Who are Eurocamp?
When most of us think of camping holidays on the continent, Eurocamp are the first company that spring to mind. With over 40 years experience, Eurocamp are the perfect choice for camping holidays in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg and Croatia. With inspiring locations and beautiful surroundings, Eurocamp campsites help to make every day of your family holiday special.
Eurocamp pride themselves on offering the biggest choice of family outdoor holidays across Europe, with something to suit everybody. From stunning lake and mountain locations, through to city breaks and beautiful beaches, Eurocamp have a location that your family is sure to enjoy. Are your kids theme park fans? Then why not book a stay at Bella Italia Campsite, located on the spectacular Lake Garda and just 8km from the fantastic Gardaland theme park. Or visit the fantastic Futurescope theme park near Poitiers and stay at Le Parc de Fierbois Campsite, which is under an hour away and is located near the attractive town of Tours. Beach lovers will adore Camping Village Simuni in Pag, Croatia with direct access to 6 unique beaches, or Les Ecureuils, on the stunning Vendée coastline of France. Sporty families will adore Sportcamp Woferlgut in Zell Am See, Austria, with its huge selection of activities to try, including cycling, climbing, archery and canoeing – not to mention the stunning nearby lake to swim in, amidst the stunning mountain backdrop. Every Eurocamp campsite has something different to offer and there’s one to suit every family camping holiday.
Why choose Eurocamp?
Eurocamp have the largest choice of premium outdoor holidays in Europe, with exclusive accommodation that you won’t find anywhere else. Choose from a wide range of mobile homes and tents, or try out luxurious lodges and bungalows. Within each type of accommodation there are further choices you can make to suit the number in your party and the facilities you want. You’ll find that Eurocamp like to make it easy for you to travel without bringing the kitchen sink, with lots of useful extras included in your accommodation. From electric lighting in even the most basic of their tents all the way up to televisions and iPod docking stations in selected lodges, they’ve thought of everything you need for a relaxing camping holiday.
Eurocamp are renowned for their amazing range of kids’ clubs. In High Season you’ll find clubs to suit all ages – from babies and toddlers all the way up to teenagers. With a wide range of family friendly entertainment in the evenings and a range of restaurants and snack bars to keep everyone fed and watered, Eurocamp cater for absolutely everybody.
You’ll also find a huge choice of onsite facilities. Kids will adore the fantastic pool complexes on most campsites – often complete with the obligatory waterslides! And adults will love the poolside bar and the spa facilities to help them relax in. Sporting activities are also a speciality at Eurocamp campsites. Why not try your hand at tennis or watersports? Enjoy a round of golf or take a leisurely cycle or horse ride to explore the local area. Adventurous family members might want to try their hand at climbing or you can even go skiing at sites located near suitable mountains!
Eurocamp also understand that taking your family to a foreign country can be daunting, so they have English speaking staff to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. They’re a perfect choice for your next family holiday.
Eurocamp is perfect for…
- Families with children of different ages, as Eurocamp have kids’ clubs to suit everybody.
- Active and sporty families, who want to try their hand at a huge range of different activities.
- Families looking to spend quality time together in stunning surroundings.
- Beach loving families, who love to spend time by the water.
- Explorers who want to immerse themselves in the local culture.
- Families who want the convenience of everything being on site.
- Families who want a campsite that’s close to great places for the kids, such as theme and water parks, museums and activity centres.
When to visit Eurocamp
If you want to take full advantage of things like kids’ clubs and evening entertainment, you’ll want to be booking your family holiday for the high season in summer. The downside of this, of course, is that you will pay more for the privilege. Expect to pay from £400 for tents, all the way up to over £1000 for lodges (for a week). If you’re happy to travel outside of high season, you can get some great offers with prices starting for around £130. Another way to spread the cost and save money is to book early. You can book holidays for next year and get up to a 30% discount. Don’t forget to check out our discounts and offers page for further savings!
Eurocamp’s most popular campsites
Set on the stunning Costa Dorada coastline of Spain, this campsite has an amazing pool complex, complete with a lagoon beach! There’s a wonderful onsite spa and fitness centre, entertainment for all the family and the site is only 8km from the amazing PortAventura theme park.
With direct access to a 1km long golden sandy beach, this Costa Dorada campsite is close to both Cambrils and PortAventura theme parks. There’s a brilliant onsite pool complex with waterslides and splash park, along with four bars and two restaurants to keep you fed and watered.
La Croix du Vieux Pont
With a lovely lakeside setting and a stunning pool complex, this site has excellent children’s clubs and is ideally situated for both Paris and the ever-popular Disneyland Paris.
St. Avit Loisirs
Set in the stunning Dordogne region of France, this site is one for water babies! There’s a magnificent pool complex with 6 pools, lazy river, waterslides and a spray ground and the site is close to the River Dordogne if you fancy a spot of canoeing.
Live the Riviera dream at this site, perfectly situated for exploring the glamorous towns of Cannes and St Tropez. On site you’ll find two palm-fringed pool complexes, great entertainment and facilities and free kids’ clubs.
You won’t find many campsites with more spectacular mountain views than this one! Explore the local region with hiking and mountain biking on offer, or take a cable car up to the Pic du Midi Observatory for amazing panoramic views. And, after a day’s sightseeing, you can relax in either the indoor or outdoor pools.
Only 800m from a beautiful sandy beach, this Tuscan campsite is also perfect for a day trip to the island of Elba. There are great onsite restaurants and lively entertainment, as well as an Olympic sized pool alongside three large lagoon pools.
This Costa Brava campsite has a free shuttle bus to the nearest beach but with three pool complexes onsite, you may not feel the need to venture that far. This is a large and lively site with excellent entertainment and plenty of facilities.
Domaine des Ormes
Situated on the site of a 16th century château and a short drive from St Malo Port, this lively site has plenty to keep everyone occupied including a fantastic pool complex and an 18-hole golf course.
La Pointe St-Gilles
This Breton campsite is just a short walk from a gorgeous beach, or you can walk the coastal path to the charming town of Bénodet. There’s an onsite spa and indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a great selection of kids’ clubs.
What kind of holidays do Eurocamp offer?
Eurocamp offer self-catering holidays in 8 European countries, with accommodation including tents, mobile homes and lodges.
Are there any Eurocamp discounts available?
Yes! Please take a look at our Eurocamp discount code page for further information.
What does ‘fully equipped accommodation’ mean?
All Eurocamp accommodation is self-catering, so your kitchen will have essential utensils and crockery for cooking. Bed linen packs are available to hire at all campsites but pre-booking is essential.
Is the accommodation at Eurocamp wheelchair friendly?
Both the Azure and Esprit mobile homes offer wheelchair adapted options.
Are plug sockets British or European?
There can be a mixture of plug sockets, so we recommend you take some plug adapters. These can be purchases at airports, ports and in some supermarkets and chemists.
What travel documents do I need?
British and Irish citizens are required to have a full (10 year) passport to travel abroad. Application forms are available from the Passport Office, the post office or from the Garda (in Ireland). If you are applying for a passport for the first time, you should do this at least six weeks before your holiday.
A European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) entitles you to reduced-cost medical treatment that becomes necessary while you’re in a European Economic Area (EEA) country or Switzerland. This is not a substitute for travel insurance. Information on the EHIC is available at http://www.ehic.org.uk or from your local Department of Health office. You can apply for an EHIC online or by phone on 0300 3301350.
What are the check-in and checkout times for Eurocamp campsites?
You should plan to arrive between 3pm and 8pm, although some campsites (particularly those in Italy) close for a siesta between 12pm and 3pm, so you can’t arrive till after 4pm. Please check when booking.
How do I get to the Eurocamp campsites?
Many people choose to drive to campsites on the continent, and you can cross the English Channel either by ferry or on the Euro Tunnel train. Eurocamp can book these crossings alongside your accommodation. Just call 01606 787125 if you need any help. Alternatively, you may wish to fly (and Eurocamp can also arrange flights!) and arrange an airport transfer to your chosen campsite. Eurocamp work in partnership with Holiday Taxis, who can organise a transfer for you.
I want to take my own car abroad – what preparations do I need to make?
Let your car insurance know that you’re travelling abroad and perform any maintenance checks needed (check tyre tread and pressure, top up oil and water etc.). You will need to buy a headlight adaptor kit to drive on the Continent – these stick over part of your headlight to avoid blinding other drivers when you’re driving on the right. It is compulsory to carry a warning triangle if you are driving in Europe in case of a breakdown or accident. This must be placed 30 metres from the car to warn oncoming traffic. In Spain you also need to place a triangle in front of the car. Hi-vis jackets for all car occupants are legally required in France, Germany, Spain, Austria, Belgium, It is also compulsory to carry a breathalyzer kit in France, and single use kits can be bought at ports.