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Enjoy your next camping holiday with access to great pubs and bars


Once you’ve arrived at your campsite, pitched your tent and spent the day exploring, swimming or hiking in the great outdoors, there’s nothing better than heading to the local pub for a drink. You will find plenty of campsites near pubs and bars in France where you can relax with a cold beer or glass of wine and order a meal. Some bars and pubs are located within the campsite or a short walk away, so you can chill by the pool in the tranquil surroundings before strolling to the bar or bistro at the end of the day.
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Some of the very best pub-friendly campsites in France

Image of Camping & Spa CAP SOLEIL
Hérault, Occitanie

Camping & Spa CAP SOLEIL

star star star star
Good 7,9 5 reviews
  • 3 Pools
  • Water park
  • Covered pool
  • Kids club
  • Teenage club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Minimarket
€38 Price for 1 night
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Image of Camping Plage du Dramont
Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

Camping Plage du Dramont

star star star star
Super 8,7 275 reviews
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • Kids club
  • Teenage club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Sea
  • Food store
  • Minimarket
€51 Price for 1 night
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Image of Camping Sandaya Séquoia Parc
Charente-Maritime, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Camping Sandaya Séquoia Parc

star star star star star
Good 7,5 15 reviews
  • 5 Pools
  • Water park
  • Covered pool
  • Kids club
  • Baby club
  • Teenage club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
€55 Price for 1 night
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Image of Camping Valenty
Lot, Occitanie

Camping Valenty

star star
Fabulous 9,3 29 reviews
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • Bar
  • In the countryside
  • Forest location
  • Food store
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Pets allowed
€20 Price for 1 night
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Image of Castel Parc de Fierbois
Indre-et-Loire, Centre Val de Loire

Castel Parc de Fierbois

star star star star star
Good 7,2 465 reviews
  • 2 Pools
  • Covered pool
  • Kids club
  • Teenage club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Close to lake
  • In the countryside
€99 Price for 1 night
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Image of Castel Whaka Lodge - Lifestyle Natur...
Gers, Occitanie

Castel Whaka Lodge - Lifestyle Natur...

star star star star
Very good 8,2 107 reviews
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • Kids club
  • Bar
  • Close to lake
  • In the countryside
  • On the Waterfront
  • Forest location
  • Food store
€90 Price for 1 night
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Image of Camping Audinac les Bains
Ariège, Occitanie

Camping Audinac les Bains

star star star
Fabulous 9,1 153 reviews
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • Kids club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • In the countryside
  • Food shop
  • Food store
  • Minimarket
€28 Price for 1 night
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Image of Camping du Domaine de Senaud
Drôme, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Camping du Domaine de Senaud

star star star
Fabulous 9,0 129 reviews
  • 1 Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • In the countryside
  • Minimarket
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Wifi
  • Pets allowed
€30 Price for 1 night
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Image of Flower Camping Le Lac aux Oiseaux
Aveyron, Occitanie

Flower Camping Le Lac aux Oiseaux

star star star star
Super 8,7 175 reviews
  • 2 Pools
  • Water park
  • Covered pool
  • Kids club
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Close to lake
  • In the countryside
€50 Price for 1 night
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Unmissable highlights when you’re camping in France

Pack your bags, pitch your tent and discover the wonders of France on your next camping adventure.

Spend time by the seaside

For many families, an idyllic holiday means camping by the beach and swimming in the sea. There are plenty of campsites along the French coastline, which spans over 2,500 miles from the warm Mediterranean to the surf beaches and peaceful coves along the Atlantic, such as Île Vierge in Brittany.

Indulge in French cuisine

French gastronomy is one of the best things about camping in France. Cafés and bistros offer a great variety with unique specialties in each region. Order a croque monsieur for a quick lunch, or a slow-cooked cassoulet for dinner. Finish every meal with local cheese, such as creamy Brie and tangy Roquefort.

Go hiking with your family

Lace up your hiking boots, grab your water bottle and take a hike through the lush forests, picturesque river valleys and dramatic mountain ranges of France’s national parks. You can find walks for all ages, from quiet rambles to demanding trails, including the clifftop walks of Calanques National Park and the megaliths of Armorique Regional Natural Park.

Browse the local markets

Join the locals at the village market and stock up your camp kitchen with locally-grown produce, fruit and vegetables. For a ready-to-go picnic, fill your basket with fresh bread, cheese and charcuterie (cold, cooked meats), a punnet of seasonal strawberries and a bottle of wine.

Visit museums and galleries

Art galleries and museums offer intriguing insights into the history and culture of any camping region. Take a drive to galleries and museums close to your campsite to see exhibitions about local history as well as artworks from the impressionists to the avant-garde. National history museums are usually popular with the whole family.

Time for an aperitif

Apero hour is the French equivalent of happy hour. Head to a nearby bistro, bar or café before the sun goes down for a pre-dinner drink with the locals. Kir and pastis are popular aperitifs, but you won’t feel out of place with a glass of robust Merlot, aromatic Sauvignon blanc or silky Champagne.

Surf’s up

The Atlantic coast of France is home to some of the country’s top surf spots, including legendary Biarritz, popular Lacanau beaches on the Côte d’Argent (Silver Coast) and the big-wave surf beaches of Guéthary. If you prefer to watch the pros in action, some of the most prestigious surf competitions are held annually on the west coast.

Remarkable World Heritage

France is home to over 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which are places of important cultural and natural significance. Take a day trip to see outstanding historical and architectural attractions, including the Pont du Gard aqueduct, the revered terroir of Burgundy and the opulent palace and gardens of Versailles.

Top reasons for camping near pubs in France

When you’re planning a camping holiday in France, book a campsite near a pub, so you can easily pop in for a drink or meal.

Convenient location

Reserving a campsite within walking distance from a pub or bar means you can enjoy a drink or meal without having to drive. Whether you’re in the mood for a bistro lunch and a glass of wine, or a cold beer before dinner, the convenience of having a bar or pub nearby is second to none for comfortable camping.

Drink and dine

Drinking and dining go hand-in-hand in French culture and many bars and pubs also serve food. Cafés generally serve light refreshments, such as sandwiches, salads and platters of cheese and charcuterie, while bistros offer casual home-style cooking for a moderate price.

Spend time with your family

Camping trips are the perfect way to connect with your family and take your mind off work or school. At the end of a leisurely day picnicking at your favourite spot, swimming in the sea with the kids or exploring the beautiful surroundings, take a stroll to the pub near your campsite for a drink and meal to truly unwind.

Make new friends

Bistros and bars near campsites are a great place to socialise with fellow campers and locals. Whether you’re travelling as a couple or with your family, you can meet new people and get tips about local attractions. Exchange travel tales, learn about new cultures and make lifelong friends.

Take a break

While you’re exploring the local villages and towns in France, stopping for a drink at a bistro or café is a great way to relish the moment. Order a coffee or a glass of wine and read your book, or sit down at a table outside and engage in the art of people-watching.

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