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Top 5 motorhome sites in France


Lose yourself in a country of culture, châteaux and culinary delights


This campsite is situated by the River Seine and on the edge of the lively and historic town. The ruins of Château Gaillard sit high on a clifftop overlooking the town and the site. A short stroll from site takes you into the small town of Les Andelys where you’ll find a range of local shops and restaurants. There’s also a local bus stop in the town and you are only just over an hour’s travel from Paris. If you prefer to stay on site you can enjoy fishing in the Seine or the site’s own private pond and can also partake of table tennis, badminton, swimming and bicycle hire.


1 Rue Gilles Nicole, 27700 Les Andelys, Normandy - 0033 232 542379 - camping-troisrois.com

L'Orangerie de LannironL'ORANGERIE DE LANNIRON

This peaceful, 12-acre campsite is in the heart of L’Orangerie de Lanniron’s estate by the River Odet. There are 90 acres of parks and gardens surrounding what was once the summer palace of the Bishops of Quimper. The spacious pitches are divided by shrubs and flowers and include electric, water and drainage. The campsite has lots to offer – swimming pools and an aquapark, golf, a shop, restaurant and takeaway. For a more relaxed pace of life you might prefer to enjoy the French and Italian gardens within the estate.


29 Allée de Lanniron, 29000 Quimper, Brittany - 0033 298 90620 - lanniron.com



Le Boucanet is a four-star campsite situated right on the coast, with direct access to a fine, sandy beach. The site is only 15 miles from the city of Montpellier with its elegant buildings, grand private mansions and stately boulevards. There’s a museum, zoo and aquarium in this quietly stylish city that has a hint of Barcelona about its old quarter and shady backstreets. Camping Le Boucanet has a pool complex, a spa and several waterslides. There’s also a restaurant, bar and a supermarket.

Route de Carnon, 30240 Le Grau du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon - 0033 466 514148 - campingboucanet.franceloc.fr



Camping Yelloh! Village La PlageCAMPING YELLOH! VILLAGE LA PLAGE

For a fantastic coastal holiday, the four-star Village La Plage makes a great choice. There’s direct access to the beach between Le Steïr and Guilvinec, with four kilometres of fine sand to enjoy. You can also easily access many walking and cycling routes. The site is 18 kilometres from the quiet resort of Bénodet which offers many crêperies and seafood restaurants, along with a pretty harbour with many boats to admire. Camping Yelloh! Village La Plage has plenty of facilities which include a family pool complex, a sports area, a bar, restaurant and shop.


241 Hent Maner Ar Ster, 29760 Penmarc’h, Finistère, Brittany - 0033 298 586190 - villagelaplage.co.uk




This is a stunningly beautiful site in the heart of the French Alps, surrounded by snow-covered mountains and Swiss-style chalets. Half-a-mile away is the picturesque town of St-Gervais, while just 15 miles away is the more well-known ski resort of Chamonix. The site has open-grass pitches with electric hook-up, and there is a toilet block, motorhome service point and a laundry. There is a stream running through the campsite and a large grassed area at the back has sun loungers for relaxing.


197 Route des Contamines, 74170 Saint-Gervais-les-Bains - 0033 450 934596- camping-mont-blanc.com


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