If you are looking for a campsite and you have selected a certain country, you can continue your search using a place name, campsite name or facility. If you are searching on the basis of a facility, you will see 10 main categories and campsite types, such as winter sports, naturists, naturist section and disabled, from which you can choose. When you have finally discovered the campsite of your choice, you will first be given general information and information regarding size, location, route and inspector. You can then click on ‘facilities’.
Some details / facilities need some explanation:
- Facilities printed in bold
- Availability of amenities
- Disabled people
- Winter sports campsites
- Opening period
- Indicative price
- Telephone number / fax number
1. Facilities printed in bold
Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
2. Availability of amenities
If a swimming pool or other amenity is located right beside the campsite, and if this facility can also be used by campsite guests, the amenity will also appear in the list of campsite amenities.
Some campsites are situated in very small villages or in remote locations in valleys, so you may find that some campsite details do not include an address. However, a campsite always has a postcode and a place name, so if you wish to write to the relevant campsite, for instance, you can always use this data.
ACSI does not give campsites stars or any other classifications. Any such indication has been awarded to the campsite by the local authorities. Stars do not always say anything about quality, but they often say something about the comfort that the campsite offers. More stars mean more facilities… and a higher price.
5. Disabled people
A campsite for disabled people satisfies the requirements set down in consultation with Dutch Council for Disabled Persons. In any case, such campsites have an adapted toilet and shower or a combination of both. In addition, ACSI indicates whether each campsite has additional useful facilities for disabled persons. 'Facilities for disabled persons'.
A special list of ‘Small campsites’ is also available with camping grounds which can be described as Great Little Campsites. Be sure when searching that you tick both ‘Small campsites’ and ‘Campsites for the disabled’.
6. Winter sports campsites
AACSI offers a large number of camp sites that are now open in winter and in early spring.
A special list has been created for camping grounds which can be described as Great Little Campsites. Be sure when searching that you tick both ‘Small campsites’ and ‘Wintersports campsites’.
7. Opening period
Unfortunately, campsites occasionally deviate from the opening period indicated by them in 2014 (especially in the early and late parts of the season), please take this into account. It is also possible that not all facilities are available at certain times of the season. It is therefore advisable to telephone in advance.
8. Indicative price
The rates you can see are guide prices and these may differ from what a particular campsite charges. The two different guide prices give you an indication of the camping rates.
Guide price 1: is an indication of the price for an overnight stay in high season for a combination of 2 adults, a caravan and a car, including electricity and tourist taxes. The cost of extra amenities are not included in the guide price.
Guide price 2: is an indication of the price for an overnight stay in high season for a combination of 2 adults, 2 children aged 6 and 9, a caravan and a car, including electricity and tourist taxes. The cost of extra amenities are also not included in this guide price.
When you have found a campsite that interests you, you will see the name and telephone number of one of our inspectors who has visited that particular site. You can phone that inspector for additional information. Click on the ‘Inspection team’ button on the homepage if you want to know more about ACSI’s inspectors.
10. Telephone number / fax number
This is the complete number of the campsite that you must telephone or fax when you are in the relevant country. If you wish to telephone or fax a campsite abroad, you must first dial the country code prior to dialling the number.
|Austria||43||area number without 0 and local number|
|Belgium||32||area number without 0 and local number|
|Croatia||385||area number without 0 and local number|
|Czech Republic||420||area number without 0 and local number|
|Estland||372||area number and local number|
|Finland||358||area number without 0 and local number|
|France||33||local number without 0|
|Germany||49||area number without 0 and local number|
|Great Britain||44||area number without 0 and local number|
|Greece||30||area number without 0 and local number|
|Hungary||36||area number without 06 and local number|
|Ireland||352||area number without 0 and local number|
|Italy||39||area number and local number|
|Latvia||371||area number and local number|
|Lithuania||370||area number and local number|
|Netherlands||31||area number without 0 and local number|
|Poland||48||area number without 0 or 8 and local number|
|Portugal||351||area number without 0 and local number|
|Romania||40||area number without 0 and local number|
|Slovakia||421||area number without 0 and local number|
|Slovenia||386||area number without 0 and local number|
|Spain||34||area number and local number|
|Sweden||46||area number without 0 and local number|
|Switzerland||41||area number without 0 and local number|
|Turkey||90||area number without 0 and local number|