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Top camping destinations in Germany - Luxury mobilhomes and tents
Hiking in the Bavarian Alps or clubbing in Berlin? Whichever German LUX-camps holidaymakers choose, they'll have a thrill a minute in one of Europe's most exciting countries. Tempted? Visit the LUX-camp website and find the German holiday destination just right for you! Full text
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lux-camp.co.uk is a member of ABTA (no. Y6363).
This means the holidays on this website are protected by ABTA.
Read more about our company here.
DBF-Travel AG as your contract partner when booking via
lux-camp.co.uk is a member of ABTA (no. Y6363).
This means the holidays on this website are protected by ABTA.
Read more about our company here.
Camping destinations in Germany List of most popular camping destinations in Germany
Lower Saxony
Known as one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Germany, Lower Saxony offers the holiday camping getaway of a lifetime. From stunning seaside view...
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Camping Germany - camp sites in Lower Saxony - camping holiday in mobile homes and  tents
Region highlights
Situated in northwestern Germany
Discover the natural heritage
Visit the Harz mountains
Unspoiled countryside
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Baden-Württemberg
The southern part of Germany boasts rich culture and natural beauty that appeals to visitors from all over Europe. This part of the country is particularly popu...
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Camping Germany - camp sites in Baden-Württemberg - camping holiday in mobile homes and  tents
Region highlights
In the southwest of Germany
Visit Hohenzollern Castle
Germany’s biggest theme park
Nature, culture and wine
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North Rhine-Westphalia
Germany's Federal State North Rhine-Westphalia is home to some of the country's most important cities in terms of tourism and economic output. Cologne, Düsseldo...
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Camping Germany - camp sites in North Rhine-Westphalia - camping holiday in mobile homes and  tents
Region highlights
Cultural cities & historic towns
Beautiful hiking trails
Museums, theatres, opera
Rural north / mountainous south
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All about camping in Germany

Luxury Camping Destination Germany
Whether campers choose to explore Germany's North and Baltic Sea islands Sylt, Amrum, Fehmarn or Rügen for beach life, water sports and unrivalled fish dinners, or head further south to sample the culinary delights of Schupfnudeln in Stuttgart, Weißwurst in historic Bamberg, Munich or Nürnberg, Germany's luxury camping sites offer tourists a great opportunity to rediscover one of Europe's regionally most diverse countries.

Explore Berlin's trendy nightclubs, take a river cruise down the Rhine to see vineyards and medieval castles - or climb the Alps! It's all there for the taking. Facilities at holiday camp sites are excellent, including children's playgrounds, free Wi-Fi and supermarkets.
Why should you rent a luxury mobile home in Germany?
  • German camp sites are typically close to railway and coach stations - no need to hire a car to reach tourist attractions
  • from Munich's famous Oktoberfest in Bavaria to Lübeck's fantastic Christmas market in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany's fun-packed festivals are a perfect excuse to pack a bag and go on a luxury camping holiday
  • from zoos to world-class art collections, from spectacular theme parks with thrilling rides to nature reserves of outstanding natural beauty and beaches to die for, Germany has it all and more
  • it's a child and pet-friendly country, where all family members are guaranteed to have a fabulous time at their LUX-camp

Germany's most popular Camping Destinations

Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria
Follow the wine route or explore a multitude of castles and palaces in Germany's smallest Federal State, Baden-Württemberg. Its capital Stuttgart boasts great shopping and dining, a fabulous zoo (Wilhelmina) and in Bavaria's capital Munich tourists can enjoy a historic walking tour that takes the English Garden, the former royal residences and some of Europe's loveliest churches.

Lower Saxony
About an hour's train ride from Berlin, Lower Saxony offers luxury camping holidays near forests, lakes and rivers, but also in close proximity to historic cities like Dresden and Leipzig with their great art collections and stunning architecture. Love hiking? Lower Saxony's pine forests will appeal to you!
Germany's most popular Camping Destinations:
  • Northern Germany
  • Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria in the South
  • Lower Saxony in the East
Northern Germany
Schleswig-Holstein's picturesque Baltic Sea coast resorts Grömitz, Haffkrug, Scharbeutz, Niendorf and Timmendorfer-Strand, the islands Rügen and Fehmarn and North Sea islands Amrum and Sylt are ideal for campers looking for relaxation by the sea. Enjoy water sports like sailing, fishing, surfing and sea kayaking. With a landscape as flat as a pancake, exploring by bike is both pleasurable and easy for all abilities and ages.

Beaches and Nature in Germany

The Harz Mountains offer fantastic hiking trails and fairytale towns with UNESCO World Heritage Site status. From mountain hikes in the Alps to nature reserves on the islands of Fehmarn or Rügen where large flocks of migratory birds gather in spring and autumn, Germany is a great place for enjoying the outdoors and an unforgettable luxury camping holiday.
Germany's North Sea and Baltic Sea coastlines are very different. While the North Sea's Wattenmeer coast is ideal for cycling, walking and bird-watching holidays, the elegant seaside resorts of Timmendorfer-Strand, just an hour's drive from Hamburg, and Travemünde are great for sunbathing, surfing and sailing, dining out and shopping. A little to the east lie the lovely towns of Ratzeburg, Wismar and Rostock, great places for admiring medieval architecture.

Attractions in Germany

Or be amazed by the architecture of UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Lübeck, Bamberg or Goslar, each boasting around 1,000 ancient houses, churches and municipal buildings. Like to go clubbing? Berlin is just the place for you! It boasts more theatres, pubs, clubs and restaurants than any other city in Germany.
Go sailing in Travemünde, watch an open-air theatre performance at Eutin Castle or enjoy a concert in Hamburg's Stadtpark, visit Berlin's Museumsinsel for world-class art collections or try keeping up with the professional hiking guides in Baden-Württemberg's gorgeous Hohenlohe region.

Food, Culture, Weather and History

History
Germany's involvement in two world wars prevented international tourism for a long time. Now one of Europe's most modern and forward-looking democracies, Germany offers a wealth of cultural and historical attractions for tourists choosing to rent a mobile home and camping luxury in LUX-camps near historic villages and towns.
Food, Drink and Culture
Boasting more than 700 different types of bread and probably just as many varieties of lager and ale, Germany's culinary scene is as diverse as its regional landscapes. Every federal state has its own specialities, from smoked halibut in Kiel, Spätzle in Stuttgart and Zwiebelkuchen in Mainz to Haxn mit Knödeln in Berchtesgaden. Germans like to feast and party, and throughout the year there are plenty of festivals celebrating wine, regional food and beer.

Weather and Climate
Germany enjoys a temperate climate, with cold winters and mild summers. Bavaria gets plenty of snow.

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