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Campsite Tyrol Austria

If you choose to camp in Tyrol, then you are choosing to camp in one of the most beautiful regions in Austria. The region boasts a breathtaking mountain landscape of enormous peaks, romantic lakes and green Alpine meadows. A campsite is the perfect place to enjoy the beautiful countryside. Tyrol is a fantastic destination for camping!

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Campsites in Tyrol

Tyrol promises a fantastic holiday whether you choose to visit in summer or winter! In the winter, you can enjoy skiing adventures in winter sport resorts such as Nauders, St. Anton and Gerlos.

Tyrol extends over the Italian border to South Tyrol, better known as the Dolomites, a magnificent area for an adventurous camping holiday!

Activities and sights in Tyrol

There is plenty going on around your campsite in Tyrol. Make sure to visit the city of Innsbruck, enjoy water sports on one of the many lakes and hike through the beautiful countryside. There is a wealth of opportunity!

  • Innsbruck
    The principal city of Tyrol is certainly worth a visit from your campsite. Innsbruck boasts a beautiful city centre featuring a number of historical buildings, delightful restaurants and shops.
  • Water sports
    A holiday in Tyrol is a great time for fun on the water! You could choose to enjoy rafting, sailing or canoeing or just enjoy a swim in one of the area’s many lakes. The largest lake in the region is Lake Achen.
  • Hiking
    Hiking in Tyrol is almost certainly the best way to enjoy the area’s beautiful countryside. The High Tauern (Hohe Tauern) national park is the largest national park in Austria, and hugely popular amongst hikers.

After a day of activity, you can unwind on your campsite. Tyrol offers campsites allowing you to pitch your own tent or caravan, but if you’re looking for more comfort, many offer the option of hiring a mobile home, chalet or bungalow.

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