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This summer take advantage of the nice weather to get outside and explore the great outdoors! We have found all the best sites in the EU for a tent and caravan camping, and we want to share them with you!
One of Europe’s top-ranked, this breathtaking lake campsite has areas for hiking, fishing, and canoeing. Explore the nearby forest and take in the cool, clean mountain air while you enjoy your getaway from city life.
Come camp out on one of Italy’s famed stunning white beaches. Certainly, one of the most special camping places in Europe, at this site campers can get lost in the beautiful surrounding nature or just soak up some sun!
This mountain-side camping ground offers amazing views for your outdoor adventure. Campers can fish, swim and go on hiking trails in the Boscodan forest. In the campsite area, there are also play areas for the kids and volleyball courts.
This spacious campground offers 30 camping spots near both a lake and woodlands, which means not only can campers go fishing on their camping holiday but also there is an option to go food foraging in the forest. The campground is also dog-friendly and has cycling paths.
With a huge grove of olive trees and views of the Bay of Laganas from the tent site, Tartaruga deserves the title of one of the best campsites in Europe. You can snorkel with the loggerhead turtles or relax on the beach. Watch the sunset as you enjoy the local fisherman’s catch at the small campground restaurant.
For a luxury camping experience, or “glamping” head to this beautiful bay to watch the boats glide by as you take advantage of the many activities offered by the campground, such as horseback riding, surfing, waterskiing and more. While you can camp with a tent, there is also an option to rent a cabin for your stay.
Located on the Lynn Peninsula, this campsite is arguably one of the most impressive UK campsites. Surrounded by Snowdonian peaks, this beach attracts surfers and trekkers alike.
For those interested in roughing it in the wild far from civilization, this is for you! While it is generally illegal in most of Europe, Sweden and Norway are the exceptions. Free camping is considered the right of every man and woman in Norway, and in Sweden, you are free to camp anywhere outside of town for a maximum of two days. The Langøyere Island, Sagnsvann Lake, and Lofoten Islands are some of the most popular wild camping areas in Norway.
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