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Enjoy your Camping Holiday in Tirol
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 a moderate climate, such that it is the ideal base for a camping holiday all year round. Contact LUX-camp for more information on luxury camping in Tirol today! See more

Camping in Tirol - Austria

About Camping in Tirol (Innsbruck)

Why Should I Camp in Tirol (Innsbruck)?

Prestigious, central European location

Unrivalled Alpine landscape

Comfortable, well appointed mobile home accommodation

Natural, cultural and historical attractions

The history of Tirol as a human settlement dates back thousands of years but, following World War I, the state was divided into northern and southern parts, separated by the backbone of the Alps, known as the Alpine Divide. North Tirol was assigned to the Republic of Austria, but following invasion by the Third Reich in 1938, did not come back under Austrian control until 1955, when the country was re-established as a sovereign state.

The Most Popular Campsites in Tirol (Innsbruck)

Natterer See Campsite

Natterer See is a holiday camping site situated south of the provincial capital city, Innsbruck, just 4 miles away from the city centre. The luxury camping site offers comfortable mobile home accommodation with panoramic views over fantastic Tyrolean mountain scenery. Facilities include a bistro bar, a cinema, a supermarket and a private swimming pool.

Professionally trained staff are on hand to provide family entertainment whatever the weather. During the spring, summer and autumn, guests can take advantage of free guided walks, complete with free hiking boots and backpacks, along the 750-mile labyrinth of trails that surround the luxury camping site. During winter, cross-country and downhill skiing,

Nature and Attractions in Tirol

Nature in Tirol (Innsbruck)

The unrivalled landscape of Tirol hides many natural wonders and camping in Tirol allows guests to reconnect with nature without abandoning their home comforts. Tirol is home to five nature parks in all, including the wild, primeval landscape of the Hohe Tauern National Park, with its unique flora and fauna.

Attractions in Tirol (Innsbruck)

Tirol is a congruous blend of the past and present. Innsbruck is one of the most popular centres for winter sports in central Europe and played host to the Winter Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976. Nevertheless, the old town of Innsbruck has narrow streets lined with some fine examples of medieval architecture. Popular tourist attractions include the Golden Roof, the Hofburg, the Franciscan, or Court, Church and the Tirolean Folk Art Museum.

Food, Drink and Culture

Tirol offers a fine selection of places to eat and drink and takes great pride in its local produce, which features on the menu of any eatery bearing the “Tiroler Wirtshaus” logo. Look out for regional specialities such as kasspatzln (literally “little cheese sparrows”), which are soft egg noodles covered with grated cheese and apfelradln (literally “apple wheels”), which are battered, deep-fried apple rings sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.