Experience Euro 2020 at these campsites! – part 1

on 31 Jan 2020

Jeroen Timmermans

The forthcoming European Cup football championships (12 June – 12 July 2020) will for the first time in history be held not in just one or two countries. No, next year will be a real European party with football matches in no fewer than twelve countries. And as June and July are wonderful months to go on holiday, we have the perfect combination for you: football and camping!

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Top 5: Best Christmas markets in England

on 14 Nov 2019

Marieke Krämer

Visiting a Christmas market is fantastic! All your senses will be stimulated as you walk among the wonderful wooden Christmas stalls, all beautifully lit up. You will be welcomed by the smell of mulled wine and hot chocolate and the Christmas carols will ring around your ears. Visiting a Christmas market will instantly put you in the Christmas mood. We have compiled a list of the top 5 best Christmas markets. And we have added some tips for campsites in the vicinity of the Christmas markets that are very suitable for camping in winter. Make a complete Christmas weekend of it.

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History, museums, and cocktails – great tips for visiting Amsterdam

on 7 Oct 2019

Marieke Krämer

Amsterdam is a fantastic destination for a city break in Europe. In the Dutch capital you will find a plethora of unique museums (including some bizarre ones) and just walking around the city with its canals and historic buildings is an experience in and of itself. Amsterdam is a vibrant city that also lives and breathes history. Whether it’s your first or fifth visit to Amsterdam, there’s always something new to discover. We’ve put together a list of must-do’s to inspire your next trip, including some lesser-known sights.

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Which bird is sitting in front of your tent?

on 21 Jun 2018

Joyce Broekhuis

You can hear birds in your back garden, outside in the park but probably best of all around your camping pitch. And you ask yourself, what could be better than to hear the cheerful tweeting of birds as you step out of your tent in the morning? But can you tell a starling from a blackbird? And how do you make sure that the feathered friend does not fly away if you get too close? A bird’s eye refresher course. Become a bird-spotter in 6 steps 1....

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5 great apps for outdoor adventures

on 16 Jun 2018

Joyce Broekhuis

You might have spotted a survey on Facebook last week: do you use your smartphone when you head into the great outdoors? And it turns out – more than 80% of you do! You can use these five apps to make your outdoor adventures even more fun! 1. Geocaching: time for a treasure hunt! All over the world, there are small, hidden treasure chests to find. Following directions in the app, GPS coordinates, and wearing a good pair of walking shoes,...

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