Camping in France is as popular now as ever -  with the nation's spectacular mix of rolling countryside, gorgeous coastal regions, and exceptional quality food and drink remaining a major draw for millions each year. France is a country full of vivid contrasts with every region packed full of character - whether you wish to visit Paris for the Eiffel Tower and Disneyland Paris, mingle with the locals on the French Riviera or just relax in the sun on the endless golden beaches of Vendée.

Our luxury mobile homes are on some of the best campsites in France, taking in the best regions of France - Brittany, Normandy, Vendée, Champagne, Loire, Charente Maritime, Aquitaine, Languedoc, Roussillon, and the Cote d'Azur. Our French holiday parks are set in stunning beach, lakeside and mountain settings and provide fantastic facilities, tasty restaurants, and a wonderfully relaxed holiday atmosphere.

This isn't just camping in France, this is outdoor living at spacious, fantastic fun holiday parks spread across some of the most enticing tourist hotspots in France.

Your Regional Specialist Janice

"France is the world’s leading tourist destination and it’s no surprise why. With loads of sunshine, vineyards, sandy beaches, fabulous food, and even better wine - whatever you want from your holiday you can find it in France! We have a huge selection of parks in the country, too, so you're spoilt for choice with where you can go and what you can do."



Aquitaine is regal - from the châteaux vineyards of Bordeaux to the seaside playground of the Emperors of Biarritz. Be royally entertained whether you go surfing, exploring wooded valleys, or soaking up the sun.

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There's a definite emphasis on water from the marshes of the Marais Poitevin to the island of Marennes to the seaside resort of Royan. It's a gloriously sunny area of France, but don't forget to try the oysters!

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Expect to be blown away by Corsica, with its beautiful landscape of mountains, forests, and countless miles of sandy beaches. Its welcoming people add a special flavour to all encounters. You won't want to leave!

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The glitz and glamour of the ‘French Riviera’ on the magnificent Côte d’Azur. Admire yachts of a size you could never imagine and stroll ancient towns where Kings ruled. A France you’ll never forget.

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Wonderful landscapes make the Dordogne a relaxing and tranquil spot to get away from it all. With picturesque villages, glorious countryside, an abundance of wildlife it’s perfect for walking, cycling, and canoeing.

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The rolling, wooded, limestone mountains of the Jura form a natural border with Switzerland. A fascinating region that retains its rustic charm, with lush countryside at practically every turn you take.

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Mediterranean beaches, lush green landscapes, history, and culture! Plus, all the vibrancy of modern life and exciting entertainment to be enjoyed in the warm sunshine the south of France is so famous for.

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Loire is an enchanted land of fairytale castles and spellbinding scenery offering a gourmet feast of fine wines and foods. At the top of any A-list of château chic are Cheverny, Chambord and Chenonceau.

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Normandy is remembered for the epic D-Day landings…but its rich history dates back to William The Conquerer. Today, it wins the hearts of holidaymakers with a wealth of attractions making it ideal for touring by car or bicycle.

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With 1000s of miles of coastline, this is one of the most popular destinations for seaside holidays. Sandy coves, rolling dunes, broad golden beaches, granite cliffs with inlets - there's so much to explore.

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The capital of France, Paris is an unforgettable old favourite. From romantic strolls along the Seine to fun-packed days at famous theme parks, Paris is everything to everyone.

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Roussillion is, for many, the perfect French holiday destination. With long sunny days, sun-baked vineyards, and incredible food, it's a peaceful and charming region to visit at any time of the year.

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One of the sunniest climates in France, and a coastline that’s virtually one endless beach. Inland, there are scented pine forests and charming countryside scattered with picturesque villages and renaissance towns.

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