Take a short hop across the channel and begin your family camping holiday in France with the delights of Disneyland Paris, Brittany’s charming coastline or pause for thought in Normandy, with its landscape shaped by wartime.
Camping Holidays in France
Why do we love camping in France so much?
The answers are as individual, varied and surprising as the country itself.
Topping the list for the most visited country in the world, this is a land made for exploring from North to South, for making new discoveries and sampling new dishes, the rich and varied cultures and enjoying the great outdoors.
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Sail away to the wild and invigorating coast of Brittany, with its glorious wide beaches, big, blue skies and quaint, historical villages.
While the dramatic coastline and many well-preserved historical monuments are a sobering reminder of its past, Normandy is also well known for its cider and Calvados apple brandy.
Highlights of Paris? Where to begin? Amazing art and architecture, fabulous food, cosmopolitan café culture, and of course, Mickey and Minnie Mouse!
A region not to be overlooked, Picardy is home to some truly beautiful countryside, great food and steeped in history. And it's so easy to get to, too!
Bring the medieval back to life in the majestic Dordogne, or enjoy a truly great outdoors in Jura, home to no less than 31 waterfalls. If you’re a wine lover, drink in Burgundy, land of endless great grapes.
Travel down to the chateaux-studded woodland that rises above the glinting Loire, also known as the Garden of France; you won't be disappointed!
While your hours away on the beach, trying new watersports and building sandcastles, enjoy the seafood at the fishing marinas and take in the sights in the Vendée and Ile de Ré.
Well known for its rivers and keen canoeists, the Dordogne is also home to some truly fabulous châteaux, established vineyards and ancient villages right out of a fairy tale.
With Switzerland and the region of Burgundy as its next-door neighbours, you'd be right in thinking the Jura has plenty to offer: think great food, impressive waterfalls, châteaux and caves.
For all you wine connoisseurs, the world-famous vineyards of Burgundy will be a must-see. But it's not just wine-lovers who are catered for in this region; the ancient architecture and stunning countryside is not to be missed.
While we whole-heartedly agree that the Alps are an amazing ski-holiday location, that's not all that's on offer here! Lovers of the great outdoors in general are spoilt for choice, with hills and lakes, plus charming cities and superb food!
Looking for a different type of holiday in France? Why not get stuck into outdoor adventure with surfing in Gascony, hiking in the Pyrénées Mountains or canoeing in the Ardèche? Or for brilliant beaches, try France’s answer to the Spanish Costas in Languedoc & Roussillon.
Gascony and Gironde is a mecca for sun-worshippers, surf dudes, shopaholics...and lovers of good wine and good food! You can make your stay as busy or as lazy as you wish, there's something for everyone both inland and on the mesmerising Atlantic coast.
A huge, beautiful adventure playground, there is so much to do and discover in the Ardéche and Auvergne, from gentle canoeing in the Gorges to hiking up mountains and exploring caves.
On your next camping holiday in France, make sure to dip into Provence and the Riviera to enjoy your slice of the Mediterranean or glide into the glitzy glamour of St Tropez and see how the other half live!
Ask one person what this region offers, they'll tell you fabulous beaches; ask someone else, they'll argue historical towns and vineyards. Languedoc and Roussillon has it all - not to mention the warm Mediterranean sun.
The Pyrénées region is an outdoor lover's paradise: breathe in that fresh alpine air on a stroll or hike, or something more extreme like mountain biking or white water rafting...all with the magnificent backdrop of perfect countryside.
While worth a visit for the views alone, Corsica does have plenty to offer. From beautifully-preserved historical towns and buildings to the many fishing marinas serving up the daily catch, you'll want to come back for more...