Do’s and don’ts on Black Saturday

on 24 Jul 2019

Tom Haze

No one wants to start their holiday off by sitting in a traffic jam for hours on end. Of course you can always choose to set off on a different day, but sometimes you don’t have any choice. For instance the accommodation you’ve booked might have fixed arrival days. I’ve compiled a few do’s and don’ts for the infamous Black Saturday in France, and also a few tips for if you do end up in a traffic jam.

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Camping in the land of a thousand lakes

on 17 Oct 2018

Claudia de Vries

Discover the land of 1000 lakes: Mecklenburg. With a rich landscape full of green forests, extensive marshlands, flowing rivers and of course countless lakes, this state in the northeast of Germany is an area full of natural beauty. Perfect for campers who like to stay on a campsite by the water, just like me.

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8 European hotspots for 2018

on 9 Feb 2018

Bram Kuhnen

You’ve seen the Eiffel Tower, you know the Ramblas like the back of your hand and you’ve seen every inch of the Colosseum. What you want for 2018 is the wow-factor from new destinations and undiscovered locations. Let us inspire you with eight European locations that might not yet have made it to your list. 1. Leeuwarden Capital of Culture (the Netherlands) This year’s European Capital of Culture is not to be missed. In and around Leeuwarden,...

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Campsites with Wellness facilities

on 13 Dec 2017

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A little time for yourself, and some time to relax: that’s what holidays are all about. And what’s the best way of achieving that? By going to a campsite with wellness facilities of course! Just imagine, relaxing in the hot tub, or enjoying a massage – these are just a couple of the possibilities that can help you to really relax and unwind. We’ve put together a list of countries where you can find great wellness...

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Camping near to the most beautiful waterfalls

on 25 Nov 2017

Bram Kuhnen

On World Waterfall Day, we’re taking a moment to reflect on this natural wonder. The water that flows from a great height, the fog and the mist this causes, and of course the loud splashing sound it makes when it reaches the bottom: there’s something magical about waterfalls. We often associate waterfalls with faraway places and tropical destinations. This is of course partly true, but did you know that there are plenty of...

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10 destinations with a remarkable history (part 2)

on 14 Nov 2017

Jeroen Timmermans

Two weeks ago, we looked at 5 destinations in France, Croatia, Germany, Italy and Austria with a remarkable history. In part 2, we will look at historical destinations in four new countries, plus a second stop in Germany. Be inspired for your next camping holiday! Missed part 1? Please click here. 6. C-Mine, Genk (Belgium) Belgian Limburg, the Flemish province bordering the Netherlands, is former mining country. The mines stopped their...

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