Camping Sites in France in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... Theres a kids park with a huge ship that the can climb on. The ship is very high up as it used to be a real working ship! As a childrens courier I wasnt keen with the way that the kids can hang off the bits that used to have the sails, but some parents were happy to let their kids do this, despite it being pure concrete underneath the sand. This is a feature of french childrens parks, lets put concrete under a small layer of sand. I have seen some horrible things so just make sure you are aware of this when your kids play here. Theres a tennis court which can be rented by the hour for a small fee. Theres a good basketball court which is ... more
Customer Camping Sites in France in general Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/08/08, updated on 20/08/08 (Very useful, 759 readings)
Miss Sixty has written a good review of this campsite as well. My perspective is from working there whereas she was there as a customer. To get there you can either flydrive, or take the ferry and drive from there. I got the ferry as a foot passenger and got several trains to Quimper where I was picked up by my area manager. It was about a half hour drive to the site from there. It is is South Brittany near Quimper. Its literally in the middle of nowhere and you definately need a car, as I only had a bike that was broken provided curtesy of Eurocamp, I had strong legs at the end of my season. It is surrounded on one side by countryside, remote large manor ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/06 (Very useful, 3435 readings)
Just over 2 years ago when we moved to Spain, we sold up in the UK, bought a large campervan and set off for our new life. Thankfully we bought a very large camper because there was a lot of our lives came with us. We were a party of two adults and two children (10 and 14, both boys). We took 12 weeks to make the journey, taking our time and having a ball. It was the best family time we could ever have had and something we will all remember for the rest of our lives. We had never actually lived in a campervan or a caravan before, let alone travel in one, so it took a little bit of adjusting and organising before we got it right. I won’t pretend it was all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/03, updated on 07/11/03 (Very useful, 2558 readings)
About 6 years ago, and after a long break from camping, we decided to try it out with the kids who absolutely loved it! A great adventure, sleeping outdoors in a tent! After a few trips in the UK we decided to try Europe and booked a trip to France, Normandy and Brittany and this was such a great holiday that we went mad, bought a huge trailer tent and went back to Normandy the following year. Booking As we had the year before, we used the Carefree Camping Service from the Camping and Caravanning Club to book our stay, as they offer good discounts on both ferry travel and pitch prices and it takes the hassle out of contacting the sites yourself if you're ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/03, updated on 27/02/03 (Very useful, 1825 readings)
This was our first experience of an overseas family holiday (the children then were 4, 2 and 10 weeks), and has made Francophiles of us all! We went at Whitsun (end of May/beginning of June 2001), so we were still technically in the low season and the site had only been open for a week or two. I will admit now, that we cheated and stayed in an excellent mobile home, although some friends of ours stayed in a tent on the same site. The drive from Calais is about 7-8 hours, plus time for stops etc. On the whole, the drive was fine, except around Paris (without the detailed instructions it would have been very easy to get lost on the various ringroads circling ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/01, updated on 15/10/01 (Very useful, 1753 readings)
This site was visited for seven nights at the beginning of September 2001, and we enjoyed excellent weather which I hope does not colour this review too strongly! The Gers is a county which is not widely visited by the British in general, although there were certainly plenty of GB cars on the site during our stay! This was the only site during a month's holiday where the Brits outnumbered the Dutch! Yet the site is Dutch-owned, and there is a very European feel to the place. Mingling is encouraged through social events both during the day and in the evening. Daytime activities (if you want to join in with them - we are apparently anti-social and ... Read the complete review
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