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Why Camping Märchencamping?

  • Once upon a time....there was a fairytale campsite!
  • Rides on donkeys and roasting marshmellows by the campfire
  • just 15km from the historical city of Bremen

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Guests love it

8.3
Very Good
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Märchencamping

Once an old farm, Marchen Camping (fairy tale campsite) is now a quiet campsite situated in rural surroundings. If you love animals, donkey rides and the outdoor life, this is the place for you! Don't forget to visit Bremen too. This famous Hanseatic city is just 15km away.

  • Here it is all about rest and relaxation in a countryside setting. If you want the buzz of the city simply head to nearby historic Bremen.
  • Children will love to ride on the campsite donkey. Plus the Camping Kids entertainment team make it a party every day!
  • Fancy a swim? Take a choice from the pool on the campsite or head off to the lovely lake that is a 10-minute walk away (fee payable).
  • You can order bread and rolls at the campsite and they'll be waiting for you, crispy and fresh, at reception the next morning. There's a German Stube too. For your daily needs there's a shopping centre with a supermarket just 1km away.

The surrounding of Camping Märchencamping

The campsite is near to the motorway triangle near Stuhr, where the roads numbered 1 and 28 join. This means that you can be in Bremen in no time. Bremen is the historic Hanze trading city, set on both sides of the river Weser. In the town hall square in the old city centre there's an amusing statue of the 'Bremen city musicians' as they performed in the famous fairy-tale by Grimm.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"Only 15km from the ancient city of Hanzey with its historic centre. Yet there's a friendly, rustic atmosphere on this small campsite. A lake, swimming pool and good restauarant."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • swimming cap not mandatory
  • swimming shorts allowed

Spa and Wellness

  • sauna (to be paid)

Facilities

Eating and drinking

  • bar
  • Take away meals
  • Snack bar
  • restaurant: 1

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  • laundrette
  • wifi: only in the central area (to be paid)
  • dryer
  • gas barbecue allowed
  • charcoal barbecue allowed
  • electric barbecue allowed
  • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa
  • children's zoo
  • Giant screen for sports events

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • jeu de boules
  • several small playgrounds
  • inflatable jumping aparatus
  • Multisport area: 1
  • table tennis
  • football: 1

Entertainment

There are no entertainment facilities on this campsite

Ratings & Reviews

8.3
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Fine
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Fine
  • Size of the pitches
    Good
No reviews yet

Ratings & Reviews

8.3
Overall average score of reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Good
  • Surrounding area
    Good
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Fine
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildings
    Fine
  • Size of the pitches
    Good
No reviews yet

Surroundings

The campsite is near to the motorway triangle near Stuhr, where the roads numbered 1 and 28 join. This means that you can be in Bremen in no time. Bremen is the historic Hanze trading city, set on both sides of the river Weser. In the town hall square in the old city centre there's an amusing statue of the 'Bremen city musicians' as they performed in the famous fairy-tale by Grimm.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Märchencamping in Stuhr / Bremen

  • Much closer, just 3km from the campsite, is Heiligenrode with its monastery and old water mill. It's a perfect spot for a stop-off during a pleasant bike ride.
  • Horse riding lovers must visit Verden, some 35km from the campsite. It's the ultimate horse riding sports centre in Germany and there's a great park there too!
  • Tip from the specialist: Visit the old Hanseatic city of Bremen. Stroll through the narrow streets of the 15th century Schnoor district, famous for its arts and crafts shop. Walk past the Pretty little half-timbered houses and then stop at one of the lovely cafés for lunch.
  • This is fairytale country and home to the famous Brothers Grimm story “the Bremen Town Musicians”. A statue depicting the tale stands in the town centre and is a popular attraction.
  • Want to know more about the Brothers Grimm fairytales, then follow the German Fairy Tale Route south, passing Nienburg, Bad Oeynhausen, Hamelin and Bodenwerder. Each town is the setting for a well- known children’s story.
  • Go on a fun family bike trip to Heiligenrode and stop at Eiscafe mulino on your route for real Italian ice cream!
  • Nearest airport: Bremen (BRE) at 15 km
  • Train station: 15 km
  • Bus station: 800 m
  • Area: flat
  • Nearest city/village: 8 km
  • Nearest lake: at 1,2 km from Stellersee
  • Supermarket: 1,5 km
  • Shopping mall: 1,5 km

Surroundings

The campsite is near to the motorway triangle near Stuhr, where the roads numbered 1 and 28 join. This means that you can be in Bremen in no time. Bremen is the historic Hanze trading city, set on both sides of the river Weser. In the town hall square in the old city centre there's an amusing statue of the 'Bremen city musicians' as they performed in the famous fairy-tale by Grimm.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Märchencamping in Stuhr / Bremen

  • Much closer, just 3km from the campsite, is Heiligenrode with its monastery and old water mill. It's a perfect spot for a stop-off during a pleasant bike ride.
  • Horse riding lovers must visit Verden, some 35km from the campsite. It's the ultimate horse riding sports centre in Germany and there's a great park there too!
  • Tip from the specialist: Visit the old Hanseatic city of Bremen. Stroll through the narrow streets of the 15th century Schnoor district, famous for its arts and crafts shop. Walk past the Pretty little half-timbered houses and then stop at one of the lovely cafés for lunch.
  • This is fairytale country and home to the famous Brothers Grimm story “the Bremen Town Musicians”. A statue depicting the tale stands in the town centre and is a popular attraction.
  • Want to know more about the Brothers Grimm fairytales, then follow the German Fairy Tale Route south, passing Nienburg, Bad Oeynhausen, Hamelin and Bodenwerder. Each town is the setting for a well- known children’s story.
  • Go on a fun family bike trip to Heiligenrode and stop at Eiscafe mulino on your route for real Italian ice cream!
  • Nearest airport: Bremen (BRE) at 15 km
  • Train station: 15 km
  • Bus station: 800 m
  • Area: flat
  • Nearest city/village: 8 km
  • Nearest lake: at 1,2 km from Stellersee
  • Supermarket: 1,5 km
  • Shopping mall: 1,5 km

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