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.
Why Eurocamp France? Eurocamp are one of the largest suppliers of family holidays to France. Find out why you should be booking with them.
Campsites near Calais are one thing we always get asked about. Whether it’s “Which are the best campsites near Calais?”, “What campsites are best for stop overs near to Calais?” or “We’re looking for a campsite near to the ferry?” the subject comes up time and time again and so we thought we’d give you a little food for thought.
Our Top 10 popular tourist attractions in Paris list has been put together as Paris is without a doubt one of the most popular capital cities in the world and although exploring such a large city for the first time can seem quite daunting, there are a few special tourist attractions that you should focus on seeing when you arrive.
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.