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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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Camping Sandaya Rivièra d’Azur is an excellent site near the Côte d’Azur that will take you away from the Mediterranean coast's bustle. Spread out over...

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Yelloh! Village Camping Les Mouettes is a sheltered site on the edge of an attractive bay, with access to the sea at the front of...

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This is an excellent, well-organised site in Catalan country with direct access to the sandy beach and warm waters of the Med. In addition, the...

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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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Camping Nature Parc l’Ardéchois is a very high-quality, family-run site within walking distance of the amenities of Vallon-Pont-d’Arc. It borders the River Ardèche, and hugely...

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Fort Espagnol can be found close to the village of Crac’h, with easy access to the Morbihan Gulf. 50 touring pitches vary in size and...

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Camping International at Giens is a popular windsurfers’ paradise. The site has its own school with the beach just across the quiet coast road. With...

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Camping Les Rouillères is found in the charming beachside town of La Tranche-sur-Mer, with its expansive Les Rouillères beach, right next to the campsite and...

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Camping Sandaya Lac de Sanguinet is located just 100 m. from the large lake of the same name. There are 317 pitches here, of which...

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Some two kilometres from the sea on the Costa Brava, this is a pristine and surprisingly tranquil site in two parts, split by the access...

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Kervilor may be a good alternative for those who find the beachside sites in La Trinité too busy and lively. In a village on the...

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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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This large and impressive, deluxe site is very efficiently run by the Sandaya Group. The main part of the camping area is pinewood, with over...

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Sitting on the terrace in front of the restaurant – a beautifully converted Catalan farmhouse dating from 1908 – it is difficult to believe that...

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One hour from Paris, on the banks of the Seine and overlooked by the impressive remains of Château Gaillard (Richard Coeur de Lion), this attractive...

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Le Moulin de l’Eclis is an attractive, rural site with direct access to a safe sandy beach. There are 183 pitches of which around half...

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Camping La Ferme de la Serraz is near Doussard (Haute-Savoie), a village just south of the impressive Lake Annecy. You will look out over the...

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This quiet, pretty site is a few kilometres inland from the coast, 2 km. north of the DN7. Close to the unusual Roquebrune rock, it...

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This campsite lies in a wooded area in a good location from which to discover the area of the Dordogne. The village of Atur is...

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Campsites for fishing

Fishing is a popular pastime for holidaymakers – it’s a chance to relax and unwind in soothing surroundings, with perhaps the chance to catch something tasty for supper. 

A Camping Holiday Is The Best Kind For Anglers

There is little quite as relaxing as settling down for the day in beautiful countryside by a lake, a river, or the 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.

Fishing is an activity that requires patience and often is done in solitude or small groups. This slow pace allowing you plenty of time to think and relax is why anglers swear by their hobby as an essential way to reduce stress and maintain your mental health.

Camping is another hobby or holiday style that offers a lot of the same qualities. Once you have the equipment, it is relatively cost-effective, and it allows you to get back to nature and appreciate the world around you as you live in the moment. Camping can reduce your stress levels and give you plenty of opportunities to relax and live in the moment. This is why camping and fishing go so well together.

Fishing is a popular activity in the United Kingdom and worldwide, so wherever you go, you can fit in a little of your favourite hobby. Choosing your location is almost too easy; many campsites and caravan parks have dedicated fishing lakes on-site, so you don't even need to go anywhere.

A lot of the camping equipment required is similar, if not the same, to some of the fishing equipment you need. So although if you are planning to do both on your holiday, you will need to pack extra gear, you might be surprised at what can be used for both.