Dog friendly campsites in France are extremely easy to find. Find out about Pet Passports before and after Brexit and how to take your dog on holiday.
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.
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.
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.
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!