Camper spots in Germany

You don't have to travel far to have fun. If you have the privilege of owning a campervan, you can easily take a trip.

Whether you want to book a last-minute spot on the road or plan a longer route from home, we have put together a list of all camper spots in Germany just for you. Germany not only offers you a completely different nature, it offers so many beautiful places to visit and drive to. With the Camper you plan your own holiday, with a map or Google maps.

Road trip through Germany

Discover new environments, this time, in the great Germany. Travel to the heights and visit the Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany at 2962 meters high. And that is certainly not the only beautiful mountain in Germany. Such as the city of Heidelberg, a beautiful city with picturesque streets, nice cafes and a great view over the mountains. Take a dip in the water, and go to Lake Constance or to the north of Germany with the camper. Everything is possible with a camper.

Having the advantages of a motorhome in Germany

A motorhome is like having your own glamping site. You have almost everything at hand. All you need is a nice field. A camping pitch generally offers more safety, comfort and space than regular camper pitches. But still the holiday feeling remains. Road tripping through the beautiful nature and long roads. To really be together, or alone.

It is always nice to rest after a long drive. Then you can really come to yourself and enjoy the peace, whether you are with your family, friends, alone or with your partner. Think up together what activities you can do, for example bring some games, or visit a beautiful nature reserve. Take a walk around the area, find some local eateries or shops. Whatever you do, you decide!

Motorhome broken? Don't feel like driving? Or are you looking for something else? How about what luxury and relaxation? Or back-to-basic? We have many options for your next adventure.

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