Wild camping in Europe The question has already been asked before but I can't find a complete list with all European countries. I will complete and correct the list if you can give me more information. This concerns only wild camping, not in paying campsites. By "strictly illegal" I mean that the interdiction is actively enforced with heavy fines. I collected this information from various sources on the internet. Part of it can be false or outdated. I took as granted that camping is always legal on private land with the authorisation of the owner. If you think that more countries need to be added to the list (like Turkey, Armenia, Faroe Islands, etc.), just ask. I suppose that in some countries, like Germany or Russia, the law is different in different Provinces, Länder, Regions or Krai. Please explain. Albania: legal Andorra: bivouac legal over 200 metres Austria: illegal Belarus: legal Belgium: strictly illegal Bosnia & Herzegovina: legal Bulgaria: legal Croatia: illegal, fines from 150 to 1000 € Czech republic Denmark: illegal except in designated spots. Legal if no tent. Free "shelters" available England: strictly illegal except in Dartmoor Estonia: legal Finland: legal France: legal except in protected area, national and regional parks, etc. Germany: illegal Greece: illegal but... Hungary: illegal Iceland: legal Ireland: illegal but generally tolerated Italy: illegal but tolerated north of Rome and ok in the south Latvia: legal like in Scandinavia Lichtenstein Lithuania: legal except in natural parks Luxembourg: strictly illegal Macedonia (FYROM): Moldova: Montenegro: legal Netherlands: strictly illegal, except in some special places ("Paalkamperen") Northern Ireland: strictly illegal Norway: legal Poland: legal except in protected area Portugal: illegal Romania: legal Russia: legal San Marino: Scotland: legal if you're 100 m from the road Serbia: legal Slovakia: Slovenia: illegal Spain: legal except in protected or urban areas Sweden: legal Switzerland: illegal but generally tolerated, light camping legal in the mountains Ukraine: legal Wales: strictly illegal Thank you for your help. Edited to fix the format that didn't like switching to the new website.