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The Camping.info Award 2019: The 110 Best Campsites in Europe

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The Winner of the Camping.info Award 2019: Robert and Maria Stainer from Grubhof


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We`ve identified the 110 most popular campsites in Europe!

165,336 ratings from 92,128 campers make up this year’s basis for the 2019 Camping.info Award, which is calculated using our proven formula. The results are the 100 best campsites in Europe as well as the top campsites from 10 other countries not represented on the Top 100 list such as Greece, Sweden and Albania — all determined according to the guest ratings and reviews on Camping.info. This annual award is purely a people’s choice award; there is no jury and no discretionary decision-making. Ratings submitted by campers are all that counts!

The Top-Ranked Campsites

Even though many campsites held onto their spots from last year, there were also numerous changes to the ranking this year. Just as it has the past two years, Grubhof in Austria made it to No. 1 again in 2019. This campsite in the Salzburg Pinzgau region has received outstanding guest ratings for years now and tops the list of the 100 best campsites in Europe for the third year in a row. Those who know this campsite know that this constant trend isn’t only noticeable in the online reviews but on site as well. Camping Hopfensee comes it at No. 2 again this year, and it also happens to be Germany’s best campsite. No. 3 goes to Italy — the Luxury Camping Schlosshof Resort in South Tyrol. In the Top 10, the Rosenfelder Strand Ostsee Camping in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, improved its ranking by three whole spots, moving from No. 9 to No. 6. Moving up 7 spots, Camp MondSeeLand in Upper Austria also made it onto the 2019 Top 10 list.

   

Climbers and Newcomers

Other campsites that have climbed the ranks include the Komfort-Campingpark Burgstaller in Carinthia, Austria (+36), Camping Silberbach in Saxony, Germany (+32) and 50plusCampingpark Fisching in Styria, Austria (+31). The biggest jump within the Top 100 was made by Erlebnis-Comfort-Camping Aufenfeld in Tyrol, Austria; the campsite climbed 53 spots, making it to No. 17 this year.

The highest-ranking newcomer this year is the Familienpark Senftenberger See in Brandenburg, Germany. Although this campsite was far away from the Top 100 last year, it improved greatly in the 2019 ranking, rocketing up 492 spots to No. 83. Similarly impressive is the rise of the Italian campsite Camping Vidor Family & Wellness Resort, which rose from No. 115 to No. 19 (+96) and the Dutch campsite Camping De Kleine Wolf, which climbed from No. 141 to No. 80 (+61).

As it does every year, the Camping.info Award 2019 offers real insider tips for campsites. With this proven formula, which primarily takes guest satisfaction and amenities into account, even smaller campsites are able to make it into the Top 100.

  

The Best Campsites from 110 Other Countries

For the third time in a row, popular campsites from 10 other countries that aren’t already represented in the Top 100 list are also presented with awards. This way, you can also find 2019 Camping.info Award-winning campsites in the following countries: France, Denmark, Croatia, Albania, Slovenia, Greece, Hungary, Serbia, Sweden and Macedonia.

   

No. 1 in France

Castel Camping L'Anse du Brick

Lower Normandy
No. 1 in Denmark

Skiveren Camping

North Jutland
No. 1 in Croatia

Polidor Camping Park

Istria
No. 1 in Albania

Camping Lake Shkodra Resort

Shkoder
No. 1 in Slovenia

Camping Plana & Bar 66

Central Slovenia
No. 1 in Greece

Campsite Sikia

Thessaly
No. 1 in Hungary

Termálcamping Pápa

Central Transdanubia
No. 1 in Serbia

Camping Zasavica

Šumadija and Western Serbia
No. 1 in Sweden

Långsjön Stugor & Camping AB

Götaland
No. 1 in Macedonia

Camping Rino

Southwestern Macedonia


The Concept

The annual Camping.info Award is one of the camping industry’s most coveted prizes, and it is being presented for the eighth time this year. With over 14.2 million visits and more than 43 million page views (2017), the platform is by far the most-visited camping-related website in the German-speaking world. Camping.info has listings for over 22,785 campsites in 44 European countries; it is also popular internationally, as it is available in 27 languages. What makes the award successful is its transparency: There’s no “black box”, as all the underlying ratings as well as the formula for determining the rankings and all its factors are accessible to the public. As in past years, the basis of the ranking isn’t determined only by the average ratings submitted by campers. Ratings are weighted based on how current they are, how many there are as well as how trustworthy the reviewer is: The more reviews a camper submits on Camping.info, the frequency with which other users find their reviews useful, the more complete their personal profile, the number of pictures uploaded, etc., the higher the reviewer’s trustworthiness rating on Camping.info will be. This level of trustworthiness is displayed beside each rating and is indicated with smiley faces (1–5).

     

Determining the Ranking

As we mentioned earlier, the guest reviews are all that counts! There’s no “black box”, no jury and no discretionary decision-making!


Campsites are ranked based on calculations made using the following criteria:

   
  • Average overall impression
  • Average overall impression weighted by the trustworthiness of the reviewer
  • Average overall impression weighted by how current the ratings are
  • Fourth root of the number of ratings
   

We use the fourth root of the number of ratings, so the respective influencing value shrinks in comparison to the others. There’s a relatively big difference between a campsite having 50 or 100 ratings, for example, but when it comes to a site having 400 or 500 reviews, the difference becomes less significant. The fourth root moderates the influence of substantially higher numbers, thus placing campsites on a more even playing field. A campsite needs a minimum of 25 guest ratings in order to make it into the ranking.

The Top 100 Campsites with the Highest Rate of Guest Satisfaction

You can find all of these campsites including additional information and data on the Camping.info search page (simply select the feature “Camping.info Award 2019”) as well as in the Camping.info app in the “Discover” section of the tab bar.


1. Grubhof Salzburg
2. Camping Hopfensee Bavaria
3. Luxury Camping Schlosshof Resort South Tyrol
4.

Naturcamping Spitzenort

Schleswig-Holstein
5.

Camping Village Marina di Venezia

Veneto
6. Rosenfelder Strand Ostsee Camping Schleswig-Holstein
7.

Panorama und Wellness-Campingplatz Großbüchlberg

Bavaria
8. Campingpark Südheide Lower Saxony
9. Camping- und Freizeitpark LuxOase Saxony
10. Camp MondSeeLand Upper Austria
11. Camping Murinsel                 Styria          
12. Komfort-Campingpark Burgstaller Carinthia
13.

Camping Seiser Alm

South Tyrol   
14.

Stadtcamping Schweinfurt

Bavaria  
15.

Campingplatz Auf dem Simpel

Lower Saxony 
16.

TIROL.CAMP Leutasch

Tyrol
17. Erlebnis-Comfort-Camping Aufenfeld GmbH Tyrol
18.

Camping am Deich - Nordsee

Lower Saxony
19.

Camping Vidor Family & Wellness Resort

South Tyrol
20.

Insel-Camp Fehmarn

Schleswig-Holstein       
21.

Camping Hüttenberg

Eastern Switzerland            
22.

Camping Brunner am See

Carinthia
23.

Prümtal Camping Oberweis

Rhineland-Palatinate
24.

Campingpark Kalletal am Stemmer See

North Rhine-Westphalia
25.

Camping Vreehorst

Gelderland        
26.

CampingPark Lüneburger Heide

Lower Saxony             
27.

Caravan Park Sexten

South Tyrol               
28. Camping Strukkamphuk Schleswig-Holstein   
29.

NordseeCamping zum Seehund

Schleswig-Holstein
30. Thermenland Camping Bad Waltersdorf  Styria
31. Camping am Hardausee Lower Saxony
32. Hells Ferienresort Zillertal Tyrol
33.

Seecamping Berghof

Carinthia                    
34.

Campingpark Kühlungsborn

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern    
35.

Ferien-Camp Börgerende

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern  
36.

Kur- und Feriencamping Max 1

Bavaria                    
37.

Camping Ötztal Längenfeld

Tyrol                             
38.

Camping Lindlbauer

Bavaria                     
39. Campingpark Heidewald North Rhine-Westphalia
40.

Camping Schwanenplatz

Bavaria
41. Strand- und Familiencampingplatz Bensersiel Lower Saxony
42.

Röders Park - Premium Camping Lüneburger Heide

Lower Saxony
43.

Sportcamp Woferlgut

Salzburg                              
44.

Kaiser Camping Outdoor Resort

Bavaria                 
45. Recreatiepark TerSpegelt North-Brabant
46.

Kneipp-und ErlebnisCamping an den Spreewaldfließen

Brandenburg               
47. Camping und Ferienpark Falkensteinsee Lower Saxony
48.

Camping Park Weiherhof am See

Rhinland-Palatinate
49.

Camping Ankergrund

Bavaria
50.

Camping Holmernhof

Bavaria                         
51.  Camping Silberbach Saxony
52.

Caravan Camping Sächsische Schweiz

Saxony                    
53.

Campingpark Lug ins Land

Baden-Württemberg

54.

Camping Bankenhof

Baden-Württemberg  
55. Kur- und Feriencamping Holmernhof Dreiquellenbad Bavaria
56.

See-Camping Mentl

Carinthia          
57. Camping Julianahoeve Zeeland
58.

Camping Südstrand

Schleswig-Holstein                
59. Alpen-Caravanpark Achensee Tyrol
60.

Camping Gut Kalberschnacke

North Rhine-Westphalia     
61. Comfortcamp Grän Tannheimertal Tyrol
62.

Panorama Camping Sonnenberg

Vorarlberg       
63.

Blütencamping Riegelspitze

Brandenburg                         
64.

50plus Campingpark Fisching

Styria       
65.

CampingPlatz Ecktannen

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern  
66.

Camping Ostsee Katharinenhof

Schleswig-Holstein
67.

Campingplatz Krautsand

Lower Saxony
68.

Camping Land an der Elbe bei Hamburg

Lower Saxony
69. Campingpark Kerstgenshof North Rhine-Westphalia
70.

Ferienparadies Natterer See

Tyrol
71.

Camping Insel

Bayern
72. Campingpark Hümmlinger Land Lower Saxony
73.

Camping Seeblick Toni

Tyrol                    
74. Camping Gloria Vallis South Tyrol
75.

Camping Schwabenmühle

Baden-Württemberg

76.

Camping - und Ferienpark Wulfener Hals

Schleswig-Holstein        
77.

KNAUS Campingpark Walkenried

Lower Saxony        
78.

Ostseecamping Zierow

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
79.

Ferienpark Seehof

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
80.

Camping De Kleine Wolf

Overijssel
81.

Kur-Gutshof-Camping Arterhof

Bavaria
82. TCS Camping Sempach Central Switzerland
83.

Familienpark Senftenberger See

Brandenburg
84.

Strandpark De Zeeuwse Kust

Renesse
85.

Ostseecamp Seeblick

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
86.

Camping Münstertal

Baden-Württemberg
87.

Nordsee-Camp Norddeich

Lower Saxony
88.

Camping Felbermühle

Bavaria
89. Campingplatz Emstal Lower Saxony
90.

Camping Simonhof

Bavaria
91.

Klostercamping Thale

Lower Saxony
92.

Camping Kirchzarten

Baden-Württemberg
93.

Camping Am alten Seedeich

Schleswig-Holstein
94.

Camping Moosbauer

South Tyrol                       
95.

Camping Sanssouci zu Potsdam-Berlin

Berlin
96.

Recreatiepark Het Winkel

Gelderland
97.

Strandcamping Wallnau

Schleswig-Holstein
98.

Camping Residence Sägemühle

South Tyrol
99.

Via Claudia Camping

Bavaria
100.

Strandcamping Groede

Zeeland

   

  

 

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The Camping.info Team congratulates all the winners and thanks all the campers that regularly rate and review campsites on Camping.info!


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