appartements Seehof is a family run site and excellent in every respect. It is situated in a marvellous sunny and peaceful location on...

This well kept site with 150 touring pitches and good facilities is suitable both as a base for longer stays and also for overnight stops...

This pleasant Tirol site is neat and friendly with family owners who offer a warm welcome and a variety of outdoor activities. Formerly a farm...

This is one of many Tirol campsites that cater equally for summer and winter (here seemingly more for winter when a reservation is essential). Tirol...

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...

This child friendly, family run site is in a beautiful location near the Krummsee. There are 130 pitches (80-120 sq.m; 99 for touring units) all...

Zell-am-Ziller is in the heart of the Zillertal valley, about as far as is comfortable for caravans, and centred around an unusual 18th-century church noted...

The small hamlet of Amlach is south of the busy town of Lienz, in the eastern Tirol, and is surrounded by mountain peaks. Dolomiten-Camping is...

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2018

Camping Sölden is a beautifully planned, family run site located deep within the Ötztaler Alps, and open for both summer and winter seasons. Pitches are...

Erlebnis-Comfort-Camping Aufenfeld is an outstanding site, situated in a wide mountain valley with fine views and first class facilities. The main area of the site...

At Camping Schwarzsee the extensive space on offer makes the site so unique. In addition, the site boasts a comprehensive range of additional services from...

Four thousand feet above sea level, Ötztaler Naturcamping is set in a clearing among the pines and towering mountains of the Ötz valley. Mostly level...

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...

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...

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.