Camping in Italy

From Lake Garda and the Dolomites to the sea and Sicily. Discover the diverse landscape, the Mediterranean climate and the unique culture in the camping paradise Italy. Whether with tent or camper, with family, friends or alone, in Italy everyone gets their money's worth.

Camps in Italy


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Explore Italy: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Italy is known for its picturesque cities, impressive coastline, imposing mountains and idyllic landscapes. The country is also famous for its art, history and culture, which are reflected in its many monuments and museums.

Places to visit

The list of top destinations in Italy is long and ranges from the vibrant city of Rome with its ancient ruins to the picturesque coastal towns on the Amalfi Coast and the rolling hills and wine regions of Tuscany. The north with Lake Garda, the canal city of Venice and the Cinque Terre are also very popular with guests.


Italy is suitable for those who are passionate about history, art and culture. But here you can also go hiking, biking, relaxing on the beach or skiing. Or just stroll through the picturesque towns and enjoy the local cuisine.

Events, festivals and traditions

Italy hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year, including the famous Carnival or the Venice Film Festival, the historic Palio di Siena horse race in Tuscany or the Chocolate Festival in Perugia. You are spoiled for choice.

Best time to travel

The best time to travel to Italy depends on the desired activity and the region. In summer, the coastal regions and islands such as Sardinia and Sicily are particularly popular, while in winter the ski resorts of the Alps and Apennines are recommended. Spring and autumn are ideal for hiking and city trips.

Regional specialities

What are regional specialties that you should try? All of Italy is known for its delicious cuisine. Box office hits like pasta, pizza, olive oil and wine are probably familiar to all. Each region has its own specialties, including Neapolitan pizza, Parmesan cheese from Emilia-Romagna and Sicilian cannoli. Try one of the many Italian wines to go with it, such as Brunello di Montalcino, Barolo, Barbaresco, Franciacorta or Amarone.

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