Camping holidays for couples and families give everyone the chance to get close to nature and really explore the outdoors and are especially popular for the budget-conscious holidaymaker.
With most camping holidays offering sleeping options of a chalet, bungalow or a tent; and a wide range of activities there is always something for everyone.
France is a perennial favourite for camping holidays, being easily accessible with thousands of well-equipped campsites. The Vendee region, Gascony, the Dordogne and Brittany are all fantastic destinations and some of the available locations our partners specialise in.
Browse our Travel Partners below to find the perfect camping holiday to destinations across Europe.
The art of luxurious camping is taking up residence in New Zealand. Travellers can now say goodbye to packing the car and putting up a tent and hello to sleeping beneath a starry night-sky and waking to the dawn chorus of native bird song without having to lift a finger.
Today, the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) has granted Gold Tier Dark Sky Park status to the combined areas of Northumberland National Park and Kielder Water & Forest Park, covering nearly 1,500 square kilometres between Hadrian's Wall and the Scottish border.
The haunting dancing green light of the Aurora Borealis, which lights up the Arctic skies in winter, is a sight that is on many a traveller’s ‘bucket list’. But where - and how - is the best way to see it? We’ve picked out five fantastic ways to witness this incredible natural phenomena for aurora-hunters who like to do things a little differently.
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When it comes to enjoying the great outdoors, there is no experience quite like camping. However, what are the various benefits of tents and trailer tents when planning a break in the open air?
If you are looking for UK holidays that will keep the whole family entertained you really can't go wrong with pitching a tent in one of Wales' numerous camping grounds.
France is a fantastic country for a family holiday thanks to its wealth of accommodation options and stunning scenery. While its countryside is perfect for an affordable camping break, you can also enjoy this type of getaway in the city of Toulouse.
A caravan holiday in Wales can offer something for everyone, so whether you're looking to be close to the beach or are keen to soak up the country's vast history, the numerous camping and caravanning sites that are located here can accommodate your every need.
There are a number of places which are an absolute must-see on a trip to a hostel in Barcelona, but ahead of this year's World Cup a holiday to the Spanish city this summer should certainly include a visit to Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona FC.
If you're looking for ideas for UK family holiday short breaks this summer, a trip to Shell Island in Wales might be one possible option. Shell Island is the biggest campsite in the UK and one of the largest in Europe, and is located on the coast of Snowdonia - meaning that it offers fantastic views of some of Wales's most beautiful countryside.