THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPSITES IN SALZBURG
Well, where should one start to describe a holiday region like the Salzburger Land? Perhaps with two very special "Topcamping sites", which are blessed with stunning panoramic scenery...
The city of Salzburg has been a world cultural heritage site since 1997. It is also internationally known for its numerous attractions: the Salzburg Festival, Mozart, the play “Jedermann”, as well as culinary delights such as the “Salzburger Nockerln” and the famous “Mozartkugeln”. Salzburg is also the name of the county surrounding the city. You can find top campsites that offer a friendly atmosphere and an idyllic landscape.
Seecamp Zell am See
When you hear a camping guest raving about a crystal-clear lake and a picturesque alpine panorama after his return from a holiday in Austria, you can be sure that he has spent his most beautiful time of the year at Seecamp Zell am See.
Camping in Zell am See means: enjoying nature and the cute little city nearby. On the one hand, the site nestles in one of the most beautiful locations between the snow-capped peaks of the Kitzsteinhorn and the Großglockner in the south and the gray giants of the “Steinerne Meer” in the north; on the other hand, guests can easily reach the historical town centre with its magical and picturesque atmosphere along the 1.8 km-long lakeside promenade. Seecamp Zell am See offers 160 pitches in a nice and family-friendly surrounding, which many camping enthusiasts are looking for. This kind of accommodation as well as the leisure activities offer a wide range of leisure possibilities.
Whether you are a seasonal or a long-term camper – you will spend a joyful time all year round. The experienced holidaymaker enjoys this family-friendly campsite as much as the individual traveler or the members of a motorcycle club on their motorbike vacation.
All pitches are equipped with electricity, many also with fresh water, waste water, cable TV and gas. Even the 30 tent pitches are partially equipped with electricity. The top campsite in Zell am See - Kaprun has modern and child-friendly sanitary facilities, a laundry room with cooking facilities, a barbecue area, a mobile home service station, a minimarket, a private beach with a bathing island, a kayaking school, a play room with TV area, bike rental, table tennis and table soccer as well as an "underwater climbing garden".
Hiking, cycling, biking, swimming, water sports, beach volleyball, golf and minigolf are just a few of the summer sport and leisure activities, which you can enjoy during your stay at Seecamp Zell am See. The free event "Zeller Seezauber" is a holiday highlight that includes water, light, music and a laser show. It has a magical effect on the camping guests.
A top campsite in the province of Salzburg, to which guests like to come back every year.
Talking about a magnificent atmosphere and stunning facilities, Sportcamp Woferlgut in Bruck near Zell am See is in no way inferior, on the contrary: this campsite, which is close to Lake Zell offers, together with its lovingly designed 4-star hotel Woferlgut, a very high standard. Here you can enjoy a maximum of comfort and plenty of space for recreation. Camping in Salzburg and in particular at Sportcamp Woferlgut includes, amongst other things, the possibility to rent private bathrooms. In addition, the campsite offers a supermarket, a baby bath, luxury pitches, caravans to rent as well as a mountain hut. Curious? Find out more about this site.
Sophisticated camping enthusiasts will be delighted to know that all facilities at Sportcamp Woferlgut are all-inclusive – whether you spend your holidays on one of the luxury pitches, in a rental caravan or in the mountain hut. The facilities include a private bathing lake, a heated pool, a sun-bathing lawn, the Topi kids club, a wellness and adventure centre with sauna area, a fitness studio with a professional trainer and the low rope course.
There are a wide range of activities available all year round: hiking, rafting and canyoning, mountain biking, golf, cross-country skiing, skiing or snowshoe hiking. Another particular highlight is the Woferlgut Restaurant. After all, camping guests also like to be spoilt on holiday. Full of enthusiasm and energy they might take on the "Camping Großglockner" challenge and tackle the giant mountain, which is only a stone’s throw from the campsite.
And if someone asks you where you would like to spend next year’s camping holiday in Salzburg – the answer is, of course, Sportcamp Woferlgut.