Camping in South Tyrol: our insider tips

There is so much variety here

South Tyrol is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. And for good reason! The region does not only inspire with its Alpine mountains – its many sides make it so incomparable: Mediterranean warmth meets high Alpine temperatures, rugged mountain peaks meet lush Alpine meadows, historic towns meet quaint villages, deep blue mountain lakes meet dark green olive groves, South Tyrolean home cooking meets Italian culinary delights. Did you know that South Tyrol has the highest density of Michelin stars in Italy?

The best way to experience this diversity is, without a doubt, by camping. And so that you know what you can’t miss and where you should stop, we have a few exclusive “camping in South Tyrol” insider tips for you!
The highlights of the region

Camping in South Tyrol insider tips

Experience a land of diversity and contrasts

Mountains, lakes, panoramas
What is your dream?
Is there anything better than sitting outside your campervan on a warm evening with a glass of wine? Is it your dream to wake up with a view of a glistening lake? Or would you like to feel the clear mountain air as it fills your lungs with every breath?

Camping by the lake
Camping in the mountains
365 days a year
Camping in every season
Do you fancy white-covered peaks and blossoming, fragrant apple trees? Do you want to dive into mountain lakes and go on action-packed bike tours? Are you looking forward to a magnificent view and culinary events? Or do you want to experience a true wonderland on and off the slopes?

Camping in spring
Camping in summer
Camping in autumn
Camping in winter
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Camping holidays with your children
Pure family fun and adventure
Feel connected to nature. Go on a tour of discovery. Fall asleep under the stars. Family camping holidays are extremely popular. Between unforgettable landscapes, picturesque lakes, and magnificent mountain scenery, numerous family-friendly campsites await!

Camping with the family
In close contact with nature
National parks and nature parks
South Tyrol has made it its mission to become the most sustainable region in the Alps. This is why our national parks and nature parks are so important to us, and we have quite a few: Stilfserjoch National Park, Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park, Texel Group Nature Park, Puez-Geisler Nature Park, Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, Trudner Horn Nature Park, Drei Zinnen Nature Park, Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park.

When you visit these parks, don’t forget the motto: experience, understand and conserve nature.

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Wellness camping
A paradise on earth
Especially relaxing, especially close to nature, especially varied. There is nothing better than relaxing in the sauna or whirlpool after a day in the mountains. We have found the most beautiful campsites with wellness areas and have put together a few insider tips in South Tyrol for you!

Discover wellness camping
Campsites for your holiday in South Tyrol
Discover our campsites and pitches
Fiè allo Sciliar
San Valentino alla Muta St.Valentin a.d.H.
Montiggl | Eppan
Sand in Taufers/ Campo Tures
Pfelders/Moos in Passeier - Plan/Moso in Passiria
Klobenstein Ritten
Antholz Obertal
St. Valentin a.d.H
Kurtatsch a. d. W.
San Vigilio di Marebbe
Prad am Stilfserjoch
Saltaus/St. Martin - Saltusio/S. Martino
St. Leonhard in Passeier/S. Leonardo in Passiria
Camping Südtirol tipsExperience a land of great variety and fascinating contrasts
An enchanting valley of rows of vineyards, a dense network of hiking trails and landscapes where time seems to stand still. Your camping passion here will make you experience immense joys and collect unique memories!
Regenerating, stress-free, with activities in every season. If you are in the mood for a holiday amidst boundless alpine pastures, lakes in unspoilt scenery and extraordinary peaks, then you absolutely must go to the 'green valley', as it has been dubbed!
Magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site where camping turns into a particularly idyllic experience. Priceless sunrises and sunsets tinting the Pale Mountains with fiery hues!
From the Reschenpass to the village of Naturns, the camp sites in the Vinschgau valley are kissed by the sun. An area dotted with orchards, while high above you can admire the perennial glaciers of the Ortler Group and the peaks of the Ötztaler Alps. What fascinating contrasts!
Meran and its environs
The mild climate, Alpine-Mediterranean landscapes, natural surprises amidst conifers and palm trees, the spa town and the mountainous backdrop that towers proudly all around. Against this backdrop, camping is a truly exclusive enjoyment!
Bolzano and its environs
Natural scenery of rare fascination, Mittel-European charm, many opportunities for recreation and the magnificent South Tyrolean Wine Route, in which you can lose yourself carefree. Camping of the highest class!

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