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Camping in Slovakia

14 campsites in Slovakia

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This is a bustling Slovakian site beside the Liptovská Mara reservoir, also close to the Tatra Mountains which are popular for climbing, hiking and mountain...

At this lovely small site, with a very hospitable owner, you will have a magnificent view of the Tatras. There are 12 pitches; 6 of...

Lazy is a real mini site of ten hectares and only 15 pitches (ten with 4/6A electricity). This means pitches are up to 300 sq.m...

Salas Barca is close to the motorway that connects the E571 and the E71 south towards Hungary. It is therefore a useful site when travelling...

Autocamping Trusalová is situated right on the southern edge of the Malá Fatra National Park, northeast of the historic town of Martin which has much...

According to the owner, Mr Rusnák, this three-hectare campsite is one of the top ten sites in Slovakia and we agree. The site forms part...

Turiec is situated in northeast Slovakia, 1.5 kilometres from the small village of Vrutky, four kilometres north of Martin, at the foot of the Lucanska...

Trencin is an interesting town with a long history and is dominated by the partly restored castle which towers high above. The small site with...

Autocamping Recent itself is rather basic but it is located close to the interesting town of Zvolen where you can visit Zvolen Castle and stroll...

Stara Hora has a beautiful location on the Orava artificial lake. It is in the northeast of Slovakia in the Tatra Mountains and attracts visitors...

Bratislava undoubtedly has charm, being on the Danube and having a number of interesting buildings and churches in its centre. However, industry around the city...

This site is 1.5 kilometres south of the most important spa in the Slovak Republic and lies in a quiet forest setting on the shores...

If you are travelling through Slovakia from Hungary to Poland and looking for a night stop or exploring the central Slovak area, Neresnica is well...

Slovakia

Encircled by no fewer than five countries, Slovakia has only recently celebrated independence, but despite its many cultural influences it has a strong identity of its own. This is apparent in its folklore, which has its most powerful manifestation in the nationwide Folklore Festival.

Camping in Slovakia gives you easy access to the country’s diverse countryside: the soaring peaks of the Tatras in the north, the Danubian lowland in the southwest and the extraordinary caves such as the Dobšinská Ice Cave in the east. Consequently there are lots of opportunities for outdoor activities such as caving, walking and skiing.

One of Slovakia’s most interesting locations is Banská Štiavnica, the country’s oldest mining town set in a volcanic landscape. Once a significant source of gold and silver, it is now rich with museums and churches, and offers an insight into the country’s history.

The campsites in Slovakia provide a great base to enjoy all the country has to offer. Choose between Alan Rogers inspected and selected sites and alternatives in each region, and select a pitch or accommodation to complete your search.