Camping Holidays in Paris

At a Glance

Visit Paris

Say ‘Bonjour!’ to the finer things in French life in the city of love – Paris. A holiday to this iconic capital city will exceed all your expectations; you’ve seen the photos of La Tour Eiffel and watched Tom Hank chase down the Da Vinci code, but nothing can compare coming face-to-face with the glittering city.

Whether you’ve visited before, or it’s your first time, there are lots of things to see and do on holidays to Paris. View the art collections in The Louvre, visit the gardens of the Tuileries, shop at Galeries Lafayette, discover Montmartre, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame and the palace of Versailles to the west of Paris. Conveniently central, our holiday parcs in Paris are the perfect camping base – stay in one of our luxury holiday homes and visit all the must-see attractions on your Paris holiday itinerary.

Taste Paris

Taste Paris

Dining out is a true Parisian passion, with endless cafés, brasseries, bars and bistros lining every city street.

If you fancy trying the region’s famed dishes, order Potage St-Germain (a thick, pea soup), followed by steak-frites and Gateau Paris-Brest? Warning: this delectable ring-shaped cake is made from sweet choux pastry, filled with praline, making it highly addictive treat!

Explore Paris, The Seine

Explore Paris

Captivating history, architecture and can’t-quite-put-your-finger-on ambience intertwined throughout Paris creating culture trails that demand to be explored. A great way to admire the city is by hopping onto a glass-topped, sightseeing boat that travels up and down the River Seine every day, passing all the must-see sights.

You can also journey 20 miles outside of the city to experience the magical wonder of the Disneyland Resort.

Sacre Coeur, Monmatre, Paris

Feel Paris

It wouldn’t be a holiday in Paris without unwinding with a café au lait. Pair it with a freshly baked, buttery croissant before delving into culture at The Louvre or climbing the hill to the Sacré-Coeur. Get into the Parisian lifestyle as you weave through artistic Montmartre or bravely sample the frogs’ legs.

Your Paris holidays will be filled with culture and good food when you book your break with Eurocamp.

Paris Top 5 Attractions
Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Built in 1889 to mark the centenary of the French Revolution, the Eiffel Tower was originally designed to be a temporary structure. Fast-forward 135 years and now it’s, arguably, the most famous tower in the world. Head to its highest gallery to see awe-inspiring views of the city, reaching for 45 miles.

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge

Red windmill and raucous reputation combine at the Moulin Rouge, a theatre created by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in the early 1900s. Book your seat at the city’s number one show to see French cancan dancers strut their stuff on this historic stage.

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame is a masterpiece of French Gothic architecture that begun life in 1162 and wasn’t completed until mid-14th century. Make the most of your visit to the magnificent cathedral with a free tour in English - Monday - Saturday in the afternoon. Just watch out for those gargoyles!

The Louvre

The Louvre

Step through The Louvre’s vast, glass pyramid and prepare to see a unique collection of paintings and sculptures. Originally starting life as a 12th century fortress and royal palace, The Louvre is now home to every great objet d’art from the Venus de Milo to Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.

sightseeing paris

Disneyland Paris

Turn childhood dreams into everlasting memories with a trip to Disneyland. See the magical world of Disney come to life in the parade, have your picture taken with Mickey and whirl around on the fabulous rides.

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