Where to go camping in Europe as a family
2/7 Bot-Conan Lodge, Brittany, France
Arriving at Bot-Conan Lodge you’ll feel the stresses of everyday life melt away in an instant. Tranquil, secluded and unspoilt, this campsite is a real gem – one of Brittany’s best-kept secrets. The glamping tents blend seamlessly into their woodland surrounding, but it’s the quite cove and crystal-clear waters of the beach, just metres away, that is the biggest draw. The sea, with its shallow waters and no strong currents or big waves, is perfect for children to paddle, while you relax and take in the mesmerising views. The campsite is fenced, so it’s safe for the kids to explore while you cook up a storm on the barbecue pit. There’s plenty to see and do in the local area, like canoeing and cycling, and the annual ‘Festival of the Apple Trees’ held every July, is a must for cider connoisseurs.
Price: From approx. £50 a night in bell tent (sleeps 4) and £87 in a safari tent (sleeps 5)