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Sunêlia Le Fief welcomes all campers on large pitches of 100 m², partly shaded and bordered by lush, established vegetation, and would particularly suit if...

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Close to the delightful beach at Le Pouldu, Camping Kerou offers over 70 touring pitches, most with electricity. The site feels spacious, with shade from...

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Le Marqueval is a well established, lively, family site of 284 pitches (including 60 mobile homes), located close to the seaside town of Hautot-sur-Mer, just...

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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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Lou Castel is attractively located close to Castelnaud-la-Chapelle, at the heart of the Périgord Noir, and close to many of the region’s major attractions. There...

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Le Pavillon Royal has an excellent situation on raised ground overlooking the sea (100 m. from the beach), with good views along the coast to...

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Yelloh! Village Saint Emilion (formerly La Barbanne) is a pleasant site in the heart of the Bordeaux wine region, only 2.5 km. from the famous...

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Saint-Disdille is situated 300 m. from the beautiful Lake Geneva and the famous spa towns of Thonon-les-Bains, which can be reached on a bus that...

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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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The Ferme de la Serraz campsite in Haute-Savoie is located in the centre of Doussard, a charming village on the west bank of Lake Annecy...

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Owned and managed by the Barré family, this campsite is pleasant, peaceful and immaculate. It will suit those who want to enjoy the local coast...

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This large, well-maintained campsite is well laid out on the shores of Lac de Léon and offers about 250 touring pitches and 550 mobile homes...

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You will be guaranteed a friendly welcome from the the campsite staff who are justifiably proud of their well kept and attractive site, built in...

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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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Its location on the Atlantic coast, 600 m. from a lovely sandy beach, makes this site extremely popular. Set in ten hectares of heavily wooded...

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Camping la Rivière is situated on the banks of the Dordogne with direct access to the river and a sand and pebble beach. It is...

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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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If you are looking for large pitches, shady trees, mountain views and direct access to a lakeside beach, this site is for you. There are...

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Castel Camping Parc de Fierbois has a wide variety of accommodation to rent if you're not bringing your own caravan or tent. There's a range...

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This former municipal site has been refurbished to a high standard and is operated by the owner/manager. There are 60 touring pitches, all with 10A...

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Blessed with some of the world’s most stunning scenery, amazing food and wine, a colourful history - and with some 11,000 campsites – it’s hard to beat camping in France.

From the endless sandy beaches of the Vendée to the snow capped Alps, from the lush pastures of Normandy to the lavender fields of Provence, there’s a French campsite for you. Rolling vineyards, picturesque villages, brooding castles, shimmering lakes, craggy hills and dormant volcanoes… camping in France has so much to offer.

There are fabulous cities like Paris, Bordeaux, Nice and historic Lyon, as well as ancient towns like Sarlat, Blois, Rennes and Toulouse, all steeped in history. Then there are iconic sights like the sweeping vineyards of the Médoc, St Emilion, and Burgundy’s Côte d’Or; the swaying sunflowers of the Armagnac, the châteaux of the Loire, the prehistoric cave paintings of Les Eyzies, the gorges of the Ardèche and the plains of Champagne.

And don’t forget the beaches. The beaches of Brittany around Concarneau and Carnac, the D-Day Landing Beaches of Normandy, the white sands between St Jean de Monts and La Rochelle and on down the Aquitaine coast, through the Landes to Biarritz have so much to offer. Not to mention the mesmerising beaches of the Med, from Languedoc round to the Côte d’Azur where St Tropez, Cannes and Cassis are bywords for world class beaches.

Camping holidays on the door step
France is easy to get to and is also the perfect choice for a camping holiday with a taste of the continent. First time campers and caravanners enjoy its relaxed, friendly approach with plenty of campsites close to the main ports. More experienced campers and caravanners love the fact that there are always new places to discover and fresh campsites to stay at.

Camping is a way of life
In France camping is a way of life. Facilities are high quality, outdoor activities are many and varied and the living is easy. Enjoy a leisurely barbecue or the campsite’s takeaway and relax while the kids make new friends – language never seems to be a barrier on a French campsite.

Facilities on a French campsite are modern and can be extensive, with swimming pools on most, many with superb waterslides and waterpark features. Depending on where you choose for your camping holiday, you may find an excellent on-site restaurant, a convivial bar, perhaps a pizzeria too. Pitches are generally of a good size, level and well defined with attractive shrubs and hedging. And many campsites offer mobile homes, chalets and glamping units to rent, so everyone’s welcome!

Campsites in France for children
Children are well catered for with special activities and free childrens’ clubs, usually in high season. Many campsites in France offer tennis, bike hire, riding, fishing and watersports like sailing and windsurfing or canoeing. Even archery, quad biking and climbing or more artistic pursuits like pottery, drawing classes and nature rambles. 

Family life quickly takes on a different rhythm to life at home: collecting the morning baguette and croissants, a dip in the pool, a trip to the beach, perhaps some family entertainment or a magic show - it’s all about ringing the changes and enjoying new experiences.

And when it comes to being outdoors you may be a culture buff who enjoys elegant châteaux and exploring ancient walled towns. You may be in search of pristine beaches and secret coves for canoeing and windsurfing. Perhaps some cycling or a walk along the riverside. How about rounding off your camping holiday with a surprise trip to Disneyland Paris? There are great family campsites close by.

Choose a campsite in France that’s right for you
Whether you’re looking for a family campsite with all the mod cons and top notch facilities, or prefer something more laid back and tranquil, you can choose how you go camping in France. Simply pick a French campsite that’s right for you. If road tripping is more our thing, check out our Atlantic Coast road trip.

One thing is sure, wherever you go camping in France and whatever you do, you’ll no doubt be sure to sample some of the local food and wine.