Our Best Campsites In Alsace
Our best campsites in Alsace occupy fantastic locations in the heart of nature, offering a wonderful base for adventures in the great outdoors and access to lovely towns and villages of the region.
At our resorts, you’ll have a great range of convenient and useful facilities to make your stay not only comfortable but also truly enjoyable. From cool swimming pool complexes and recreational amenities to dining establishments and lively entertainment for all, you’ll have everything you need to enjoy a comprehensive camping holiday in France.
Among our most popular campsites, Le Ried is a green destination that nestles itself in beautiful nature just 2km from the Rhine. Near the city of Munster, Le Parc De La Fecht is a great option for family holidays in a quaint rural setting, where you can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities like cycling and hiking.
Not matter where you decide to camp out, you’ll enjoy a warm welcome for the helpful and friendly staff on your arrival, and plenty of tips and advice throughout your entire stay.
Things to do when camping in Alsace
Alsace truly is a fairy tale region, where charming villages enchant visitors each year and unforgettable holiday memories are made. Having been under French and German control throughout history, there's a distinct mix of cultures, cuisine and architecture. With an abundance of things to do and places to see, make Alsace your next camping holiday destination and make time for all this...
The principal city of the region, Strasbourg is worth a visit if only to amble through the storybook streets of Petit France. Discover the magical buildings that will whisk you back in time, enjoy delicious treats from the array of chocolatiers or take a wonderful boat trip.
Embrace the outdoors with a hike through the stunning Vosges Natural Park that features scenic viewpoints and lovely blue lakes. Keep an eye out for beautiful flora and fauna as you travel through the park on way-marked trails.
You must try some of the mouth-watering specialities of the region including tarte flambée, a pizza like bread topped with crème fraiche, bacon and onions, or Baeckeoffe, a rich and hearty casserole dish. You'll eat well in Alsace!
There's no shortage of picture postcard towns and villages in Alsace, and with the colourful and quaint destinations of Riquewihr and Kaysersberg being our top recommendations.
For amazing camping holidays in Alsace, browse our selection of top campsites. We hope to see you all soon on a visit to this wonderful French region with us.