Campsites in France
• Peace, space and nature
• Day trips from the campsites in France
Peace, space and nature
France is such a diverse country that there is something for everyone. The landscapes of wooded areas vary from region to impressive mountains and from relaxed lakes to a lovely sandy beach. It is a must to drive through the smaller roads. So you can enjoy the wonderful nature on your way to the campsites in France. In France, the whole family can experience a fantastic camping holiday!
France has several National and Regional parks, and these protected natural areas harbour a historical and natural heritage. But that is not everything. There are also impressive mountains, rivers, lakes and forests around the campsites in France. Did you know that here the lynx, wolf, marmot and bear are still walking around in the wild?
Nature lends itself perfectly for a beautiful hiking or cycling tour. Ask at the campsite reception for a map on which these routes are mapped out.
Day trips during a camping holiday in France
Wherever you stay at a campsite in France, there is always something to do. There are amusement parks, playgrounds and water parks for young and old. The most famous theme park is, of course, Disneyland Paris. Did you know that you can perfectly combine a visit to this amusement park with a stay at the campsite?
But France has more to offer. What about a trip to the zoo, one of the many museums or an aquarium? The shop-a-holics can go all out in one of the many cities where you can shop to your heart's content.
Culture in France
When you camp at a French campsite, chances are that it is located near a castle. These are remnants of the many wars fought in France. Visit picturesque villages and famous cities such as Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Marseille and Nice from the campsite. And do not forget to visit Paris if you camp in the area. Paris is the city of love, with many cultural attractions.
Vive la France! July 14, 1789, was the beginning of the French revolution and that is celebrated by the French on 'Quatorze Julliet'. It's a party all day long. Flea markets, performances, singing competitions and animation are the decor of France during the day. In every town or village, the feet go off the floor in the evening, with traditional French (accordion) music. If you travel through the country tonight, you will see great fireworks everywhere, which will traditionally close July 14th. A beautiful panorama!
French cuisine is known for culinary delights and Burgundian food. It is even the most famous kitchen in the world! Think of the quiche lorraine, the baguette and the fish soup bouillabaisse. Crêpes are also a real treat. But have you ever tasted a real Breton galette? This is a pancake made from buckwheat flour with tasty ingredients in the middle. If you order a galette sucrée, you will be offered one with sweets and fresh fruit. Would you prefer something savory? Take the galette salée, for example with meat and vegetables, but also those with 'fruits de mer' is not to be sneezed. Bon appétit!
A valid passport or European identity card is mandatory. Drivers of motor vehicles must have a valid driving license, a registration certificate and a green card. If you drive with a trailer or a caravan, you must have the papers with you. France is a member of the EU, and you can pay with the Euro. !
Campsites in France by the sea
A campsite on the French coast is the perfect starting point for an ideal camping holiday. The many camping options that the French coast has to offer means that a perfect combination can be made between beach holidays and culture sniffing. In addition, there is also plenty of choice between luxury glampings or 'back to basic' campsites, so there is something for every target group. Stay with your children for a day at the beach or plan a trip to the nearest village the next day, it is all possible. This makes camping in France a lot more attractive for every camper. Camping Navigator has the best campsites in France by sea in its offer to ensure that every camper can go for the best camping holiday!