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Camping at campsites in South Tyrol

Campsites in South Tyrol

• Sun 300 days a year
• Camping in the Dolomites
• Highest mountain the Ortles / Ortler
• National and nature parks

When you camp at one of the campsites in South Tyrol, you are south of the main ridge of the Alps. Only 8% of South Tyrol (7,400 m²) is habitable, 80% consists of mountainous terrain. But here are a few beautiful campsites. The sun shines an average of 300 days a year at the campsites in South Tyrol.

You will find a very diverse vegetati ...

Campsites in South Tyrol

• Sun 300 days a year
• Camping in the Dolomites
• Highest mountain the Ortles / Ortler
• National and nature parks

When you camp at one of the campsites in South Tyrol, you are south of the main ridge of the Alps. Only 8% of South Tyrol (7,400 m²) is habitable, 80% consists of mountainous terrain. But here are a few beautiful campsites. The sun shines an average of 300 days a year at the campsites in South Tyrol.

You will find a very diverse vegetation around the campsites in South Tyrol: while higher up there are dense deciduous and coniferous forests, you camp in the sub-Mediterranean valleys between vineyards and palms. You can enjoy a beautiful view from the campsites in South Tyrol, the high mountains are partly covered with glaciers.

Camping at campsites in the Dolomites

Are you camping at a campsite in the Dolomites? One third of the Dolomites is located on the territory of South Tyrol. The remaining two-thirds of the Dolomites are divided between the provinces of Belluno and Trentino, where you can also camp very well.

Worth knowing about South Tyrol

When you spend your camping holiday at a campsite in South Tyrol, there are a number of things that are useful to know. With no less than 3905 meters, the Ortles / Ortler is the highest mountain in South Tyrol! A real challenge for the mountaineers. There are also a number of national parks and nature parks in South Tyrol: Stilfserjoch National Park, Schlern-Rosengarten, Texelgruppe, Puez-Geisler, Fanes-Sennes-Prags, Trudner Horn, Sextner Dolomiten and Rieserferner-Ahrn. It is not surprising that there are so many nature parks in South Tyrol, as 44% of the surface of South Tyrol is covered with forest. The forests are often difficult to access, are hardly exploited and thus continue to grow.

Enjoy all that splendor? Which can! Find campsites in South Tyrol, close to one of these parks, and you can be sure that you can enjoy beautiful nature during your camping holiday. Perhaps useful for campers to know: the driest region is the valley Val Venosta / Vinschgau, most rain falls in the valleys Valli di Tures e Aurina / Tauferer Ahnrtal.

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42 recommended campings in South Tyrol