Camping Jungfrau has a quite exceptional setting, nestled in an immaculate valley of lush greenery and shimmering waterfalls, surrounded by snowcapped peaks. The parc offers high-quality amenities including a play area and a very good restaurant, with all the facilities of the village, including a small pool, also very close by. A real bonus here is the 'Gastekarte' available from the parc, which is a card allowing discounted entry to many of the local attractions including the mini-golf, swimming pool and museum in Lauterbrunnen. This typical Swiss Alpine village is just a short stroll away, and when the lure of the mountains becomes irresistible, you'll find that you are uniquely placed for exploring them.
Languages spoken: German, English, French and Spanish.
Selected parks offer caravan and chalet accommodation. You get all the comforts of a great holiday home. Standard caravans are 10ft wide and available with two or three bedrooms sleeping up to six or eight. Standard caravans are modern, comfortable and well fitted.
The Lausanne Beer Festival from 2nd to 5th June is an opportunity to enjoy beers from around the world; the Berne Dance Festival held from 1st to 11th June in the old electricity works features classical and contempory dance; while the Mosel Wine and Gourmet Festival celebrates the region's gastronomy throughout April and May.
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With a choice of airports including Strasbourg, Zurich, Geneva and Salsburg, fly drive is a convenient option. Ferries to Calais, Zeebrugge or Hook of Holland are also an option.