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Thousands of tourists from all parts of Europe flock to the beach every year for their holiday, whether it’s during the warm summer months or even the mild winters.

Unwind in Aquitaine: Camping Adventures in Southwest France

Rob Fearn | 19 May 2023 | Read time: 5m 30s

Camping is a fantastic way to explore Aquitaine, a beautiful region located in southwestern France. Aquitaine is well known for its diverse landscapes, including stunning coastlines, rolling hills, lush vineyards, and charming villages.
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A place in the sun

Rob Fearn | 5 May 2023 | Read time: 6m 26s

Although stretches of its coast around the best beaches are very developed, there are plenty of places to go for...
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Beautiful sunsets

Top 8 Campsites in Spain Near Barcelona

Rob Fearn | 26 Feb 2021 | Read time: 4m 15s

However, one thing Barcelona isn’t famous for is cheap hotel rooms. Don’t worry, though, because you don’t have to spend...
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Vilanova Park, Barcelona

Seaside Camping In The UK - Our Most Beloved Beaches

The Alan Rogers Team | 13 Aug 2020 | Read time: 5m 54s

From humble beginnings in the post-war years to all-inclusive and all-out family holidays, we've continued to enjoy our sunny beaches...
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Cornish beach

9 Reasons to Love Camping in France

Rob Fearn | 8 Jul 2020 | Read time: 6m 33s

France is a great country to visit which is why it makes such a perfect place to go on holiday
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Lavender fields

Why we love campsites next to the beach

Rob Fearn | 22 May 2019 | Read time: 4m 4s

The archetypal sun, sea and sand holiday is, for some, the ideal; for others it’s dramatic, blustery seascapes and clattering...
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Ice cream melting

Walking France’s coastal paths

Rob Fearn | 28 Jul 2017 | Read time: 3m 9s

Whether or not Napoleon was a keen walker is not fully documented (he was certainly no stranger to a long march). What we do know, however, is that he decided that the French coastline was part of the nation’s heritage and so gave all citizens the right to access it.
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Poquerolles Island

The Normandy beaches of D-Day

Ben Tully | 5 Jun 2017 | Read time: 5m 47s

The beaches of Normandy saw the largest seaborne invasion in history - 6th June 1944 or D-Day marked the beginning of the Allied campaign to wrestle occupied Europe from Nazi control
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Normandy Beaches

5 beaches you must visit this summer

Rob Fearn | 18 Jul 2014 | Read time: 1m 58s

Our pick of the best stretches of shoreline you can encounter this summer
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Tenby Beach
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