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Destination : Picardy

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Go camping in the heart of the historical wealth of Picardie!

In Picardie, the mobile homes of our star-rated campsites will ensure holidaymakers find the tranquillity and historical riches they’re looking for. During your stay, visit Amiens Cathedral, the biggest cathedral in France and a UNESCO world heritage feature. Alternatively, Beauvais Cathedral is home to the world’s tallest Gothic choir which stretches to a height of nearly 50 metres.

Holidaymakers staying on our campsites can take their family for a memorable experience at the Asterix Park, or visit the 400 animals living at the vast Amiens Zoo. Camping in our mobile homes in Picardie also means you choose to get as close as possible to the History of France. Located just a few kilometres from our campsite, the enormous Château de Chantilly, the pride of the region, offers visitors an unforgettable trip back in time. Our campers will also enjoy visiting the Château de Pierrefonds, an architectural phoenix which rose from the ashes after being demolished in the 12th century. Then there’s Compiègne, the ultimate royal town, where Joan of Arc was captured and many an imperial wedding was held. Visitors can also go in search of the Vase of Soissons, just a few kilometres from our luxury campsites.

In Ermenonville, our campers who are keen walkers can go exploring the immense park or enjoy a romantic walk through the magnificent forest, hand in hand with their loved one.

As for campers who are here for the food, they can try the saltmarsh lamb and a whole array of local cheeses: rollot, tome au foin or the famous maroilles, as well as savouring Amiens macaroons, croustillons, Saint Quentin fritters and picantins from Compiègne.

Last but not least, campers who take their holiday in Picardie can enjoy a hot, if somewhat unpredictable, summer.

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