Getting here Enjoying your stay Taking it easy
Located amidst fantastic scenery right on the banks of the river Moselle just 30 km from the city of Koblenz, CAMPING BURGEN boasts a sun-drenched grass site with plenty of shade-giving trees as well as direct access to the main road (B49).
CAMPING BURGEN owes its name to the quaint nearby wine-growing town of Burgen (an officially approved holiday resort) and to its advantageous location amongst some of the most beautiful castles anywhere on the Moselle.
Our camp site has a very child-friendly swimming pool (approx. 6.5 x 9.5-m), a children’s playground with lots of fun attractions and an open-air chess board.
There is also a recreation room with various games. Depending on the season, we also organise a range of different activities – just ask!
Our fully tiled washroom facilities have single hand basins, some of which are in separate cubicles, baby showers as well as shower cubicles. A separate sanitation facility is also available for the disposal of chemical toilet waste. The laundry and washing-up facilities include dishwashers and laundry sinks as well as washing machines, tumble dryers and ironing boards.
Our campsite shop offers a wide range of goods at reasonable prices, including a propane gas exchange service.
- Mobile Home Service Station -
When you feel like relaxing, sit back and enjoy the wonderful view of Bischofstein Castle, which is beautifully lit at night.
Whether you prefer sailing, driving a motorboat or rowing, our on-site boat slip gets you straight onto the water. Angling permits can also be purchased close by.
CAMPING BURGEN is a well-kept camp site with modern amenities that is run by caring owners who maintain high standards of order and cleanliness.
Its location and top facilities make CAMPING BURGEN one of the best situated and most well-equipped camp sites on the Moselle.
TAKE SOME TIME OUT!
CAMPING BURGEN is an ideal starting point for all kinds of hiking tours and bicycle trips. Explore the romantic valley ‘Baybachtal’ or discover some of the many forest routes or mountain pathways – there’s something for
Experience the diversity and beauty this part of the world has to offer by venturing out to the local ‘Eifel’ or ‘Hunsrück’ regions or visit the nearby Rhine valley.
Yet another local attraction and a definite must for anyone coming to the region is a visit to a wine cellar. Wine-growers in many of the nearby villages organise wine-tasting events for tourists whilst the Moselle’s autumn wine festivals with their live music are a great way to try out new wines and sample local food.
Camp site open from
April through to mid-October
Recommended by DCC (German Camping Club) and
ANWB (Dutch Automobile Association)
4-star site – German Tourist Association (DTV)