Places to see

Fancy a summer adventure like no other? Get ready to taste, feel and see Europe in the most unique way possible.

Eurocamp offers you a wealth of hidden gems and fantastic experiences. Here’s just a few that have been tried and tested by our regional experts.

You’ll also find lots more when you explore our fabulous locations for yourself.

Surf in the sands in southwest France

Feel the soft sand between your toes at the highest sand dune in Europe Dune de Pilat, where you can simply take in the magnificent views - or seize the unexpected opportunity to sand-surf or bodyboard down the fine sands of this spectacular 110m high sand giant.

Recommended parc: Côte d'Argent >

Taste the finest caviar

Perhaps the greatest bon viveurs in the world, the French discovered the salty delicacy of caviar centuries ago. Today, you can share the pleasure, with elegant and delicious tastings at a number of caviar farms in the region.

Recommended parc: Côte d'Argent >

Stay in the grounds of an authentic French vineyard

There are many wine trails and wonderful wine regions in France, so the chance to enjoy a dégustation and then buy a case of the local wine is one of the great pleasures of a Eurocamp holiday. Yet perhaps the ultimate experience for wine buffs is to enjoy a camping holiday at one of our parcs with its own wonderful winery…

Recommended parc: Domaine de Massereau >

Go on stage in the Alps

Some of the most fearsome and famous stages of the Tour de France run through this part of the Alps, and keen cyclists who want to test their mettle can ride from Bourg d’Oisans up through the legendary climbs and switchbacks to the top of Alpe d’Huez. Here you will receive an official certificate to mark your feat, for just one Euro.

Recommended parc: Le Belledone >

Walking and hiking in the Cévennes

Discover the breathtakingly beautiful Cévennes National park. Stretching across several gorgeous regions, it takes in the Tarn and Jonte Gorges, as well as the petrified rocks and white oaks at Païolive, and offers up the most spectacular scenery and wildlife you will find in all France.

Recommended parc: Val de Cantobre >

Live life on the edge at Gorge du Verdon

Plunging 1,000ft to the emerald-green river below the Gorges du Verdon is Europe’s answer to the Grand Canyon. Carved from limestone deposits created during the Jurassic period by the powerful river that runs through it, the Gorge du Verdon is one of Europe’s most impressive locations, it is an essential experience for everyone who loves hiking canyoning.

Recommended parc: Domaine du Verdon >

Canoe the Ardèche

Meandering through a series of lovely gorges - the Ardèche is an ideal place to experience the great outdoors from a canoe or kayak. Our parcs here make getting out onto the water safe and easy, enabling you to explore mile after mile of river, as well as getting the best possible view of the stunning Vallon Pont d’Arc from the river itself.

Recommended parc: L'Ardéchois >

Surf's up in Biarritz

An elegant resort in its own right, with wonderful shops and a multitude of lovely restaurants, Biarritz is also a surfer’s paradise, with reliable waves and plenty of surf schools. Choose the Grand Plage if you’re here en famille, or head out to Côte des Basques beach to hang out with the younger surf crowd and enjoy a little more surfing room.

Recommended parc: Le Ruisseau >

Fall in love with the lavender of Provence

Endless fields of lavender blue are one of the most enduring and beautiful images of Provence. Experience the beauty and the fragrance of the fields for yourself to know the true ambiance of this lovely region. Visit from mid-June to early August for the best of the lavender, from the high plateaus of Sault to the Luberon valley.

Recommended parc: Domaine du Verdon >

Action! At the Cannes Film Festival

Mix with Hollywood’s A-listers in Cannes this May and you’ll be seeing stars and starlets hit the spotlight, not to mention getting a look at this year’s blockbusters, rom-coms and world film classics. Even if you never leave the sandy splendour of the Croisette Beach, it’s an experience just to be there.

Recommended parc: Esterel >

Discover Dordogne's prehistoric past

The Dordogne offers a host of magnificent caves and grottos, which include some of the finest prehistoric cave paintings on earth. While Lascaux is the most famous site, you will also be captivated by the stalactites, stalagmites and prehistoric drawings of the Grotte Des Merveilles at Rocamadour, and the Grotte De Rouffignac, also known as the Cave of a Hundred Mammoths.

Nearest holiday parc: Le Moulin de Paulhiac >

March into the Arena in Nimes

Even though it was built during the reign of the Emperor Augustus in the first century AD, the arena in Nimes is one of the most perfectly preserved Roman ampitheatres on earth. Once the stage for gladiatorial combat and even lion hunts, it is a perfect window into history, where you can soak up the incredible atmosphere and even watch events today.

Nearest holiday parc: Domaine de Massereau >