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 characterized by idyllic landscapes, crystal clear lakes, dense forests and majestic mountain peaks. The region is known for its picturesque old towns, castles and palaces, as well as for its numerous culinary specialties.

Places to visit

One of the top attractions in southern Germany are the Bavarian castles, including the famous Neuschwanstein Castle. But also the Black Forest, the Swabian Alb and the numerous lakes and rivers offer many opportunities for hiking, biking and water sports activities. In cities like Munich, Stuttgart and Heidelberg there is the possibility to discover historical and cultural sights and enjoy the nightlife.


Southern Germany is suitable for all travelers who want to enjoy nature and culture. Hikers and cyclists will find numerous well-marked trails and routes, while water sports enthusiasts can unwind in the crystal clear lakes and rivers. Culture lovers can look forward to historic towns, castles and palaces, as well as a variety of museums and exhibitions. Families with children will also get their money's worth here: there are many amusement parks and animal parks that provide fun and entertainment.

Events, festivals and traditions

Southern Germany is home to many traditional folk festivals, including the Munich Oktoberfest and the Cannstatter Volksfest in Stuttgart. Music festivals such as the Southside Festival and the Melt! Festival also attract thousands of visitors every year.

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 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 and Black Forest cake. The famous beer from Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg is also not to be missed.

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