The Best Campsites in Europe – For Campers, By Campers

Best campsites europe

If you’re going on a camping holiday, you’ll find some of the best campsites in Europe listed here, by campers who have actually stayed in them. Whatever your camping style, leave the urban life behind and enjoy the great outdoors in one of these fantastic European campsites.

Whether you are looking for family camping in Europe, holiday parks in Europe, campsites in Europe for motorhomes or just the best camping in Europe, you’ll find something here.  Remember everything you need by using this neat camping checklist to help you pack.

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Camping in Austria

ADDRESS: Natterer See 1, 6161 Natters, Innsbruck

OPEN: 10th January – 30th November

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhome & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 176 pitches / 50 mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Direct lake access, playgrounds, boule, walking & cycle routes, rental bikes €, multi-sports field, pony trekking €, table tennis table, games room, guided walks 

FACILITIES: Fresh bread, snack bar, pizzeria, restaurant, grocery shop, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m, wifi, security

Ferienparadis Natterer See is, for us, one of the best camping sites in Europe. In the most glorious setting amongst the Tyrollean Alps, by the side of a pretty lake and with fantastic facilities, we could easily have spent a month here!

With easy access into Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains, there is much to do here. Innsbruck in summer is a playground for lovers of the great outdoors.  You can walk from the campsite itself or head up on the cable cars surrounding the city for great hiking and downhill mountain biking or try some extreme sports such as parascending and rafting. Cool off in the lake when you get back after all that hard work!  In winter, it’s all about the skiing with shuttles recoded from the site.

The facilities are excellent with the best sanitaries we have seen. Well designed, using them feels like being in a posh gym at home. The restaurant, situated by the lake, is a lovely place to while away the evening with a great selection of dishes and pizzas to take away. There is a small shop, fresh bread in the mornings and all the usual facilities you would expect from a five star site, including excellent and friendly customer service.

Camping in Belgium

ADDRESS: Wate Fosse 2
6987 Hodister, The Ardennes

OPEN: 10th April – 6th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans & motorhome 

SIZE: 27 pitches & 2 chalets

ACTIVITIES: walking and cycle routes, kayaking, games room, boule, access to streams, bird watching, star gazing

FACILITIES: wifi, laundry, fresh bread, bar, motorhome services

Camping Beau Reve is a three hectare campsite surrounded by gorgeous forests on a hill. Two streams pass through the campsite, heading towards the river Ourthe. 

This campsite is off-grid and close to nature. You’ll see birds of prey and deer in the campground along with squirrels, rabbits and foxes. With no light pollution the star gazing is fantastic, making this a really cool camping spot.  

There are pitches in both sun and shade and you’ll find everything here from bell tents to motorhomes. The owners are very hands-on and can provide information about local activities and sightseeing. 

Best campsites in Belgium

Camping in Croatia

ADDRESS: Vukovarska ul. 7, 21310, Omiš, Dalmatia

OPEN: All year

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhome & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 231 pitches / 50 mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Playground, tennis court, rental bikes €, multi-sports field, table tennis, lake swimming, games room, pool, whirlpool €, sauna €, direct beach access

FACILITIES: Fresh bread, snack bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m, wifi, security, rental cars, dog walking area

Kamp Galeb is a really lovely and recommended campsite in Croatia. Located near the famous coastal town of Omis, it is one of the best camping options in the region and places you in a perfect position to explore some of the best islands in Croatia.

The campsite offers 231 touring pitches and around 50 mobile homes. All situated not far from the beautiful sea and the wonderful sandy beach with a view of Omis mountains. No matter if you’re camping in a motorhome, caravan or tent – here, everyone will find their ideal place. All the pitches are located between poplar, birch, linden and tamarisk trees, which offer wonderful cool shade on hot summer days.

Our favorite choice at Kamp Galeb are the mobile homes right by the sea in the first row. Especially in the low season you will enjoy a wonderfully quiet and peaceful atmosphere. A big plus is your own jacuzzi on the terrace, from which you will have a breath-taking view of the sea. These cool mobile homes can accommodate up to eight people – perfect if you take your family there!

Martina and Jürgen’s biggest passion is travelling and photography. They blog about travel and how to get that perfect image at Places of Juma and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook.

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Camping in France

ADDRESS: 1029 route de, 04500 Saint-Laurent-du-Verdon, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur

OPEN: 12th April – 6th October

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhome & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 113 pitches & 30 mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Playground, boules, walking & cycle routes, electric bikes €, tennis court, multi-sports field, crazy golf €, table tennis, games room, heated pool, water sports centre €

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, grocery, takeaway, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water 50m, wifi, security

La Farigoulette campsite is the perfect choice if you’re looking to explore the Verdon Gorge area in France, one of the best European countries for camping holidays. Within a few kilometres of the campsite you have the famous Valensole lavender and sunflower fields which are a sight to behold during the summer months. Also nearby is one of the most beautiful villages in France, Moustiers St Marie, and then, of course, there’s the stunning Lac du Sainte Croix.

The campsite itself is fairly small compared to most French campsites but this is what we liked most about it. It’s situated on the shores of a lake where you have a huge range of water sports available to you. The highlight for us was hiring an electric boat and taking it out for the day with a picnic. We ventured towards the neighbouring Lac du Sainte Croix via a very narrow but breathtakingly beautiful gorge with turquoise waters.

The campsite has pitches for tents, motorhomes and caravans as well as chalets, but we opted for a safari-style tent with kitchen and bathroom. There is one main pool and a smaller one for children. Next to it you’ll find a kids’ playground and outdoor gym. There’s also a football and volleyball area and the obligatory table tennis tables. All of these great facilities make this an ideal site for family camping holidays in Europe.

If you don’t feel like cooking, there’s an onsite pizza restaurant and a small shop for essentials. It has everything you need but remains a lovely, intimate site in the heart of one of the most beautiful regions of France. 

Ed, Jacs, Ernie and George are the Flashpacking Family.  They’ve visited 85 countries between them, and plan to visit a whole lot more amazing places together before the kids fly the nest!  You can also find them on Instagram and Facebook.

ADDRESS: 121 Chemin des Etangs
F-83370 Fréjus-St Aygulf, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur

OPEN: 13th June – 18th October

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhome & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 493 pitches / 183 mobile homes & chalets

ACTIVITIES: Playground, walking & cycle routes, boule, table tennis, tennis courts €, direct river access with free shuttle boat to beach, SUP €, Kayak €, outdoor heated pool, jacuzzi, spa, kids clubs

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, mini-supermarket, takeaway, pizzeria, restaurants, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & water 15m from pitch, wifi, security 

Ecolodge L’Etoile D’Agens is a large site with great facilities on the Cote D’Azur, 4km from the busy port town of Frejus. On the River Argens, a kilometre or so from the sea, this site has a relaxed and luxurious feel.  

Beautifully planted with stunning stilted glamping chalets overlooking the river, you’ll feel tucked away here from the hustle and noise of the coast but within easy reach of all the main attractions if you have a car. 

With top-notch sporting facilities, a heated pool complex and river access, you could spend a week here and never get to the beach!  There’s also a golf course nearby and a nightclub on site. We think it’s one of the best family campsites in France, especially if you have teenagers deigning to holiday with you!

ADDRESS: Quartier Saint Pierre, 83630 Aiguines, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur

OPEN: 25th April – 20th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhome & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 65 pitches & 31 pods & mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Playground, walking & cycle routes, boule, table tennis, bowling alley, jacuzzi

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, takeaway, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & water 50m from pitch, wifi, security 

I won’t exaggerate if I say that Camping de l’Aigle is a campsite with a stunning view, making it one of the best places to camp in Europe. Perched on a hill above the little village of Aiguines, the campsite offers a breathtaking view over the turquoise waters of the Lake of Sainte-Croix. The camping is located on the D71, which makes it the perfect base to discover the Gorges du Verdon area in Southern France.

It’s only a couple of minutes walk from the campsite to the village. There’s a lovely bakery and a few restaurants in the village, as well as a grocery shop and a shop for local products. So you basically don’t need to use your car to go out in the evening or even to do some basic grocery shopping.

From the campsite you can easily reach the lake by car. Les Salles-sur-Verdon is only a fifteen minute drive. The lake offers a few lovely beaches and lots of watersport activities. You can rent a canoe or a paddle boat and enter the Verdon Canyon from the lake. You can also make a round road trip in the canyon, visit some lovely places in Provence like Bauduen-sur-Verdon, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie and Castellane on a day trip, or hike one of the many trails in the canyon, like the Sentier Martel (Martel trail) and the Sentier Imbut (Imbut trail).

Daniela is the author of Ipanema travels. The blog aims at inspiring the independent traveller to discover the places less travelled. It focusses on places with rich cultural and historical heritage away from the mass tourism. You can also find Ipanema travels on Facebook.

ADDRESS: 33680 Lacanau, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

OPEN: 24th April – 14th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans & motorhomes

SIZE: 277 pitches & 257 mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Playground, kids & teens clubs, bike rental €, tennis courts €, pool complex & slides, adults only pool, boule, spa & wellness centre, multi-sports pitch, games room, direct beach access

FACILITIES: EHU, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste 50m from pitch, wifi, security, supermarket, bar, cafe, takeaway food, pizzeria, restaurant, fresh bread, car wash area

Les Grands Pins was our go-to site when the children were growing up, it’s one of the best campsites in France for kids. Set amongst shady pine trees, with direct access to the beach and a great pool complex, we couldn’t wait to arrive here for our annual holiday, this is camping France at its very best!

Les Grands Pins is a medium-sized and friendly site, run by Yelloh Village, a French company operating campsites across France including the Loire Valley and Brittany. For us, this site offered everything. Modern facilities, great clubs for the kids, evening entertainment (perhaps slightly dodgy on occasions but where isn’t?) and loads of activities. Pitch sizes are not super-generous but adequate, the sanitaries modern and clean and everything you need in terms of dining and shopping on site.

Within walking distance of the nearby town of Lacanau-Ocean, known for it’s annual surfing championships and cool, laid-back vibe, we would head in most evenings for an ice-cream and wander.  There’s also a great market here every Wednesday.   

The direct access beach is better for teens than toddlers with great surf and rolling waves. There is a surf-school on the campsite and you can rent boards there too. For younger kids, bring or buy a body board at the local supermarket and spend days having fun in the water!

Best campsites in France

Camping in Germany

ADDRESS: Tropical-Islands
Tropical-Islands-Allee 1
15910 Krausnick

OPEN: All year

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 92 pitches & 50 teepees & luxury tents

ACTIVITIES: Playground, bike rental €, Tropical Island pool complex with playgrounds, slides, spa, rides and a LOT more than I can fit in to this small box!

FACILITIES: EHU, motorhome services, fresh bread, grocery shop, snack bar, cafe/bar, wifi, shuttle service, laundry

Tropical Islands Camping is a pleasant six acre grassed site with good amenities and modern, clean sanitary facilities.

The draw here is the enormous and very well done tropical water complex next door which includes indoor and outdoor areas with white water rides, slides (including Germany’s highest), tropical spa areas, a beach and much, much more. In short, it is Europe’s biggest tropical holiday resort and if you’re in the eastern Germany region of Brandenburg and have kids with you, then it’s a must! The cost of camping here is more expensive that the average cost of camping in Europe, but does include the entrance to the waterpark, which makes it good value for money. 

ADDRESS: Sonnenriederstraße 1
92442  Wackersdorf
, Bavaria

OPEN: 1st April – 31st October

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 250 pitches & 4 mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: Playground, multi-sports field, crazy golf, table tennis table, direct lake access, direct lake access with sandy beach

FACILITIES: EHU, laundry, motorhome services, fresh bread, grocery shop, restaurant, cafe/bar, water within 15m of pitch

Camping Park Murner See is located in the middle of the Upper Palatinate Lake District, nestled on a lush promontory between Lake Murner and Lake Brückelsee. This tranquil location between the two lakes and the laid-back atmosphere make this a lovely site if you are looking for a chilled and relaxing holiday. 

Surrounded by water and forest, this is a perfect spot for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and those looking for a simple camping experience. There is lots of cycling and walking from the site you keep you active. 

Whether you enjoy swimming, sailing, stand up paddle, boating, water skiing or diving then eastern Bavaria’s largest lakes, as well as numerous ponds and rivers, offer plenty of opportunity to spend time in the water, all of which you can do directly from the site.

The facilities are good, well maintained and clean. and there is a lovely lakeside restaurant serving traditional German fare.  

Camping in Italy

ADDRESS: Courmayeur, Locata Peuterey 1, Val Veny,  11013 Courmayeur, Valle D’Aosta

OPEN: 29th May – 27th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 150 pitches & 30 chalets

ACTIVITIES: playground, trampoline, swimming pool, local hiking routes, volley ball, table tennis, table football

FACILITIES: EHU, grocery shop, bar, snack takeaway, Wi-Fi, laundry, covered barbecue, motorhome services, public shuttle bus €, excursions €

Campeggio Monte Bianco “La Sorgente” is nestled in Val Veny in the Italian Alps, just ten minutes drive from the traditional alpine town of Courmayeur. You’re treated to dramatic mountain views whichever way you turn, it’s such a tranquil location – perfect for lovers of the great outdoors. If you’re lucky, you might see deer or chamois on a dawn or dusk walk just minutes for the campsite.
 
The facilities are good. There’s a playground, small swimming pool, and plenty of other activities for kids. You can also rent bikes or hike directly out onto the nearby trails. There’s a well-stocked little shop and they provide evening meals, but it’s basic mountain fare, so don’t expect anything gourmet.
 
The walk up to Lake Combal directly from the campsite is well-marked and easy enough for children too. There’s a Rifugio that serves lunch with some of my favourite views of the whole area. Make time to climb a bit higher to Lago Miage, a beautiful glacial lake which, sadly, may not be around for people to visit for much longer.
 
The campsite is only open during the summer months and, because it’s on the Tour of Mont Blanc Trail, it’s always a good idea to book your pitch in advance.
 
Gemma blogs about solo female travel across Europe with her rescue dog at a girl and her dog on the road. You can also them in Facebook and Instagram.
 
Best camping in Europe

ADDRESS: Via Fausta, 258, 30013 Cavallino-Treporti, Venice

OPEN: 21st May – 26th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 2000+ pitches & 100+ mobile homes

ACTIVITIES: 2 aqua parks, wellness centre, natural park, sports centre, swimming pool, play ground, cycle routes, windsurfing €, pedal boats €, diving centre €, volleyball, archery €, gym €, mini golf, table tennis, 9 tennis courts €, riding school €, children clubs, teens club, fitness classes, private beach

FACILITIES: EHU, 2 restaurants, wifi, car wash area, bar, 2 supermarket, first aid/doctor service, nightclub, spa €, fresh bread, creperie, snack bar, laundry, motorhome services

If you’re looking for a different way to visit Venice, this is it. Union Lido is a five-star camping village with everything from tents, motorhome and RV pitches to luxury mobile homes and a pet-friendly area. 

Two different pool complexes means there’s always space to splash, and the two waterslides are fun without being too over the top. The spa area is quiet and relaxing with several saunas, an infinity pool looking out over the sea, and a rooftop sun deck. 

A short bus trip to the water taxi stop makes it easy to get to Venice in half an hour. We enjoyed alternating Venice sight-seeing with days lounging at the beachside bar or the spa, while our son loved the freedom to run around and play. 

With restaurants and a supermarket in the village, you can cook if you want to, but you don’t have to – every restaurant has a takeaway option. It’s a big site, so bring scooters or bikes if you can, though there’s a minitrain that you can catch if you’re tired. It made an ideal way to see Venice and for us, is the best family camping in Europe.

Erin writes the European travel blog Erin at Large. A Canadian freelancer writer, she is based in Heidelberg, Germany, where she gets to see the Heidelberg Castle every day. You can follow her on Twitter or Instagram.

Best campsites in Italy

ADDRESS: Località Pineta di Torrenuova, 57027 San Vincenzo, Livorno

OPEN: 21st May – 20th September

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 200 pitches & 100+ chalets and a hotel

ACTIVITIES: playground, rental bikes €, multi-sports field, crazy golf €, table tennis table, 3000m2 water park with slides, heated indoor pool 

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, supermarket, snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria, restaurants, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m of pitch, wifi, security

Park Albatross Village is our family’s all-time favourite campsite. We stayed in a wooden clad cabin with covered decking set on a pretty tree lined path.

The site has six pools to choose from, including a water chute for kids, fountains to play in and slippy domes which everyone wants to climb (with varying degrees of success!).

In the evenings. huge pizzas are cooked in traditional wood ovens and markets stalls set up on site, for trinket and souvenir shopping. Live music is played on stage, and cocktails are available for sipping in the open-air courtyard, under a fairy-lit canopy.

The absolute best thing about our stay was being in the camp for one of the many Saints’ days. Tables were laid out along what felt like the entire length of the site for a communal meal. The wine flowed and the entertainment went on into the night.

The campsite is perfect to soak up the culture and lifestyle of Tuscany; it’s easy to catch a train into Rome or Pisa from San Vincenzo. The pretty Tuscan hill town of Lucca with its 16th Century ramparts and cobbled central square is only a short drive away. The whole experience was magical.

Helen’s spent 2 and a half years pottering around the world and now blogs about family adventures at holidaysfromhels. You can also find Helen on Facebook and Instagram.

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Camping in Luxembourg

ADDRESS: 60, Campingstrooss
L-9554 Wiltz

OPEN: 1st April – 4th November

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 77 pitches & 18 teepees, wigwams and huts

ACTIVITIES: playground, boule, walking & cycle routes, tennis courts €, multi-sports field, table tennis table, games room, guided walks, heated outdoor pool, water slide, 

FACILITIES: EHU, snack bar, takeaway meals, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m of pitch, wifi, security

If you’re looking for a pit stop between the U.K. and Southern Europe, Camping Kaul in northern Luxembourg is the perfect place. Located about four hours drive from both Calais and Hook of Holland, this lovely little site is a great place to break the journey.

Camping Kaul offers a mix of tent, caravan and motorhome pitches as well as various glamping options. Arrival dates and lengths of stay are flexible, even in high season. There’s a restaurant, play area and free access to an outdoor swimming pool. There’s also a  great little bike track and a supermarket within walking distance.

We loved how small the site was which meant our children could explore most of it independently on their bikes. We stayed in a chalet with a spacious veranda overlooking the site. Cars have to remain in the car park after you’ve unpacked so it feels very safe and peaceful. Our children said it was the best part of our four week European road trip.

Camping Kaul is a brilliant campsite if you’re looking to explore a beautiful part of Northern Europe. Set on the edge of the town of Wiltz, Camping Kaul is surrounded by the lush green woodland of the Luxembourg Ardennes. There are empty roads through the forests to explore and plenty of interesting towns and villages to visit.

Annabel writes the family travel blog Smudged Postcard. The blog focuses on cultural and adventure holidays with a particular emphasis on the UK and Europe. You can also find Annabel on Instagram and Facebook.

Best campsite in Luxembourg

Camping in Portugal

ADDRESS: E.N. 125 – Espiche, 8600-109 Lagos

OPEN: All year

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 219 pitches & 137 mobile homes & bungalows

ACTIVITIES: playground, boule, bike rental €, multi-sports field, table tennis table, games room, gym €, indoor heated pool, outdoor pool, jacuzzi, steam bath €, sauna €

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, grocery shop, snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 50m of pitch, wifi, security, rental cars

Camping Algarve – Turiscampo is a large site around 2.5km away from the beach front in Luz and 6km from the centre of Lagos.   

With lots of great activities including fitness classes and evening entertainment for adults, kids clubs and swimming options, this is a great site for a family holiday or those looking for a stop in the beautiful climate over winter.  

The restaurant, overlooking the pool, is a hub in the evenings with a terraced area for drinks and dining. The food is good, with plenty of choice. All the sanitary facilities and laundry are modern and clean and the grounds are regularly manicured by a team of gardeners. 

This is an excellent site from which to explore the gorgeous beaches of the Algarve as everything is within easy driving distance.  Change up your days out with a day by the pool or in the spa, there are lots of options for lounging!

Best campsites in Portugal

Camping in Spain

Camping Los Escullos, Cabo de Gata

ADDRESS: Paraje Los Escullos, s/n, 04118, Almería

OPEN: All year

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 216 pitches & 30 mobile homes & bungalows

ACTIVITIES: playground, boule, walking & cycle routes, rental bikes €, tennis courts €, multi-sports field, table tennis table, games room, fitness classes, guided walks, outdoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, 

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, grocery shop, snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m of pitch, wifi, security

One of the absolute best campsites in Spain is Camping Los Escullos. It is a large campsite with clean facilities. I have been several times with my tent, while there are plenty of caravans and motorhomes around too. 

The campground is situated in the middle of the desert in Cabo de Gata national park, not far from the beach and breathtaking cliffs in Los Escullos. This is a great starting point for exploring the nature reserve as you are halfway between some of the best beaches in Cabo de Gata. Los Genoveses and Monsul beach are in one direction and the stunning Los Muertos beach on the other side.

The campsite has a little shop with all the basic you need to cook your own food, as well as a bar and restaurant where they do very good fish and chips once a week. There is a pool for anyone who doesn’t want to walk or cycle to the beach. If you have dogs, they are welcome too! This is a friendly campsite and the staff have always been very helpful and kind to me.

Linn Haglund is originally from Norway but has spent most of her adult years traveling and living abroad. Linn blogs about responsible travel at Brainy Backpackers. You can also find Linn on Instagram and Facebook.

ADDRESS: Carrer de Josep Tarradellas, 2, 17470 Sant Pere Pescador, Girona

OPEN: 30th April – 25th September 

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 1500+ pitches & 150+ mobile homes & bungalows

ACTIVITIES: playground, boule, water park & slides, sports ground, obstacle race, zip lines, trampoline, water sports €, games room, mini golf €, scuba diving €, direct beach access

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, grocery shop, snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m of pitch, wifi, security, wellness services, excursions €

If you are looking for a campsite to enjoy a relaxing family holiday in Spain, Camping L’Amfora will be the perfect place for you!

Located in Sant Pere Pescador on the Costa Brava, L’Amfora is a four star campsite that offers all the facilities you would ever want for your holidays such as direct access to the beach, pools, supermarket, bakery, restaurant and much more.

I had the chance to go to L’Amfora on several occasions. Sometimes I stayed in a tent, others in a bungalow and I must say, you really can’t get it wrong. 

The campsite is spacious and very well looked after, the bungalows are recent and well equipped.  Pitches for tents and motorhomes are well maintained. The thing I’ve always loved about this place, that makes it an extra bit more special to my eyes is that it’s convivial. It’s a family business run with love and you can feel it. The staff do everything they can to make your camping holiday in Spain as amazing as it can be.

L’Amfora is also particularly well located. You can walk to the private beach from your accommodation but will also get the chance to go onto incredible day trips to the Costa Dorada, Barcelona, Girona or South West France, making this one of the best campsites in Spain.
 

Pauline blogs at Beeloved City, which offers travel fun facts, travel quizzes and quotes to help you discover all your favourite cities in a unique and fun way.

Camping in Switzerland

ADDRESS: CH 3822 Lauterbrunnen

OPEN: All year

SUITABLE FOR: Tents, caravans, motorhomes & large motorhomes (>8m & >4000kg)

SIZE: 290 pitches & 50 huts & bungalows

ACTIVITIES: playground, games room, video games, crazy golf, table tennis table, multi-sports field, tennis court, walking & cycle routes, skiing €, white water sports €

FACILITIES: EHU, fresh bread, grocery shop, snack bar, takeaway meals, pizzeria, restaurant, cafe/bar, laundry, motorhome services, water & waste within 15m of pitch, wifi, security

Nestled among the valley in the Jungfrau region, the city of Lauterbrunnen has one of the most beautiful campsites in all of Europe, Camping Jungfrau. Located just a few meters from a bustling waterfall, Camp Jungfrau’s idyllic location is perfect for families who are avid outdoors types. 

The region is rich in outdoors activities including hiking trails in the mountains,  nearby boating and rafting, parasailing and paragliding, and so many other outdoor activities. Nearby cable cars allow for campers to take the cars up to carless towns such as Murren. Maps with a variety of hiking paths are available at the cable car stations.

Camp Jungfrau itself is a very large space with hundreds of hectares for motorhomes, camper vans and tents. They also have small huts for people without their own vehicle or tent. The camp hosts two main areas with facilities for bathing, a restaurant, a grocery store, and a children’s playground with an inflatable play area, slides and swings. The camp also has a small kitchen with burners and kitchen equipment available for use. The beauty of the camp itself is the location, as it is surrounded by cliff sides, waterfalls and the sheer beauty of the mountains of Switzerland.

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