Camping in spring in South Tyrol

The best of both worlds

The sun shines, the meadows glisten happily in the morning dew, and the snow sparkles on the mountains. When spring arrives in South Tyrol, the mountain and valley landscape awakens to new life and invites you to enjoy an unforgettable camping holiday!

While the temperature climbs to a comfortable 20 degrees in some places in March, perfect snow conditions often still prevail in the mountains. It is warmest in the areas around Meran, Bolzano, and the Vinschger Sonnenberg mountain. The apple trees are in full bloom, and the conditions are ideal for the first hiking and biking tours. Nevertheless, winter lingers at the Dolomiti Superski ski carousel, in Sulden, on Watles, the Schnals glacier, and in Schöneben. There, the perfect slope conditions can be enjoyed to the fullest until March and April. Doesn’t camping in spring sound wonderful?
Campsites and pitches
Your camping holiday in South Tyrol
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
A feast for all senses

Every holiday region has its own charm

Camping in South Tyrol in spring

Spectacle of nature
The spring blossom
Around Meran, in Vinschgau and on the apple plateau of Natz-Schabs, the orchards are transformed into a sea of white and pink blossoms. On a hike along the Waalwege paths or from March onwards on a bike tour on the Sonnenberg mountain, you can experience the spectacle with all your senses.
Culinary delights
The speciality weeks
Your physical well-being will certainly not be neglected as you enjoy spring camping in South Tyrol: the Kastelbell and Terlan Asparagus Weeks start in the south, “Eisacktaler Kost” in Eisacktal, skiing and culinary bliss in Alta Badia and Pustertal, and Gourmet Weeks take place at Kronplatz.
Pure nature
The waterfalls
The waterfalls put on a particularly fascinating show in spring as tens of thousands of litres of water tumble down into the valley as the snow melts. The Schlanders and Partschins waterfalls in Vinschgau, the gorge trail in Martelltal, the Barbian waterfalls in Eisacktal and the waterfall trail in Pflerschtal near Brenner are just a few of the highlights.
Camping Südtirol tipsExperience a land of great variety and fascinating contrasts
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.
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.
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!
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!
Augustiner Chorherrenstift
The Augustinian Canons’ Monastery of Novacella has been an important cultural center. The structures and artworks dating from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era testify the varied history.

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