Camping in Valais

Our campsites in the idyllic Valais - between the Matterhorn and glaciers, on vineyards and with lots of culture. Whether with a tent, bus or camper - camping in Valais will be an unforgettable vacation experience!

Camps in Valais

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Camping in Valais - this is what our campers think

Explore Valais: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Valais is one of the most beautiful regions of Switzerland and is known for its breathtaking alpine landscapes. Here you will find numerous glaciers, mountain lakes, deep valleys and idyllic villages. The region is a paradise for nature and outdoor lovers.

Places to visit

Valais has many beautiful places to offer, including Zermatt, probably the most famous resort at the foot of the Matterhorn, and the Aletsch Glacier, the largest glacier in the Alps. The Saas Vispa, a wild river, is a popular destination for rafting and kayaking.

Activities

Valais is suitable for those who love being in nature and love doing outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking and skiing. The region also offers opportunities for fishing, paragliding and rafting. The picturesque villages offer glimpses of local culture and history and are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the local cuisine.

Events, festivals and traditions

There's a lot going on in Valais. There are many traditional events and festivals, including the Nostalgic Gourmet Mile in Saas-Fee, the Sierre Blues Festival or the Zermatt Unplugged. Or how about the Open Air Gampel and the Festival des Artistes de Rue in Sierre. For art lovers, there is the renowned Verbier Art Summit festival.

Best time to travel

Valais can be visited all year round, but the best time to visit is from June to September, when the weather is mild and pleasant and most outdoor activities are available. In winter, Valais offers excellent ski resorts and cross-country ski trails.

Regional specialities

Valais is known for its cheeses and cheese dishes, including especially raclette and fondue. The region is also famous for its wines, especially Fendant, a dry white wine that pairs perfectly with local specialties. Another popular dish is the Valais platter, a plate of beef, cheese and rye bread.

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