The word ‘camping’ fills some people with delight and others with fear. It all depends on the experiences that you’ve had in the past and your holiday expectations.
If you once pitched a tent in a field, tucked yourself into your sleeping bag on a ground mat and found it difficult to sleep through the howling wind and rain, you may feel that camping isn’t for you. However, there are many different ways to camp out.
If you aren’t keen on back to basics camping, there are plenty of more practical and even luxurious ways to stay on a campsite. Across the UK and Europe, there are a full range of sites, so you can find the ideal match for your requirements.
From beach side sites and ones that are surrounded by stunning countryside, to those located just a short drive from a city or a site of interest, you can find campsites in all locations. If you enjoy outdoor pursuits a rural site might fit the bill, whilst direct access to the beach can be a dream for family camping adventures.
From a field with little more than a toilet block, through to campsites with swimming pool complexes, tennis courts, children’s clubs, shops, restaurants, hot showers and a laundrette, you can find campsites that offer you the facilities you are looking for. Campsites in France and other parts of Europe typically offer the best range of family friendly facilities.
Campsites with a wide range of on-site facilities can offer great value. Although the initial cost of a night is higher, with the right facilities you can keep everyone happy and entertained throughout your holiday without having to keep dipping into the spending money. Good on-site facilities can also make for a more convenient camping experience.
If you have your own tent, caravan or campervan, you can escape to the country every weekend should you please. If you don’t have a tent, or you want to make things both easier and more comfortable, there are sites with good quality accommodation already set up for guests. From quirky tepees and treehouses, to family friendly mobile home accommodation in a variety of sizes, you can find the best place to set up camp. If you stay on one of Carisma’s French campsites, you will stay in a well-equipped 2 or 3 bedroom mobile home.
Imagine happy children splashing in the pool, a short walk to the beach, BBQ’s and warm evenings on the deck of your mobile home. That sounds like an enjoyable campsite adventure!
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