Ardennen Camping Bertrix is set amidst the stunning Ardennes region, nestled between the picturesque towns of Bouillon and Bastogne. Explore the vast stretches of untouched forests, undulating hills and the Ardennes Mountain range.
At the camp site, you'll have access to superb facilities, so that you can enjoy true comfort on your holiday in this stunning region of Belgium.
Fantastic facilities When you are not out exploring the surrounding landscapes, children will be kept entertained on the playground and heated outdoor pool. Meanwhile, you can stretch out on a sun lounger and watch the world go by. Whether you fancy a barbecue at the campsite or dinner in the on-site restaurant, dining at Ardennen Camp Bertrix is a pleasure. You can also make a trip to one of the charming nearby towns. Bertrix is the closest, being home to many restaurants serving local and international fare. Enjoy a few rounds of table tennis, or play football and tennis on the sports field. Head to the nearby stream to take part in canoeing, and horse ride through the beautiful woods. With so many great recreation options, the whole family can experience a truly memorable holiday.
Enjoy comfort and convenience The holiday accomodation at Ardennen Camping Bertrix features a kitchen and comfortable living area, while there's a mini-market on site so you can easily stock up on necessities. The mobile homes have their own terrace and garden furniture, so you dine al fresco while soaking up the sunshine.
Adventures in the Ardennes Venture out to Wildlife Park Bouillon, situated a mere 22 km away from Ardennen Camping Bertrix. Home to over 500 animals across 90 species, including giraffes, brown bears and baboons, it is sure to delight children and adults alike. Around 35 km away and accessible by car or train, the Caves of Han offer a unique day out. Explore these atmospheric caves by boat and on foot, and marvel at the prehistoric stalactites and stalagmites, elegantly lit by led lights. For more subterranean adventures, visit Au Coeur de l'Ardoise. Explore this former slate mine at your leisure or take an informative guided tour. You can even take home a piece of slate as a souvenir. The picturesque town of Bouillon, set by the serene Semois River, is well worth a visit and can be reached in less than 30 minutes. Highlights here include the magnificent Bouillon Castle and the expansive Ducal Museum. Book your next summer holiday with Campingselection and access these exciting attractions and more.
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