Selecting your CampsiteFrom Normandy, Brittany and the Loire in the north to the Cote d’Azur and Languedoc in the south, it’s possible to camp in most regions of France. Choose a region that fits your interests, perhaps a hideaway inland, beach holidays or culture and sightseeing. For campsites, checkout the facilities available, the official rating and the number of pitches match your preferences. The local amenities will yield you a wise idea whether a campsites region can meet your interests.3. Selecting your AccommodationFrench camping out holidays offer a wide range of accommodation. Tents, mobile homes and chalet style cottages are available dependant upon your preference and budget.
In case your kids are teenagers, go for the larger accommodation where possible it is well worth while having a little extra space. At most campsites bed linen can be hired, otherwise do not forget to take your very own.4. Getting there by Sea, Air or Rail – The English channel makes getting to France a little more awkward. Most tourists go to their campsite taking either the cross channel ferry or the Euro star throughout the Channel Tunnel. The ferry is slower, but general cheaper and for convenience the Channel Tunnel takes only 35 minutes. Fly drive or Motorail are alternatively options to drive all the way from the United Kingdom.
In peak season book your channel crossing, trains and flights early or you might end up with less affordable traveling arrangements or no traveling arrangements at all.5. Stopping En Route – The Cote d’Azur and Languedoc regions of France might take 12 hours to drive non stop from the United Kingdom. In that case many holidaymakers on French camping out holidays choose to stop En Route. There are hotel chains across France including Novotel, Ibis, Kyriad and Campanile who offer good quality rooms at good prices.