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94 campsites in Switzerland

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This friendly and ever-popular site has a very imposing and dramatic situation in a steep valley with a fine view of the Jungfrau at the...

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Manor Farm continues to be popular with British and Dutch visitors, being located in one of the traditional touring areas of Switzerland. The flat terrain...

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Considered by many to be the best family campsite in Switzerland, Campofelice Camping Village borders Lake Maggiore and the Verzasca estuary, where the site has...

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Gemeinde Camping Erlach is a lakeside site within walking distance of the small town of Erlach, west of Bern. There's a small beach backed by...

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Alpenblick is an all-year site in a stunning setting, located at the heart of the Bernese Oberland just 100 metres from the beautiful Lake Thun...

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Hotel Camping Sutz am Bielersee has a variety of pitches suitable for caravans and motorhomes and idyllic meadows which are just right for camping. Over...

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Situated right beside Lake Neuchâtel in Switzerland, Camping La Nouvelle Plage is the perfect site for active holidaymakers as it offers families a chance to...

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This lovely site is some 6 km. off the main road along a steep wooded valley, through which flows the Doub on its brief excursion...

This popular site is in a quiet location with fantastic views of the dramatic mountains of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau. Neat, orderly and well-maintained, the...

Camping Simplonblick is a fairly small, traditional-style campsite close to the beautiful Valais mountains. The site makes a great base for cycling or walking in...

The Rhône Valley is a popular through route to Italy via the Simplon Pass and a holiday region in its own right. Gemmi is a...

Camping de Molignon, surrounded by mountains, is a peaceful haven 1,450 m. above sea level. The rushing stream at the bottom of the site and...

Camping Lugano is a modern south-facing site leading onto Lake Lugano. It must rank as one of the better sites in Switzerland for a complete...

In the heart of the village of Churwalden on the Chur - Saint Moritz road, Pradafenz makes a convenient night stop and being amidst the...

Situated close to the Klosters-Davos road and the nearby town of Landquart, this deep valley campsite provides a comfortable night stop near the A13 motorway...

If you’re looking for a simple campsite set amidst glorious scenery and well-placed for exploring the area's possibilities for outdoor activities, then here it is...

Camping Zürich is a smallish site only 4.5 km. from the centre of the city, in a pleasant situation, but with more demands on space...

Saint Cassian, owned and managed by three generations of the Nadig family, caters mainly for static holiday caravans, but has some room for touring units...

Lucerne is a very popular city in central Switzerland, and nearby Camping Sempach is an ideal base from which to visit the city and explore...

Meride is a small village in the extreme south of Switzerland close to the Italian border and not far from the A2/N2 motorway. The site...

Switzerland

Snowy peaks and precipitous valleys make camping in Switzerland a nature lover’s dream. Bordered by France, Austria, Italy and Germany, this small country has drawn visitors from far and wide for centuries with its diverse traditions and remarkable scenery.

Conceptions of Switzerland go hand in hand with images of the Matterhorn, said to be the most photographed mountain in the world. This soaring peak is often snow capped even in summer and towers above the pretty town of Zermatt, a popular ski resort.

It goes without saying that a camping holiday in Switzerland is sure to include outdoor activities. There’s paragliding, mountaineering and climbing for the thrill seekers, or for those inclined to more leisurely activities, golf, fly fishing and walking. The forested slopes of the Alps are an excellent place to discover the country’s flora and fauna, from the pine trees and alpine flowers to chamois and birds of prey.

Swiss cuisine varies depending on whether you’re in the French, German or Italian speaking areas. Fondue is perhaps its most famous dish, but you can also enjoy Zopf, a speciality bread and saffron risotto.  

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