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Top camping destinations in Germany

Germany is the largest country in Central Europe and boasts several areas of stunning natural beauty as well as fascinating cities to explore. Booking a holiday in Germany via LUX-camp allows holidaymakers to take their pick from a wide range of excellent locations that come complete with a full range of amenities and facilities.

Top camping destinations in Germany
Germany is the largest country in Central Europe and boasts several areas of stunning natural beauty as well as fascinating cities to explore. Booking a holiday in Germany via LUX-camp allows holidaymakers to take their pick from a wide range of excellent locations that come complete with a full range of amenities and facilities.
List of most popular destinations in Germany (8)
Rhineland-Palatinate
Rhineland-Palatinate
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany....
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany....
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Lower Saxony
Lower Saxony
Lower Saxon is a state located within the northern portion of Germany. A varied climate, stunningly untouched landscapes and historic villages are a few of...
Lower Saxon is a state located within the northern portion...
  • Situated in northwestern Germany
  • Discover the natural heritage
  • Visit the Harz mountains
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Hessen
Hessen
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Hesse in Germany....
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Hesse in Germany....
2 available campsites
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Bavaria
Bavaria
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Bavaria in Germany....
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Bavaria in Germany....
3 available campsites
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Hamburg
Hamburg
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Hamburg in Germany....
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Hamburg in Germany....
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North Rhine-Westphalia
North Rhine-Westphalia
The region of North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the most interesting in Germany, and with numerous cathedrals and ancient buildings will particularly appeal to lovers...
The region of North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the most...
  • Cultural cities & historic towns
  • Beautiful hiking trails
  • Museums, theatres, opera
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Black Forest
Black Forest
The southern part of Germany boasts rich culture and natural beauty that appeals to visitors from all over Europe. This part of the country is...
The southern part of Germany boasts rich culture and natural...
  • In the southwest of Germany
  • Visit Hohenzollern Castle
  • Germany’s biggest theme park
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Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in Germany....
Enjoy the beauty off the nature of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in...
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Camping in Germany

Experience the Camping Holiday of a Lifetime in Germany

What Makes Camping in Germany So Special?

Exciting cities to explore

Discover the unique German culture

Stunning beaches to unwind on

Go hiking through the Black Forest

Experience traditional cultural events

Germany is famous for its old world charm and the country’s towns and villages are enchanting places to explore. People who arrange to stay in a luxury camping site close to one of the nation’s traditional towns are sure to receive a warm welcome. The country also boasts large areas of enchanting natural beauty and the natural attractions here range from the beautiful Bavarian Alps to the wonders of the Black Forest that makes Germany the perfect place for nature lovers to take a camping holiday

The Most Popular Regions of Germany to Camp in

Bavaria

This is the largest region of German and can be found in the southeast of the country. Bavaria is home to the stunning Bavarian Alps as well as popular cities like Munich and Nuremberg. People who book accommodation in this part of the country will be able to spend their days hiking and trekking before unwinding in style in the evening.

Baden Württemberg

This pretty part of Germany is home to the Black Forest and is a popular destination among people who enjoy spending their days hiking and trekking.

This region is also home to the city of Stuttgart with its numerous cultural treasures as well as a large number of historical castles and the impressive Lake Constance, which is an excellent place to take part in a wide range of aquatic activities.

North Germany

This part of the country boasts dramatic windswept hills and a large number of stunning sandy beaches. Many of the campsites that offer mobile home accommodation in North Germany come complete with private beach access the is ideal for people who want to spend their days soaking up the sun. Other attractions that are just waiting to be discovered in North Germany include the large and lovely Harz Nature Park, the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park and the cities of Hamburg and Hanover.

Beaches and Nature in Germany

The northern part of Germany boasts a long coastline that is lapped by the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. Sun worshippers will find an excellent number of sites that offer luxury camping close to the beach, while other areas of natural beauty such as the Black Forest, the picturesque East Frisian Islands and the Middle Rhine Valley.

Visitors who have their own transportation can also spend time driving along the well named Romantic Road, which runs for around four hundred kilometers through south Germany and passes many of the area’s most impressive attractions such as historical castles and palaces.

Attractions in Germany

The range of attractions in Germany is as diverse as the country itself and includes historical castles, vibrant cities, dense forests and large lakes. No trip to Germany would be complete without spending time visiting some of Germany’s stunning historical castles such as the Neuschwanstein Castle.

The walled city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber with its picturesque medieval centre serves as a good example of traditional German charm, while Berlin is a unique city that is just waiting to be discovered.

Food, Culture, Weather and Climate

Food, Drink and Culture

Germany is famous for its beer and visitors will want to spend the evening in a traditional German beer house sampling locally produced beer served with German sausages, sauerkraut and black bread. The culture in Germany is richly varied depending on the region and each part of the country is influenced by its neighbouring nations. Annual cultural festivals that are held in major cities such as Berlin, Frankfurt and Hamburg offer an interesting insight into the history and culture of Germany.

Weather and Climate

Germany has a temperate seasonal climate that is dominated by humid winds. In coastal areas temperatures tend to be more moderate, while in other parts of the country summers are often rather hot and humid, while temperatures can reach below freezing in the winter months.