Camping in South Germany

Small campsites, simple pitches or romantic nature campsites are located near cities like Munich, but also close to numerous natural areas that invite you to go hiking and other outdoor activities. The camping region of southern Germany is the perfect place to get away from it all and stretch your legs.

Camps in South Germany

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Explore Southern Germany: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Southern Germany is a mosaic of stunning natural landscapes and historical marvels. It's home to the Bavarian Alps, offering dramatic mountain vistas and clear alpine lakes, and the mystical Black Forest, with its dense woodlands and folklore. Campsites in this region provide access to outdoor recreation and a chance to explore charming villages and medieval castles.

Places to visit

Take a cable car up the Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak, for awe-inspiring views. The Bodensee (Lake Constance) offers a serene setting for water sports and cycling along its shores. But also the Black Forest and the Swabian Alb offer many opportunities for hiking and biking. Don’t miss the historic cities like Munich, Stuttgart and Heidelberg.


Southern Germany is a haven for hikers, cyclists, and nature enthusiasts. The region boasts numerous trails like the Romantic Road and the Danube Cycle Path, offering scenic routes through vineyards, along rivers, and past castles. The region's lakes are perfect for swimming, sailing, and kayaking during the warmer months.

Events, festivals and traditions

Experience the vibrant culture of Southern Germany at Oktoberfest in Munich, the world’s largest beer festival. The Christmas markets in Nuremberg and Stuttgart are magical, filled with festive lights, decorations, and traditional crafts. The region also celebrates ancient customs with medieval festivals and knights' tournaments, bringing history to life.

Best time to travel

Southern Germany can be visited all year round, but the best time to visit depends on individual preferences. In spring and summer, nature blossoms and there are many outdoor activities like hiking, cycling and lake activities to enjoy, while in winter the mountains and forests are covered in a white splendor and are perfect for winter sports activities.

Regional specialities

Southern Germany is home to many delicious regional specialties, including Bavarian pretzels, Maultaschen from Swabia, Black Forest cake Weisswurst and Käsespätzle. The region is also renowned for its beers from Bavaria and wines, with the Franconia region producing some of the country’s finest Rieslings.

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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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