Camping in France in your own tent is popular with holiday makers from all over Europe. The most popular nations to go camping in France include the French, Germans, Dutch and of course those from the UK and Ireland.
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.
Whether you’re planning to travel to the north, south or central France, there’s one thing you may wish to consider and that’s booking a stopover hotel. We have travelled to many different parts of France at various times of the year and each and every time we’ve travelled we’ve always thought about booking a stopover at a hotel en-route.
Camping in France has always been a popular choice for a holiday or break but just how popular is it? Well when you look at the European market and the world market, France is clearly leading the European camping market and is second in the world with the USA coming in 1st place. Read more to find out how popular a pastime camping is in France.
The Saint Avit Loisirs charge card is a very clever idea which we haven’t come across before on our travels camping in France. Saint Avit Loisirs is a brilliant campsite which we visited this summer and can be found near to Le Bugue in the Dordogne region of France. When we arrived at the campsite we booked into reception and were informed about the Saint Avit Loisirs Charge Card.
Saint Avit Loisirs in the Dordogne was the first major campsite we decided to visit on our summer holiday in 2016. The Dordogne is certainly one of our favourite regions of France and this is down to it’s wonderful rivers, scenery, history and of course the weather. We chose Saint Avit Loisirs for one reason and that is due to it’s wonderful swimming pool complex.