Video of Camping de Sologne, Salbris.

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  1. Clarky

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    Latest video now posted showing the directions to one of our favourite French sites.
    Camping de Sologne is in central France and makes an excellent stop when travelling to or from the south.
    Christine, who runs the site, is always friendly and speaks good English.
    Bar/restaurant in mid season and ACSI out of season. Decent wi-fi and a lovely walk around the lake into town.



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    Have to agree. We have stopped there several times for a couple of days when heading north. Great stop over place.
     
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    Same here, we stayed there on our way home last year.lovely little site. Good fishing too.
     
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    We will be stopping here in two weeks. Already had it earmarked. Is it an overnight, or good for a few days please.
     
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    Very popular as an overnight stop, lots of Brits and Dutch.
    We stayed for several days last time we went as it was so pleasant. The weather was very hot and we had a handy tree to sit under in the shade.
    It is also an ACSI site so you should get a decent discount.....providing you have the magic card of course. ;)

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    Thanks Richard, we do use ACSI so that's good. Is the town worth visiting?
     
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    We might stop there in September too .. if you're there we can have a most colourful lights at night on the van competition (y)
     
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    It's a pleasant enough town but nothing to get excited about.
    There is a very smart boulangerie next to the river bridge and a few minutes pleasant walk from the site through the park. A Super U another short walk away and a Carrefour on the edge of town, both with a fuel station.

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    Anywhere to eat?
     
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    Hi Richard. I really appreciate your videos - not only are they informative for people who are not used to aires but they allow me to take a motorhome trip vicariously. Thanks and keep posting them please.
     
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