Camping In Europe
Popular Countries For a Camping Holiday
With over 8,000 campsites in Europe to choose from, there’s a destination to inspire you, no matter your travel tastes. At Alan Rogers, we’ve made compiling your holiday shortlist easy. We have something for every type of camper; whether you are pitching a tent or parking up a caravan or motorhome, we have a wide variety of campsites to browse.
Other European Camping Destinations
Search For Sites
Simply search for campsites throughout Europe by country or theme by clicking on the available options to refine your search.
Our listings include campsites that have been inspected and selected for our guides by our team of expert assessors, as well as a range of alternatives in each area. Click the 'view details' button for more information and images of each site, or head to the campsites official website. You can also book a campsite on many of our selected sites.
If pitching a tent does not take your fancy, why not try one of the popular glamping campsites; we have over 300 glamping campsites to choose from throughout the UK and Europe.
Camping For Hobbies
Camping is more than just a holiday; it is a lifestyle, a choice, and a hobby for many. It’s easy to see why you would choose to go camping. It is the perfect way to spend time outdoors and indulge in all of your favourite hobbies while getting some important wind-down time from our hectic lives.
If your hobbies include walking, fishing, or even naturism; camping can be the perfect way to facilitate your holiday cost-effectively and easily. There is no better way than getting back to nature and spending outdoors than in a tent, caravan or motorhome.
If your hobbies tend more towards the indoors, there are still many campsites where you can explore history and culture. Book yourself a pitch near your favourite exhibition and make the most of your hobby while on a camping holiday.
What to Take When Camping
Taking Your Dog Camping
Many pet-friendly campsites will happily accommodate obedient dogs. Dogs must usually be kept on a lead at all times and must not be left unattended or allowed to roam freely. For the safety of all campers, you must clean up after your dog.