Camping in Austria

At Spottocamp you can find 449 fantastic campsites in Austria. Whether you go by tent, camper or caravan, we find the best places to give you a great holiday.

What is the best period for camping in Austria?
The best time to camp in Austria is the months March to September. This is when there is less rain and the most hours of sunshine per day. With a maximum temperature of 24 degrees, July is the hottest month in Austria.

What does camping cost in Austria?
The average price of a campsite in Austria is €26.70 per night. This is an average price based on a car and two persons with a tent, caravan or camper.

On holiday in Austria.

The Republic of Austria is a country located in Central Europe. Austria is situated in the Alps, which means that a large part of the country is mountainous. Approximately two thirds of Austria lies at more than five hundred metres above sea level. Because of its location, the large bodies of water have little influence on the weather in Austria. Therefore, Austria has a temperate continental climate with a high mountain climate at the higher altitudes. Typical for the weather in Austria is the capriciousness you can have to deal with. This can cause big differences in temperature and weather within a relatively short period of time. In addition, the weather, especially locally, is sometimes difficult to predict. The mountains can play an unexpected role, causing the final weather to be quite different from what the meteorologists predicted. Especially in the Alps, the risk of sudden changes of weather is to be expected throughout the year.

The climate in Austria

Austria has three different climates. The highest areas (in, for example, Tyrol and Vorarlberg) have a high mountain climate (type EH) and the lower parts have a temperate continental climate (type Dfb). The transition areas between these two climate zones have a cold continental climate, with cold winters and fairly cool summers. In the far west of Austria, there are some areas with a microclimate, with the temperate maritime climate (Cfb climate) being the most common.The fact that Austria largely has a continental climate and is virtually unaffected by the sea is reflected in the stark nature of the weather. The weather can change completely within one or a few days and also within the country there can be quite large differences in weather type and temperature at the same time. The Alpine regions are particularly susceptible to this and there can even be great differences per mountain or side of a mountain. A well-known weather phenomenon that can cause a sudden change in the weather is the föhn. This warm wind can cause a rapid rise in temperature and is often accompanied by dry, clear air.

We've got campsites in the following regions

Climate table

Month Temperature Sunshine hours p/d Days of precipitation p/m Precipitation p/m
January -5°C to 1°C
2 hours
2 14
February -3°C to 4°C
4 hours
4 13
March 0°C to 9°C
5 hours
5 13
April 3°C to 14°C
6 hours
6 13
May 8°C to 19°C
7 hours
7 14
June 10°C to 22°C
7 hours
7 13
July 13°C to 24°C
8 hours
8 14
August 13°C to 24°C
8 hours
8 13
September 9°C to 20°C
6 hours
6 12
October 4°C to 13°C
4 hours
4 12
November -1°C to 6°C
3 hours
3 15
December -4°C to 2°C
2 hours
2 14

Top rated

Discover our top rated campsites in Austria.

Grubhof

St. Martin bei Lofer

Camping Murinsel

Gro

Camping Bergbauernhof Oberhasenberghof

Taxenbach

Camp MondSeeLand

Mondsee/Tiefgraben

Camping Sonnenland - Freizeitpark

Lutzmannsburg

Camping Ötztal

Oberlängenfeld

Erlebnis-Comfort-Camping Aufenfeld

Aschau im Zillertal

Thermenland Camping Rath und Pichler

Bad Waltersdorf

See-Camping Mentl

Landskron - Heiligen Gestade

Sportcamp Woferlgut

Bruck/Grossglockner

Ferienparadies Natterer See

Natters

Strandcamping Anderwald

Faak am See

HOCHoben Alpin Camping Mallnitz

Mallnitz

Panorama Camping Sonnenberg

Nüziders

Seecamping Berghof

Villach / Landskron

50plus Campingpark Fisching

Weisskirchen

Camping Neubauer

Millstatt am See

Camping Grimmingsicht

Bad Mitterndorf

Camping Sölden

Sölden

Sonnenterrassen-Camping St. Veit

St. Veit im Pongau

Ötztaler Naturcamping

Huben