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Looking for a campsite? Here are our TOP 55 campsites in Europe

Anyone exploring an unknown country with a campervan will be grateful for every tip. That’s why, we have put together some cool campsites in Europe’s most popular travel destinations. Our tips are arranged by country and provided with an overview map of all campsites!

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Campsites in Germany

Nordseecamping zum Seehund

This cute campsite is located directly behind the dike – That’s how it should be for a holiday on the North Sea. And you can do many activities here: Surfing, boat trips – and of course swimming. A beach horse ride is also possible! And you don’t need to drive far away for a nice trip: St. Peter-Ording and Husum are just around the corner. From the 2019 season on, this site will offer a swimming pond, too.

Address: Lundenbergweg 4, 25813 Simonsberg | Phone:+49 4841 3999 | Mail: info@nordseecamping.de

Camping Münstertal

This site located in the southern Black Forest is just the right pitch for camping enthusiasts. On the grounds of the 5-star campsite you will find private rental pools (even some with whirlpools), a swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a sauna area. Besides, it also has a fishing pond with trout and various sports fields. The location is ideal for a visit to the lovely town of Staufen or an excursion to Freiburg as the train departs directly in front of the square! And of course you are absolutely right here if you like hiking or want to climb the steep slopes of the southern Black Forest with your mountain bike.

Address: Dietzelbachstraße 6, 79244 Münstertal | Phone: +49 7636 7080 | Mail: info@camping-muenstertal.de

Strandcamping Waging am See

Lake Waging is known as the warmest lake of Upper Bavaria. Accordingly, they offer many water fun activities on their own beach. But there’s more to it than that: A beach volleyball court, bike and mountain bike tours as well as nearby tennis, golf and horse riding facilities. For children, they offer “games and handicrafts”, archery and football! The town of Waging is also easy to reach by bike. And for those who don’t feel after camping cooking: The restaurant on the pitch is not without reason very popular with the guests.

Address: Am See 1, 83329 Waging am See | Phone: +49 8681 552 | Mail: info@strandcamp.de

Strotzbüscher Mühle

This nature campsite attaches great importance to the guests feeling at home. There are no clearly defined pitches, but a lot of freedom in the midst of a beautiful landscape. The road to the site is very steep with 14 percent, which is complicated for larger campers or caravans – but of course not for your roadsurfer! A cozy highlight is the hostel, which has no menu but offers food depending on the occasion. Everything is a bit different here. And that’s exactly why this place is so extraordinary and lovable!

Address: Strotzbüscher Mühle 1, 54552 Stortzbüsch | Phone:+49 6573 622 | Mail: stotzueschermuehle@gmail.com

Naturcamping Plothental

This campsite is beautifully situated in a small, lovely valley. A stream flows through the middle of the campsite what quickly becomes an absolute highlight for most kids. In addition, there are two Thuringian forest goats, which are always glad to be visited. There are no fixed pitches why guests can choose their own favorite spot. You can rent boats and canoes directly on the site – what is almost a must here! You can also go hiking or cycling.

Address: Plothental 9, 07924 Ziegenrück | Phone:+49 176 8102 7290 | Mail: info@naturcamping-plothental.de

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Camping spots for families

Camping spots in the countryside

What you should keep in mind in Germany


Wild camping

Overnight stays in public car parks for recreation are permitted for one night

Toll

None

Speed limit

No general speed limit on motorways, but out of town and on country roads 100 km/h

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, driving license and vehicle documents, warning vest, first aid kit

Specialty

Drink-drive limit is 0.5


Campsites in Italy

Camping Gardenia

Very nice campsite with direct access to Lake Como near the former fishing village of Domaso. Here you can chill out at the lake, go hiking or cycling. The family-run campsite in the 3rd generation attaches great importance to very clean sanitary facilities. The contact to the guests is very important to the operators. On the lake terrace you can enjoy your breakfast or a drink in the evening with a view of Lake Como. Shopping facilities are nearby and WLAN is free of charge.

Discount for roadsurfer: If you come to the campsite with a roadsurfer campervan, you get a 10 percent discount in the low season. Please ask at the reception!

Address: Via Case Sparse 164, 22013 Domaso, Italy Phone: +39 0344 962 62 Mail: info@campingdomaso.com

Village Flaminio

You’d like to live centrally but still need peace and quiet in between? If so, Camping Village Flaminio is your right choice. The newly renovated bathrooms in old Roman style will let you feel like in another time. You also like to have your dog with you on holiday? Most Italian campsites do not allow to bring your dog, but here you can do. The campsite offers something for the whole family: A playground for children as well as many possibilities on the sports ground. You will also find a pool, a children’s room and a restaurant.

Address: Via Flaminia Nuova, 821 00189 Rom, Italy Phone:+39 0633 306 53 Mail: info@villageflaminio.com

Baia Verde

Camping Baia Verde is located on the west coast of Italy. With pitches, bungalows and a private beach access, it is the perfect place to relax. It offers various entertainment activities for adults and children: Theatre, music, disco with bubbles and costume performances. Besides, it also has a supermarket, restaurant, church, beach bar, infirmary and a playground. You will also find several car washes on the site.

Address: Casetta Civinini, Punta Ala, 58043 Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy Phone:+39 0564 921 220 Mail: info@baiaverde.com

Waikiki Camping

Waikiki sounds like paradise, and that’s exactly what it is: the site is located next to a beautiful pine grove and also directly on the sea with its own sandy beach. It is located northeast of Venice. The campsite has a so-called lagoon pool with slides and water games. There is also a large playground and bicycle rental. We recommend a walk to the fishing village of Cortellazo, where you can also get fresh fish every day. A real little paradise!

Address: Viale Oriente 144, 30016 Lido di Jesolo, Italy Telephone: +39 0421 980 186 Mail: info@campingwaikiki.com

Foresta-camp-ing

The small family campsite Foresta-camp-ing is located in a wooded area in the Marche region. With its 12 pitches, it offers the right atmosphere for guests looking for peace and nature. For nature lovers, the surroundings offer optimal possibilities. For example, you can hike in the Sibillini Mountains or cool off in the Adriatic Sea 20 kilometers away. In the evenings, you can enjoy a romantic campfire – sometimes with the owner’s stories! There are several small medieval towns in the vicinity of the campsite, which are ideal for day trips or shopping. For hobby gardeners, the campsite has a small herb garden that you can cultivate yourself.

Address: Contrada Rio Ete 18, 63020 Montottone, Italy Telephone: +39 0734 773 374 Mail: info@foresta-camp-ing.com

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Camping with dogs

Camping spots with a barbecue area

What you should keep in mind in Italy


Wild camping

Overnight stays in public car parks for recreation are allowed for one night

Toll

With a few exceptions, all motorways are subject to tolls and must be paid at the toll station

Speed limit

130 km/h on motorways, 90 km/h outside built-up areas, 50 km/h inside built-up areas

What must be stored in the car

Warning sign for bicycles, driving license and vehicle documents, warning vests, warning triangle, first aid kit

Specialty

Lighting obligation regardless of weather conditions, winter or all-season tires may no longer be used from May 15th to October 14th. Use summer tires.


Campsites in France

Camping Bonporteau

This campsite has about 100 pitches. And 50 meters away from the entrance, a beautiful pool awaits you which is ideal for small children. Each pitch is individual and integrated into the landscape. Pines, mimosa and eucalyptus trees provide the necessary shade on hot summer days. A small but beautiful bay is only 200 meters away. The harbor town of Cavalaire-sur-Mer is also only a few hundred meters and St. Tropez about 20 kilometers away. In the immediate vicinity you can experience untouched nature – for example by hiking and mountain biking in the nearby nature reserve.

Address: 208 Chemin du Train des Pignes, 83240 Cavalaire-sur-Mer, France Phone: +33 4 94 64 03 24 Mail: contact@bonporteau.fr

Campingplatz Les Ruisses

Active campers should watch out: Here you can really let off steam! The site is located on the Lac de St. Croix which is known for its almost unreal turquoise water. Congratulations, you’ve arrived in a real natural paradise: Surfing, stand up paddling, pedal boats, rowing, canoeing, and sailing? No problem! Besides, the site is only a 10 minutes’ walk from the beautiful village of Les Salles sur Verdon. Apart from that, there is one thing above all: A lot of peace and nature. The course is also an ideal starting point to explore the Grand Canyon du Verdon with its great hiking trails and Provence.

Address: CD 957, 83630 Les Salles-sur-Verdon, France Phone:+33 4981 028 15 Mail: info@campinglesruisses.fr

Camping Le Village des Meuniers

It does not always have to be sea or lake view to relax. The best example is this campsite amidst the rolling hills of Burgundy. You can explore the landscape directly from the campsite by foot. Hiking and mountain biking are a must here – just ask the owner for the right route! The small but fine pool area is really wonderful. Very clean, with a wonderful view of the landscape and a fun slide for the children. In the evening, the delicious food in the restaurant of the square is also tempting. Thus, you can book a feel-good stay here as well.

Address: Le Village des Meuniers, 71520 Dompierre-les-Ormes, France | Phone:+33 3855 036 60 | Mail: villagedesmeuniers@yahoo.fr

Camping de la Côte d’Argent

This campsite offers pure Atlantic feeling. The campsites are located in the middle of a pine forest and the beautiful wide beach is only 300 meters away. But that’s not all: You are in the middle of nature and France’s largest natural lake is only 4 kilometers away. Here you can discover great bays as well as a large water park with slides for the whole family. So if you’re travelling with children, you’re sure to have fun here. Off to Hourtin-plage!

Address: 134 Route de Contaut, 33990 Hourtin-plage, France | Phone:+33 5560 910 25 | Mail: info@cca33.com

Camping de Paris

There’s no getting around of Paris in France. And that’s a good thing because the city is simply fantastic – even for campers. If you want to discover the capital with your roadsurfer, you can stay at Camping de Paris. The site is not only close to the city but also really beautiful. Situated in a 7-hectare nature park, you can relax after the hustle and bustle of the city. The campsite is also on the banks of the Seine – what more could you ask for?

Address: 2 Allée du Bord de l’Eau, 75016 Paris, France | Phone: +33 1452 430 00 | Mail: paris@camping-indigo.com

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Seaside camping spots

Stellplatz Reiten

Camping spots for horseriding

Here's what you should keep in mind in France


Wild camping

Overnight stays in public car parks are permitted

Toll

With a few exceptions, all motorways are subject to tolls and must be paid at the toll station

Speed limit

130 km/h on motorways, 110 km/h on expressways, 80 km/h on country roads

What must be stored in the car

Warning vests, warning triangles, alcohol tests, windscreens and front windows must have a light transmission of 70 percent

Specialty

Headphones or headsets are even for telephoning prohibited, the blood alcohol limit for drivers with 3 years driving license is 0.5, and before 0.2


Campsites in Croatia

Camping Zagreb

Charcoal ovens, elder juice and local wines are the order of the day on this campsite. Horse lovers have the opportunity to take part in organized panoramic horse rides around the nearby Lake Rakitje while experienced riders can gallop along the Sava to the metropolis of Zagreb. In addition, mountain bike trails lead you to the mountains near Samobor or to the Žumberak Nature Park.

Address: Zagreb HR, Jezerska ul. 6, 10437 Rakitje, Croatia | Phone:+38 5133 245 67 | Mail: info@campzagreb.com

Campingplatz Aminess Sirena

This campsite is only a few minutes’ walk from the old town of Novigrad in Istria and a great place for nature lovers as you can stay overnight close to the sea or in the peace and quiet of a beautiful pine forest. For some extra fun it also has a water park by the sea. Last but not least, you can also use the gym and tennis court on the site – or with several teams even the beach volleyball court.

Address: Via Terre, 52466 Novigrad, Croatia | Phone: +38 5528 586 90 | Mail: camping@aminess.com

Campingplatz Porton Biondi

Located in Istria, near Rovinj, this campsite offers a unique sea panorama, a quiet atmosphere and is surrounded by pine and olive trees. Here you can dive, swim and enjoy the view of the beautiful Rovinj. The campsite has a good restaurant with Mediterranean food and a snack bar right on the beach.

Address: Porton Biondi 1, 52210 Rovinj, Croatia | Phone: +38 5528 135 57 | Mail: portonbiondi@web.de

Campingplatz Marina

This is the ideal campsite for sports lovers as it is a quiet and relaxing paradise for divers near Labin and Rabac. You will have a unique view of the Kvarner Bay and if you don’t want to jump into the sea, just try a test dive in the pool or relax with breathtaking views.

Address: Sveta Marina bb, 52220 Labin, Croatia | Phone: +38 5524 650 10 | Mail: camping@valamar.com

Camping Cikat

Camping Cikat offers a rare mixture: On the one hand, it has a big water fun park with sea water and some slides – and on the other side it has a paradisiacal ambience to come down and enjoy. Especially the nature around the place is fantastic. A beach path for pedestrians and cyclists leads directly to the harbor town of Mali Losinj, where you will find restaurants for every taste and above all: Fresh fish for grilling!

Address: Cikat ul. 6a, 51550 Mali Losinj, Croatia | Phone: +38 5512 317 08 | Mail: info@camp-cikat.com

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Wild camping

It is generally forbidden to stay overnight outside of camping sites

Toll

Some motorway sections are subject to payment, which must be done at specific toll stations

Speed limit

130 km/h on motorways, 110 km/h on expressways, 90 km/h on country roads

What must be stored in the car

First aid kit, warning triangle, warning vest, spare lamp set

Specialty

Lighting obligation during the day (in winter), the blood alcohol limit is 0.5 - 0.0 for drivers up to 24 years


Campsites in Slovenia

Camping Bled

This campsite is situated in the middle of the Julian Alps and is exceptionally beautiful. It has a mountain paradise with mild climate. In addition to the many hiking trails, you can also enjoy doing sports: Mountain biking, kayaking, and swimming in the lake. It also offers table tennis, volleyball, basketball and beach volleyball courts. Finally, Camping Bled is a great place for a family holiday with a camper.

Address: Kidriceva cesta 10c, 4260 Bled, Slovenia | Phone: +38 6457 520 00 | Mail: info@camping-bled.com

Camping Menina

The campsite is situated in the upper Savinja valley and is very idyllic: The area has many sweet villages and farms and you can actively organize your camping holiday directly from the campsite: The campsite offers a high rope climbing garden and guided rafting and kayaking tours. All in all, it is ideal for families. Moreover, barbecue, Slovenian language lessons or cooking workshops are offered in summer. Camping Menina also has a Finnish sauna and offers massages. The campsite is open all year round what is awesome in winter!

Address: Varpolje 105, 3332 Recica ob Savinji, Slovenia | Phone: +38 6405 252 66 | Mail: info@campingmenina.com

Camping Trenta Sergej Bolcina s.p.

The campsite is situated in a beautiful mountain world in the Trenta Valley – it is one of the most beautiful in Slovenia. Everything is very traditional here – in the village you can visit a museum where you can learn about the traditions of sheep farming and mountaineering. On the site itself there is an excellent coffee and pizza – and of course lots of activities, especially for hikers and mountain bikers. A special highlight: here you can buy knitted goods from the owner’s grandmother.

Address: Trenta 60 A, 5232 Soca, Slovenia | Phone: +38 6416 159 66 | Mail: kampklin@siol.net

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Wild camping

Is generally forbidden with a motorhome

Toll

A vignette is mandatory on motorways and must be affixed to the windscreen; There are 7-day, monthly/half-yearly or annual vignettes

Speed limit

Motorways 130 km/h, country roads 90 km/h

What must be stored in the car

First aid kit, warning triangle, warning vest (for all occupants)

Specialty

Lighting is mandatory also during the day, the blood alcohol limit is 0.5


Campsites in Spain

Torre la Sal 2 – Camping Bungalow Park

Torre la Sal – Camping Bungalow Park is centrally located by the sea on the east coast of Spain. With many offers such as a disco, bouncy castle, children’s parks, animations, beach and pool area with children’s zones, it is a perfect family site. A special highlight is the sports competitions organised daily in summer. Here you can compete with other visitors in table tennis, archery and mini golf.

Address: Avenida L’Atall 44, 12595 Castellón, Spain | Phone:+34 9643 195 67 | Mail:camping@torrelasal2.com

Camping Barcelona

If you are looking for peace and quiet near the centre of Barcelona, this is the place for you!  The distribution of spaces for visitors according to their interests creates an optimal division of the entire area. The shuttle service takes you to the city centre in about 30 minutes. If you want to hang out on the campsite in between times, that’s no problem here! The campsite offers many activities such as cycling and hiking tours, a chill-out area in the pool with its own bar, a farm, paddling, surfing and sailing courses. The campsite also has a restaurant on the beach.

Address: C/ N-II, 08304 Mataró, Spain | Phone: +34 9379 047 20 | Mail: info@campingbarcelona.com

Arcos Iris Madrid

Arcos Iris Madrid is very close to the Spanish capital. The city centre is 20 kilometres away and can be reached by car in 30 minutes. Here, the campsite offers discounted excursions to museums, zoos and sights. Also, just around the corner is the large Curso Medio del Río Guadarrama y su Entorno National Park, which offers you perfect hiking and excursion opportunities through the Spanish countryside – what more do you want?

Address: Via de Servicio M-501, 28670 Madrid, Spain | Phone: +34 9161 603 87 Mail: madrid@bungalowsarcoiris.com

Camping-playa Aguadulce

Camping-playa Aguadulce is a wonderful place to really relax. Here you can enjoy the day in peace and quiet: On the campsite, you will find a supermarket, launderettes, a pharmacy and a bar with a terrace. In the evening, you can take romantic walks on the campsite’s own beach and listen to the waves – doesn’t that sound like paradise?

Address: Aguadulce, 11520 Rota, Cádiz, Spain | Phone: +34 9568 470 78 | Mail: cpa@playaaguadulce.com

Camping Rio Luna

Nature as far as the eye can see! Camping Rio Luna is a very simple campsite – surrounded by mountains and meadows. It is only a few minutes walking from the riverbed of the Rio Luna. This place is a haven for those looking for a break from the daily grind.

Address: Sena de Luna, 24145 León, Spain | Phone: +34 9875 977 14 Mail: info@campingrioluna.com

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What you should keep in mind in Spain


Wild camping

Is forbidden throughout Spain

Toll

With a few exceptions, all motorways are subject to tolls and must be paid at the toll stations

Speed limit

Motorway 130 km/h, outside built-up areas 90 km/h, inside built-up areas 50 km/h

What must be stored in the car

Warning sign, warning triangle, warning vests, first aid kit, driving license and vehicle documents

Specialty

Telephoning with a headset or mobile phone is prohibited, children under 12 years must be carried in an appropriate child seat


Campsites in Portugal

Yelloh Village Camping Algarve Turiscampo

Here, in the very south of Portugal, you can discover a lot of dream beaches embedded in rock formations and close to incredibly beautiful rock caves. From here you can make an excursion to the most southwestern tip of Europe and enjoy the great view. But there is also a lot to do on the campsite: From a swimming pool to a wellness center, to a Jacuzzi or a fitness room. Further excursion tips are the sweet village of Sagres and Lagros.

Address: E.N. 125 – Espiche, 8600-109 Lagos, Portugal | Phone: +35 1282 789 265 Mail: info@turiscampo.com 

Camping Albufeira

This campsite is only 1.5 kilometers away from the town of Albufeira and the beach. You can reach both, very comfortably via a beautiful cycle path, by bike – and then enjoy the beautiful pools on the campsite in the evening. It also offers a tennis court, supermarket, kiosk, restaurant and a bar. So it actually provides everything to spend one or the other day comfortably without an excursion to the beach.

Address: Estr. de Ferreiras, 8200-555 Albufeira, Portugal | Phone: +35 1289 587 630 Mail: geral@campingalbufeira.net

Parque de Campismo Orbitur Gala

Great location by the sea and at the same time close to the forest. You are quickly at a beautiful sandy beach for surfing and water skiing or you can jump into the pool on the campsite. And if you don’t feel like cooking, no problem: The campsite has a snack bar, as well as a small and large restaurant.

Address: 449V+CF Figueira da Foz, Portugal | Phone: +351 233 431 492 | Mail: infogala@orbitur.pt

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Camping spots near hiking trails

Camping spots near surf spots

What you should keep in mind in Portugal


Wild camping

Wild camping is generally forbidden in Portugal - even staying overnight in parking lots is often punished with high penalties

Toll

Most motorways are subject to tolls. Tolls are levied either conventionally at toll stations with direct payment or with the help of electronic systems and depend on the distance you drive. The stations and motorway sections are marked accordingly

Speed limit

Motorways 120 km/h, outside built-up areas between 90 and 100 km/h, inside built-up areas 50 km/h

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, warning vests, first aid kit, driving license and vehicle documents.

Specialty

The stay between two toll stations is limited to 12 hours. If the time limit is exceeded, the double fee for the longest possible distance to the tollbooth/exit will be charged.


Campsites in Denmark

Nørre Lyngvig Camping

This site is something for real camping connoisseurs. In the midst of dunes, there is plenty of space to feel at home here in a beautiful heath landscape. There are no plots far and wide – guests can choose their own pitch. The site is located on a strip of land between the North Sea and Ringkøbing Fjord. There’s no helping those who don’t manage to vent their battered everyday souls here. And if the weather doesn’t cooperate, there is also an indoor swimming pool on the site.

Address: Holmsland Klitvej 81, 6960 Hvide Sande, Denmark | Phone: +45 9731 123 1 Mail: post@lyngvigcamping.dk

Carlottenlund Fort Camping

Copenhagen is a great city. That’s why you should visit it with your roadsurfer. The best way to do this is to take a break at this lovely campsite. You can easily get to the city by bus. What’s more, you’re right on the Øresund – forest on one side, the sea on the other. The campsite is located on the site of a former fort. There is a restaurant, cooking facilities and a lounge.

Address. Strandvejen 144, 2920 Charlottenlund, Denmark | Phone: +45 44 22 00 65 Mail: info@campingcopenhagen.dk

Poul Eeg Camping Skagen

Welcome to Denmark’s northernmost campsite. Not far away, the North Sea and the Baltic Sea meet in spectacular fashion. The town of Skagen (naturally also the northernmost town in Denmark) is within walking distance. On the other hand, you are quickly in untouched nature. Of course, children are also catered for two playgrounds; go-carts, a climbing wall, bouncy cushions and several areas for ball games. And there is also a bicycle hire service!

Address. Bøjlevejen 21, 9990 Skagen, Denmark | Phone: +45 984 414 70 Mail: info@pouleegcamping.dk

What you should keep in mind in Denmark


Wild camping

Overnight stays in public car parks for recreation are permitted for one night

Toll

Only the bridge over the Storebaelt and the bridge-tunnel combination over the Öresund between Denmark and Sweden are subject to tolls.

Speed limit

130 km/h on the motorway, 80 km/h on motorways and out of town

• What must be stored in the car

First aid kit, warning triangle

Specialty

Generally drive with light, the legal alcohol limit is 0.5


Campsites in Sweden

Kalmar Camping Rafshagsudden

The campsite is beautifully situated on a small peninsula. As usual on most campsites in Sweden, the pitches are very large. From the campsite you have a great view of the Öland Bridge to the south. From here you can start great walks through the Björno Nature Reserve. You can quickly reach the town of Kalmar and the island of Öland in 20 minutes by car.

Address: RAFSHAGEN 430, 395 98 Läckeby, Sweden | Phone: +46 4806 046 4 | Mail: info@kalmarcamping.se

Kronocamping Swecamp Lidköping

Families have much to discover here. The operators of this campsite recommend an excursion to Lackö Castle and the pretty fishing village of Spikens. But there is also a lot to do on the site itself: Minigolf means adventure golf here, and the site also offers a wellness area with sauna and whirlpool which camping guests can use cheaply. And for those who don’t feel like cooking in front of the camper: The restaurant on the site is very popular with the guests!

Address: Läckögatan 22, 531 54 Lidköping, Sweden Phone:  +46 5102 680 4, Mail: info@kronocamping.com

Arctic Camp Jokkmokk

Those who read Arctic Camp would not think what is going on here in high season when the pool complex is open. Best of summer feeling with heated pools and a great slide for children. And at the rest of the year, you can go fishing at the place for free as the place is idyllically situated at a beautiful lake. In high season, you have a great atmosphere here which especially pleases the children and in low season, you can enjoy the Scandinavian peace and quiet!

Address: Notudden, 962 22 Jokkmokk, Sweden | Phone: +46 9711 237 0 | Mail: arcticcamp@jokkmokk.com

Möteplats Borstahusen

As usual in Norway, this course is family-run – already in the 3rd generation! The course is an insider tip for golf friends. No wonder as the course is right next to the golf course of Landskrona, which is by the way one of the best golf resorts in Sweden! Otherwise the course convinces its guests by its location in a beautiful landscape and by the proximity to the Öresund.

Address: Lill-olas väg 30, 261 61 Landskrona, Sweden | Phone: +46 4181 08 37 | Mail: bokning@motesplatsborstahusen.se

Järnaviks Camping

This is a very idyllic campsite by the sea in the beautiful Blekinges archipelago. Here you can rent boats and bicycles to explore the beautiful landscape. The campsite has everything you need for cozy camping: A restaurant, kiosk and a small supermarket. Dear camper heart, what more do you want? We have something else: From here you can start your kayak tour or simply enjoy the sun on the camping site’s own jetty. And afterwards, you can play a mini golf round. Sounds like the perfect holiday, doesn’t it?

Address: Bastuviksvägen 61, 372 63 Bräkne-hoby, Sweden | Phone: +46 4578 216 6 | Mail: jarnaviks.camping@telia.com

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Camping spots by the river

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What you should keep in mind in Sweden


Wild camping

You are allowed to stay at least 24 hours at public parking lots, sometimes even longer

Toll

The Öresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden is subject to tolls, Gothenburg and Stockholm have tolls, and the Sundsvall and Motala bridges are subject to infrastructure charges.

Speed limit

Motorways 120 km/h, trunk roads 90 km/h, outside built-up areas and on country roads 70 km/h

Specialty

Winter tires are obligatory between 01.12 and 31.03 (winter road conditions), the blood alcohol limit is 0.2, mobile phone calls are not expressly forbidden only if they pose a traffic hazard.

Campsites in Norway

Sandvik Camp

Kayak tours, glacier tours, rafting – You definitely can be active on this campsite. But of course, only if you want – Otherwise you can simply enjoy the cozy atmosphere on the grounds of a former orchard. The site also has a small but fine restaurant and you can quickly reach the Lustrafjord by foot and enjoy the beauty of Norway with a view over the water.

Address: Sandvikvegen 17, 6868 Gaupne, Norway | Phone: +33 4946 403 24 | Mail:
sandvik@pluscamp.no

Neset Camping

This campsite is beautifully situated on a peninsula of the 40 kilometer long Byglandsfjord. It has slightly more than 200 pitches. Here you can stand with your camper directly at the water! Around the campsite is a whole network of hiking trails, which lead through a beautiful high heath landscape. The sweet village of Evje is only 2 kilometers away. For all sportsmen: Here you can go canoeing and fishing, or play table tennis and volleyball. And what else? With a view of this wonderful lake, just relax!

Address: Setesdalsvegen 2033, 4741 Byglandsfjord, Norway | Phone: +47 9228 144 4 | Mail: post@neset.no

Camping Oldevatn

The location of this campsite is simply beautiful as it is overlooking the Oldevatnet Sea. There are 57 motorhome pitches and 10 permanent campers. And it is just as relaxed. Idyll is on the program – After all, the place is located at the area of a former farm, too. One of the highlights is a campfire site for the guests. But it also offers something for children: For example a large playground and a water trampoline! Canoes, rowing boats, pedal boats and surfboards can also be hired on the site.

Address: Oldevatn, 6788 Olden, Norway | Phone: +47 5787 591 5 | Mail: post@oldevatn.com

Jostedal Camping

As almost everywhere in Norway, everything is offered for a successful active holiday. A glacial river is splashing in the background– and in the front, the river Jostedøla is flowing by. In addition, glacier and rafting tours are offered here. Furthermore, the site is ideally located for tours into the Breheimen National Park. Despite all the idyll, there is everything you need for camping: 100 meters to a shop, to a petrol station and to a small hotel with homemade meals.

Address: Jostedalsvegen 3041 Gjerde, 6871 Jostedal, Norway | Phone: +47 9775 678 9 | Mail: post@jostedalcamping.no

What you should keep in mind in Norway


Wild camping

Overnight stays in car parks are normally tolerated in Norway

Toll

In Norway, bridges and road sections are often financed by tolls until they are paid off, and some cities charge tolls, too. Tolls in Norway are recorded electronically, so drivers have to register online and the invoice is paid in arrears.

Speed limit

80 km/h outside of towns, 90 to 100 km/h on expressways and motorways depending on the signage

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, and warning vests for all occupants

• Specialty

Lighting must be provided during the day, the alcohol limit is 0.2


Campsites in the Netherlands

Camping Zeeburg

The ideal location for a visit to Amsterdam: This campsite is situated on an island in the countryside, just 15 minutes away from the city center. Big city feeling is already on the way to the entrance where you can see a very special artist’s studio with exhibits made of scrap metal. This open city atmosphere also prevails on the square. You will find a supermarket, a bar and a restaurant.

Address: Zuider IJdijk 20, 1095 KN Amsterdam, the Netherlands | Phone: +31 20 694 44 30 | Mail: info@campingzeeburg.nl

Campingplatz Recreatiepark TerSpegelt

This site offers everything you need for a perfect family camping holiday. On the one hand, you can relax – on the other, you can be active: A petting zoo, a climbing wall, mini golf and a BMX track are waiting for your kids. It also has a private beach with a play and pool area. If you haven’t had enough yet, you can take the whole family on the so-called dwarf path. All around the campsite are many hiking and biking trails.

Address: Postelseweg 88, 5521 RD Eersel, the Netherlands | Phone: +31 4975 120 16 | Mail: info@terspegelt.nl

Roompot Camping Dishoek

Great location for the whole family! On one side attracts the sea, and on the other a beautiful nature reserve where you can do wonderful hiking and cycling tours with your family. But even if you are in the mood for a city trip, this is the right place for you. You can reach the towns of Middelburg and Vlissingen in 15 minutes with your roadsurfer.

Address: Dishoek 2, 4371 NT Koudekerke, the Netherlands | Phone: +31 8804 449 99 | Mail: info@roompot.de

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Camping with dogs

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What you should keep in mind in the Netherlands


Wild camping

In the Netherlands, staying overnight in public car parks is prohibited

Toll

The 6.6 km long Westerschelde Tunnel between Terneuzen in Zeeuwsch-Vlaanderen, Goes on Zuid-Beveland and the Kiltunnel near Dordrecht are subject to charges.

Speed limit

Motorways 130 km/h, outside built-up areas between 80 and 100 km/h, inside built-up areas 50 km/h

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, first aid kit

Specialty

Trams always have right of way, and the blood alcohol limit is 0.5


Campsites in Belgium

Camping Grimbergen

The campsite is located in the small town of Grimbergen. It is very well separated from roads and other buildings by high trees so that despite its central location you have the feeling of being in the middle of nature. The center of Grimbergen is within walking distance. For a nice day trip, we recommend to visit the nearby Belgian capital Brussels.

Address: Veldkantstraat 64, 1850 Grimbergen, Belgium | Phone:+32 4797 603 78 | Mail: camping.grimbergen@telenet.be

Kompas Camping Nieuwpoort

Camping Nieuwpoort is located just a few minutes from the Belgian coast. With its many facilities such as playgrounds, pools and various performances, it is a true paradise for children. But there are also plenty of activities for adults at the campsite and in the surrounding area. Thus, for example, one can make a day trip to the nearby villages.

Address: Brugsesteenweg 49, 8620 Nieuwpoort, Belgium | Phone: +32 5823 603 7 | Mail: niewpoort@kompascamping.be

Camping Hohenbusch

There is something for everyone at the Hohenbusch campsite as the offer changes daily: Film evenings, children’s disco, bicycle and car tours or bingo. The Taverne Am Hohenbusch provides you with food, drinks and snacks. So what are you waiting for?

Address: Hohenbusch, Grüfflingen 31, 4790 Burg-Reuland, Belgium | Phone: +32 8022 752 3 | Mail: info@hohenbusch.be

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What you should keep in mind in Belgium


Wild camping

Staying overnight in public car parks for recreation is allowed for one night, with permission of the authorities even longer

Toll

The 1.4 km Liefkenshoek tunnel in the north-west of Antwerp (part of the R 2 ring road) is subject to toll

Speed limit

Motorways 120 km/h, outside built-up areas 90 km/h, inside built-up areas 50 km/h

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, warning vests, first aid kit, driving license and vehicle documents.

Specialty

The blood alcohol limit is 0.5


Campsites in Switzerland

Camping Glaciers

The campsite is located in the middle of the mountains – at 1,600 metres above sea level and at the foot of a glacier, the Dolentmassif. Here you can hear the gurgling of the glacier stream when you wake up. Of course, there are many hiking possibilities from here – but the place is also an ideal starting point for climbers. If you love the peace and quiet of nature, this is definitely the place for you. By the way, you can choose the pitches yourself, and given the location, you’re sure to find a spot with an exposed view of a fantastic mountain world! By the way, there is also a climbing wall on the site.

Address: Chemin de Tsamodet 36, 1944 Orsières, Switzerland | Phone: +41 2778 318 26 Mail: info@camping-glaciers.ch

Camping Hüttenberg

There are many well-signposted hiking and cycling trails. But you can also let off steam on the campsite: There is an outdoor pool with a children’s paddling pool and a beautiful sunbathing lawn next to it. All in all, families are in good hands here: playground with trampoline, large sandpit, climbing wall and mini golf course. Everything you need for a camping holiday with the family!

Address: Hüttenberg, 8264 Eschenz, Switzerland | Phone: +41 5274 123 37 Mail: info@huettenberg.ch

Campingplatz Silvaplana

If you like hiking, this is the place for you. After all, a public hiking trail leads directly across the square! In addition, a stream also flows directly through the site, thus dividing it. The site also has a 300-metre-long beach on Lake Silvaplana. The leisure activities are accordingly: fishing and boating are almost obligatory here. But many also come to surf and kite. Guests rave about the clean, sanitary buildings and greatly appreciate the small supermarket on the site. The well-known resort of St. Moritz is only a few kilometres away.

Address: Via da Bos-cha 13, 7513 Silvaplana, Switzerland | Phone: +41 8182 884 92 Mail: reception@campingsilvaplana.ch

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What you should keep in mind in Switzerland


Wild camping

Wild camping with a motorhome in Switzerland is regulated by the individual cantonal governments, so if in doubt, leave it alone as there are heavy penalties.

Toll

General vignette obligation on motorways can only be purchased as an annual vignette; a sticker must be placed clearly visible on the windscreen.

Speed limit

Motorways 120 km/h, on motorways 100 km/h, on main and secondary roads outside built-up areas 80 km/h.

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle

Specialty

It is a duty to help others who have been injured in road traffic. The blood alcohol limit is 0.5.


Campsites in Austria

Camping Seewiese KEG

A real Tyrolean idyll. Situated on Lake Tristach on a long meadow at the edge of the forest, Camping Seewiese is the ideal starting point for an active camping holiday: all around, you will find a true paradise for hiking and cycling. For experienced mountain bikers, it’s an ideal starting point for setting off on charming mountain passes to Italy. The small town of Lienz is only 6 kilometres away, but you can still enjoy the tranquillity of Tyrol on the site. The beer garden directly on the lake is super nice.

Address: Tristachersee 2, 9900 Tristach, Austria | Phone: +43 4852 697 67 Mail: seewiese@hotmail.com

Grubhof Camping

Situated in the beautiful Salzburger Land, Grubhof Camping, with its great panoramic view, is especially popular with campers who want to treat themselves to some wellness. Here you will find the so-called Wellness-Alm! In keeping with this, the sanitary facilities are also of an unusually high standard. Of course, the site is also a good starting point for hiking and mountain biking. If you want, you can book XXL pitches, and there is also an inn at the campsite. The perfect destination for winter camping!

Address: St. Martin 39, 5092 St. Martin bei Lofer, Austria | Phone: +43 6588 823 70 Mail: home@grubhof.com

Camping Sonnenberg

Not up for entertainment or a wellness oasis? On this site in beautiful Wallgau, you can simply camp in peace. Instead, there are very clean sanitary facilities and, in addition to the proximity to nature, real sustainability: at the reception, you can even watch the solar system at work. And then there is a special highlight: if you are lucky, you can experience the campsite operator, Mr Dünser, blowing the alphorn with a few friends. Besides a playground for children, there is also a recreation room for young people with a table tennis table – great idea!

Address: Hinteroferst 12, 6714 Nüziders, Austria | Phone: +43 5552 64035 Mail: info@camping-sonnenberg.com

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What you should keep in mind in Austria


Wild camping

Wild camping is generally forbidden in Austria, there are heavy fines.

Toll

Vignette obligation on motorways, the so-called Pickerl can be purchased as a 10-day, 2-month or annual vignette.

Speed limit

Motorway 130 km/h (on most motorways between 10 p.m. - 5 a.m.; maximum speed 110 km/h), outside towns and on rural roads 100 km/h.

What must be stored in the car

Warning triangle, warning vest, and first-aid kit.

Specialty

Drink-drive limit is 0.5 if the driver has had a driving licence for two years; otherwise, 0.1.

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