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Counties in Austria

 
All campsites in Austria in our Austria camping directory are organized into following categories:



Burgenland (South East)

Salzburg area (Central)

Upper Austria (North Centre)

Carinthia (South Centre)

Styria (South Centre)

Vienna area (Central East)

Lower Austria (North East)

Tyrol (Central West)

Vorarlberg (South West)

 
 

Campings in Austria

Explore unexplored Austria camping. Have a look below and find selected family campings in Austria. If you want to get more information about camping Austria, just click on the camping name. To browse european campings by country, please use a menu on the left hand side. For your convenience, we organized all campings in europe by country, county and city. Looking for your camping Austria will be now easier.



Camping Am Waldbad

Raßnig, A-9772 Dellach Im Drautal
Dellach Im Drautal, Carinthia
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Inselcamp

Unterburgau 37, A-4866 Unterach Am Attersee, Salzkammergut
Unterach Am Attersee, Upper Austria
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CAmping Dr.Lauth

Zugspitzstrasse 34
Ehrwald, Tyrol
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Camping - Appartments Suedufer

Seeuferstrasse 196 A-5700 Zell am See
Zell Am See, Salzburg area
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Schluga Camping Hermagor

Vellach 15, A-9620 Hermagor- Pressegger See
Hermagor, Carinthia
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Naturpark Schluga Seecamping

, A-9620 Hermagor Pressegger See
Hermagor Presseggersee, Carinthia
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Kur Camping Erlengrund

Erlengrundstraße 6 5640 Bad Gastein
Bad Gastein, Salzburg area
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Camping Morgenfurt

Uferweg 73 9552 Steindorf am Ossiacher See
Steindorf, Carinthia
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Almcamp Schatzlmühle

Viechtwang 1 A, 4644 Scharnstein
Scharnstein, Upper Austria
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Fkk Grosscamping Sabotnik

Fam. Kaufitsch Dobein 9, A-9074 Keutschach Am See phone +43-4273-2509 fax +43-4273-2605
Keutschach Am See, Carinthia
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Comfort Camping Falken

Falkenweg 7, A-9900 Lienz
Lienz, Tyrol
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Camping Alpenfreude

Wertschach 27, A-9612 St. Georgen im Gailtal,
St. Georgen, Carinthia
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Camping Eichenwald

Schießstandweg 10, A-6422 Stams, Österreich
Stams, Tyrol
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Camping Zirngast

Linke Ennsau 633 A-8970 Schladming phone: +43 (0) 3687 23195 fax: +43 (0) 3687 23195-4
Schladming, Styria
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Komfortcamping Berau

Schwarzenbach 16, A-5360 St. Wolfgang
St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria
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Rutar Lido Fkk- Bäder und See Camping

Lido 1, A-9141 Eberndorf
Eberndorf, Carinthia
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Thermenland Camping Rath & Pichler

Campingweg 316, A-8271 Bad Waltersdorf
Bad Waltersdorf, Styria
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Camping Seewiese

Tristachersee 2, 9900 Lienz/Tristach Austria
Lienz / Amlach, Tyrol
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Campingplatz Judenstein

Judenstein 40, A-6074 Rinn
Rinn, Tyrol
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Camping Sölden

Wohlfahrtstraße 22 A-6450 Sölden
Sölden, Tyrol
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Travel Tips & Guides Austria

History of Klagenfurt

Founded by the Count of Carinthia as a stronghold across the commercial routes in the area, it is mentioned for the first time in the late 12th century as Forum Chlagenvurth. That settlement occupied an area who was subject to frequent floods, so in 1246 duke Bernhard von Spanheim founded it again in a more secure position. It received city rights in 1252.  read more...

Trips around Klagenfurt

Take a trip around lake Wörthersee with stops in Pörtschach, Velden am Wörthersee and Maria Wörth.   read more...

Main Sights of Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt has about 90.000 inhabitants and is located close to Wörthersee. It is the native town of well-known writer Robert Musil (especially known for his book The Man Without Qualities) and is host for the The Ingeborg Bachmann Competition, a famous German literature competition. Gustav Mahler, musician and composer also worked and lived in Klagenfurt. Every year the Beach Volleyball Grand Slam Tournament takes place at Wörthersee lake at the beginning of August.  read more...

How to Get in Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt (Slovenian: Celovec) is the capital of Carinthia in Austria. Klagenfurt is located at the A2 motorway and has three exits (Klagenfurt-West, Klagenfurt-Ost and Klagenfurt Airport). Therefor it can be easily reached by Graz, Vienna and Villach. The B91 connects Klagenfurt to Slovenia.   read more...

History of Innsbruck

The first colonialistaions point out the early Stone Age. Pre-roman place names show that the area has been populated continously. In the 4th Century the Romans established the army station Veldidena (which refers to the todays urban district Wilten) as protection of the economically important commercial street from Verona-Brenner-Augsburg.  read more...

Interesting Things to See in Innsbruck

Innsbruck is the provincial capital of Tyrol. Its 110,000 residents make it the fifth largest city in Austria. Innsbruck is reachable through both of Tyrol's motorways: Inntalautobahn (A 12) and Brennerautobahn (A 13).   read more...

History of Graz

The oldest settlement on the ground of the modern city of Graz dates back to the Copper Age. However, there is no historical continuity of a settlement before the Middle Ages.  read more...

What to Do in Graz

Walk or climb up the Schlossberg and have a meal in the open-air at the top whilst admiring the views. The easiest way is to walk up the Sporgasse from the Hauptplatz to the "Karmeliterplatz" where you walk under a archway on the left where a road meaders up the gentler eastern side of the Schloßberg.  read more...

What to See in Graz

Graz with a population of 287,723 as of 2006 (of which 250,099 have principal residence status), is the second-largest city in Austria after Vienna and the capital of the federal state of Styria (Steiermark in German). It has a long tradition as a student city, with six universities with over 40,000 students. Graz's "Old Town" is one of the best-preserved city centers in Central Europe, and in 1999 was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites. Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe for 2003.  read more...

How to Get in Graz

Graz is the capital of Styria (Steiermark) and the 2nd largest city of Austria.  read more...

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