Camping in Eisacktal

An overview of all the campsites

If you are looking for a wonderful natural landscape, varied activities, a bit of city flair, and countless culinary events, we recommend staying at a campsite in Eisacktal. There is a lot to offer here for everyone and in every season!

If you travel to Eisacktal in spring, you can expect the best of both worlds: The best snow conditions still prevail in the mountains, while the temperatures in the valley are pleasantly mild. The orchards are in full bloom and invite you to go for a walk. In summer, you can escape the Mediterranean temperatures by setting out for the Rodeneck and Villander Alm Alpine pastures. Eisacktal is also a good place to spend time in winter: Snowshoe hikes, tobogganing, and cross-country skiing await you, as do the Plose, Rosskopf, Gitschberg-Jochtal, and Ratschings-Jaufen ski areas. No matter what kind of holiday you are searching for, in Eisacktal, you can look forward to an unforgettable holiday all year round.

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Discover South TyrolA holiday that keeps every promise
The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
Colorful plants from all around the world thrive and bloom in Trauttmansdorff’s more than eighty garden landscapes. Ideal for both children and adults as well as for botany experts and laymen alike, the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle is a unique blend of botanical garden and recreational attraction.
Messner Mountain Museum
6 places - 6 experiences
The Messner Mountain Museum is a place of encounter with the mountains and with mountain people. Every visit is like a mountain tour and a MMM round trip (with the MMM Tour Ticket) is a unique experience!
Ötzi the Iceman
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
At the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Ötzi and his artefacts have been exhibited since 1998. Experience the fascination of Ötzi for yourself!
Dolomiti Superski
A harmonious carousel with 16 skiing areas and state of-the-art lift facilities with a good 1,200 km of daily groomed slopes, and sunny slopes you just can’t wait to get your skis gliding over.
Benedictine Abbey Marienberg
The museum “ora et labora” of the Benedictine Abbey Marienberg houses various exhibitions with items from the monastery collection. These objects tell stories and anecdotes about the life in the monastery, the everyday life of the monks today and about their activities throughout the centuries.

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