Holidayparks in France

Holiday parks France

Castles, cheeses and croissaints...

Lavender fields, hills and romantic streets full of colourful flowers. Holiday parks in France are very versatile places so book a holiday and discover this fantastic country, famous for its cheese and its delicious croissants.

The territory

The wonderful French territory offers many local products such as wine, cheese, baguettes, croissants and Macarones, but it is also known for its unspoiled natural landscapes. If you are a fan of medieval castles then visit one of the Loire and Dordogne. If you love lavender, sunflower fields, and the high mountains then you have to go to Provence. Vast glaciers, pine forests, wild rivers and lush green valleys dominate the French Alps and you will be fascinated by this enchanting and magical area.

Wine, beaches and sport

Burgundy is famous for its wines, among which are the famous Chardonnay and Champagne. For regular visitors to the beaches, there are the famous seaside resorts of St. Tropez and Nice in the French Riviera, where you can combine the relaxation of the sea with busy shopping streets. If you like sports you will not be able to wait to experience the thrill of canoeing and kayaking in the Normandy region. The Auvergne features volcanoes and valleys, where you can also find some great excursions.

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Culinary Delights

Baked Camembert

Camembert cheese is so good and easy to cook! 
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C. Open the package of Camembert (250 g) and grab the cheese, then place it in its wooden box or carton. Cut the crust with a boxcutter. 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 with breadsticks. 
Perfect as a side dish, appetiser or as a vegetarian main course paired with a crisp salad.