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france camping« on: June 11 2006 13:06:00 »
looking to drive down to the atlantic coast last week in july for 17 days, with my good lady and 5yr old daughter, heading as south as i can then cruzing up the coast during the holiday. my concern is with regard to the camping, do i need to pre book or will there be plenty space available and any good places to visit when its flat!
RE: france camping« Reply #1 on: June 16 2006 05:06:00 »
We're travelling in the camper with two kids and one wife. All the campsites are seeming really full with no vacancies on the phone. Really hoping that we can find others locally with space. Does any body know if there is generally masses of capacity on the south west of france?
RE: france camping« Reply #2 on: June 18 2006 14:06:00 »
Yeh its quiet untill the second week of July then it goes crazy
RE: france camping« Reply #3 on: August 02 2006 21:08:00 »
i was there in july and august last year in a camper ,and its really hard to get a spot in the camping grounds in hossagor ,really cool camp ground though.,but right beside it is a place for campers to park for 4 euro a night its pretty good there, i counted 70 campers in there one night,so its a good idea as we found out to arrive there as the gates open for the night at around 5 oclock to get a good flat spot,it closes for the daytime,so you cant hang there for the day,,but good luck even though its busy there at that time of year its stiil great