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Bavaria, Germany
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Camping in Bavaria Germany

Camping Bavaria

Bavaria, the largest state in Germany, is an area of diverse landscapes but, from the Wetterstein Mountains in Upper Bavaria to the Bavarian Forest in Lower Bavaria, each region has its own local charm. Bavaria boasts literally hundreds of campsites, many of which are family friendly, with swimming pools and other facilities for children. LuxCamp aims to bring you the crème de la crème of luxury camping in Bavaria, so why not book your next camping with us today?

Learn more about Bavaria

We know Bavaria!

Many items thought to be typically German (oompah music, beer gardens and lederhosen, for example) actually originated in Bavaria. So a camping holiday will provide you and family with unique opportunities to sample local culture, including the typically hearty, rustic cuisine of the region.

Why choose a camping holiday in Bavaria?

Almost every luxury camping site in Bavaria overlooks a natural attraction of some kind, so “wild” Bavaria is, quite literally, on the doorstep of your mobile home. Bavaria lies in the continental climate zone so, while there are four distinct seasons, most of the year is pleasantly warm and sunny. Outdoor activities include cycling, hiking, swimming and water sports, and you can also enjoy:

  • Diverse, rustic landscapes, including forests, lakes and mountains
  • Average summer temperatures between 25ºC and 30ºC
  • Typical German “Gemutlichkeit”, which translates as friendliness or geniality

Explore Bavaria

Munich, the Bavarian capital, is famous for its annual Oktoberfest and as a centre for arts and culture, but most Bavarians still live in small towns. Consequently, Bavaria as a whole is an eclectic mixture of tradition and modernity. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, at the foot of Zugspitze, the tallest mountain in Germany, is a popular tourist destination, as are the Allgäuer Alps, near the Austrian border. Of course, no trip to Bavaria would be complete without a trip to the fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein, built by “Mad” King Ludwig.