Camping in Piemonte

Located on the border with Switzerland and France, this is an exceptional region for gourmets, nature lovers and camping enthusiasts. You can expect an authentic cuisine, truffle specialties and excellent wines. All this in a romantic hilly landscape framed by majestic Alps in the northwest of Italy.

Camps in Piemonte

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Explore Piemonte: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Piemonte, nestled at the foot of the Alps, is a region with a unique combination of nature and cultural sites such as historic towns. Its diverse landscape offers campers the chance to stay among the vine-covered hills of Langhe and Monferrato, both UNESCO World Heritage sites, or near the grandeur of the Alpine lakes.

Places to visit

Explore the Baroque splendor of Turin, Piemonte's capital, with its rich history and vibrant cultural scene. Adventure seekers can venture to the Gran Paradiso National Park for breathtaking mountain vistas and wildlife spotting. The Langhe region, with its vineyards and abundance of truffles, and Lake Maggiore, offer serene escapes and picturesque landscapes.


Piedmont is suitable for those who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in wine and good food. To that end, a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, skiing and rafting, provide the perfect break from the culinary program. Visit one of the region's many wineries and sample local wines and truffle-infused specialties.

Events, festivals and traditions

The Alba White Truffle Fair is an autumn highlight, drawing gourmands from around the world. The Ivrea Carnival, with its historic Battle of the Oranges, offers a unique glimpse into local traditions. Piemonte's wine harvest festivals in September celebrate the region's renowned viticulture with tastings, tours, and cultural events.

Best time to travel

Late spring (May to June) and autumn (September to November) are ideal for camping in Piemonte, offering pleasant weather and the chance to witness the vineyards in bloom or harvest. Winter sports enthusiasts will find the snowy months, from December to March, perfect for exploring Piemonte's well-equipped ski resorts.

Regional specialities

Piedmont is known for its rich culinary traditions, including truffles, cheese, wine and chocolate. Specialties include tajarin, a type of homemade tagliatelle served with butter and truffles, and bagna cauda, a type of fondue made with garlic and olive oil and served with vegetables and bread. Barolo wine, which comes from the Langhe region, is also a must for wine lovers.

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Nomady is for everyone who loves to be out and about in nature. Whether with a campervan or motorhome, a tent, hiking, on vacation or just passing through. The overnight options at our hosts are varied: a simple meadow, a pitch next to a creek, a large garden, a rustic hut or a secluded spot in the forest. Depending on your needs and preferences you can filter for camps with specific facilities, surroundings or your preferred activities. There are also many offers which include a fireplace, are especially family-friendly or the perfect place for dogs (and they even stay for free).

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