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Whether it’s a lakeside setting, a central location close to the city of Bern or with views of the wonderful alpine landscape, all these campsites are well worth the trip.
Camping Lazy Rancho
Face-to-face: the ‘love igloo’ opposite the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau summits is just one of many camping options for overnighting between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.
With its rural charm and wonderful views of the mountain scenery, the Hofstatt-Derfli campsite feels instantly welcoming.
Why not aim high once again and enjoy life in the great outdoors: situated at 1,500 m the border with Canton Freiburg is nearby, and yet the hectic pace of everyday life could not be further away.
It even has its own little dock! Children will love the location right on the shores of Lake Brienz with direct lake access, but there are also lots of watersports options for adults too.
Hotel Camping Sutz
With its shop, BBQ areas (some partly covered) and campsite restaurant, this site close to the lake makes dining out all the more enjoyable.
Set among lush green meadows, with a 360-degree mountain panorama, the Meiringen campsite certainly deserves its ‘alpine’ name. Plus it has lots more to offer besides.
TCS Camping Thunersee-Gwatt
A tele-visual feast, literally: wake up to and look out at the calm waters of Lake Thun. Then, in the blink of an eye, gaze out at the astonishing mountain panorama.
TCS Camping Bern – Eymatt
Camping or glamping? BBQ or the campsite’s own restaurant? Sunbathing or boating? At the Bern-Eymatt campsite you’re spoilt for choice!
The Kappeli is the ideal starting point for hikes, mountain tours and leisurely walks along rivers and lakes – in a peaceful and idyllic setting.
The motto of the Frutigresort in Frutigen is “arrive and simply enjoy”. The campsite is the ideal base to explore the Bernese Oberland and the surrounding Alps while contributing effortlessly to the well-being of its guests.
Two lakeshores await, along with a snow-capped mountain scenery close to the famous ski resorts. An enticing starting point to unwind and relax once you’ve reached your destination.
Relaxing winter holidays are very much the order of the day at the Vermeille campsite in the picturesque Simmental valley.
Embark to your heart’s content on all sorts of skiing adventures in the heart of the Kandersteg mountains or enjoy the many cross-country trails in the surrounding area.
A high point, with (fun) pass included We all try and aim high in life. It’s an aim which, when it comes to campsites, is best achieved up on the Jaun Pass, with (fun) pass included, not to mention direct links to the ski area.
The campsite is ideal for accessing the meticulously prepared pistes of the Jungfrau Ski Region. And for après-ski, there’s nowhere more popular than the resort’s very own Schneebar.
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