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Camping in Austria - All the top campsites in Austria

Austria is a small alpine nation that can be found in Central Europe and is bordered by a large number of nations such as Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Italy. However, Austria has managed to retain its own unique culture and history. While hiking in the Alps is a popular activity amongst visitors who book a mobile home in the summer months, Austria is the winter sports capital of Europe and most visitors choose to stay in one of the stunning LUX-camps that can be found nestled in the Alps to experience skiing.

Camping in Austria - All the top campsites in Austria
Austria is a small alpine nation that can be found in Central Europe and is bordered by a large number of nations such as Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Italy. However, Austria has managed to retain its own unique culture and history. While hiking in the Alps is a popular activity amongst visitors who book a mobile home in the summer months, Austria is the winter sports capital of Europe and most visitors choose to stay in one of the stunning LUX-camps that can be found nestled in the Alps to experience skiing.
List of most popular destinations in Austria (5)
Styria
Styria is a region within the central portion of Austria that is home to historic cities, a rich culture and breathtaking examples of nature. It...
Styria is a region within the central portion of Austria...
  • Located in southeast of Austria
  • The green heart of Austria
  • Gentle hills and wineyards
1 available campsite
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Carinthia
Carinthia occupies the south-eastern corner of Austria. With it’s warm summers and over 200 sparkling lakes, Carinthia promises a camping holiday full of swimming and...
Carinthia occupies the south-eastern corner of Austria. With it’s warm...
  • The lake offers a variety of water sports
  • Full of swimming and sunbathing opportunities
  • 200 sparkling lakes
5 available campsites
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Tyrol
Tirol, in western Austria, is wholly Alpine in character and, as such, a perennially popular choice for skiing holidays. However, the capital city, Innsbruck, enjoys...
Tirol, in western Austria, is wholly Alpine in character and,...
  • Visit the capital city of Innsbruck
  • Majestic mountain landscape
  • Countless outdoor activities
1 available campsite
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Burgenland
Salzburgerland
A LUX-camp in Austria's beautiful Salzburg/Zell am See area is an excellent choice for holidaymakers hoping to explore Mozart's home town Salzburg, the lovely mountains,...
A LUX-camp in Austria's beautiful Salzburg/Zell am See area is...
  • Beautiful Alpine region
  • Day-trip to Salzburg
  • Exquisite architecture & culture
1 available campsite
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Camping Austria

Experience the Camping Holiday of a Lifetime in Austria

What Makes Camping in Austria So Special?

Stunning alpine scenery

A great setting for winter sports

Summer hiking and trekking opportunities

Unique culture and history

Fascinating towns and cities to explore

This stunning nation boasts one of the most diverse landscapes in the whole of Europe and people who enjoy exploring the Great Outdoors will really be in their element in Austria. A wide range of sports are possible here, from fishing and boating to skiing and rock climbing. The nation’s towns and cities combine rich history and culture with excellent amenities and are also great places to spend time.

The Most Popular Regions of Austria to Camp in

Salzburger

This is one of the smallest states in Austria and is home to just half a million people. Salzburger is home to the city of Salzburg as well as a large number of other settlements as well as the picturesque Hohe Tauern National Park. People who stay in a luxury camping site will be able to ride the cable car to the impressive Salzburg Castle and explore the area’s pretty lakes.

Styria

Staying in the luxury accommodation in a LUX-camp will give visitors plenty of time to soak up the state’s scenery from the comfort of one of the impressive hot spring.

Styria is also steeped in rich history and boasts a large number of castles and other buildings, many of which date back to Roman times.

Tirol

This historical region is set right in the heart of the Alps and serves as a good base for hiking and trekking. Visitors staying here will be able to spend their days wandering through the countryside to admire stunning lakes and traditional castles during the day before unwinding in the evening with a glass or two of locally brewed beer.

Beaches and Nature in Austria

Although there are no beaches in Austria, this tiny landlocked nation is simply bursting with natural beauty. Surprisingly, a number of stretches of sand can be found along major rivers and these often serve as makeshift beaches in the summer months.

One of the things about Austria that nature lovers are sure to appreciate is that despite the small size of the country, the landscape is extremely diverse. People who go on hiking and trekking trips through the country are sure to discover plenty of alpine valleys as well as river gorges, glaciers, vineyards, farmland and wooded foothi

Attractions, Weather and Climate in Austria

Attractions in Austria

The range of attractions that are waiting to be explored in Austria are both diverse and enchanting. While most people are attracted to the country by its nature beauty, the rich history and culture of the country is sure to intrigue visitors. Some of the most famous attractions in Austria include Stephansdom, Cathedral at Saint Jacob, Schloss Hellbrunn and Hohensalzburg Fortress.

Weather and Climate

Austria has a continental climate and with no ocean breezes to moderate the temperatures in this landlocked nation, summers tend to be hot, while winters are often very cold with temperatures falling below zero. Lovers of luxury camping will be able to experience the intense natural beauty of Austria all year round.

Attractions, Weather and Climate in Austria

Food, Drink and Culture

Austria cuisine tends to be very hearty and neat and bread play a starring role in most dishes. Eating, drinking and making merry are popular pastimes in Austria and visitors will find an excellent range of evening entertainment options to choose from while they spend time exploring the country.

While at first glance Austrian culture may appear to be rather similar to that in neighbouring Germany, visitors will soon discover that the tiny nation also shares several traits with many of the other countries that surround it.