Whether you want to go glamping, sleep under canvas, relax in a cosy wooden pod or even sleep in a giant bubble while gazing at the stars, Switzerland has a huge range of camping experiences. We've rounded up some of our favourites to help you start planning for summer.
Wild camping is generally tolerated in Switzerland above the treeline, with some restrictions. Wild camping is definitely not allowed in protected areas nature preserves, game rest zones, hunting grounds or Swiss National Park.
Campsites in Switzerland
There are lots of campsites throughout Switzerland, providing an affordable base for your day trips to Swiss towns and mountains. You can either bring along your own caravan or camper, or rent your (mobile) accommodation at the spot. We’ve listed many practical tips for you here, as well as lists of the campsites we recommend.
Must knows about camping in Switzerland
.Camping is an affordable way to spend your holidays in Switzerland.
.Reserve your spot in advance: campsites can get busy in high season.
.Driving with a caravan or camper on Swiss mountain roads requires special skills.
.Wild camping is only allowed in certain areas and under strict conditions.