Our Best Campsites In Switzerland
For us, the quintessential camping holiday in Switzerland would feature gorgeous looming mountains, a crystal clear lakeside setting and an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy. When you book a stay at the fantastic 5 star Manor Farm, you are in for a treat.
With fresh alpine air filling your lungs, jaw-dropping landscapes and the freedom to explore the great outdoors, Manor Farm has become a firm favourite among our customers. The campsite itself features first-rate facilities and amenities, as well as a good selection of accommodation options.
Book a stay here for your first foray into camping holidays in Switzerland and you won’t be disappointed.
Best Places In Switzerland For Camping Holidays
For a truly memorable outdoor holiday in this stunning alpine country, it’s recommended to stay in a place that features the very best natural beauty on offer. With snow-capped mountains that kiss the sky, impossibly blue water lakes, crashing rivers, gorgeous verdant woodland and postcard perfect towns, the area around Interlaken is second to none.
Occupying an enviable location between the emerald waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz in the Bernese Oberland region, Interlaken is a picturesque resort town and the gateway to numerous outdoor activities. The town itself is magically enchanting and inviting, whilst the surrounding natural landscapes are simply breath-taking.
Things to do when camping in Switzerland
With such wonderful nature, it would be a sin not to experience the great outdoors of Switzerland to the fullest. It’s a haven for lovers of al fresco pursuits and welcomes holidaymakers from all over the world. When you opt for a camping holiday in Switzerland, you can stay in the lap of nature and enjoy the freedom of a true outdoor holiday.
Around Interlaken, the lovely green woodlands are perfect for a hike, with ramblers able to enjoy plenty of beautiful flora and fauna. Many rivers provide the ideal playground for kayaking, canoeing and white water rafting. The blue waters of the mountain lakes are ideal for water sports such as water-skiing, paddle boarding and jet skiing. The more adventurous travellers among you can scale the highs of the nearby peaks, and ascend by paragliding.
Cyclists can enjoy the gorgeous scenery that sprawls out between all the picturesque alpine villages. Explore these gorgeous chocolate box towns and discover enchanting buildings, streets and markets. Be sure to sample some of the country’s culinary delights including fondue, rosti, raclette, tartiflette and a wide range of sumptuous cheeses. And of course, the chocolate is delightful.
If time allows, the cities of the region are modern and offer fantastic dining experiences, retail therapy and cultural trips.