A quality night's sleep

Like to put your head down surrounded by nature? Flims Laax Falera offers two camping sites for ample rest and relaxation. The moment you wake up, you will be struck by the extraordinary views and you will be in the very heart of nature.

21 June to 8 September 2024

TCS Pop-Up Glamping

The temporary tent village offers a unique overnight experience during the summer months. The cotton tents are cosily furnished and lovingly arranged with matching decorative objects. The tents are all oriented in such a way that privacy is guaranteed and guests can enjoy the unique view of the surrounding nature.

The pop-up village combines nature with comfort, excellent service, excellent food and exquisite wines from the region. In addition, several activities contribute to the unique experience.

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Camping in freier Natur auf unseren Zeltplätzen.

TCS Camping Flims

TCS Camping Flims is located in an open area of forest at Prau la Selva sports centre between Flims and Laax. Whether you're in a tent or a caravan, the pleasant facility offers a holiday setting in the midst of the mountains. If you prefer to have a roof over your head, then you can go for one of the strong, wooden PODhouses.

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Camping: Mit Wohnwagen in Laax übernachten.

Camping Trin

Camping Trin boasts a unique location on the Flims plateau at Trin Mulin and is one of the most beautifully located camping sites in all of Switzerland. You will wake up here each morning surrounded by steep cliffs, right beside the breathtaking Rhine gorge. The camp site is located on a flat and sunny part of the valley at the edge of the forest, away from the hustle and bustle of Flims, Laax and Falera, at the gateway to Surselva. 

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Wild camping in Flims Laax Falera

Wild camping is prohibited in the destination Flims Laax Falera. Bivouacking is only permitted in the municipality of Flims as part of a multi-day high-altitude tour. Strictly prohibited areas are nature reserves, nature parks, hunting bans, wildlife rest areas, alluvial zones and moraine landscapes. You can find more information about the restricted zones here.

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