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49 campsites in Italy, Trentino - Alto Adige

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Camping San Cristoforo

This part of Italy is becoming better known by those wishing to spend time by a lake in the splendid countryside, but away from the...

Camping Seiser Alm

What an amazing experience awaits you at Seiser Alm! Elisabeth and Erhard Mahlknecht have created a superb site in the magnificent Südtirol region of the...

Camping Cevedale

Nestled under a castle and close to a tiny village, Camping Cevedale has a European atmosphere with very little English spoken, however, you will be...

Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten

Nestled in the River Avisio valley at an altitude of 1,450 yards in Pozza di Fassa, The family-run Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten offers 158 touring pitches...

Caravan Park Sexten

Caravan Park Sexten is 1,520 metres above sea level and has 268 pitches, some very large and all with electricity (16A), TV connections and water...

Camping Lago di Levico

Camping Lago di Levico, by a pretty lakeside in the mountains, is the result of the merging of two popular sites. An impressive new reception...

Camping Punta Indiani

Punta Indiani is on a small peninsula on the northwestern shore of Lake Caldonazzo, one of the smaller and most easterly of the Italian lakes...

Camping Olympia

In the Dolomite mountains, Camping Olympia continues to maintain its high standards. The 300 pitches are set out in a regular pattern and the tall...

Camping Fae

A set of mountains rise from Camping Faè in the Italian province of Trentino: these peaks are the Brenta Dolomites, making up a landscape that...

Camping Vidor - Family & Wellness Resort

Camping Vidor - Family & Wellness Resort is a very smart, family-run site is in a beautiful mountainous setting and has the most fabulous infrastructure...

Camping Due Laghi

Due Laghi has a modern entrance and reception with very helpful and welcoming staff. This attractive site with flowers and trees is close to the...

Camping Mario Village

Camping Mario is a family site near the Lake Caldonazzo, one of the most attractive small Italian lakes where swimming, fishing and other water-based activities...

Waldcamping Naturns

Waldcamping Naturns is a family-owned site located in Naturno, South Tyrol, and the family that runs the place will do all they can to make...

Camping Valle Verde

Beautifully located in the Dolomites, at a height of just over 1,000 metres, Camping Valle Verde is an attractive family run site. There are 11...

Camping Fleiola

Celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2012, this family run campsite is attractively located on one of the smaller and most easterly of the Italian lakes...

Camping Al Sole

Lake Ledro is only 9 km. from Lake Garda, its sparkling waters and breathtaking scenery offering a low key alternative for those who enjoy a...

Camping Arquin

Camping Arquin is in the South Tirol (Alto Adige) where the majority of the population speak German. It is open from early March to mid...

Camping Latsch an der Etsch

Camping Latsch an der Etsch has splendid views to the surrounding mountains. Some of the 100 shaded touring pitches are alongside the river, others are...

Camping Laghi Di Lamar

Camping Laghi di Lamar is immersed in the marvellous Dolomite scenery at the foot of the Paganella massif, surrounded by luxuriant coniferous forests, at an...

Trentino - Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige is a region of mixed Austrian and Italian influences, and much of it has only been part of Italy since 1919. The landscape is dominated by the majestic Dolomites, snow-clad in winter and carpeted with Alpine plants in summer


Before 1919, Alto Adige was known as the South Tyrol and formed part of Austria. However, at the end of the First World War, Austria ceded it to the Italians. As a result there are marked cultural differences between the provinces as reflected in the cuisine, architecture and language (both German and Italian are spoken).

The landscape of Trentino-Alto Adige is dramatic and amongst the most beautiful in the country. With only a couple of snow-free months a year, the region is a winter sports haven, and there is also a good network of well established trails, which vary in length from a day’s walk to a two week trek or longer. Covering the whole Ortles range and topped by one of Europe’s largest glaciers is the Stelvio National Park. One of Italy’s major parks, it is popular with skiers, walkers and cyclists; the annual Giro d’Italia, Italy’s answer to the Tour de France, passes through here. It also boasts an abundant wildlife, with red deer, elk, chamois, golden eagles and ibex. There are several other parks in the region including the Panevéggio National Park, a predominantly forested area with numerous nature trails and a lake.

There are two provinces in the region: Bolzano and Trento. 


Places of interest


Bolzano: 15th-century church, archaeology museum with a 5,300-year-old preserved mummy.

Canazei: Mountainside town, good place for exploring the Dolomites.

Cembra: Wine producing town.

Merano: Attractive spa town.

Ortisei: Major centre for wood carving.

Roverto: 15th-century castle converted into a war museum.

Trento: Attractive town with 13th/15thcentury church, Romanesque cathedral, impressive city square.


Cuisine of the region

Apfel strudel

The food is a mix of Germanic and Italian influences. Traditional dishes include game and rabbit with polenta, sauerkraut, and sausages with horseradish sauce (salsa al cren). Desserts are often based on apples, pears or plums, readily available from the local orchards. The region also produces a variety of wines including the famous Pinot Grigios and Chardonnays.

Apfel strudel: Apple pastry.

Canederli: Bread dumplings flavoured with smoked ham.

Soffiato alla Trentino: Meringue trifle.

Strangolapreti: Bread and spinach gnocchi.