Natterer See Campsite

Aristocratic Alpine hospitality

Another campsite will allow you to visit the famous Austrian city of Innsbruck that twice hosted the Winter Olympic Games and still is considered the main sports center in Austria. This well-equipped campsite is located just seven kilometers north-west of Innsbruck on the shores of luxury Lake Natterer, lying at the foot of the eastern Alps. This wonderful natural pond defines the core value of staying in these protected areas.

Due to the characteristics of climate, vacations at this campsite are great both in summer and winter. During warmer months, the walks along the mountain slopes, biking, fishing, surfing, water skiing and, of course, constant swimming in clear mountain lakes are available. For fans of active vacations exciting water volleyball competitions, as well as race and mock battles in the castle made of inflatable slides, located right in the water, are organized.

In winter all lovers of skiing, figure skating, curling and ice hockey are coming here. Several equipped ski slopes start right at the campsite, and shuttle-buses take the skiers to the slopes.

And another nice thing — near this alpine parking lot at a distance of tens of kilometers, the famous Tyrolean villages are located, and by visiting them you can feel the genuine pleasure if you are a gourmets of colorful bourgeois life. In such small cozy towns it is nice to taste the local cuisine, admire the “toy” architecture, buy souvenirs and local crafts.

As for everyday comfort, in this case the crew is provided with all components of carefully thought European service, including free internet access, washrooms, facilities for people with disabilities, a mini-laundry, shop, restaurant and bar.

Those wishing to attend the first-class indoor pool will have to overcome five kilometers of beautiful landscape; outdoor swimming pool is located within three kilometers and the nearest surfers club can be reached in about half an hour by car.

Natterer See campsite is a pass into the wonderful century-old world of Tyrolean wealth, decorated with all possible beauties of mountain landscape.