7nt French or Italian Eurocamp Break for up to 6 from £49 at Wowcher (Travel not included)
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7nt French or Italian Eurocamp Break for up to 6 from £49 at Wowcher (Travel not included)

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Found 11th Apr 2016
Good prices fro a break away in the sun! From £49 (with Eurocamp) for a seven-night self-catered camping break in France or Italy for a family of up to six at one of seven locations.

Here's the breakdown and availability:
- £49 in September (£8.17 p.p based on 6 sharing)
- £59 in April/May/June (£9.83 p.p based on 6 sharing)
- £179 in July (£29.83 p.p based on 6 sharing)
- £299 in August (£49.83 p.p based on 6 sharing)
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• Enjoy a seven-night break in France or Italy for a family of six with Eurocamp (excludes transport).
• Stay at one of seven locations, which typically feature pools, kids' clubs and evening entertainment.
• Relax in a two or three-bed tent, complete with double beds, kitchen storage, hobs and electrical outlets.
• Parcs located close to beaches, lakes and areas of outstanding beauty - perfect for activities with the whole family!
• Outdoor activities include watersports, tennis, archery, table tennis, volleyball and boules.
• Valid for travel 1st Apr-30th Sep 2016 (see Fine Print for details)

Edited by: "millarcat" 11th Apr 2016
Can you take dogs?
Tent?
I don't get this. So I buy a. Voucher for £49 and then book up and at checkout add the code these guys send. Will it then be nothing or just take off £145 of the price. Don't make sense. If you go in high season does it still cost £49. A bit misleading.
Eurocamp holidays are fabulous they have some really great sites and make for a really affordable family holiday.

They have tents or static mobile homes of varying sizes, we have done both and both are good and we have also staying in one of their Safari tents which were lovely.
N1Andy

Tent?



I stayed at a similar place in Vendee a number of years ago. Tent is basic, but dry, cold at night and usual bugs running about. We stayed in August and the weather was good, wouldn't stay in a tent again though. Haven't been to france since the Euro dropped in the exchange rate. It was a constant 1.44 for years.
Plus £46.50 worth of surcharges (look under fine print)
Alot of unanswered questions.
Like. What happens if the week/campsite you need is full?
Edited by: "waitingfordeals" 11th Apr 2016
Vendee is a fantastic part of France and weather tends to be very good as it is reasonably close to Spain. The best crossing is Portsmouth to Caen or maybe St Marlo but will cost around £250 plus you would need to factor in an overnight stop unless you plan on travelling for at least 10 hours even if you live close to Portsmouth. All that is part of the fun for me but it would spoil it for some people. All in all a good deal though, heat added.
ysdevil

Plus £46.50 worth of surcharges (look under fine print)



"£12.50 surcharge for single pack of linen and towel hire.
£18.50 surcharge for double pack of linen and towel hire.
Families of four will have to purchase one double and two single packs."

wording is ambiguous at best .
evil_soup

Vendee is a fantastic part of France and weather tends to be very good as … Vendee is a fantastic part of France and weather tends to be very good as it is reasonably close to Spain. The best crossing is Portsmouth to Caen or maybe St Marlo but will cost around £250 plus you would need to factor in an overnight stop unless you plan on travelling for at least 10 hours even if you live close to Portsmouth. All that is part of the fun for me but it would spoil it for some people. All in all a good deal though, heat added.



Vendee has a microclimate and is 2nd sunniest part of France after the Med Coast in the south

Its not really close to Spain,the part the parks are in is classed as Northern France

Yes St Malo is closest french port BUT the crossing is 8-10 hours depending on ferry,its a 6 hour drive from calais if you can drive properly or about 5 from (Newhaven ) Dieppe.

Its 400 miles (roughly) from Calais,If you need an overnight stop you should FLY instead.
evil_soup

Vendee is a fantastic part of France and weather tends to be very good as … Vendee is a fantastic part of France and weather tends to be very good as it is reasonably close to Spain. The best crossing is Portsmouth to Caen or maybe St Marlo but will cost around £250 plus you would need to factor in an overnight stop unless you plan on travelling for at least 10 hours even if you live close to Portsmouth. All that is part of the fun for me but it would spoil it for some people. All in all a good deal though, heat added.



The BEST crossing is Poole to St Malo !!!
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