campsite in south west France?

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  1. june123

    june123 Read Only Funster

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    We usually treat ourselves to two or three nights on a "proper" campsite on our annual trip to France. Can anyone recommend a municipal or private site below Bordeaux and in the south west/midi pyrenees. Not too remote please. Preferably walking/cycling distance to a village/town or with a handy busstop. Flat cycling along canal or river would be nice too.

    Not a lot to ask of you knowledgeable lot is it?
     
  2. elamessa

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    Can recommend St Jean de Luz there are 3 campsites just to the north of the town virtually on the beach and a great walk along the cliff tops to the town or 15 minutes along main road.

    Co-ords N43.40561 W1.64216 or N43 24.337 W1 38.529 or check the ACSI book.

    Have fun.
     
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  3. Phill D

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    Campsite Le Camp de Florence ****
    32480 La Romieu (Midi-Pyrénées)
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    N 43° 58' 57.8" E 0° 30' 6.4"


    lovely site with flat short walk to a medieval village with bar and bistros, baker etc. takes camping cheques for discount stay.
     
  4. Parcverger

    Parcverger Funster - Campsite Owner

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    We're not down that far :cry::cry:, but you are welcome to visit us at Parc Verger - we usually have some Funsters here (we love them) and you get a discount:thumb::thumb:
    Local village (super bar/restaurant) 1km, others along a voie vert (old rail line, now with a tarmac surface) one village 4.5km, the other way 9km. Glorious countryside, chateaux everywhere, why go further south?!!
    Bob
    www.parcverger.com
     
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