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31 campsites in France, Paris - Ile de France

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This site on the banks of the Seine, Camping Sandaya Paris Maisons-Laffitte is consistently busy, has multilingual, friendly reception staff and occupies a grassy, tree-covered...

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Jablines is a modern site which, with the leisure facilities of the adjacent Espace Loisirs, offers an interesting alternative to other sites in the region...

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This Huttopia site is rather different. When the French owners visited Canada and experienced ‘back to nature’ camping, they were so impressed that they decided...

Located just 55 km. from Paris, l’Etang de Belesbat is in a wooded, leafy area where you can indulge your interests in fishing, climbing, golf...

A busy site and the only one within Paris, set in a wooded area between the Seine and the Bois de Boulogne. The site is...

This pleasant site is part of the Huttopia group whose philosophy is to rediscover the camping spirit. It is in a peaceful forest location beside...

This rural, sloping site (open all year) is conveniently situated as an overnight stop or for a visit to Disneyland or to Paris. The 9...

This peaceful, pleasant site has been owned and run by the same family for over 50 years. There are around 200 pitches with a few...

Alongside the River Seine, this site has an overall mature and neat appearance. Although the approach road passes through an industrial area, you will discover...

In pleasant countryside south of Paris and within easy reach of the Palais de Fontainebleau, this is a traditional, no-frills campsite occupying an attractive location...

On the outskirts of the forest, 8k from Fontainbleau town and palace, this well maintained municipal site has its entrance opposite the banks of the...

Les Courtilles du Lido is an attractive, family run site located just outside the 14th-century village of Moret-sur-Loing on the edge of the Forêt de...

Situated east of Paris in the beautiful Brie region, Le Soleil de Crécy is a site for all the family and is very well positioned...

Centre Naturiste is situated in a 47-hectare parkland setting surrounded by woodland and is ideal for visiting Paris. There are 50 pitches specifically for touring...

This is a pleasant, peaceful site which has a very French feel. Of the 225 pitches, the 90 for touring are grouped in two separate...

This campsite, located in the Ile de France, has recently been acquired by the Franceloc group and is in need of some attention. Accommodation ranges...

This attractive and well managed site is owned and run by a Dutch holiday company. A principal building houses reception on the ground floor and...

This is a pleasant, typically French campsite just 25 km. south of Paris and conveniently located at the centre of a triangle formed by the...

Formerly known as La Cerclière, this campsite 80 km. east of Paris lies at the heart of the Montaiguillon forest. This 15 hectare site no...

If you intend to visit Disneyland, this site is ideally situated, just 12 km. away. Tickets can be purchased at the site, and taxi travel...

Paris/Ile de France

With its tree lined boulevards, museums, art galleries, the Arc de Triomphe and of course the famous Eiffel Tower, this cosmopolitan city has plenty to offer. Less than 30 miles from the heart of the capital, a fun-packed trip to Disneyland Paris is also within reach.

One of the most chic and culturally rewarding cities in the world, Paris has something for everyone. The list of things to do is virtually endless and could easily fill many holidays - window shopping, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Montmartre, trips on the Seine, pavement cafés and the Moulin Rouge, the list goes on. The nearby Disneyland Resort Paris provides a great day out for all the family with two fantastic theme parks and over 70 attractions and shows to choose from. On the outskirts of Paris is Parc Astérix with one of Europe’s most impressive roller-coasters.

As a peaceful retreat, you can relax and enjoy the lush scenery of surrounding hills and secret woodlands of the Ile de France. Square bell towers nestle in gentle valleys, white silos rest on endless plains of wheat; and soft, harmonious landscapes painted and praised by artists such as La Fontaine and Corot stretch before the eyes. Paris itself is surrounded by forests - Fontainebleau, Compiègne, Saint-Germain-en-Laye - and majestic châteaux such as Fontainbleau and Vaux-le-Vicomte.