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  Camping du Bois de Reveuge attracted our attention in the ACSI Guide: you save money if you use the sites out of season by using their camping card. The month of June was rather wet in France (though not as wet as in England) so we were pleased that the pitches all had a gravel hardstanding....
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
We stopped on this site overnight en route to the south of Spain; it make a convenient halt, located as it is about halfway between Madrid and Jaen (south of Madrid). The campsite boasts all the usual facilities, including a swimming pool that’s open in the summer. There is a small shop but it wasn...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
This is a great campsite just 24 miles from Calais, making it a good place to spend your first night or two in France.   The pitches look quite small, however on closer inspection most are adequate for motorhomes, albeit they are all on grass. You can choose (as we did in June 2007) not to take an...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
Our first site in the south of Spain. It’s a very large campsite with pitches that vary in size and fifty per cent taken up with seasonal units. Facilities were clean and reception very friendly. The swimming pool was open but it was a little cool in January so we didn’t use it. The campsite is...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
Domaine d’Inly in southern Brittany is part of the Yellow Village group. The large pitches (all grass) circle a central water point, each area being given a name to identify it. The only down side of this site while we were there was that we had to carry the chemical toilet to the motorhome...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am

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