Campsites in France are one of the most on the top of the list of preferred holiday locations in Europe. Furthermore, campsites in France are popular with tourists from the UK, Netherlands, Germany and of course France.
Camping holidays in France are popular for a multitude of different reasons. Firstly there are simply thousands of campsites in France, in actual fact there are over 9000. Secondly, they are located all throughout France, from Brittany and Normandy in the north to Languedoc and Roussillon to the south. Finally, campsites come in all shapes and sizes to meet all tastes and budgets. Therefore, whether you're looking for a massive campsite with loads of activities or a smaller quieter campsite, you're sure to find something to suit your needs.
One of the great things about campsites in France is the variety of different types of accommodation on offer. On most campsites, you can rent all different sizes and shapes of mobile holiday homes, tents, lodges and glamping pods. Meanwhile many small and also large campsites allow you to hire a camping pitch. Camping pitches are great for those wanting to save money by taking their own tent, caravan or motor home on holiday with them.
Campsites in Northern France offer the perfect base for exploring. Northern France is jam-packed with historic towns, villages and beautiful beaches and is perfect for camping holidays. Picardy and Normandy both offer a wealth of history through their involvement in WW1 and WW2. Normandy is also well known for its beach resorts such as Deauville, stunning harbours like Honfleur and of course Mont St Michel. Meanwhile, Brittany is popular with all types of campers and especially with those looking to enjoy the stunning coastline which stretches out for miles.
Camping in Southern France is popular with those looking to get the most out of a beach holiday. The Mediterranean Sea provides the perfect backdrop with warm sea and golden sand lining the shore is all directions. The Cote d'Azur and Languedoc and Roussillon are popular with beach lovers whilst the Ardeche provides more for those looking to enjoy outdoor pursuits.
Campsites in Central France are where the action happens. Stunning beaches along the western coast provide the perfect seaside holidays whilst to the east, there are mountains and activities galore. Meanwhile, the Dordogne and Loire regions offer a multitude of river activities and stunning chateau to explore.
Finally whichever campsite you choose and whatever region of France you decide to visit, you'll find a massive variety of things to see and do nearby. There are simply thousands of beautiful old villages, markets and towns to visit and lots of historic buildings. Not to mention the beautiful valleys, mountains and rivers and plenty of things to do when camping in France with children.