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Whatever sort of holiday you are looking for, camping and caravanning is the perfect solution.

Whether you are look to tour and explore, sun yourself by a pool or lake, take on active sports and holiday fun, a caravan park provides the flexibility to meet your every need, whatever the budget.

Explore this site and learn more about camping and caravan holidays in the UK, France and across Europe and find some great parks to stay in.



A different kind of Holiday

While you may not associate caravan holidays with 4 star or even 5 star accommodation, there is a superb selection of holiday caravans, mobile homes, chalets and more that offer you precisely that.

So here are some of the accommodation options available to you on a caravan park...

Static Caravans and Mobile homes

Whether you call it a static caravan (well, they don't move during the season) or a mobile home, they offer a huge amount of living space, kitchen and 2 or 3 bedrooms - and usually a sofa bed in the living/dining area.

Chalets, lodges and Tree houses

Chalets and lodges can offer an even higher standard of accommodation and a bigger living space. You will often find luxuries such as private hot tubs with a chalet. If you fancy something a little bit different why not check out a holiday with a stay in a tree house. Offered in France it gives you the chance to take an elevated view of proceedings in quite a bit of luxury!

Tents and Safari tents

Camping the with all the hard work done for you. Simply travel to the caravan park and stay in a full equipped tent (with power, fridge, cooking facilities) that has already been set up for you on a spacious, well kept pitch. If that's not luxurious enough for you, there are now Safari tents available at some sites that include solid wood furniture, hammocks and lots of other luxuries.

Touring caravans and camping

Of course, if you have your own tent or caravan then you can take off for these caravan parks under your own steam. The quality sites have good size pitches and the all important great facilities to make your holiday a great, pleasurable experience.


Short breaks to Summer Holidays

One of the great things about a caravan holiday is the flexibility it gives you. So whether you are looking for a short break, weekend escape or a longer holiday then a caravan park gives some great options as you can pick and choose how many days you want to stay.


Caravan Storage sites in the UK

If you have a touring caravan or motor home and are looking for somewhere to store it while it's not being used then look not further than our Guide to Caravan Storage. Here you will find a basic guide to what's on offer and a directory of caravan storage sites in England, Scotland and Wales.


Caravan Features and Articles

You will find some helpful and interesting caravan features and articles in our feature section covering all things caravanninng. Current popular articles include:


A lighter look at Caravanning life

If you are looking for a fun look at camping and caravanning in the UK and in Europe then take a look at this new blog from The Happy Camper. Full of fun stories and articles that take a humourous view of the eccentricities of caravanners and campers everywhere.


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In France, not only is the accommodation 4 or 5 star, you will find that the caravan parks themselves can often be in truly spectacular settings, such as the grounds of castles and Chateaux, with equally brilliant facilities.

North West of France

The north west of France is a highly popular holiday destination because of its great coastline, historic castles and chateaux, beautiful countryside and diverse culture.

Brittany is a real favourite with young families due to its close proximity to the UK but there are also some great parks perfect for active holidays and its a great base to explore the culture and history of the proud Bretons.

The Vendee offers some of the best of the Atlantic Coast beaches which are perfect for sun bathing, playing sand castles on the beach and some brilliant water sports including surfing and bodyboarding.

If castles and Chateaux in beautiful settings is your thing, then the Loire Valley is a must. Some of France's most amazing chateaux and dramatic scenery can be found in this region.

Normandy is often overlooked by tourists but with over 400 miles of majestic coastline and a wonderful selection of sites and scenery, a caravan holiday in Normandy has much to offer.

North East France

Think of the north east of France and you are inevitably drawn to the captivating capital, Paris. As one of the most attractive capital cities in the World it is an exciting and enchanting place that makes you want to visit time and again.

Picardy is near the coast and therefore perfect for a short break from the UK as it starts just 45 miles from Calais. A region of rolling wooded countryside with so many pretty villages to explore but also is a great place for activities including riding, walking , cycling and golf.

The region of Burgundy is synonymous with the red wine that is grown here in the beautiful vineyards that stretch across this fertile land. However, there is more to Burgundy than wine as the area has much to offer in the way of beautiful landscapes, art & architecture, lakes, canals, rivers chateaux and beautiful towns.

The Jura mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to the camping and caravan in this region. A great place to visit for walking and exploring, as well as trying out the dry Jura wine.

South West France

Although a considerably longer trip from the UK, flying maybe a good option if you don't fancy a long drive, the weather in south west France is much warmer. Renowned for its ocean, forests, lakes and mountains the Aquitane region of offers the holiday tourist a bit of everything.

Most of Dordogne is in the Aquitane basin with its north east edge bordering on the Massif Central. Along the Dordogne river there are many beautiful chateaux and castles to explore, as well as a fascinating variety of caves. The Dordogne is rightly renowned for its gastronomy with rich and delicious cuisine at every turn.

In the Charente Maritime region you will find Royan, one of the most modern of seaside resorts along the Charente coastlines. There are superb sandy beaches that are really well supervised throughout the season and is a perfect base for water sports holidays.

South East France

The south east of France is truly outstanding with the Alps bordering one side and the French Rivera (Cote d'Azur) to the other.

The French Alps are a haven for tourists both in the winter and the summer. With glaciers, deep gorges, mountain passes, lakes, green plains of Geneva, Mont Blanc, and so much more. A perfect holiday for exploring or just relaxing in its beauty.

The Cote d'Azur, between Toulon and Nice, is considered one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in Europe with superb sandy beaches with the Alps as a backdrop. Of course, no trip to the Riviera is complete without trips to Monaco and Nice.

The Languedoc and Roussillon regions stretches from the Pyrenees-Orientales on the Spanish border to Provence. Its the place to head for warm, sunny weather with the warm Mediterranean climate and 300+ days of sun a year.


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South West England

With the best of the UK weather and some fantastic coastlines it is no surprise that the south west of England is the one of the most popular UK holiday destinations.

If you are keen a surfer, bodyboarder or other water sports then Cornwall is the place to head with both of its coastlines providing some excellent waves. However, there is more to Cornwall than surf and pasties with the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens Helligan being just 2 of the counties famous attractions.

Devon is rightly famed for its cream teas but with a wonderful coastline, moors and pretty towns and villages to explore there is plenty to see and do. Dorset to the east of Devon and Cornwall has the famous jurassic coastline and popular holiday resorts including Bournemouth and Christchurch.

South East England

The south east of England has so much to offer including easy access to the countries capital and all of its West End entertainment. Kent is considered the garden of England and as such is a simply fabulous place to explore quaint English villages. Sussex and Hampshire occupies much of the south coast with the popular resorts of Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton and national parks including the South Downs and The New Forest.

East England

Holidays to the east of England tend to focus on the Norfolk Broads, Lincolnshire Fens and the Suffolk Coast. Plenty of sandy beaches through Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex including popular holiday resorts of Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Canvey Island and lots more. Of course there is so much to explore here that it will take you more than one holiday!

West England

On the Wales border Shropshire and Worcestershire at the west of England offer you a great base to explore the best of what England and Wales has to offer.

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