Camping in Bavaria

A Camping holiday in Bavaria

Mystical forests. Mighty medieval castles. Magnificent palaces and incredibly welcoming and warm hospitality. A family camping holiday in Bavaria is truly a magical experience. Relax by crystal clear lakes. Cycle through picture perfect little villages. Hike though the wonderful unspoiled scenery of the Bavarian Alps and the nature parks. Then catch your breath at one of the delightful beer gardens and enjoy a ‘Weiss bier and wurst’. Bavaria is a paradise for those looking for an active outdoor holiday, with great hiking, biking, cycling, horse riding and lake water sports. Bavaria’s rich history and culture can be admired in the charming cities of Nürnberg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Augsburg, Regensburg, and the vibrant capital Munich. A camping holiday in Bavaria means lots of family fun in one of Germany’s most popular regions.

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Family Camping fun by a lake or river in Bavaria

When staying at the campsite in Vietach in Bavaria, head just 5 km away to the lovely little Natural Swimming lake in the Spa Park Sankt Englmar in lower Bavaria. It’s a great place for safe swimming with the kids, set in gorgeous surroundings. For natural swimming near campsite Lackenhäuser you’ll have to venture a little further (50 km ) across the border to the Czech Republic, to cool off in the refreshing waters of Lake Lipno. Here you can swim, windsurf, sail or simply relax with a picnic. The nearest recreational lake by the Frickenhausen am Main campsite is a good 125km away. Lake Brombachsee is set in stunning woodland, with excellent facilities.

Outdoor activities near your campsite in The Bavaria

Bavaria is a real paradise for lovers of outdoor adventures. There is always something fun for you to do not far from the campsite. Put on your boots and hike your way through lush valleys and fabulous forests. Cyclists are really spoiled with over 113.000 routes crisscrossing the magnificent Bavarian countryside. Water sports lovers take to the lakes to swim, surf, windsurf or canoe. Dare devils head for the hills to enjoy some thrilling paragliding. Looking for something more tranquil? Then go horse riding through beautiful Bavarian landscapes or find a quiet spot near the campsite for some excellent fishing. Whatever your favourite outdoor pastime, you’ll be sure to have a great time near your campsite in lovely Bavaria.

City trip near your campsite in Bavaria

There are many interesting cities to see in Bavaria, not far from the campsite. Visit Nuremberg, unofficial capital of Franconia, with traditional half-timbered buildings and one of the most important surviving medieval fortresses in Europe. Take the kids to the famous Toy Museum and then relax with an ice-cold beer at the old Hauptmarkt. Fancy some history and culture? Then head for Würzburg to admire the Palace of the Prince-Bishops, one of the finest secular Baroque buildings in Germany. Or go to Regensburg with its The Stone Bridge, St. Peter's Church and the Old Town of Regensburg. For that ultimate view go to the top of the Marienberg Fortress and look out over the city. Radio and TV lovers visit Fürth, once the centre for the development of radio and television, with a spectacular broadcasting Museum. Botanists head for Erlangen to fall in love with its sublime 17th century botanical garden.

Things to see and do near the campsite in Bavaria

There’s lots to see and do near the campsites in Bavaria. When staying at the Vietach or Lackenhäuser campsites, cross the border in to the Czech Republic and head for the thrilling toboggan track at St. Englmar. Visit the charming city of Passau, close to the Austrian and Czech republic border to witness 3 cultures collide. Admire its beautiful Baroque St. Stephen's Cathedral with the world’s largest cathedral organ. Then enjoy dinner on an enchanting river cruise as the sun sets. Camping in Frickenhausen am Main ? Then visit the lovely town of Bayreuth, where composer Richard Wagner created masterpieces from 1872 to 1883. The Margravial Opera House and the Richard Wagner Museum are a must. For some stunning architecture, stroll through the ancient cobbled lanes of Rothenburg ob der Tauber and be bewitched by the spectacularly well preserved medieval and Renaissance buildings. Beer lovers beware! Bamberg has no less than 10 breweries and its smoked beer is legendary!