More places than you could ever go to, but you can try a region or city .
Hardly any other country offers such a variety of landscapes, so infinitely numerous art and cultural treasures, so varied and exquisite culinary delights as the land of chansons. Whatever you're looking for, La France has it!
Napoleon's country is particularly popular with nature lovers and camping enthusiasts. Whether you are travelling by tent, camper or caravan, or whether you rent an overnight stay at one of the campsites on site, a very dense network of campsites makes the search enormously easier. Almost every village has its own campsite.
The type of sites is very diverse: small, family run by the olive grower or the winegrower, inexpensive but quite comfortable camping municipal or the numerous larger, exquisite camping sites, often belonging to a chain, all offer enough space both for tents and for motorhomes. The latter can even claim an ever-growing number of their own motorhome parking spaces. Electricity is often provided for supply and disposal. Not to forget the typical baguette that can be found on almost every campsite.
But where can you find these places to stay overnight and feel good? Quite simply: of course, everywhere there is something going on, in cities like Paris, La Rochelle, Vichy and what they are all called. There are also plenty of campsites along the famous Jakobs and Stevenson Trails and in places that have been shaped by personalities such as St-Rémy-en-Provence or Arles, where you can follow in the footsteps of Van Gogh. Of course, the islands - such as Île d'Oléron, Île de Noirmoutier and all of them - also offer such accommodation. But camping is also possible where you don't expect it: in the middle of the idyllic countryside, surrounded by grazing animals, covered by the starry sky and amid nature, you can legally pitch your tents or place your motorhome and simply enjoy it. This is true freedom!
Holidays for all the senses, a break from the stressful everyday life. Nowhere is this better than in the land of fashion designers, chansons, oysters and art. Dreaming at sunset, sitting in front of a tent or motorhome, enjoying a good red French wine and - perhaps - moving on the next day. Sounds cheesy and unrealistic but is true and feasible!