Once you have been to France you will want to go again! Whether it’s to see the mountains, lakes, rivers or the sea, in each region there are beautiful and friendly campsites.
A holiday on a French campsite will of course begin with crusty French bread and croissants. After that it depends on your destination. Walk along rugged cliffs on the Normandy coast or canoe on the Ardèche River. You will experience the most beautiful beach days on the Cote d'Azur and you can finally get round to reading that book whilst enjoying a drink under your parasol. Take a stroll along the promenade and gaze across the sea.
In the Alps the gigantic mountain peaks and raging rivers are breathtaking! You don’t have to go there to enjoy the beautiful scenery; you can just simply admire it from the beach on one of the dark blue mountain lakes. France is also the land of purple lavender fields and small markets with French delicacies in picturesque villages. With vineyards next to beautiful campsites, come and taste the wine for yourself and enjoy the good life.
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Population: 65.4 million
Area: 674,843 km ²
Highest point: Mont Blanc 4,810 m
Camembert cheese is so good and easy to cook!
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C. Open the package of Camembert (250 g) and discard the cheese, then place it in its wooden box or carton. With a boxcutter affect the white crust. Try to push the garlic, cut into strips to the bottom and sprinkle with cheese and sprigs of rosemary oil. Put in the oven for about 15 to 20 minutes.
Serve with bread sticks or small pieces of bread topped with sprigs of rosemary, olive oil and a pinch of sea salt.
Tip: warm slightly in the oven breadsticks.
Perfect as a side dish, appetiser or as a vegetarian main course paired with a crisp salad.