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Campsites in the Dolomites are perfect for those who love active holidays. The Dolomites are located in the north of Italy, and are famous for their varied mountain tops, steep faces and glaciers. This mountainous region is ideal for lovers of nature and mountain climbers looking to enjoy the fresh mountain air and beautiful vistas. For less active campers, the area also boasts a number of cultural sights.
Campsites in the Dolomites: sights and excursions
There is no reason to be bored during a camping holiday in the Dolomites. The eastern region of the Italian Alps has a great deal to offer in terms of culture.
A number of city excursions are also possible from your campsite. Bolzano, the principal city in the region of Trentino-South Tyrol is well worth a visit. This town is known as the ‘gateway to the Dolomites’. The historical town centre is home to sights including the South Tyrol Archaeological Museum.
For children there is the impressive Trostburg Castle in the Eisack Valley (Valle Isarco), dating back to the 12th century. The Knight’s Hall is certainly worth a visit, as is the beautiful countryside surrounding the campsite.
The ancient Italian city of Trento is highly recommended during a stay on a campsite in the Dolomites. The town reflects a mixture of Italian and Germanic culture, and is bursting with monuments from the renaissance. Interesting buildings include the gothic cathedral and Fountain of Neptune on Duomo san Vigilio, and Del Buonconsiglio Castle.
An active holiday in the Dolomites
If you choose to camp on a campsite in the Dolomites, you are assured an active holiday in an area of outstanding beauty. There are a variety of options:
High mountain peaks, breathtaking views and vast green fields – the Dolomites are a magical place for hiking. Tre Cime di Lavaredo are highly recommended. These three colossal rocks in the Sexten Dolomites extend to 2500m and are very popular hiking routes.
If you love cycling, then the Dolomites, with their myriad cycling routes, are perfect. You can also go mountain biking along the many rock massifs.
- Water sports
The many rivers and lakes in the Dolomites offer plenty of activity in the summer, from canoeing and kayaking to surfing, rafting and sailing. A holiday in the Dolomites really gives you the opportunity to live life to the full!
Campsites in the Dolomites allow you to pitch your own tent or caravan, or to hire a bungalow or mobile home.