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Glamping and Camping in France

Glamping and camping in France

If you’re looking for a camping holiday with a touch of luxury and glamour but without giving up a taste of the countryside, you’ll find no end of camping and glamping opportunities in la belle France to suit everyone.

Fantastic family getaways – camping and glamping in France

Beach side, countryside even cities offer opportunities for camping and glamping in France. From the north to the south and everywhere in between you’ll find campsites and glamping opportunities galore.

Camping in the sunniest region of France alongside the turquoise clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea, in a picturesque village or the fragrant countryside, is specia. In Nice, stroll the Promenade des Anglais, wander the old town and pause at the Cours Saleya market, one of the most famous in France. Take a dip in the sea at glamorous Cannes or swanky St Tropez where yachts gleam in the picture postcard port. Discover authentic little Menton, famous for its orange and lemon trees. A leisurely cycle ride across the Esterel Massif will reveal the beauty of the countryside, peppered with charming villages and towns like Grasse, the perfume capital of France. Get in a round of golf, there are 20 18-hole courses. Indulge in southern cuisine, sun-kissed fruit and veg, olive oil and tangy tapenade. With campsites right across the Cote d’Azur

In Normandy you’ll find miles of unspoiled coastline, historic cities and bucolic countryside. Beach lovers will adore the beautiful sandy beaches and charming seaside towns. Omaha Beach and Arromanches-les-Bains are major stops on D-Day Itineraries. Visit glamorous Deauville, known as the Parisian Riviera with its long sandy beach, quaint boutiques and neo-Norman architecture. Honfleur is the perfect place to while away a few hours at a charming café round the pretty harbour. Enjoy any number of water sports from kayaking to kite surfing plus cycling and horse riding. Discover historic Caen with its Ducal Castle and famous Abbeys founded by William the Conqueror and his wife, and Bayeux, home to the world’s most famous tapestry. No trip to Normandy should miss a visit to Mont Saint-Michel, one of France’s top attractions. And then there’s the cider, cheeses and fresh seafood. This camping paradise awaits, just choose your perfect pitch, treehouse, or mobile home…

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