Campsites in France – The Best French Camping Sites – From Paris to the Pyrenees – Cool Camping

Campsites in France

The Med, the Alps, Champagne, Bordeaux – just thinking of the places makes you smile and dream of sunny days camping in France and munching on a warm croissant for breakfast. Whether you’re looking for a glamping site in the Dordogne or a traditional campsite in the south of France, we at Cool Camping have been searching high and low to find the very best places to camp in France. The mix on offer is better than ever before too. We’ve found luxury safari tents in the Loire Valley, bell tents high in the Pyrénées, secluded camping pitches on the French coast and teeny tiny camping sites in the heart of the Limousin. Planning a camping trip to France? You’ve come to the right place.

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Travel Inspiration & Information

France is a real country of contrasts. To the west is the Atlantic-facing coast, in some places dotted with off-shore islands that make for cycle-friendly camping havens, in other spots, open to the barrel waves of the Atlantic and perfect for surfers. In the east, meanwhile, lies the mighty mountains of the Alps, great crinkled giants where mountain-bikers and hikers reign supreme in summer and skiiers slide in winter. Between the two, there is something for everyone. There's open countryside, where Limousin cattle graze, fine French wines are made and miles upon miles of canals create a watery navigational network. There's forested national parks, where powerful rivers carve dramatic gorges through the hills before slipping serenely into swim-friendly pools of blue. And there's space, in abundance, to simply kick back at a campsite and enjoy the peace and quiet. Wherever you go, the climate is fairly reliable, while local events are a must-see. For maximum information, its worth checking out the official Tourism France website and checking travel information with your ferry company, airline or trainline before you leave. But for neat ideas and inspiration, you're already in the right place. Our dedicated team have pulled together their top travel ideas for time spent in France and picked their favourite campsites. All you have to do is pack the car and book your camping break!
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