For a safe camping holiday

Finally out again, finally camping holidays in the great outdoors!
After an enforced break of more than 6 months, our campsite and restaurant will finally be open again from 19 May.
In times like these, camping holidays are one of the safest forms of holiday. Nevertheless, in addition to the well-known hygiene recommendations, there are a few points to keep in mind.

Arrival and Tests

Until further notice, a negative Corona test, a vaccination certificate or a confirmation of a previous COVID19 illness must be presented on arrival.

The following periods apply:

  • Antigen test: 2 days
  • PCR test: 3 days
  • Recovered persons: up to 6 months after the disease
  • Vaccinated persons: from 22 days after first vaccination up to 1 year

We are obliged to check this on arrival. Unfortunately it is not possible to accept guests without or with no longer valid tests or vaccination certificates or convalescence certificates.
For our seasonal and permanent campers, arrival is therefore only possible from 08:00 to 20:00 until further notice. The confirmations must be presented at the reception before entering the campsite.

As of 19 May, new quarantine regulations will apply according to the ECDC map for risk areas:

  • Green/Yellow/Orange: free entry.
  • Red: no quarantine if persons are tested, vaccinated or recovered
  • Dark red: entry only for tested, recovered or vaccinated persons with subsequent quarantine (free testing possible after 5 days).

This means that entry from countries with a 7-day incidence of less than 250 that are not virus mutation areas is possible without quarantine.

Here you can find the current ECDC card.

If you need a negative Corona test again for your departure, you can currently take a test in all pharmacies and in the test centres. Exact details of the test centres will follow.

No further test is necessary for your stay at the campsite! However, if you want to visit a restaurant or similar, you will again need a negative Corona test with the above validities. This does not apply to vaccinated or recovered persons. There is no compulsory testing in shops.

FFP2 masks are compulsory in all enclosed spaces and in all shops and restaurants. Normal MNS masks are not allowed.

On-Site Measures

In order to ensure the greatest possible safety, we have taken the following measures:

  • FFP2 masks are compulsory in all closed rooms.
  • In order to be able to guarantee the distances, individual washbasins and urinals have been blocked off.
  • There are several disinfection dispensers available
  • The reception and the kiosk can only be entered individually - we will be happy to serve you through the open windows at the reception and the kiosk.
  • If you have any questions, we will of course be happy to help you in person. If necessary, you can also call our hotline on 004368120828298 (Whatsapp or phone call).
  • the following campsite facilities are unfortunately closed until further notice: Fitness room, crèche, indoor playroom and wellness area.

Leisure facilities in the Ötztal

AQUA DOME - Tirol Therme Längenfeld
The Therme opens on 19.05.. Here you will find all important information.

Information on other leisure facilities will follow.