Travelling through France by campervan
To explore France and its sights with a campervan is ideal. After visiting Paris, Marseille or Toulouse, trundle your vehicle to your next destination. The Mediterranean coast attracts with its wonderful beaches and at the Atlantic coast surfers will get their money's worth. Or just steer your camper on a ferry and visit the island of Corsica!
Holidays in France are always relaxing. In spring you will be delighted by the chestnut blossom in the region's Rhine-Alps and the fragrant lavender fields of the Provence. Winter sports enthusiasts bring their equipment from their campervan comfortably onto the slopes. You can enjoy the regional cuisine at any time of the year!
Wine and waves: Dream routes for campervan voyages through France
No matter which region in France you visit with your campervan: You will find cultural and scenic highlights everywhere. From Nantes you can arrange exciting tours to Brittany. For example, you can rent a campervan and explore France by driving along the coastline. Or you start in Bordeaux and follow the names of the famous wineries, which string together like pearls of a necklace.
At the gates of Rouen, Normandy invites you on a round trip. After a view from the limestone cliffs at Dieppe, you first drive along the "Alabaster Coast", where its lively harbour towns spoil you with delicious fish dishes. From Le Havre you cross the imposing Pont de Normandie bridge to Honfleur with its lively street restaurants and galleries.
- Le Mont St. Michel
We continue along the flower coast with its sophisticated seaside resorts Deauville and Cabourg. After a relaxing stay on the beach you will head for the historic cities of Caen and Bayeux. Experience medieval flair and seafaring romance in Granville before the route takes you to the famous monastery island of Le Mont St. Michel. Crowning conclusion of the tour: a panoramic view from the tower of the abbey church.
Would you like to experience a leisurely tour with full enjoyment? You will find the necessary ingredients in Alsace. The highlight is your visit to Strasbourg. If you are travelling in France with your campervan, you can also head for a variety of attractions away from the crowded wine roads. Beautiful destinations include Cleebourg, Saverne and Wissenbourg. In the tranquil Hunsbach and Seebach half-timbered houses exude a nostalgic flair.