The Women’s World Cup 2019 is fast approaching with the tournament set to take place in France from the 7th June – 7th July 2019. Next year will mean France is only the forth country to have the honour of hosting both the mens and women World Cup.
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.
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.
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.