Attractions for Adults

Lech Camping has a good central position. If you prefer not to walk or cycle, your car or public transport are alternatives.

Our excellent road connections give you good access to some great destinations. The A8 Munich-Stuttgart motorway (East-West), the B2/B17 Donauwörth-Landsberg (North-South) and the Romantic Road are all nearby.

Advice and free brochures available from reception!

The bus stop is right by the site gate. Augsburg is an easy 5 km ride into town, from where you have access to all public transport including the train.

If the weather is good we recommend cycling to Augsburg. We offer free cycle loan on a first-come, first-served basis.

Attractions within reach:

Augsburg

Augsburg – A renaissance city with over 2000 years of history. Just a brief mention of the high points: The Town Hall with its Golden Hall, the Fuggerei (the oldest social housing in the world!), the rococo splendour of the Schaezler Palace, the open-air theatre, many museums, the Botanic Garden including a Japanese Garden, the “Ice Canal” canoe course from the 1972 Olympics and much more.

München – the metropolis with a heart!

Munich, only 30 minutes’ drive away, or accessible by bus and train, is so much more than the Octoberfest. Visit one of the famous museums (for example the German Museum or the BMW-Museum) or the and the Frauenkirche-Church. Stroll through the English Garden, buy some fresh fruit at the famous market, or have a proper Bavarian snack and a good glass of beer at the Munich Hofbräuhaus. Don’t forget Munich’s newest attraction: take a guided tour of the Allianz Arena, FC Bayern Munich’s modern football stadium.

The South German Karl-May-Show

The South Germany Karl May Show took place for the first time in 2005. As a result of its huge success it has continued, and is now performed on the roofed open-air stage of the Fred-Rai-Western-City, only fifteen minutes from the campsite. Be transported into the realm of Winnetou and Old Shatterhand. Combine your visit with a western barbecue, or make the show the high point of a day out at Western-City, where family entertainment is guaranteed: equestrian shows, the Western Express, children’s rides, a rodeo, the Indian camp and much more are waiting for you.

Unterwittelsbach Castle

Unterwittelsbach Castle was the childhood home of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, known as “Sissi”. This moated castle, at Unterwittelsbach near Aichach, has guided tours and exhibitions relating to her. In addition, the whole surrounding area has much to offer.

Visit the royal castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria

Visit the royal castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria near the historic mountain village of Füssen, which stages a musical about the king in a specially-built theatre. Main attractions are the two castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau: not too far away are Ludwig’s two other castles, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee, and the baroque churches of the Pfaffenwinkel district.

Monastery at Andechs

Monastery at Andechs – For a really authentic glass of beer we recommend a visit to the monastery at Andechs. The Benedictine monks have been brewing beer there since the Middle Ages. Its many cultural treasures and events also make it a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.

The Gersthofen Balloon Museum

The Gersthofen Balloon Museum, the only one of its kind in Europe, invites you to a very special lift-off from more than 1200 square metres of exhibition space. Apart from the originals, there are also films, audio-visual presentations, working models and reconstructions that you can enter to bring the fascinating world of ballooning to life.

Dehner Garden Centre

The Dehner Garden Centre is an idyll, showing real flair in bringing together quality and quantity to offer a huge range of products. Come and stroll through our beautifully laid-out grounds!

Schloss Sandizell

The moated Schloss Sandizell has a colourful, thousand year history. Over the centuries it has grown into one of Bavaria’s most beautiful stately homes, with many events to tempt you into a visit.

St. Otillien

Surrounded by wonderful landscape, fields, meadows and woods. At dawn you can hear from afar the crowing of the cock before the bells of St Ottilien ring in a day of prayer and work. This harmony of nature, prayer and work can still be found in the living community of the monastery village of St Ottilien.

Augsburger Puppenkiste

The Augsburger Puppenkiste is a collection of puppets of well-known German Children’s characters such as Mikesch the Cat, Jim Knopf (Jim Botton), Kasperl (Punch), Urmel from the Ice Age and many more. Come and see a performance, or take in an exhibition at the puppet museum “Die Kiste”“.

Allianz-Arena

Visit a guided tour of the Allianz-Arena, the football arena where world famous FC Bayern München is at home.

Wittelsbacher Land

Discover the palaces and castles in Wittelsbacher Land

Neuburg/Donau

The Danube and the old city characterise Neuberg on the Danube River more than anything else. The magnificent castle façade with two towers can be seen from a distance already. The city lies charmingly in the Danube valley landscape on the border between the Franconian Alb Mountains in the north as well as the “Donaumoos” and hilly countryside in the south. More information

Ulm

The former imperial city of Ulm offers a variety of historical landmarks. First and foremost is the gothic Ulm Minster with the highest church tower in the world! The historical town hall with its richly painted façade is just a stone’s throw away. More information

Landsberg

Tradition and a lively present day atmosphere are brought together in this straightforward city. The beautiful old part of the city, with treasures of art, is expertly and thoughtfully taken care of. Interesting modern buildings enrich the city. Landsberg is worth a visit at any time of year. It is never boring in Landsberg