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Did you know there are Eurocamp Sites NOT in France?
I was recently chatting to someone who asked me whether I knew there were Eurocamp sites in places like Italy nowadays. I said I did know that and was actually a little surprised to find out that it wasn’t something everyone knew. However when I went to look at the website again I was really surprised to find out that there was Eurocamp sites in 10 countries and this includes places like Luxembourg and Corsica too!
So here are 10 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families NOT in France!
Guincho Campsite (Cascais)
Guincho campsite lies within a pine forest behind the Guincho dunes, and is the ideal location to combine a beach and city break. The facilities at this ‘Orbitur’ parc include a pool complex with a pool especially for kids, a play area, games room, plus a restaurant and takeaway. Just a short walk away you’ll discover a wide, sandy beach – perfect for surfing in July and August when the waves are high. You can read a review on what to do if you’re staying at Guincho campsite from Who’s the Mummy Read More…
Duinrell Campsite (Wassenaar, Holland)
Duinrell has 1 km of covered waterslides! It’s a theme park offering white knuckle thrills for older kids as well as gentler pursuits for little ones. Best of all, rides in the amusement park are free to Eurocamp customers. There’s also a fantastic beach nearby and Amsterdam is just 40 minutes drive away! Kiddieholidays had a great holiday there. Read More… and so did Baby Holiday Read More…
Beekse Bergen Campsite (Hilvarenbeek, Holland)
Beekse Bergen Campsite is a holiday at a theme park and also close to a great beach. If you stay for 3 nights or more, you get free access to the safari park on site and the Dierenrijk kids’ zoo. There is also go-karting, water bikes and bouncy castles at the Speelland theme park. The parc’s lakes, canals, and nature trails are also perfect for relaxing or you can take a dip in the lakeside beach like What Katy Said. You can Read More… from Katy in her full review.
Playa Montroig Camping Resort (Miami Platja, Costa Dorada)
Beekse Bergen Campsite is nestled in subtropical gardens alongside Costa Dorada’s sandy beaches. It’s also beautifully landscaped and is brimming with first-class facilities, like its stunning pool complex with four pools, including a lagoon-style heated pool and one with six waterslides. Both Mummy from the Heart and Monkey and Mouse had great trips to Playa Montroig. Jenny says “It’s a particularly good choice for families who are looking for somewhere easy to entertain the kids, but also never too far from local sights.” Take a look at their full reviews:
Mummy from the Heart Read More…
Monkey and Mouse Read More…
Birkelt Campsite (Larochette)
Birkelt Campsite also known as Little Switzerland. A beautiful location which makes Birkelt parc such a great idea for a holiday. There are meadows, woodlands and peaceful rivers all around; on parc you’ll find an impressive pool complex featuring an outdoor paddling pool (open from the end of June) and a domed, all-weather swimming pool with a retractable roof that opens when the sun arrives. The pool complex is only one of a long list of impressive facilities, which includes free Wi-Fi, horse riding, kids’ disco, play area, plus an excellent bar, restaurant and take-away. Little Switzerland is a big surprise. The Mini’s & Me were immediately drawn to it because it looked reasonably small and peaceful from the descriptions (426 pitches), yet it had enough entertainment and nearby attractions to keep them occupied for the Sunday-Friday break. You can read their full review Read More…
Ca’Savio Campsite (Cavallino-Treporti, Adriatic)
Ca’Savio Campsite is a ferry trip away from Venice , this large, child-friendly holiday parc has two pool complexes – room enough for everyone to have a leisurely swim or a splash about. There are lots of activities during high summer, and direct access to a beautiful, long sandy beach. The bars and restaurants of town are only a short stroll away, and if you want to explore further, simply hop on a bus or hire bikes. You can even take a boat trip to Venice!
There we go has a review of Ca’Savio here where you can also Read More… about Bella Italia too!
Marina di Venezia Campsite (Punta Sabbioni, Adriatic)
Marina di Venezia Campsite is another parc just a short ride from Venice. This high quality parc has a superb pool complex with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, large kids’ pool and waterslides. The main piazza offers a supermarket, diving school, restaurants and even a hairdresser. From the beginning of June, the ‘animatore’ organises activities and evening entertainment for all the family. Venture to the back of the campsite to reach a wonderful, white sandy beach or explore the stunning woodland on two wheels. This is a great place to be as laid back or as energetic as you want to be.
Read More… from a Strong Coffee to Go
Camping Village Fabulous (Rome, Central Italy)
This Italian gem Camping Village Fabulous is 8km from the beautiful Ostia coast and surrounded by 70 acres of pine forest. There is also public transport on the doorstep to take you straight into Rome. Our Mini Travellers who visited Camping Fabulous in Rome loved it as a base for exploring Rome and said with a family I don’t think you could choose better, I could not imagine having to go back to a hotel room after a long day out and trying to occupy the young ones. What Eurocamp offer you is the perfect mix of proximity to Rome and comfort for all. Read the full review here.
El Bahira Campsite (San Vito lo Capo)
El Bahira in Sicily has its own private beach and fantastic pools. This rustic parc is known for its rock climbing and supervised deep sea diving, and for the Ferragosto festival in mid August, where you can enjoy a lively few nights of open-air discos on the beach. This authentically Sicilian parc also has its own private, rocky beach, which can be reached via a pathway. Or for a more child-friendly option, take a short drive to the beautiful sandy beach at San Vito lo Capo. On parc, there’s a bar, pizzeria, kids’ play area, mini-market and large pool complex filled with clear blue water from the Mediterranean. Travel unpacked visited and loved it! Read More…
Camping Village Simuni (Pag)
Camping Village Simuni with 6 beaches – all accessed directly from site, with one that has a playground for kids – plus a water sports centre and diving club offering trips to underwater caves. Back on dry land, you’ll find a restaurant, pizzeria by the beach, coffee bar, cocktail bar, supermarket and daily fish market. Other facilities include tennis courts, beach volleyball and a payable climbing wall, with instructors on hand to help. You can read all about how much Being Ashleigh enjoyed it here: Read More…
Are you now more confused? Or want to try them all?
NB: Featured Image Credit to What Katy Said
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