Camping holidays in Switzerland
Camping in Switzerland is a wonderful way to explore this delightful country. Discover gleaming lakes, icy glaciers, thundering waterfalls and historic spa towns, and take unforgettable journeys to mountain summits.
Active holidaymakers can get stuck into the fabulous climbing, walking, cyclng or even summer skiing, while those looking for a more relaxing break can explore the picturesque cities and villages, visit museums and simply enjoy the gorgeous Swiss countryside.
Our campsite at Interlaken, Switzerland makes an excellent base for family holidays in Switzerland, a walking tour or even a short break.
With a choice of mobile homes and tents and superb facilities on site, a Canvas holiday is a wonderful way to discover holidays in Switzerland: holidays you’ll remember for years to come.
Things to do when you're camping in Switzerland
Interlaken An attractive spa town, set between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz and overlooked by the three peaks of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains. The activities on offer include trips on historic paddle steamers.
The 72 Waterfalls The waterfalls of the Lauterbrunnen Valley include the immensely powerful subterranean Trümmelbach Falls, reached by a funicular railway inside the mountain, and the romantic Staubbach Falls. The valley is a nature conservation area and guided hikes are available.
St. Beatus Caves A huge system of underground limestone formations and gorges of which about a kilometre is accessible along well-lit pathways. There’s also a museum where you can find out about cave science and the history of cave exploration. St Beatus is said to have killed a dragon here and his grave is still a site of pilgrimage.
Oberhofen Visit the picture book lakeside castle and gardens and admire the amazing timepices and music boxes in the Museum of Clocks and Mechanical Musical Instruments.
Jungfrau Railway This iconic railway winds upwards through beautiful scenery and a huge tunnel to the Jungfraujoch, highest station in Europe. The views are incredible and a visit to the Ice Palace cut into the glacier is included with your rail ticket.
Ballenberg Open Air Museum In the reconstructed houses and farm buildings you can catch a glimpse of Swiss rural life in the past, including old crafts and customs. See old varieties of plants and native farm animals, and eat in the restaurants or have a barbeque in the picnic area – wood is provided.
Camping in Switzerland is easy to book online, or by calling our knowledgeable Sales team on 0345 268 0827.