What to take camping? If you’re not sure what to take camping then we’ll aim to answer the question for you. You’ve managed to pick your campsite in France, booked your week or two in the sun and are starting to think about what to pack.
Take your caravan or motorhome to France with DFDS Seaways and save money when you travel from Dover to Calais or Dunkirk. The great news is that you can SAVE MONEY from now until the end of the year, when you book by October 9 2018.
You may or may not know that in May 2017 the EU Cross-Border Enforcement Directive came into force. The directive states that if you’re driving a motor vehicle in any country that is part of the directive and commit any one of 8 specific road traffic offences, the respective country can request the owners details from the DVLA and prosecute you for the offence.
The rules and regulations for Driving in France have changed for many since the 1st April 2017 since the introduction of Crit’Air Stickers (Clean Air). Since the 1st April 2017 all vehicles travelling through certain cities within France must have a Clean Air Sticker on their windscreen to avoid fines.
We’ve put together a list of our Top 5 Theme Parks in France so whether your looking for a fun filled day of thrills or you wish to meet your favourite Disney characters then this is the list you need to read. Theme parks in France come in all shapes and sizes and we know that the main thing kids want from a family holiday is to have fun.
Camping in France needn’t be expensive and if you’re on a budget we’ve put together some tips to help you find the perfect family holiday. Booking a budget camping holiday doesn’t mean that you have to compromise on the quality of accommodation or facilities at your chosen campsite, it just means you have to be a little clever with when, where and with whom you book your holiday.