Camping and mobile home holidays in Europe

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Camping countries we feature are: 

France flagThe majority of campsites we feature are in France as that is where the  most travellers
aim for. France has many different micro climates and regions to explore.

Italian flagQuite a lot of people take vacations in Italy with lots of campsites around Lake Garda, the Adriatic and Tuscany.

Spanish flagWe see lots of visitors flying off to the Costas of mainland Spain for camping and mobile home holidays these days.

Netherlands flagIf you are into cycling holidays then the flat lands of Holland may interest you, especially if they have cycle tours already mapped out for you.

Austrian flagBut if you want mountains and Alpine scenery then we suggest a trip to Austria  & if you feel like driving that far but it is well worth the effort.

Croatian flagOne of our locations you would have to fly to is Croatia, a beautiful island in the Adriatic Sea which offers all manner of water based activities.

Portuguese flagPortugal will always be a popular destination for Brits if only because of the proliferation of golf courses.

German FlagNearer the UK is Germany which is within easy driving distance, and there is some wonderful scenery there too.

UK flag A new section for us concerns various types of quality camping in UK

Equipment image Branching out now into quality camping equipment

Our latest section is for Naturists anywhere. Naturist camping/mobile home holidays are Naturist Campingbecoming more and more popular every year. Pray for warm weather!

 When you've looked through our pages why not take a peek at our sister site for luxury camping holidays?

We offer camping and mobile home holiday information for all those European places you love, all those countries which have everything you want in a holiday: mountains, rivers, lakes, beaches by the hundred, water sports of all kinds, walks, climbing  & lots & lots of surfing. What makes us different is that our writer, Art, has actually been to many of the places he writes about.

Wherever you travel with our partner companies you can be assured that all the accommodation is first class, the tent and mobile home pitches are neat, well tended and include car parking, loungers as well as outside tables and chairs.

We only represent UK based camping holiday companies who operate in Europe because they supply just what Brit holidaymakers want: 220/240 volt electrics so you can take your personal hairdryer etc without the need for any adaptors, proper tea & coffee cups rather than the tiny ones supplied by non UK based holiday companies and full inventories of everything you will need, including proper beds, for a wonderful holiday.

A typical Languedoc beach               What we and our partner companies offer is a home from home experience.

Photo from Arras France tourist guideIf it’s tent camping you want then most if not all the major camping companies hire fully equipped tents – and fully equipped means proper beds, cooker, fridge, utensils. You need to contact the relevant company to see whether they supply bedding. Pristine clean shower and toilet blocks are always near to the tent areas.

For a somewhat more restful holiday – more expensive than tent camping – you will be more comfortable in one of the many different types of mobile home with proper beds, shower, toilet and fully fitted kitchen.

And don't forget the beaches! Beaches are the reason that so many of us visit European countries so finding a good one is of the utmost importance.

I love this beach!There are some super beaches around Corsica, more of the same on the coast of Italy and Spain, but the nearest are just across the Channel in France. You will find some great beaches in Normandy and if you wander down the West coast you will get more of the same in the Vendée, and the southern Vendée is perhaps where any decent surfing starts.

Go further down the West coast and the further south you go the better is the surfing until you reach Aquitaine where you can get 5 metre rollers on a regular basis and if you can't surf yet then there are more surf schools around there than you can poke a stick at.

Go around the corner to Languedoc-Roussillon and the French Riviera and all you will find is miles and miles of soft, golden sand.


Last update: 02.06.2018