Whilst all of our parcs enjoy natural settings, some simply offer superb scenery as well as great facilities. Here are some of our favourites...
Looking out over glittering seas, Le Ranolien is set in a stunning location. Brittany is one of the most distinctive and beautiful regions of France, with a picturesque coastline, pretty villages, historic towns and a Celtic culture, steeped in myths and legends.
Peaceful walks include the Goas Lagorn Valley at Trébeurden, or along the shoreline at Penhoat Lancerf which is filled with wildlife. Holiday photography is a must and there will certainly be plenty of opportunities when visiting this picturesque region, so whatever you do, don't forget that camera.
From La Pergola there are many beautiful woodland trails following the River Hérisson and its magnificent waterfalls. To the west, the Cirque de Baume is a beautiful valley with caves and woodland. The landscape is rich and varied, with yellow-stone villages surrounded by orchards and vineyards producing highly respected and, in some cases, most unusual wines.
Butterfly is a small, yet attractive holiday park near Verona in Lake Garda. It has excellent on-site facilities and is exceptionally well maintained by the owners. If you are visiting Butterfly parc then don't forget your camera, as the scenery is beautiful, typical of this region of Italy.
You can take a gentle stroll to the beautifully quaint town of Peschiera with its stunning gardens and Renaissance buildings. From Peschiera, you can catch a train, which will take you on a pleasant 25-minute journey to the remarkable romantic city of Verona, which of course was made famous by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Furthermore, if you are visiting between mid-June and end of August, then why not visit the famous Verona Opera Festival, which is held in the delightful Roman Amphitheatre? You can also visit the Festival Latino Americano in Milan, which is held between mid-June to mid-August and features drama, crafts and Latin American dancing and forms part of the Fila forum.
You will find our parc Holiday Green at Fréjus, located on the Cote d'Azur, which is a pleasant coastal town neighbouring Saint-Raphael, Var, which effectively forms one town. There are many reasons to visit Fréjus, but one of the most popular reasons is to see its many sights. Port Fréjus is surrounded by delightful sandy beaches, which compliment its natural heritage and when set against a backdrop of the Esterel hills.
The port can accommodate up to 750 moorings, which makes it a popular location for leisure boating and attracts many people to the local events such as the Roc Azur mountain bike event. If you like walking, then there are some great walks around Fréjus, which are sure to impress. A stroll past the Malpasset dam located on the Reyran river, which incidentally burst in 1959 destroying much of the town, will make the walk worthwhile with its ancient monuments and Mediterranean flora such as Pine, Oak, Heather and wild strawberry trees.
For the very best of views, look no further than Camping Jungfrau. The parc enjoys a quite exceptional mountainside setting within a delightful valley. The lovely, relaxed atmosphere on parc is enhanced by fabulous views of shimmering waterfalls and snow-capped peaks.
A walker's paradise, there's wonderful countryside to enjoy simply by ambling out of the parc. There are also great day trips to enjoy including a trip up the Jungfraujoch Mountain with its Sphinx observation hall, impressive Ice Palace and hiking plateau - not to mention the highest railway station in Europe. A visit here isn't complete without a trip up the Schilthorn Mountain, taking in spectacular 360º panorama of the Alps, an altitude of nearly 3000 metres as well as the world's first revolving restaurant where they filmed scenes from the Bond film 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'.
Boasting marvellous views across Lake Garda, Weekend parc offers activities for everyone plus a peaceful and laid back atmosphere for those just looking to relax. Enjoy a leisurely cruise around the lake taking in all the beautiful views and colourful resorts and villages of Lake Garda or be more energetic and hire a mountain bike - one of the best ways to enjoy the wonderful scenery.
With so many unforgettable treats within easy reach it's difficult to decide where to visit first. Take a train to the romantic city of Venice or a ferry trip to picturesque Sirmione with its narrow winding lanes and 13th century moated castle, and Bardolino, one of Lake Garda's most popular and lively resorts, with a wide selection of bars, gelaterias and restaurants dotted around its traffic free streets. Be sure to visit Juliet's balcony in Verona or the magnificent Arena di Verona, the largest Roman amphitheatre in Northern Italy, famous for the operas performed there in June, July and August. And there's still Salò, Manerba, Gardaland and many others to see.
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