The campsite is still very popular in Europe. The campsite is known as a type of accommodation that allows you to disconnect from everyday life. Couples, friends and families love camping in tents or caravans, as these places are often very comfortable and located in regions with strong tourist attractions. And then there are the mobile homes, which are real little houses fully equipped and where you can find a little bit of home, for the most demanding. Two destinations remain places that welcome a large number of campers as soon as the fine weather arrives: France and Spain. So to all those who are still hesitating where to spend their future summer holidays, the answer may well be below.

Why is camping still so successful in France?

In the summer, many globe-trotters come and pitch their tents at French campsites, close to families. France has many well-equipped structures. There are shady pitches, mobile homes when you want to sleep in a real bed, and also facilities that make everyday life easier such as a grocery shop or restaurant. Children can go swimming in the water areas and play safely while parents get to know and get to know the neighbours. In short, camping in the summertime in France is the ideal place to slow down the weather and relax

Moreover, France is renowned for the variety of its landscapes and in Europe, it is notably a destination of choice for all those who want to enjoy the joys of the beach. For example, you can reach the campsites on the Atlantic coast and discover the long stretches of beaches in the Pays de la Loire and their 100% iodised air, such as at Longleville-sur-Mer. In the south, the Mediterranean coast offers the advantage of not having to worry about the vagaries of the weather. Whether you head for French Catalonia or further east on the Côte d'Azur, the sun is out almost all the time, and all you have to do is enjoy long sessions of sunbathing and swimming in crystal-clear, pleasantly warm water

Spain, its sun and Mediterranean vivacity

Spain is the other destination where the campsites fill up very quickly when the weather is nice. No wonder when you know that when you do it right you can enjoy great rates and direct access to the beach. This is also the joy of camping, being open to all budgets. In what is considered one of the most popular countries for summer holidays in Europe, it's obvious to highlight its warm, sunny climate and its lively atmosphere that brings people of all backgrounds together. Among the selection of popular campsites in Spain are those on the Costa Brava. This part of Spain is located in the north-east of the country and offers a wide range of activities: beaches of course, but also water parks, botanical gardens, nature parks for walking, charming fishing villages and cities with a remarkable heritage such as Barcelona and Girona. Further south, it is the Valencian Community that awaits campers who wish to venture into the coastal plains and mountainous areas of the hinterland. Between patron saint festivals, small country villages and bustling cities like Valencia and Benidorm, time never seems to be long enough to soak up all the atmosphere!

And then there are those who wish to push on to Andalusia. Why not stop for a while in the charming town of Conil de la Frontera. Like most of the cities found in the famous southern region of Spain, you'll marvel at its architecture that breathes its Muslim past, before venturing into the hinterland to discover the vineyards. And on the long beaches that have been shaped by the Atlantic Ocean, you can play on the sand with the children and adjust your mask and snorkel to conquer the extremely rich marine life.