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We chose this campsite because we thought it was within walking distance of Langres, which it is – just. Langres stands on top of a limestone promontory, while the campsite is next to a lake down below so, while the town is within walking distance (about 7km), it is a long hike up the hill. We...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
This campsite makes a good stopping point on the way to or from the port of Bilbao. It has been improved since our first visit in 2009, so we will use it again. The touring pitches are scattered in among seasonal pitches, or there is a large grass area at the far end of the site. Facilities are...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
Stroud Hill Park, an adult only site is a quiet rural campsite located on the edge of the farm with 23 acres of woodland that offer habitat for birds and other wildlife. The site has been awarded five pennants by the AA, it has won a ‘Loo of the Year’ award and ‘Restaurant of the Year 2007’.    ...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
  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

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