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Domaine de l’Oiseliere is ideal for camping and campervan holidays, with 25 large pitches to choose from. There is a choice of full sun or...

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Within easy reach of all the attractions of the Périgord region, Sandaya have created an attractive and friendly family campsite at les Péneyrals. There are...

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Considered by many to be the best family campsite in Switzerland, Campofelice Camping Village borders Lake Maggiore and the Verzasca estuary, where the site has...

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A secluded holiday village set in the heart of the forest, with many sporting facilities and a super spa centre, Camping les Alicourts Resort is...

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Camping Joan is a very friendly, family run site to the south of the popular village of Cambrils and with direct access to a fine...

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Camping la Ferme de Lann-Hoëdic is an attractively landscaped site with many flowering shrubs and trees. The 108 touring pitches, all with 10A electricity, are...

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Le Castel Camping de La Bien-Assise is a mature and well-developed campsite in the grounds of a country house dating back to the 1500s. There...

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This site is unusual in that it is located in the heart of a village, yet is only 250 metres from a sandy cove. The...

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Set in the grounds of a château, Castel Camping le Château de Lez Eaux lies in a rural situation just off the main route south...

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This well kept former municipal site has been continually updated over the past few years by the current owners, M. and Mme. Rivière. It is...

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This is a small, family run site situated in the foothills of the beautiful Cévennes and close to Saint Jean-du-Gard and the River Gardon. There...

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At the heart of the Auvergne, only 35 km to the South of Clermont-Ferrand and 12 km from Besse St. Anastaise, the friendly Pommier family...

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Soustons Village is situated in the heart of the vast Landes pine forest. It is close to Soustons and its huge lake and around six...

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Campsite Au Port-Punay is a friendly and well-run site located in Chatelaillon-Plage in the charming fishermen's village Les Boucholeurs, just 300m from the beach. The...

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Le Paradis is an excellent, well-maintained riverside site, halfway between Les Eyzies and Montignac in the Valley of the Vézère. The site is landscaped with...

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A friendly, family site, l’Anse du Brick overlooks a picturesque bay on the northern tip of the Cotentin Peninsula, eight kilometres east of Cherbourg port...

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Sites et Paysages Camping Au Clos de la Chaume is a pleasant site within walking distance of the town, on level ground with a small...

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The overall winner of the Alan Rogers Campsite of the Year Awards in 2018, Séquoia Parc is just 7 km from the beach (Marennes-Plage). This...

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Round Oak Farm is a smaller, CL-style campsite on a working farm that focuses mainly on rare breed sheep and cows. Located in the heart...

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Kings Oak Farm is an adults-only 'Certified Site' campsite set in the heart of the Kentish countryside, near the busy Wealden village of Headcorn. This...

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Camping and the Environment

Holidaying on a campsite is relatively environmentally sound and ‘low impact’. 

In recent years, we have become more aware of green issues and environmental concerns. Climate change, in particular, is discussed, with its accompanying threat of dangerous and far-reaching changes in weather patterns, and carbon dioxide is identified as the prime culprit.

The travel industry, in particular, has had to think very hard about how it addresses sustainable tourism. Like it or not, carbon emissions are part of the holiday ‘experience’ whether we fly or travel by ferry or car. Airlines, large international hotels, train operators, and cruise lines have all had to consider their green credentials and environmental policies, and this is just part of a complicated, swirling mass of elements that include fiscal measures, public opinion, rising energy costs, ever more consumer choice and ever greater consumer expectations.

Sustainable tourism is envisaged as leading to the management of all resources in such a way that economic, social and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while maintaining cultural integrity, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and life support systems.

Learn more about 'eco camping' and find out how you can reduce your carbon footprint with our articles.

What are we doing to make a difference?

We’ve introduced a program of eco-friendly initiatives designed to reduce the environmental impacts of both staff and customers. LOVEGreen is our sustainability and environmental initiative aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of our team and office. It covers things like who we work with and how we operate internally, as well as how we communicate with our customers.

The steps we take may be small, but each and everyone counts towards a greener and healthier future.

Find out more about what we're doing in the office, what the organisations we work with are doing and our dedicated Green Team...

Read our Environmental Policy

What eco credentials do we show on the Alan Rogers website?

In 2023 we implemented significant changes behind the scenes on our website. We rolled out some new filters on our website, which allows campsites to demonstrate their eco credentials.

We now display information including:

Eco site awardsEnergy ManagementWaste ManagementNature Management

David Bellamy Conservation Award


EU EcoLabel

Clef Verte / Green Key

Green Tourism Awards

EV charging points available

Solar-powered facilities

Energy-saving lights

Air/ground source heating

Reduced water-consuming toilets

Composting toilets

Re-use of rainwater

Certified carbon neutral

Recycling points

Ecological wastewater management

Communal composting facilities

Biodegradable soap/chemicals used in toilets

Reduced use of single-use items

Responsible land management (limited or zero use of fertiliser)

Responsible water management (no outflows into rivers)

Bat / Birdhouses provided

Native tree planting programme

Insect hotels and preservation of natural habitat

Wild areas of land (grass not mown - wildflowers/meadows)

Wetlands created or managed