Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Jihocesky, Chvalsiny
Alan Rogers Review
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 average size but look more substantial because of the open nature of the terrain, which also means there is little shade. Chvalsiny is a real family site, and children are kept occupied with painting, crafts and stories. Older youngsters take part in soccer, volleyball and rafting competitions. The location in the middle of the Blanky Les nature reserve, part of the vast Sumava forest, provides excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and fishing. It also has a rich culture and heritage. You can visit the charming UNESCO world heritage registered village of Cesky Krumlov with its impressive castle and scenic centre is the most important.
Modern, clean and well kept toilet facilities include washbasins in cabins and controllable showers (coin operated). Family showers and baby room. Laundry. Motorhome services. Kiosk (1/6-13/9) with bread and daily necessities. Snack bar (1/6-15/9). Lake swimming. Outdoor pool. Climbing equipment and swings. Crafts, games and soccer (July/Aug). Play attic. Recreation hall (used in bad weather and for film nights). Animal farm. Torches useful. WiFi (free).
Take exit 114 at Passau in Germany (near the Austrian border) towards Freyung in the Czech Republic. Continue on this road to Philipsreut and take no. 4 road towards Vimperk. Turn right on no. 39 road to Horni Plana and Cesky Krumlov. Turn left 4 km. before Cesky Krumlov on no. 166 to Chvalsiny and follow site signs through the village.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N48 51 20||W14 12 30|