Tag: Favourites

Tips Best Campfire Recipes

Best Campfire Recipes

Here at HomeCamper‘s HQ we love cooking outdoors, there is something very special about camp cooking and feeling like a real “outdoor chef”. Eating outdoors is also great fun for all the family and there are plenty of stress free tasty dishes that are simple to cook. Whether you have a Weber BBQ or something simpler, …

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Tips Beachlife; Best beaches to explore in France

Beachlife; Best beaches to explore in France

Just a hop, skip and jump from the UK on the Eurotunnel or the ferries, you don’t have to head far to find fabulous beaches. From the Côte D’Azur to Brittany, France has a fantastic array of beaches for families, dog walkers, divers, surfers, naturists and happy HomeCampers! Best for watersports: Plage de l’Almanarre, Hyères, …

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Tips French Festivals this August!

French Festivals this August!

On your next HomeCamper holiday around France, will you be visiting any of these spectacular cultural festivals?! We’ve put together a guide to some of the most varied summer events across France, as well as suggestions of nearby HomeCamper gardens where you can lay your head after a busy day (and night) enjoying the festivities! …

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Travel Culture and History when Camping in Normandy

Culture and History when Camping in Normandy

As one of the most Northern regions of France, Normandy is one of the closest and most accessible parts of the country for British campers. Particularly in the summer, the weather is perfect for a HomeCamper continental getaway! As well as enjoy the contemporary surroundings of beaches and pastoral countryside, visitors to Normandy will find …

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Travel En route to the Mont Saint Michel !

En route to the Mont Saint Michel !

The island commune of Mont Saint Michel lies about half a mile off Normandy’s north-western coast, and attracts more than three million visitors each year. We’ve made you a list of 5 things to know before you visit on your next Northern France HomeCamper holiday. The island town gets its name from the monastery which …

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Travel Lose yourself in the history of St Malo…

Lose yourself in the history of St Malo…

St Malo is the historic town on the Northern coast of Brittany, easily accessible from the UK by ferry. As well as the ‘Intra-Muros’ Medieval walled town area, it boasts stunning beaches and two beautiful islands, ‘Grand Be’ and ‘Petit Be’ which can be visited on foot at low tide. The colourful history of the …

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Travel Favourites: Toulouse, ”la vie en rose”

Favourites: Toulouse, ”la vie en rose”

“Ô Toulouse”, sang Claude Nougaro about his hometown which is the third most tourist city in France, welcoming more than 5 million tourists each year. The “Pink City” is attractive by its dynamism and its history. Heritage enthusiasts, on their way to the Pyrenees or to Spain, interested in aeronautics and the conquest of space …

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Travel Favourites: Bordeaux, an Art of Living

Favourites: Bordeaux, an Art of Living

In France as elsewhere, everyone knows Bordeaux for its sumptuous wines; According to Bernard Pivot, Bordeaux is even “considered the world’s first vineyard *”! But how well do you know the City of Bordeaux? If you like picturesque streets, unusual places, monuments laden with history, little restaurants, good wines and conviviality, then Bordeaux is made for you! This …

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