This article was written on behalf of Springfield Camping.
Anyone who has been to France will agree that the country is incredibly vast. There are all those well-known towns and cities dotted across the land to visit, as well as picturesque coastlines that stretch as far as the eye can see.
However, the countryside scenes of France could be its most magical part, capped off by the country’s segment of the Pyrenees Mountains – the mountain range stretches across the border into Spain.
Discover the wonder of the Pyrenees that has captivated generations of holidaymakers by camping in one of these exceptional campsites nestled along the glorious mountain range.
With this in mind, make sure you’re well prepared with tents, sleeping bags and head torches to help you enjoy a great camping experience. Springfield Camping covers all bases, even outdoor clothing, and can be delivered within 24 hours if you discover there’s something vital you’re missing before you set off on your French adventure.
Conveniently placed between the city of Toulouse and the Dordogne – two places that are well worth a visit during your stay in this part of France – Les Hauts d’Albas is located in the Midi-Pyrenees region.
As a result, you are more than likely to enjoy glorious weather during the majority of your camping holiday, especially if you travel throughout the sweltering summer months.
When you are not lying back and catching the sun’s rays, there are opportunities to get your adrenaline up by hiking, cycling or even rafting along the many gorges, mountain peaks and valleys located around this delightful part of the Pyrenees.
Located almost next door to the ancient village of Comminges, Camping Pre Fixe is the ideal campsite in France if you just want to relax in peace and forget about your worries.
The site itself offers you the opportunity to either holiday in a tent, luxury lodge or exquisite chalet, while a swimming pool and tennis courts will keep both parents and children entertained for hours.
However, you would be missing out if you did not take a day or two out of your relaxing getaway to hike across the Mid-Pyrenees Mountains that surrounds Camping Pre Fixe. Le Bistro – the campsite’s exclusive restaurant and bar – will be open and ready to serve you up some culinary delights at the end of your trek.
While the previous two campsites we have detailed have been based in Mid-Pyrenees, La Solane is tucked away deep into the Pyrenees Mountains.
In fact, the campsite is nestled so far into the mountain range that your tent will be pitched to look out across the nearby Spanish border and even a few of the peaks that rise up in Spain itself.
You won’t want to spend your entire stay just looking out across to Spain though. La Solane itself plays host to enchanting woods and a picturesque river that snakes it way around the campsite.
Then there is La Solane’s unique treehouse – a structure that is found on a 250-year-old chestnut tree that is able to house up to 6 guests upon request.