Camping and Touring in France

From the romantic lantern-lit streets of Paris, to the fragrant sea of lavender fields in Provence, it is not hard to see why France attracts so many. Beautifully unique, the landscape is captivating, from the colossal snow covered peaks of the Alps, to the fairytale château lined banks of the River Loire. Where hidden coves, dramatic clifftops and the wild rugged Emerald Coast of Brittany, is a stark contrast to the exotic palm trees, wave lapping shores and toe sinking sands of the Côte d'Azur. With much to discover, a camping holiday to France is a fascinating cultural experience. Explore breathtaking views from the ramparts, and a warren of pretty cobbled streets at the medieval monastery of Mont St Michel in Normandy. Or marvel at a masterpiece of Roman engineering, at the limestone Pont du Gard aqueduct in Languedoc Roussillon. With a flavour of its own, gastonomy is symbolic with France, and is varied in its offering. Sample mussels, langoustines and oysters in the Vendée, Foie Gras, Truffles and Duck in the Dordogne or Boeuf Bourguignon, Escargots and Coq au Vin in Burgundy.

Northern France


Rugged headlands, amazing rock formations and stunning coastal views.

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Lush green farmland, wooded valleys of apple trees and cobbled market towns.

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Historic battlefields, poignant poppy filled fields and impressive Gothic cathedrals.

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Grand opulent style, chic Parisian charm and Michelin starred eateries.

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Central France


Bustling seaside resorts, gently shelving beaches and an enviable microclimate.

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Fertile fields, tapestries of vineyards and ancient forests.

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Meandering rivers, charming mellow stone villages and prehistoric caves.

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Jura & Vosges

Deep gorges, tumbling waterfalls, and sheer rock faces.

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Prestigious wines, sleepy villages and a patchwork of pastures.

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Snow capped peaks, glacial lakes and forested mountain slopes.

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Southern France

Gascony & Gironde

Wild Atlantic rollers, Armagnac distilleries and sunflower fields.

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Rural hilltop villages, ancient caves and sacred pilgrimage sites.

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Languedoc & Roussillon

Pink flamingos, horizons of vineyards and ancient Cathar castles.

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Ardèche & Auvergne

Extinct volcanoes, fast flowing rivers and stupendous gorges'.

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Riviera & Provence

A glittering coastline, azure waters and palm-fringed beaches.

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