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All about Camping in South Tyrol

Discover hiking trails and bike tours along the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Swim in crystal clear lakes and enjoy the abundance of nature in South Tyrol. Whether it's camping with the whole family right on the water or camping in winter: The region of Italy is worth a camping trip at any time of the year.

In active camping you can conquer the ski slopes or toboggan with the little ones. In summer you can enjoy the panorama from the boat and fish fresh fish. In the historic towns of South Tyrol you can experience the good cuisine of the region and the typical Italian hospitality. The child-friendly campsites in South Tyrol embellish your camping vacation with their own wellness facilities and baths, an extensive range of entertainment for young and old, and pitches directly in front of the ski slopes. We show you the most beautiful vacation and excursion destinations in South Tyrol.

  1. Popular Activities in South Tyroll
  2. The most Beautiful Excursion Destinations in South Tyrol
  3. Find Camping Sites in South Tyrol and Book Online

Popular Activities in South Tyrol

Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten, Pozza di Fassa, camping South Tyrol, Italy, campsite
Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten, Pozza di Fassa

South Tyrol's Camping Paradise: Hiking and Biking Routes

South Tyrol's landscapes are balm for every camper's soul. The many valleys, peaks, forests and meadows invite you to take out your walking shoes once again during your camping holiday. On the old South Tyrolean Waalwege you can walk along the watercourses through unique mountain slopes and valleys.

Curious cows and absolute silence await you in the Pfossental, in the middle of the Nature Park Texelgruppe. Due to the variety of hiking trails, there is something for every camping taste. Easy paths for the camping vacation with children and hiking routes with a high degree of difficulty for active campers: in South Tyrol you are exactly right and nature lovers also get their money's worth here. Those who like to tread new paths with their four-legged friend are also very welcome to camp with dog in the region.

You can also let yourself be transported to the peaks of South Tyrol with the Mountain Railway and enjoy the view with a cool beer and a tasty snack on the next alpine pasture. A nice experience for children is the mountain railroad in San Candido in the Pustertal. Here it goes high up to an altitude of 1500 m in a child-friendly ski area. Active campers can look forward to the summit of the Kronplatz. From the Reischach valley station, the Kronplatz 2000 lift takes you up to 2,275 m above sea level. Already during the ride you have a unique view of Bruneck. At the top you can start the descent with a Mountainbike.

Caravan Park Sesto, Bolzano, Camping South Tyrol, Camping Alps, Campsite Italy
Caravan Park Sesto, Bolzano

By bike you can explore the varied bike paths of the region. The cycle path "Unterland " leads from Bolzano along the Adige river into the South Tyrolean Unterland to Salurn. Already 20 minutes after Bolzano you cycle through a lush landscape of fruit plantations and vineyards. If you cycle even further, you will pass through the vineyards of the Piana Rotaliana to Trento and finally end up in Verona.

Or you can opt for the popular "Via Claudia " bike route. The Roman Emperor Claudius Augusta had the road built in the first century from Venice to Donauwörth across the Alps. So you can cycle in the footsteps of the ancient Romans during your camping vacation. And enjoy the breathtaking nature around the Reschensee to Merano and further to Bolzano.

Active campers also get their money's worth in South Tyrol. Whether climbing tours in the mountains, challenging bike tours, rafting or paragliding: There is something for every taste. If you are looking for relaxation and tranquility, enjoy the view of the mountains during yoga or pilates. The local campsites often offer courses or can recommend good providers.

Winter Camping South Tyrol: From the Campsite to the Ski Slope.

If you like to combine your camping vacation with winter sports, you are also in good hands in South Tyrol during the cold season. Many campsites are located near large ski areas and are perfect for winter camping. Particularly well suited for skiing in South Tyrol are the Dolomites. They are part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage and are located in the eastern part of South Tyrol, in the Eastern Alps.

Camping Alpe di Siusi, Fiè allo Sciliar, Camping South Tyrol, Camping Italy, Campsite, Camping Alps
Camping Alpe di Siusi, Fiè allo Sciliar

The Alpe di Siusi is considered the largest ski area in the Dolomites and attracts ski enthusiastic campers, not least because of its family-friendly lifts and slopes. From December to April you can race down the slopes here with a high snow guarantee.

If you prefer tobogganing, you can rent a toboggan at the resident toboggan runs of the Alpe di Siusi and whiz down the mountains. When camping with the whole family everyone has fun here and beautiful memories as well as unique vacation photos are guaranteed here. The Alpe di Siusi is just one of many ski resorts in South Tyrol. Winter campers will not get bored here so quickly. So what are you waiting for? Get on your skis and let's go!

Culinary Voyage of Discovery: Camping with Pleasure

The cuisine in South Tyrol combines German, Austrian and Italian delicacies and is therefore very versatile and tasty. Convince yourself of the varied dishes of the region. Whether hearty or sweet - a feast for the palate that you should not miss.

In spring, fresh asparagus awaits you at Easter time. The inns serve it with the typical Bolzano sauce, which is famous for the region. Try also the traditional asparagus risotto or a delicious quiche.

Alpine Fitness Forest Camping Völlan, Bolzano, camping South Tyrol, Italy, camping Alps, campsite
Alpine Fitness Forest Camping Völlan at Bolzano

The wines grown in South Tyrol belong to the flagship of Italy. High-quality grape varieties such as Vernatsch and Lagrein are offered in restaurants during the summer season.

During the South Tyrolean Wine Route Weeks or the Wine Hiking Day, wine connoisseurs can taste the noble delicacies and replenish the stock in the camping car. But doughnuts, strawberries and apricots are also on the menu in the South Tyrolean summer.

In autumn, the Chestnut is on the menu in South Tyrol. At the traditional Törggelen it is on the list of ingredients, along with grape must and nuts.

Likewise, the region is known for its bacon, or "Spec, which is celebrated and enjoyed at the annual Speckfest. During the cold season, the towns of South Tyrol are transformed into a small winter wonderland with their Christmas lights. The winter campers arrive and the food gets hearty. Bacon dumplings, roast pork, but also cold plates and "gscheite Brotzeiten " are served not only on Christmas Eve.

The most Beautiful Trip Destinations in South Tyrol

Camping Residence Sägemühle, Prato Allo Stelvio, camping South Tyrol, camping Alps, Italy, campsite
Camping Residence Sägemühle, Prato Allo Stelvio

The Capital of South Tyrol: Camping near Bolzano

The city of Bolzano is also affectionately known as the gateway to the Dolomites. Amidst hilly vineyards, the capital of South Tyrol is truly worth a visit. Campers with a penchant for architecture will not be disappointed here. Gothic and Romanesque elements combine here with modern influences.

You can view the famous Glacier Mummy Ötzi in the Archeological Museum. In the alleys of the town you will experience local flair, in the small stores you will find traditional souvenirs and the children are looking forward to exploring the local castle. You can end the evening with regional delicacies in one of the many restaurants before returning to your camper on one of the beautiful campsites near Bolzano.

Camping Arquin, Lana, camping south tyrol, camping italy, camping alps, campsite
Camping Arquin, Lana

Camping Holiday in the Green Valley

Vinschgau

The uppermost part of the Etschtal with its side valleys forms the Vinschgau in the west of South Tyrol. If you like hiking while camping, this is the right place for you. The green and lush meadows and the magnificent panorama that shows itself to you when you climb the highways, let you forget the everyday life. In winter, the region turns into a winter sports paradise and is wonderfully suitable for camping in winter. Explore the ski slopes or enjoy the mountains while sledding.

Spa Site of Merano: Recreation in the Medieval Old Town

Merano is located on the southern side of the Alps and is considered the green oasis of southern Italy. Due to its Mediterranean climate, the city is considered a popular health resort. If you appreciate lush nature, you can stroll through the botanical garden at Castle Trauttmansdorff and enjoy a sea of flowers. The landscaped Terrace Gardens will revive old times and make you forget about everyday life.

If you like to combine your camping vacation with culture, then you can look at historical epochs of the city and its surroundings in the Palais Mamming Museum. In the Jewish Museum and Synagogue you can learn about the Jewish community of Merano, one of the most important in Central Europe.

Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten, Pozza di Fassa, Camping South Tyrol, Camping Alps, Italy
Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten, Pozza di Fassa

For a camping vacation with the children it is delightful to discover the alleys and to stroll in the shops. Surely you can find nice souvenirs for grandma and grandpa.

If you like walking, you will find here the Tappeinerweg - the most beautiful walk in the Höhenpromenaden of Europe.

Walk along the town center on the Küchelberg to Gratsch.

At the local farmers markets fresh and traditional food is offered by the locals - perfect for the picnic in front of the camper or directly on site.

Find Campsites in South Tyrol and Book Online

If you get enthusiastic about a camping vacation in South Tyrol now, you will not only get plenty of leisure activities, but also breathtaking views of beautiful landscapes. And all that in summer and winter.

Whether it's a romantic getaway for two or camping with the family, South Tyrol suits almost every type of camper. Either at nature camping or on one of the beautiful 5-star sites - here, no camper's wish remains unfulfilled. Use our filter options for a successful and targeted search and book your available campsite in South Tyrol right now for an unforgettable camping adventure.

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