Camping at a small campsite in Germany
Germany has a surprising amount to offer for lovers of small-scale camping. There is a great diversity of landscapes and a lot of nature. There are mountains, vast meadows, forests and rivers such as the Rhine and the Moselle. There are also beautiful hilly landscapes such as in the Eifel. Here you can make beautiful cycling and walking tours. But Germany is more than just nature. There are nice towns to visit and cultural excursions. Think of historic cities such as Trier or bustling large cities such as Cologne. And not to mention castles. You will not find more castles in any country in the world than in Germany. Lovers of nature and culture are in the right place in this country. The hospitality of the owners will make your holiday on a mini campsite in Germany complete.
Mini campsites in the countryside of France
Camping with a view over the vineyards. Where better than in France? Small campsites in France can often be found in the countryside, close to a picturesque village. Here you can buy sandwiches at the boulangerie or shop at the local market. In the country known for wine, baguette and cheese, you can really relax for a while. The only effort you can think of is that of the cycling and walking tours that you can make in the vicinity of the campsite. Or during a game of jeu de boules of course. Yet France is certainly not boring. The breathtaking landscapes and nature will amaze you every day and there is also plenty to do on a cultural level. In short, come and relax in France on a cozy mini campsite while enjoying a good glass of wine and French cheese!
Discover the beautiful nature of the Czech Republic
The impressive nature of the Czech Republic is the reason for many holidaymakers to go camping here. Nowhere else can you enjoy the Czech nature better than on a mini campsite, in the middle of the forest or right on the water. Go hiking or cycling through the forests, hills and mountains. A visit to one of the old castles in the Czech Republic appeals to many children. The capital Prague also almost looks like a fairytale. It is bursting with history and a city trip is therefore very worthwhile. Do not forget to visit the city in the evening. All old buildings are then beautifully lit. Did you know that the lager comes from the Czech Republic? Of course, a taste of culture cannot be skipped if you go camping at a small campsite in the Czech Republic.