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    Any good campsites in Northern France?

    Hi all

    I'd really appreciate any advice anyone has as to decent campsites in Picardy. We are going there in our Romahome in June this year, two adults, no kids, possibly a dog (though we're toying with the idea of leaving her behind this year - she doesn't know yet tho ) We like quiet places and the sea, and woods, and maybe a small town or two to visit and wander about in. Any advice would be MUCH appreciated.

    We're willing to travel a bit further for something special, too.
    Last edited by Noosner; 28-03-2012, 17:48. Reason: forgot to say something

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    Have you got any part of Picardy that you are thinking about, there are loads of campsites but many of the municipals only open for July and August. You could also spend the odd night on a camping car aire (NOT on the Autoroute though).

    there are 2 web sites to look at
    http://www.campingfrance.com/UK/ and
    http://www.campingcar-infos.com/index1.htm

    Peter

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      Noosner

      Picardie has a reasonably small coastline as you can see from the municipal locations in that area

      http://www.camping-municipal.org/picardie-camping.htm

      You may want to get an ACSI book from Vicarious Books and use the card at maximum 16 Euros a night. We have stayed inland at Chateau de Drancourt a couple of times but is very expensive without the ACSI card.

      http://www.eurocampings.co.uk/en/eur...ncourt-100235/

      If you are willing to travel about 80 miles further down, one of our favourite places, again with an ACSI card is Honfleur. Lovely harbour town with Saturday market.
      We stay at La Briquerie, lovely site with Free Wi-Fi and particularly excellent shower block. Walk is 25 mins to town,(uphill on the way back) although there is a very large Motorhome parking area restricted to 4 hours max in town. Also lovely views of the Pont de Normandie and handily large Intermarche next door.
      Going back early July.

      http://www.campinglabriquerie.com/en/


      Tony Anchorman
      Last edited by anchorman; 29-03-2012, 10:22.

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