So you are a keen camper, and you’ve already managed to work your way through all our recommended Best of British Campsites with your beloved Opus Camper trailer tent and you ask yourself, ‘where next’? It’s time to head over to France, and here we have listed some fantastic French campsites to enjoy and explore.
If you find yourself not being able to cope in the beautiful British spring weather but can’t wait to get away this spring, these campsites have been especially chosen for you to explore all areas of France; from beautiful beach locations, to rural fields in the southern regions and even campsites close to Disneyland, there will be something to please every member of your family.
L’Anse du Brick – Normandy – North France
L’Anse du Brick is our recommended beach get away with this site having its own direct access to the beach! Located in Normandy, north France, there is plenty to discover including the peaceful town centre, the rocks of la Hague and even the Val de Saire harbours. This campsite is positioned so you can enjoy panoramic views of the stunning French coast whilst enjoying some of the amazing features the campsite has to offer, such as its onsite restaurants and its own water park.
International Maisons-Laffitte – Paris
For those campers that are wanting to experience the city of romance, or take the kids to the magical Disneyland, International Maisons-Laffitte is where you need to be. As part of the eurocamp site chain, this park is located 20 minutes from the centre of Paris and 40 minutes from Disneyland; not to mention the onsite activities that include water sports, cycle hire and fishing. This site even has its own takeaway to enjoy in your folding camper.
Gascogne Hilltop Farm – Southern France
This site, Gascogne Hilltop Farm, is located on what was once a traditional hilltop farm in the heart of the countryside with fantastic views of the surrounding Pyrenees, making this site perfect for those campers looking for a secluded get away at a quiet family run site. Perfect for a walking holiday, this site is located close enough to enjoy a day up the peaks, or if you are just looking to relax, there is always the onsite bar and swimming pool and local markets to explore, full of amazing local produce including Armagnac (arguably the oldest brandy in the world).
France is full of fabulous campsites, with every region offering something unique; from beaches to skiing, busy cities to peaceful countryside, there are plenty of places to discover with your Opus camper. Before you set off just remember to check the sites permit caravans and provide an electricity point to make the most of these amazing trailer tents.
Bon Voyage and happy camping!