Where To Go Camping In France

 
If you are a big fan of camping and love to spend your holidays camping with friends, family or even by yourself, then France is one place you must visit. France is famous for its picturesque camping locations and guarantees a wonderful camping experience for one and all.

 

A family camping experience in France is a good way to enjoy the great outdoors and at the same time get an opportunity to see France in a whole new light.

You can go to the Domaine de Dienné where you can choose colourful gypsy caravans to go camping in. You can have your share of adventure by signing for a tree-top adventure course or attempting a session on the fun-trambo. The Futuroscope park is also nearby for those who have a futuristic approach.

Vendee, which is just four hours drive from the ferry ports of Saint-Malo is within easy reach of all major attractions like the excellent beaches at Les Sables d’Olonne and Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie, the amazing Puy de Fou theme park etc. Your children are guaranteed to enjoy a camping holiday here.

Picardy is another place that has a peaceful lakeside. There are many huge area resorts here. This is ideal for people who want to roam the area of the resorts independently and also enjoy various other activities like cycling, karting etc.

If your children are into fairy tales, then you must take them to the Le Chateau des Marais in Chambard. This rural campsite offers a water park, tennis court, spa, golf site, tree houses etc.

Then, there is the Dordogne that has been a campers’ favourite for a long time. This place is close to the medieval town of Sarlat and the cliff top of Chateau Beynac.

Cevennes is still a relatively undiscovered area in France. This is known to be the haven for food lovers. You can also go for adventure sports like rock-climbing, canyoning, horse riding etc.

If you want beaches, then you can head to the south coast of Britanny. There is something to do here for each and every one of the family members. Lovely views, beaches to play in, rock pools to explore and a host of other fun activities will keep you occupied.

If you want a taste of the Provencal village life, then you can head to one of the many resorts in Provence. You will find good resorts with close proximity to beaches, Cannes, the Gorge du Verdon etc. You can opt for outdoor living with luxurious safari tents if you want to.

For more information please visit: Camping in Vendee