Autoroutes are the French version of motorways and are generally the easiest and quickest way to drive in France. The majority of Autoroutes are run by private companies for the government and they therefore charge fees or tolls for you to travel along them. Although it’s possible to drive in France without using the Autoroutes, we wouldn’t recommend it for those on long journeys.
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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.
If you have children aged 3-6 years old why not help them to learn to ride with Eurocamp. Learning to ride a bike is part and parcel of growing up and what better way to learn then when you’re on holiday. Holidays are great for creating wonderful memories but watching and helping your children learn to ride is a very special moment for most parents, so why not combine them.
Mont Saint Michel is an awe inspiring sight and it’s hardly surprising that it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. Located in the Manche department of Normandy near to the Brittany border, Mont Saint Michel can be seen from many miles away. We recently visited Mont Saint Michel whilst staying at Domaine des Ormes and the view as you approach is spectacular.
Les Ormes, formally known as Domaine des Ormes or Chateau des Ormes is a campsite located in Dol de Bretagne, Brittany that we recently visited during the Easter break. We booked Les Ormes as it opens at the beginning of April and offers, not only a wide range of on site activities but also because of its location and the wide range of places to visit nearby.