Get off the campsite, and out onto the walking trails!

Get off the campsite, and out onto the walking trails!

on 12 Jun 2019

Marieke Krämer

A vigorous walk through the mountains, woods, or heathland. Or a short leisurely stroll along a river in the morning or evening. Walking is one of the most popular holiday activities. And camping and walking of course are the perfect combination.

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75 years after D-Day: visit the historic locations

75 years after D-Day: visit the historic locations

on 6 Jun 2019

Bram Kuhnen

Normandy is a region with plenty of natural beauty. Rugged cliffs along the coast give way to wide sandy beaches. Further inland the dunes slowly make way for green fields and woodland. But it will of course always be a region that will be associated with the 1944 D-Day invasion. I’ll show you five historic spots that not only played an important role during D-Day, but which are still very special places to visit.

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Atlas Obscura: 5 interesting places in France

Atlas Obscura: 5 interesting places in France

on 29 May 2019

Michèle & Sanne

Michèle en Sanne reizen samen door Europa en delen hun ervaringen op ‘The adventures of MiSa’. Ze kochten een speciaal boek: de ‘Atlas Obscura’. Deze gids, met bijbehorende website, staat vol vreemde en originele plaatsen in de hele wereld. Michèle en Sanne bezochten vijf Atlas Obscura-plekken in Frankrijk.

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75 years after D-Day: visit the festivals and commemorations

75 years after D-Day: visit the festivals and commemorations

on 27 May 2019

Bram Kuhnen

On Thursday 6 June 2019 it will be exactly 75 years since the Allied troops set foot on the Normandy Beaches. D-Day. A military operation that would change the world and which marked the beginning of the end for the Nazi regime in Western Europe. If you plan to go camping in Normandy between 25 May and 16 June it will be almost impossible not to notice some of the commemoration and festivals. I’ll give you a few advance tips so you won’t miss anything.

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Greetings from Esther: ‘Valence is like a second home’

Greetings from Esther: ‘Valence is like a second home’

on 29 Mar 2019

Esther Schaap

I think I’ve spent around six of my last ten holidays in the vicinity of Valence. This French city is tucked in between the Ardèche and the Drôme, on the Route du Soleil, just below Lyon. I love this region: the views of the Rhône Valley, the surrounding towns, the beautiful nature and the delicious food. It feels a bit like a second home. And if you maintain a good speed, you can drive there in a day.

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