Natterer See (REF : G01)

Natterer See 1, Natters, 6161, Austria

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

The beautiful location of this site provides ample opportunity for both activity and relaxation. With exceptional facilities, Natterer See has a luxurious feel blended with the tranquility of the alpine atmosphere.

The English-speaking staff extend a warm welcome on arrival and all guests are provided with a card for free shuttle buses to the beautiful city of Innsbruck. The card also provides a free trip on a cable car, which is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains. You can also enjoy the alpine views from sundeck terrace or when lounging by the lakeside.

For keen walkers, footpaths leading directly from the site into Innsbruck (7kms away) and other villages are available. Attractions like Swarovski Crystal World and the Zillertalbahn Steam Train are also very popular and within easy reach.

Around & about

The Tyrol, Bavaria, Zillertalbahn Steam Train, Alpine Coaster, Castles, Museums, Silver mine, Horse riding, Fishing, Golf, Fitness Centre, Water sports, Tennis, Swimming pool, Paragliding

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Games room
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Archery
  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric, barbecue zone
  • Disabled facilities -: excellent
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi charge

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Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM

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If approaching from Innsbruck on the A12 take the A13/E45 signed Bozen/Brenner leave the A13 at the 1st junction signed “Innsbruck Sud/Natters (exit 3). Pass the Shell garage and immediately go around it (U-turn) then at the roundabout take 1st exit and continue through the village of Natters. (This road has a few twists and is fairly steep in places, but most outfits should not have any problems) the site is signposted and 1.5miles/2.4km from the village of Natters. It is not advisable to access the site from the village of Mutters

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Postcode:
6161
Region:
Austria
Department:
Aisne
Distance to Calais: (kms)
1075
GPS:
Lat 47.23832 / Lon 11.33916
Michelin map no.
730

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Innsbruck
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Hook of Holland (955 kms)

Winter programme

Here‘s some additional info that you’ll find useful if visiting in the winter months

  • The on-site shop stocks the essentials during winter months
  • The bar and restaurant close during winter, between October and April
  • There’s a frequent bus service to Innsbruck from the site entrance

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Probably the best site we have ever stayed at in 35 of touring

All the good things written about it in other revues are true. However, the lakes are artificially created and drained and cleaned every year. They may look uninviting to those who prefer a swimming pool but it is just what the locals like and are prepared to travel to and pay for. Open water swimming is their best substitute for the sea. Water temp is around 27C. We think the best pitches are the fully serviced large pitches at the back of the site looking at the mountains. Just make sure you have got one with a clear view. Its a fantastic sight through the window in the morning ever changing throughout the day. Make good use of the bus pass. Visited June 2019.

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Fantastic Campsite in great central location

The arrival (either through Natters or Mutters) has a very tight turn at one point between buildings. Also watch you sat-nav directions as these may try to take you in an even narrower route. The reception was busy but very friendly with good English spoken. Didn’t use the wifi, but the phone signal & data were good here. The campsite in August was very busy but enough room to move around. We opted for a large pitch with electricity, water & drainage which had plenty of room. A little disappointed as we were put right at the back of the site with no views other than a hedge & other caravans. The price for the pitch worked out at almost £70/night when you add-in the local tourist & green taxes, which seems quite steep. Plenty to do in the area whether on-site, Innsbruck or if you with to travel a little further. Would recommend Innsbruck centre, Bergisel ski jump, Intertux glacier, Solden.
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Children will love this site

Previous reviewers have given chapter and verse on the merits of the pitches and facilities and busyness of the site. This is a great destination for families and those who are visiting for the great outdoors and enjoy sharing pleasantries with the international crowd of campers. The lake wipeout course, slide and SUPs kept the children (11years) happy for hours and there was an animation programme too. I was able to run out from the site into some beautiful wooded trails (not steep!) The free welcome card also gives access to the cable car at Mutters which has a enchanting forest playground - good for younger ones) and access to the (chargeable) mountain cart downhill course which was a real highlight for adults and kids alike. We also went to the family Tyrol music evening with dinner and were thoroughly swept away with the thigh slapping and yodelling extravaganza! Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to families and active adults.
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OK but would go elsewhere next time.We stayed here in June and after a bit of haggling got a pitch looking directly at the mountain range to the rear

We stayed here in June and after a bit of haggling got a pitch looking directly at the mountain range to the rear of the shower block. No complaints re the pitch, it had electricity, mains water and drainage. However the original one we were allocated nearer the lake wasn’t anything special, too cramped, as most pitches lakeside appeared to be. Finding it en route from Lake Garda was simple but the queue at reception was (as it was most days) long and continued through most of the day. It is a very busy camp, with people coming and going however reception staff were welcoming and helpful throughout. The two lakes, one for swimming with a variety of inflatables, canoes and a slide, looked murky and unwelcoming. No thanks !! The lakeside restaurant looks very nice and is comfortable but the food is no better than OK and quite expensive, restaurants in Innsbruck were cheaper and better value. We also thought that some staff using their segways went far too fast regardless of the age of people using the walkways. They are an accident waiting to happen ! The toilet and shower block is simply superb, we’ve never quite seen anything like it. However the showers are on the first floor accessed by a reasonably steep slope. This might prove challenging to some. Wifi was expensive so didn’t bother. There are footpaths direct from site into Innsbruck and to local villages. Innsbruck is a ten minute drive, parking there was easy and its worth the visit. Local supermarkets at Gotzen, a 5 minute drive, were not expensive. Diesel was the cheapest we found whilst doing our 6 week trek at 1 euro 28. We will definitely visit Austria again but in honesty we were a bit disappointed with this camp, it didn’t seem to match up to the pre visit reviews we read. They could do with using the views they have much better, far too many trees blocked what would other wise have been fantastic mountain views.
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We stayed here in June and had booked a lakeside pitch. Access was ok, but couldn't see the lake because of the hedge and the lake was rather murky to say the least. When we saw the swimming lake, OH and I agreed that we wouldn't have wanted to swim in it as it looked very muddy and stagnant. Reception staff were welcoming and were always very helpful. We ate in the restaurant once, but would not use again as we have never had a waitress take our order whilst talking to some-else and this continued when food was delivered; also it was expensive for what it was. Other gripe was staff whizzing round on segways and motorised scooters - far too fast when there were young children around. Bathrooms were clean, although I believe they would become rather challenged in high season due to the number of them. Wifi was expensive, but worked. I would add that we have stayed on another site c.30 miles away which was much better in every respect.
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