Plan your next family holiday on a campsite in France. There are so many wonderful things to see and do in France. By choosing to stay in a mobile home rental, you can really enjoy exploring the different areas which make up the diverse landscapes of France. From the sea to the mountains, the plains or the big cities, France is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Many tourists are attracted to France because of the great diversity of landscapes, as well as the great food and wines, the historical, cultural and artistic heritage. Travelers are given a warm welcome here and traveling is made as easy as possible thanks to the vast transport networks. The different regions and departments of France all boast a large number of points of interest. The beaches of the French Riviera, the Châteaux of the Loire or the Atlantic Ocean, choose the destination that suits you and the activities you’d like to try out as a family.
The big metropolitan areas of France put aside a large share of their budget to ensure the protection of cultural and historical treasures. All over France, the history of the country is kept alive thanks to the many cultural events. You will enjoy exploring the different characteristics of each region, as well as the delicious local specialities on offer. Paris, the capital city, is famous for the big-name fashion houses, museums, including the famous Louvre, and iconic monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Push open the doors to the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral or the Château of Versailles to learn all about the fascinating history. As the second largest city in France in terms of population, Lyon is also a popular choice for visitors. It is well-known for the famous Lights Festival which highlights the sheer beauty of the monuments, and the city is brimming with various places to explore along the banks of the Rhône River. Fourvière Cathedral, the Park of the Golden Head, the characteristic “traboule” streets of Vieux Lyon, and Place Bellecour are just some of the main places of interest, for a fantastic journey back in time. Come and explore the sunny harbour town of Marseille. The Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica overlooks the city, offering a 360° panoramic view of all the must-sees of the town, including the Panier District, Palais Longchamp, the Old Harbour or the MuCEM museum. Come and see with your own eyes the wonders of the Calanques National Park, and set off on a hiking expedition and swim in the superb coves.
The French coastlines are very popular tourist destinations. Holidaymakers love to relax on the long beaches dotted along the coast. From North to South, there is so much to do. From Dunkirk to Saint Malo, not-to-mention Le Havre or Deauville, the towns along the English Channel and the Atlantic Coast all feature vast stretches of white sand, great places to go for a walk. The regions of Brittany, Normandy or Poitou Charentes are just three examples of regions that are also well-known for the extraordinary architecture. The Silver Coast and the Basque country coast are well-known surf spots, and also popular for their traditions. In Nouvelle-Aquitaine, come and discover the Basque pelota sport, the férias and the farmer’s markets. In the South, the Mediterranean Sea and the particularly sunny climate there make the beaches of the Vermilion Coast and the French Riviera particularly attractive. You will fall in love with the landscapes and enjoy the entertainment on offer at the seaside towns from Argelès sur Mer over to Menton not-to-mention Port Barcarès, La Grande Motte, La Ciotat and Saint Tropez.
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