Camping in Switzerland
Switzerland is a true jewel, particularly for seasoned campers. There are many gorgeous camping locations in Switzerland for you to discover, surrounded by the Alps and Jura mountains, with the Swiss Plateau in the heart of it all. Here are the most incredible campsites in Switzerland, whether you prefer camping next to a self-made fire or prefer to be pampered by glamping accommodations. Scroll down to see the best spots for camping in Switzerland.
Whitepod – Monthey
The Swiss Alps have never been more elegant or comfortable to explore. Whitepod is a unique way to experience the mountains’ stunning natural splendor while being surrounded by everything you need… and a bit more.
Glamping in one of the fifteen domes perched on wooden platforms provides an incredible view of the scenery. And it provides protection from the cold and snow, a wood-burning stove, organic luxury bedding, and a full-service washroom. Enjoy some food and beverages at the restaurant and bar. And don’t forget to keep sharing your stunning Instagram pics using the free Wifi.
On paper, the designation of “Europe’s highest campground” sounds fantastic, but wait till you see it in person. Camping Arolla is located at 1,950 meters above sea level in Val d’Hérens-Valais, in the foothills of numerous spectacular Alpine peaks and glaciers, creating a very breathtaking scene. There are several on-site activities, including Pétanque sets for hire, a communal BBQ, and a reading box where visitors may borrow and deposit books, in addition to exploring the wonderful setting. Keep it simple with a conventional tent (which you can also rent on-site) or go all out with a glamping experience in a cozy ‘cocooning tent.’
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Lac de Taney – Valais
If you want to get lost in nature and disconnect from the rest of the world, head to the Valais region near the Lac de Taney. This lovely location is ideal for camping in Switzerland, as well as trekking. This isolated and serene setting, just an hour’s stroll from the village of Le Flon, is perfect for a little disconnecting time. Toilets and a few of auberges are available at the campsite. Then, hike up to Grammont’s summit for a breathtaking view of Lake Geneva and the surrounding mountains, including Mont Blanc. You’ll have the sensation of being on top of the world.
The Lauterbrunnen cliffs, a short distance south of Interlaken, are a fantastic wild camping place in Switzerland. This portion of Switzerland is known for its rocky terrain. In addition, this location offers spectacular views of the Interlaken area. You must take the train from Interlaken Ost to Lauterbrunnen to get there; head south of Lauterbrunnen if you want to discover a wild camping spot. You’ll soon arrive at a canyon with dozens of tree-covered regions. At wild camping fires to a minimum and keep a safe distance from inhabited areas when wild camping near Lauterbrunnen.
TCS Camping Sempach
TCS Camping Sempach is a popular campsite because it is nestled in Lake Sempach’s unspoiled natural setting. Bungalows, pods, and tipis are among the glamping options. A beach with a ‘lake pool,’ beach volleyball, pedalo rental, and a bike tour around the lake are also available.