For those into glamping, the 10 Safari Tents with wooden floors, a double bed and your own patch of garden offer a romantic getaway.
This quiet spot in the Valais is a wonderfully tranquil place to stay a night or two. It remains tranquil partly due to its location, an hour’s hike from the village of Le Flon below.
Europe’s highest campsite (1,950 metres) even has hot showers, electric hook-ups, washing machines and a small grocery shop.
Tucked into the unspoilt natural landscape around Lake Sempach, TCS Camping Sempach is Canton Lucerne’s most popular campsite.
Camping Gravatscha is an ideal location for biking in summer and cross-country skiing in winter, as the trails start nearby. St. Moritz is 5 km away and the Marguns-Corviglia Ski Area is 3 km away.
We won’t lie: it was the gold panning available at TCS Camping Disentis that got us really excited about this Graubünden campsite.
The leafy setting on the edge of a park belies its location – the campsite is just six kilometres outside Geneva.
Minutes outside the beautiful Baroque town of the same name, this is a get-away-from-it-all campsite that is also full of things to do.
Lying in a tent listening to birdsong is idyllic, but if you’re looking for more comfort you’ll find it in the modern bungalows, pods and maxi pods available for rent. The facilities were renovated in 2012, and are still looking slick. However, there is plenty to keep you occupied during a longer stay, including a swimming pool, playground for the little ones, bike rental and an interactive exhibition at the nature reserve.
The Camping Tamaro in Tenero, right on the banks of Lake Maggiore, offers you fully equipped caravans with electric power and water supply amid palm trees and flowers.