Camping in Alsace

Bordering Switzerland to the south and Germany to the east, Alsace is rich in history and culture, boasts beautiful nature and charming villages that enchant and promise nostalgia. The region is staunchly French with a sprinkle of German, and offers the perfect place to enjoy a fantastic family holiday whether you want to relax and refresh or explore and indulge in outdoors activities.


Camping Holidays in Alsace

Camping in Alsace can be wholeheartedly enjoyed at fantastic destinations ideally located in Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin, and will immerse you in the heart of a land full of wonderful places to discovery and an abundance of activities to enjoy!

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Things To Do While Camping In Alsace

Alsace truly is a fairy tale region, where charming villages enchant visitors each year and unforgettable holiday memories are made. Having been under French and German control throughout history, there's a distinct mix of cultures, cuisine and architecture. With an abundance of things to do and places to see, make Alsace your next camping holiday destination and make time for all this...

Visit Strasbourg

The principal city of the region, Strasbourg is worth a visit if only to amble through the storybook streets of Petit France. Discover the magical buildings that will whisk you back in time, enjoy delicious treats from the array of chocolateries or take a wonderful boat trip.

Hike in the Vosges Natural Park

Embrace the outdoors with a hike through the stunning Vosges Natural Park that features scenic viewpoints and lovely blue lakes. Keep an eye out for beautiful flora and fauna as you travel through the park on way-marked trails.

Sample Alsatian Cuisine

You must try some of the mouthwatering specialities of the region including tarte flambée, a pizza like bread topped with creme fraiche, bacon and onions, or Baeckeoffe, a rich and hearty casserole dish. You'll eat well in Alsace!

Visit Charming Villages

There's no shortage of picture postcard towns and villages in Alsace, and with the colourful and quaint destinations of Riquewihr and Kaysersberg being our top recommendations.

For amazing camping holidays in Alsace, browse our selection of top campsites or call one of our expert sales team who can help you decide which spot is best for you. Hope to see you all soon on a visit to this wonderful French region with Canvas Holidays!