Campingplatz Bredenbeker Teich e.V.

The Campingplatz Bredenbeker Teich e.V. camp-site is situated near the city limits of Hamburg, amidst nature and surrounded by forests and lakes.

Camping guests have direct access to the natural swimming lake, whose water quality is excellent. The beautiful surroundings are ideal for walking, hiking, cycling and fishing. In the immediate vicinity there are a number of riding stables and golf courses. The Hamburg city centre is quick and easy to reach with the U1 Hoisbüttel or by car.
Directions: From Hamburg: Along the B 434 at the Hoisbüttel U-Bahn Station to Ammersbek Hoisbüttel. The Campingplatz Bredenbeker Teich camp-site is then signposted.
The respective provider is responsible for the provision of the service to the apartment. Hamburg Tourismus GmbH has no influence on the proper provision of the services by the provider.

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