City camping – close to everything
City = options. Camping = freedom. CityCamping gives you both and is a popular choice if you plan to stay in Aalborg, Aarhus, Greve, Haderslev, Hobro, Ishøj, Køge, Skagen, Svendborg or Tønder.
CityCamping is for everyone, whether you want to rent a cabin, bring your own caravan or sleep in a tent. It is a comfortable and affordable alternative to hotels, hostels, rental apartments, and B&B.
Urban vacation on your own terms
- Would you like to live in proximity of dining, shops, attractions, city life and transportation?
- In the meantime, have a quiet and comfy base with lots of space?
Then CityCamping is the obvious choice.
With a CityCamping camp site, you have the possibility to combine urban vacation and camping. Living in proximity to the city life, but still having the feeling of nature and freedom of choice, to decide when you want breakfast, how to spend your day and so on. With CityCamping is it easy to switch between relaxation and activities.
“It is cozier, cheaper and makes us feel freer. If we do not feel like cooking dinner at night, we will just head into town for a meal and enjoy life. Due to low expenses, this is always a possibility!” Mette Sørensen, aged 46, reports.
Find your next city break here
CityCamping is a group of camp sites in Denmark. The CityCamping camp sites are run by independent camping hosts, who know the towns in and out. You can always ask them for advice or guides to the local areas.
Read more about the camp sites that are a part of CityCamping below.
CityCamping by some of Denmark’s most beloved holiday destinations
The CityCamping camp sites are all in short distance to public transportation and major roads, such as highways, and in walking and biking distance to the Centre of some of Denmark’s best holiday destinations: Aalborg, Aarhus, Greve, Haderslev, Hobro, Ishøj, Køge, Skagen, Svendborg and Tønder.
All the destinations are perfect for weekend stays and city breaks due to the good vibes, charm, and history.
With CityCamping you will always find a selection of:
- Dining options such as restaurants and cafes
- Shopping options in the city stores
- Indoor activities such as waterparks, cinemas, theaters, museums, or culture houses
Great experiences just around the corner
Aalborg – great for shopping and sightseeing
Aalborg is the capital of North Jutland and has a lot to offer such as shopping, cobbled streets, and a modern harbor promenade. Cool yourself in Limfjorden by visiting the outdoor swimming facility Vestre Fjordpark or Aalborg Cable Park. Feel the authentic vibes in areas like Fjordbyen and the iconic Jomfru Ane Gade. Those interested in architecture and art can admire many of the city´s gems through strolls in the city Centre. The city has a lot of popular sightseeing attractions: Aalborg Zoo, the Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, and Aalborg Historical Museum.
Aarhus – Denmark’s second largest city
Aarhus, also known as ”The city of smiles”, never stops twinkling no matter what time of year. Settle your desire for shopping in the cozy Latin Quarter, the main shopping street or in the popular shopping malls Bruuns Galleri, Magasin and Salling. When the hunger or thirst sets in, indulge yourself in one of many dining options along the city’s riverside walk or at the many charming town squares. Experience art, culture, and history in The Old Town, Moesgaard Museum and ARoS Aarhus Art Museum which features the iconic Your Rainbow Panorama rooftop. The amusement park Tivoli Friheden is also worth a visit.
Greve – sandy beaches 20 min. from Copenhagen
Just a 20-minute drive from Copenhagen, the municipality of Greve is located at Køge Bugt. It is an obvious holiday destination for those who enjoy relaxation within the vicinity of urban joys. Here you will find cozy harbor areas at Hundige Havn and Mosede Havn, as well as miles of child-friendly white beaches at Hundige Strand, Greve Strand, Mosede Strand and Karlslunde Strand. All along the coastal road are great dining options and local shops. Chill out at the beach or in Hedeland Naturpark. Explore the land with a hike or by bike, and the sea by boat, surfboard, or diving. Those interested in history will love Mosede Fort or Greve Museum located in Greve village.
Haderslev – charming town in Southern Denmark
Haderslev is a charming town and the most northern town of the Duchy of Schleswig. Here you will find the beautiful Haderslev Cathedral and a town Centre full of protected historic buildings, cobbled streets, restaurants, and shops. Notice the details on the buildings in the city, their doors, and wooden carvings in the area around the cathedral as well as Slotsgadekvarteret and Klosterkvarteret. Haderslev Dampark, the open forest zoo, and the harbor’s in-and-outdoor skatepark Streetdome is also worth a visit. Haderslev also offers a lot of old historic inns that you can visit.
Hobro – panoramic views and good vibes at Mariagerfjord
Hobro is a cozy trading town with great dining options and shopping by the beautiful Mariagerfjord. There are great vibes and atmosphere at Kulturkajen in Hobro. Enjoy the old warehouses and historical buildings with cafés, theater, museums, and art exhibitions. Here you will also find Lystfartøjsmuseet, the Maritime Culture center Mariagerfjord, Skibstømrerhuset and Det røde Pakhus with Fjordfestival, fishing events, exhibitions, and other events. Enjoy the beautiful landscape between Hobro and Bramslev Bakker on the 10-kilometer trek around Mariagerfjord Panorama route. Walk in the footsteps of the Vikings at the Viking Museum Fyrkat and by the Viking graveyards Jættestuerne in Snæbum.
Ishøj – enjoy watersports 20 min. from Copenhagen
Ishøj is an obvious tourist destination, for those who want to stay close to the beach and the city. Ishøj beach park offers white sand beaches and dunes, and by Ishøj harbor you’ll discover lots of small places to eat. Here you can also rent paddleboards and kayaks, for those who enjoy water activities. Located in the Centre of Ishøj, is Ishøj By Center, a mall with shops, restaurants, cinema, theater and swimming pool. If you prefer a larger choice of options, Copenhagen is only a 20-minute drive away. The art museum Arken Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj is definitely worth a visit. If you want to discover Thomas Dambos wooden giants, look under the bridge between Lille Vejlsø and Jægersø and say hello to Oscar.
Køge – one of Denmark’s oldest towns
Køge is one of Denmark’s oldest towns and is a lively charming town with lots of shopping and dining options in the cozy courtyards of the well-preserved city Centre with colorful half-timbered houses and the meandering river. The Middle Ages square, Køge Torv, has market days and Kjøge Mini Town offers an insight of the town. Water lovers must visit Køge Marina’s open sea pool or one of Køges three beaches, Søndre Strand, Ølsemagle Revle and Nordstranden. Køge also offers scenic nature areas such as the hike and bike paths along the river.
Skagen – addicting holiday atmosphere in Northern Denmark
The beautiful holiday town at the very top of Jutland is simply addicting. Here you will find genuine holiday atmosphere with happy tourists, historical hotels, and miles of sandy beaches. Skagen offers authentic shops, dining options and great nature the whole year around. Råbjerg Mile impresses with is desert-like landscape. At Grenen you can see the two oceans Kattegat and Skagerrak meet, and maybe admire the seals resting on the shores. Don’t miss a trip to Skagens Museum, ice-cream by the sunset spot or a stroll through Gammel Skagen with its charming iconic houses.
Svendborg – charming harbor town in the south of Funen
Svendborg is a charming harbor town in the south of Funen, with views over the idyllic archipelago and ferries to the islands Ærø, Drejø, Skarø, Hjortø and Birkholm. Enjoy the holiday vibes in or along the water, or in the town’s small streets, squares and courtyards with shops, restaurants, and hundreds of live concerts each year. Svendborg has several attractions including Naturama, Danmarks Forsorgsmuseum and the Danish Museum for Yachting. Svendborg is situated along the 220 km trek Øhavsstien.
Tønder – historic town close to the German border
Tønder is full of history and charm. It is the oldest town in Denmark and located close to the German border where it has taken part in many historical events. Learn about the history at the Museum Sønderjylland Kulturhistorie Tønder or walk around the town Centre and feel the historic vibes when passing through Uldgade with its cobblestones and half-timbered houses, Det Gamle Apotek, the House of Drøhses and Tønder’s Christchurch. Close to the town, you can experience the unique nature of South Jutland at places like Nationalpark Vadehavet, which is a part of UNESCOS world heritage.