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Camping Holiday in Valais

What better way to experience the Alpine air, the miles of rolling meadows, the lakes and mountains of Valais, than in camping luxury? The mobile homes at LUX-camp's holiday camping sites comfort and convenience, in some of the most beautiful landscapes Switzerland has to offer.

Camping Holiday in Valais
What better way to experience the Alpine air, the miles of rolling meadows, the lakes and mountains of Valais, than in camping luxury? The mobile homes at LUX-camp's holiday camping sites comfort and convenience, in some of the most beautiful landscapes Switzerland has to offer.

Camping Valais - All the best campsites

All about Valais

Why choose Canton of Valais for a camping holiday?

Mountain views

Sports and activities

Birds, plants, and wildlife

Situated in the southwest of Switzerland, the canton, or district, of Valais is close to the borders with Italy and France. The Rhone valley runs through the canton, ending at the edge of Lake Geneva. Valais is famous for its mountains, including the iconic Matterhorn, and offers many tourist attractions.

The most popular campsites in Valais & the area around the campsite

Bella Tola Campsite

A luxury camping site in a quiet location, Bella-Tola offers easy access to all the attractions of the Valais. A large pool and smaller children's pool, both heated, with a poolside bar, restaurant, and shady lawn make lazy days at the holiday camping site as much fun as exploring the region.

 Matterhorn

Enjoy luxury camping within sight of the imposing Matterhorn. The resort town of Zermatt and numerous mountain villages make this a great area to experience local crafts and gastronomy.

Lake Geneva

The area around Lake Geneva is popular with campers for its spectacular views, with sky and mountains reflected in the water's surface. There are pretty towns and villages, as well as the possibility to enjoy boat trips on the lake.

Attractions in Valais

Everyone can enjoy the mountains, either as scenery or up close. There are walking, cycling and climbing routes for all levels of fitness and experience, while passes like the Susten are popular with drivers and motorcyclists.

Try hang gliding for some truly breathtaking views, or see the meadows from a cable car or train. You can even ski in the middle of summer on the Matterhorn glacier.