June 6th 1944 will for ever be etched in history as one of the most important days for Europe, liberty and freedom. Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword were the names given to the beaches of Normandy where a vast number of allied forces from around the globe landed to liberate France in Europe’s fight against Germany and the end of World War 2.
Most people in the UK travel to France for their family camping holiday from one of the many ferry ports located on the south coast of England or indeed the Eurotunnel. Whether you’re travelling via the the Eurotunnel or from Dover, Portsmouth, Plymouth or one of the other ferry ports you may want to think about staying at a hotel overnight before travelling.
French holidays are what we specialise in at Go Camp France! We love French holidays but are most passionate about family camping holidays in France. France is a huge country which appeals to lots of people for many different reasons. Whether it’s the French food, culture, history, architecture or their love of all things camping, there are few better places to take a family holiday.
If you’ve got very young children you know how difficult it can sometimes be to just go to the supermarket let alone go on holiday. Everything but the kitchen sink in your bag or car and you always forget something which is why we’ve come up with our Top 10 essentials list for camping in France with a baby!
If you’ve got children aged between 1 and 5 and you’re planning on going to France next year why not help them learn to swim with Eurocamp! As parents the one thing we want our children to do is to learn to swim so they can have fun in the water both at home and on holiday whilst also being safe.
One question that comes up time and time again is “What are the best campsites near to the ferry ports?” and so this week we aim to show you our top 10 favourite campsites that are within two hours of the ferry ports! Whilst many new and seasoned travellers are happy to venture further south into France, there are various groups who would prefer to stay a lot closer to the north coast.