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Camping in South Bohemia

14 campsites in Czech Republic, South Bohemia

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Autocamp Trebon offers a happy Czech atmosphere especially around the bar/restaurant and is located on a lake where swimming, surfing and boating (the site rents...

Camping Olsina is a part wooded site, with direct access to Lake Lipno and within walking distance of the pretty lakeside village of Cerná v...

Camping Frymburk is beautifully located on the Lipno lake in southern Bohemia and is an ideal site. From this site, activities could include walking, cycling...

Camping Chvalsiny is Dutch-owned and has been developed from an old farm into real camping fields which are terraced and level. The pitches are of...

This small, peaceful, rural site is located in South Bohemia and is situated by the River Luznici, next to the small village of Kolodeje nad...

This good site is owned by the local auto club and managed by enthusiastic volunteers. It surrounds a lake and is near a small river...

Bordering a quiet lake in a peaceful valley, Camping Vidlak offers only 50 pitches each over 150 sq.m. all with 10A electricity. The owners live...

Located in the little hamlet of Kostelec, finding this site is not straightforward, although there are campsite signs from the town of Tyn nad Vltavou...

A peaceful, nature-oriented campsite, Kovarna stands in the grounds of a former pioneers’ camp in a beautiful river valley between densely forested hills. With an...

Camping Paradijs is a small, quiet, family run site in a natural setting beside the River Vltava. It has several stone-ringed fireplaces for camp fires...

Opportunities for campers who enjoy a naturist lifestyle are extremely limited within the Czech Republic. We have explored all the possibilities and feel that this...

The medieval city of Ceské Budejovice is the home of Budweiser beer and is also an industrial centre. It lies on the River Vltava with...

This site on the banks of Lake Lipno is on a little peninsula connected to the mainland by a bridge. It is just outside Horní...

South Bohemia

Just as Prague Castle belongs to the panorama of Prague, and the dominant Jested viewing tower belongs to the panorama of the Liberec region, so do the ponds, fish and fishermen, belong to the scenery of South Bohemia. This is a region rich in unique historical sights. The breathtakingly beautiful town of Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and countless villages have maintained their traditional beauty.