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Formerly known as Tranquil Pines, Koppany Pines Camping is in a quiet, rural part of Western Hungary, some 150 km. south-west of Budapest and 5...

This is a large international holiday village rather than just a campsite. Pleasantly decorated with flowers and shrubs, it offers a very wide range of...

This large Balatontourist site (16 hectares), on the southern shore of Lake Balaton, has a grassy beach almost 600 metres long which is also used...

Camping Napfény, an exceptionally good site, is designed for families with children of all ages looking for an active holiday, and has a 200 m...

Balatontourist Camping Strand Holiday, formerly two separate sites, stretches for over two kilometres along the north shore of Lake Balaton. As its name suggests, this...

A holiday anywhere on the shore of Lake Balaton almost equates to being beside the sea. With a length of 77 kilometres and a surface...

Zugligeti Niche is in the Buda Hills on the starting point of the former 58 tramline, of which the main building now houses the reception...

Campsites around Lake Balaton generally have the disadvantage of being close to the main road and/or the railway, as well as being extremely busy in...

This unusual 3.5 hectare site is on an island (accessed by a wooden bridge) on the Danube and is a convenient starting point for hikes...

Camping Lenti is one of a series of thermal spa campsites in the Hungarian-Slovenian-Austrian border region. It is a well established, well kept site with...

Helló Halló Park is situated on the edge of the small village of Erdötarcsa and is a good base for touring the beautiful countryside and...

Camping Haller is very much a city site, set in a park in the centre of Budapest. It has 100 pitches available for touring, on...

Camping Mediano is situated in a beautiful sunny valley in the Mecsek mountains, a region close to the southern borders of Hungary, well known for...

Máré Vára takes its name from an ancient castle situated on top of a hill, two kilometres away, where the German noble family of Mariën...

Fantázia Tanya is an informal, natural campsite 90 km. from Budapest. A Dutch couple began work here in 2004. They have beautifully renovated the house...

Castrum Keszthely is a three-hectare site on the southwest corner of Lake Balaton. Although it is next to the main road and a railway, and...

Situated three kilometres to the north of the town of Kiskunmajsa, a few kilometres west of road 5 (E75) from Budapest (140 km) to Szeged...

Baradla is located in one of the most beautiful Hungarian National Parks, the Aggteleki Nemzeti Park, within an hour’s drive of Hungary’s third largest town...

This good site lies at the foot of a hill with views of the vineyards, but Budapest is only 25 minutes away by bus. Concrete...

Thermal Camping Sárvár opened in 2006 and is the municipal site next to the impressive thermal spa. There are 89 pitches off of tarmac access...

Hungary

Situated at the heart of Europe, Hungary has a very distinct identity that it maintains fiercely. Bordered by no fewer than seven countries, it has been at the centre of political upheaval throughout its history, but despite this its rich heritage and customs continue to permeate its culture, particularly on festival days.

A camping holiday in Hungary is likely to take you to Lake Balaton, Central Europe’s largest lake and a popular destination for tourists. The silky green waters are ideal for water sports and the southern shores are a great place to bathe. The thermal lake at Hévíz, to the west of Lake Balaton, is the second largest hot water lake in the world, with a temperature of 32oC and soothing properties. To the north is Badacsony, an extinct volcano with fossilised lava columns and vineyards on its slopes.

A festival is never far away when you’re camping in Hungary. Budapest has a range of events all year round, with diverse celebrations occurring between May and September. Of particular cultural interest are the Danube Carnival taking place in June, which features traditional Hungarian folk dancers and a parade, and the Vajdahunyadvár Summer Festival, which takes place in July and August and presents classical music, swing and traditional Hungarian gypsy music.

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