Camping holidays in France
Rent a bungalow tent, safari tent, mobile home or Grand Lodge tent in France
For years France has been one of the most popular holiday destination in Europe and with good reason! A holiday in France offers countless possibilities for an unforgettable holiday! Whether you long for a beach holiday or an active holiday, the French regions are home to a rich diversity of cultures, customs and traditions. From the vast beaches of the Languedoc-Roussillon and the Vendée to the lakes and forests of the Jura: enjoy a wonderful camping holiday in France!
Vive la France
Enjoy French cuisine and wines to the full in France, these are as varied as the country itself! La France is so diverse that there is actually something for everyone. Rent-a-Tent has selected a large number of child-friendly camping holiday destinations in France. At these campsites you can rent fully equipped bungalow, safari and lodge tents and luxury mobile homes.
On the westcoast of France you can find regions like Picardy, Normandy, Brittany, the Vendée, the Charente Maritime, and the more southern Atlantic coast. Here you can find beautiful sand beaches, huge cliffs, historical monuments, idyllic fisherman towns, and lots of sun. From the Canal to the Gulf of Biscay, France provides a great variety of waterside options.
The south of France is dominated by coastal cities that are known all over the whole world. Think of the cities like Montpellier, Nice, and Cannes. Other cities that you might not know but are definitely worth the visit are Cap d'Agde and Barcarès. In the south you find regions like Côte d'Azur and the Languedoc-Roussillon, regions where the sun always shines. Ardèche and the Provence provide a completely different atmosphere than what you find at the beach cities.
In the eastern part of France you can find the majestic mountains. The mountains are very rough in the south and become less rough once you head north. In this part of France you can find beautiful national parks with plenty of activity options. Don't forget the famous Alpe d'Huez, favourite amongst professional and amateur cyclists. You might know the Alpe d'Huez from the Tour de France. Regions in this part of France are the Drome, Hautes Alpes, Haute-Savoie, the Isère, the Jura, Vosges, and the Franche-Comté.
The regions in central France have each retained their own character and are less affected by tourism. In central France you can find famous wine regions like the Bourgogne and the Dordogne. The Dordogne is also known for its pre-historic caves and century old wall drawings. The vulcanic origin of France can best be seen in the Auvergne.
You see how diverse France is? No other country in the world can offer you a holiday quite like France!