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Europeans love camping and caravanning. No matter which country you’re exploring, there are campsites to cater for all tastes and budgets – from wild wilderness to glamping in style. If you’re searching for holiday inspiration (from the best campsites to little-known locations and experiences off the beaten-track), here’s everything you need for your next European adventure.

Tiny Country Camping

Rob Fearn | 18 Nov 2022

Europe is home to five of the top-ten smallest countries in the world, and if you want to explore these micro-nations, then camping could be the perfect way to visit.
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Top 5 European Music Capitals

Ben Tully | 11 Nov 2022

Ahh Europe... birthplace to some of the world's most famous composers, musicians and songwriters, and home to a great selection of intimate music bars, awesome underground scenes, world-famous clubs, live music venues and stunning opera houses.
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Unusual France

Russell Wheldon | 7 Nov 2022

France has a great wealth of world-class tourist attractions. But sometimes, whether you've somehow managed to see them all, or just a handful, you want something more quirky. You've visited Pont du Gard, the Caves of Lascaux, Père Lachaise Cemetery and Monet's Gardens; what now?
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Alternative Portugal

Russell Wheldon | 31 Oct 2022

The Alentejo forms around a third of Portugal's landmass, yet it has just 6% of the population, and few visitors can claim to know much about it. This is one of Europe's least densely populated regions and a sorely overlooked holiday destination.
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Introducing our Campsite Assessors - The Corralls

Rob Fearn | 12 Jul 2022

Spending summers on the road is part of annual life for the Alan Rogers campsite assessors. Travelling all over Europe, they produce in-depth, independent reports on each site they visit.
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Introducing our Campsite Assessors - Paul Johnson

Rob Fearn | 11 Jul 2022

Spending summers on the road is a way of life for the Alan Rogers campsite assessors. Travelling all over Europe, producing in-depth, independent reports on each campsite they visit.
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5 Beautiful Places to go Camping in France

Peter Stannett | 21 Jun 2022

There are many reasons to go camping in France for your summer holiday. There are sunny beaches, blue seas, magnificent mountains and great food and drink. France also has a fantastic camping culture, so there are many great campsites to choose from, most of which have fabulous facilities.
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5 Best Camping Spots In Ireland

Rob Fearn | 10 May 2022

There are lots of ways you can make your camping holiday even better. For example, choosing the very best tent and camping equipment or making your journey stress-free by using a shipping service to transport all your equipment for you.
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Curious Camping Part 5 - Intriguing Italy

Peter Stannett | 5 May 2022

Italy is a beautiful country full of thrilling history, rich culture and stunning architecture.
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Best in Travel 2022

Ben Tully | 20 Jan 2022

Every year, our friends at Lonely Planet publish the ultimate list of countries, regions and cities which they deem must-visits for the year ahead. We're excited that more of the destinations that we offer have been chosen to represent 2022's Best in Travel than ever before.
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5 of the Best Countries for Camping

Peter Stannett | 17 Jan 2022

For making memories, having great experiences and relaxation you can't beat a good camping holiday. Whether you prefer a tent, caravan or motorhome, you can experience the best in an affordable way and without missing out on all of the holiday luxuries you want to enjoy.
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UNESCO: Western Europe

Ben Tully | 25 Nov 2021

We will be covering 454 of Europe's UNESCO sites over four blogs; sorted into northern, southern, western and central/eastern Europe starting with the northern states. We hope to inspire more people to visit more UNESCO sites when travelling.
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UNESCO: Germany

Ben Tully | 15 Nov 2021

With its wealth of scenic and cultural interests, Germany is a land of contrasts. From the flatlands of the north to the mountains in the south, with forests in the east and west, regional characteristics are a strong feature of German life and present a rich variety of folklore and customs.
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UNESCO: Central/Eastern Europe

Ben Tully | 8 Nov 2021

We will be covering 452 of Europe's UNESCO sites over four blogs; sorted into northern, southern, western and central/eastern Europe starting with the northern states. We hope to inspire more people to visit more UNESCO sites when travelling.
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Film inspired Swiss holiday locations

The Alan Rogers Team | 4 Nov 2021

Take the family on a tour throughout Switzerland inspired by some great films, and remember to plan for everything, including a visa if needed.
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UNESCO: Northern Europe

Ben Tully | 11 Oct 2021

We will be covering 454 of Europe's UNESCO sites over four blogs; sorted into northern, southern, western and central/eastern Europe starting with the northern states. We hope to inspire more people to visit more UNESCO sites when travelling.
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Planning a fishing holiday

Peter Stannett | 28 Apr 2021

There is little quite as relaxing as settling down for the day in beautiful countryside, by a lake, a river, or sea. Fishing is one of those hobbies that allow you to fully relax and live in the moment as you appreciate the natural world around you whilst enjoying the day's activity.
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Curious Camping Part 3 - Nifty Netherlands

Peter Stannett | 3 Feb 2021

If you want to visit the home of camping, then Holland is the place to go! The Dutch love camping and are experts at it. This country boasts some of the best campsites and camping facilities that Europe has to offer.
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It's back and it's better - 53rd Edition Selected Sites in Europe

Rob Fearn | 11 Dec 2020

It's become an annual tradition, every year just before Christmas we announce a brand new guide to campsites across Europe.
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An Algarve Adventure

Russell Wheldon | 25 Mar 2020

With so much uncertainty at the moment, many people are taking some time to start planning ahead for their next...
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