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The Best Campsites in France

Details of over 1,100 of the best camping and caravanning sites in France, including Corsica, each individually inspected and selected by our small team.


Publication Year: 2016

Total Pages: 544

What's Inside

  • Covers all regions of France including Corsica.
  • Tourist information on the regions of France and tourist attractions.
  • Independent reviews on over 1,100 campsites in France.
  • Guide to travelling in France.
  • GPS coordinates for most campsites in France.
  • Full colour layout, indexed by region & nearest town, with colour maps.
  • Town/Village index.
  • Mobile home & chalet feature with full colour photos and descriptions.
  • Readers booking service for campsite reservations and ferry bookings.

This informative guide to quality camping and caravanning sites in France is a regular best-seller. Featuring all kinds of campsites in France, this guide to French campsites is a must for anyone seeking that perfect French campsite.

Available in Digital format only.

There are over 11,000 campsites in France of varying quality: this guide contains impartially written reports on 1,118, including many of the very finest, each being individually inspected and selected. We aim to provide you with a selection of the best, rather than information on all – in short, a more selective, qualitative approach. New, improved maps and indexes are also included, designed to help you find the choice of campsite that’s right for you.

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Mr Fox
"More comprehensive than other guides"

I have used Alan Rogers for several years. The campsite descriptions are more comprehensive than other guides.


Mark C
"Campsite guide."

Best there is, I would recommend this book to anyone wishing to camp in France especially if you like a bit of quality and don't want to end up staying at a smelly, unclean site, I have used previous copies but would not but one every year. It arrived well packed and it good value.


Sailing by
"Useful French campsite guide"

Used this guide for a French camp touring holiday this summer. We booked the first site before setting off but didn't want to have a rigid timetable for the rest of the time, so this guide was very useful - the information it contains is available on t'Internet at home, but you can't always find WiFi when you need it abroad, and roaming costs a fortune - so paper won the day! Seemed quite comprehensive, clear layout, we liked the maps indicating regional site location (because that's what you need when touring) gave the information we needed. Worth the money!


"French campsites"

A very good guide to campsites in France - informative, and once you've cracked the mapping, easy to use.
An invaluable guide for those who like to move around, especially out of season.


G. Pusey
"Lots of info"

This book really has a lot of detailed info on so many campsites in both small towns and big cities. Will use it later on this year when we go camping around France for 2 weeks, then I'll know if the info is correct:) I'm not sure this book is 100% what we're after, as we're looking more for cheap camping. This book is an overview over the best, and that doesn't always mean cheap. But for families with kids I think this book would be great. Still, I think we'll use it quite a lot.


Mr. D. Lewis
"Good Read"

Need I say anything, any book by Alan Rogers on campsites are a really honest guide to good sites. I have used them over the years and have never been disappointed.


"Useful guide"

I bought this guide while planning a long camping trip to France with my family. I've booked our pitches but wanted to have a guide with me in case we wanted to move on a whim, so that I could phone ahead and see where there were vacancies at other campsites. Initially I looked at 'Cool Camping France' and it just didn't have enough campsites listed in there for our needs. Then I looked at the AA guide to camping in France. It had masses of campsites listed, far more than this Alan Rogers guide, but there was so little detail about each site. Also when I read online reviews of the ones listed by the AA guide, some of them sounded awful, which made me distrust the guide. The Alan Rogers guide seems like a happy medium for me and the independent reviews in this book seem to be backed up by similar comments on online review sites.