8 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families in Northern & Central France
Here are 8 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families in Northern & Central France
When faced with the Eurocamp website though and over 190 parcs in 10 European countries, including family favourites France, Spain and Italy. Where do you choose? Which Eurocamp Sites are best for families? Which Eurocamp Sites are best for Families in Northern & Central France?
I have linked into the post reviews written by Mini Travellers and other bloggers, many of whom have worked in collaboration with Eurocamp but whose views are always their own.
I have also written a post about 25 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families! Head over there if you fancy looking at options in Spain, Portugal, Italy and Corsica too.
You can also take a look at this fabulous post on Things to do in France with Kids from Zena’s Suitcase.
Domaine de Drancourt is in the grounds of a French château, which is just a short hop over the Channel. Bringing up Charlie says, ‘It’s handy, being not far from the Channel ports and well situated for all sorts of activities including the World War One battlefields I was keen to visit.’ Read More…
La Bien Assise Campsite(Picardy)
La Bien Assise Campsite . Whether you’re on a short stopover from Calais or planning a longer stay, there’s plenty to explore at La Bien-Assise, a peaceful parc that’s set in the the grounds of a French château. The parc even organises walks into the surrounding woods. Overall, Mama Scribbles thought this park was wonderful and that their whole Eurocamp experience was fantastic. They would absolutely return again for another holiday and would definitely look at going to other parks too Read More… from Mama Scribbles
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La Vallée Eurocamp (Normandy)
La Vallée Eurocamp is a glorious rural setting close to magnificent sandy beaches and scattered with flowers and fruit trees. With non-stop activities, La Valllée has everything you could think of. Ian and Emma writers from Mini Travellers says, ‘The kids clubs were a roaring success and we were surprised by how much there was on offer to children of all ages. Our two year old was able to go to Mini Fun Station Plus (up to 5 years old) sessions accompanied by an adult and she enjoyed playing musical instruments, singing, painting and playing games.’
Chateau de Lez Eaux (Normandy)
Domaine Des Ormes (Brittany)
St-Gilles Campsite (Brittany)
St-Gilles Campsiteis a family-run, eco-friendly parc, a Eurocamp favourite for over 40 years. You’ll find a small beach just outside the entrance, while the bustling resort of Bénodet is a short, coastal walk away. On parc there’s also a health spa and beauty centre, a large pool complex, a Jacuzzi and regular evening entertainment.
La Croix du Vieux Pont Campsite (Paris)
La Croix du Vieux Pont Campsite will help you discover the hidden charms of Aisne Valley and is just over an hour away from Disneyland Paris! Two Monkeys Travel Group says, ‘The amount of equipment provided at the Mini Paradise Parc was impressive. It enabled us to pack much lighter and saved time and effort at both ends of the journey. We chose to have a high chair, booster seat, travel cot, bed guard, baby bath, potty and changing mat which were all in good condition and free to book! ‘ You can read the full review here! Read More…
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Camping Le Capeyrou (Dordogne)
Camping Le Capeyrou small, intimate parc is set on the banks of the Dordogne River, beneath a majestic cliff-top castle made of limestone (don’t miss the guided tour!). On parc, there are only 100 tent pitches, because of its designation by the French government as a protégée (protected) area. Nicola from Globalmouse visited with her family and called it an absolute gem of a holiday park. You can read the full review Read More…
La Garangeoire Campsite (St Julien-des-Landes, Vendee)
La Garangeoire is set in a beautiful area of woods, meadows and lakes, just a 15-minute drive from the superb http://La Garangeoire Campsitebeaches that the Vendée has to offer. There are a range of pitches to stay on, offering space, shade and places close to the action. Dive into the large pool complex to find a covered pool, kids’ pool, waterslides and brand new lagoon pool plus sandy beach! Nell from Pigeon Pair & Me writes that people return to this site year on year and that La Garangeoire is inescapably French. The traditional stone buildings of the reception, bar and swimming pool hub are flanked by the woodland and lakes typical of the Vendée,
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