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Nestled within the central portion of Luxembourg, Larochette is a town known for ancient castles, a large cathedral and stunning views of nearby mountain ranges. Often dubbed "Little Switzerland", the luxury camping sites found here are just as splendid. A representative from LUX-camp should be contacted for additional information.

Nestled within the central portion of Luxembourg, Larochette is a town known for ancient castles, a large cathedral and stunning views of nearby mountain ranges. Often dubbed "Little Switzerland", the luxury camping sites found here are just as splendid. A representative from LUX-camp should be contacted for additional information.

Welcome to Larochette

Why Choose a Holiday Camping Site Within Larochette

Some of the reasons why a camping holiday here is so popular include:

Access to ancient architecture.

Modern luxury camping sites to enjoy during any stay.

A proximity to the picturesque White Ernz River.

Larochette is found only 2 kilometres from Meysembourg Castle.

Birkelt & Beaches/Nature

The Most Popular Campsites in Larochette - Birkelt

Thanks to 426 pitches including the availability of sleek mobile homes, the camping luxury here cannot be denied. There are numerous on-site activities while conveniences such as wireless Internet, waste disposal facilities, a large indoor swimming pool and baby changing areas can all be enjoyed. 13 hectares of land provide ample levels of comfort and privacy.

Beaches and Nature in Larochette

There are several nature trails within this region; the largest circumscribes the town itself. Many of these provide spectacular views of nearby mountain ranges as well as the castles that have come to define Larochette. Although there are no large beaches, the shores of the White Ernz River offer tranquil settings for a family picnic.

Attractions & Culture

Attractions in Larochette

The two main attractions here are Larochette Castle (its ruins have come to define the town) and the larger Meysembourg Castle. Although partially demolished, it was rebuilt in 1880 and now reflects a Neo-Renaissance appeal. It is one of the most iconic structures throughout Europe. Another interesting structure to visit is the Notre Dame cathedral (not to be confused with the larger structure in France). Local shops, quaint dining establishments and open-air markets are also not to be missed.

Food, Drink and Culture

Freshwater fish such as trout and pike are popular dishes here while heartier menus are defined by local sausages normally served with steamed potatoes. Dumplings, tarts and cakes are pastries that should be experienced during a stay at any holiday camping site. There are also numerous beers for those who appreciate a strong and rich flavour. The residents of Larochette (and indeed Luxembourg in general) are known for their outgoing and friendly behaviour. This helps to enhance the levels of relaxation during any camping holiday.