Caravans in France Offers

Brittany Ferries Discount

Will you be arriving in France by ferry? We can offer you a 10% discount with Brittanny Ferries!  Please enquire when booking your caravan holidays in France.


Fun Passes at Les Charmettes

We offer free adult fun passes for the first three caravanning in France bookings every year (6 adults).

Before You Travel to France

Here's a list of thing you should ensure that you get ready before you visit France.  We recommend that you leave enough time to ensure that all documents and identification are up to date - sometimes applying for new passports, for example, can take time.

Valid Passport - Visitors to France from the United Kingdom require a valid passport, and those travelling from outside the European Union may require a visa.  If you are unsure, please visit the French Foreign Ministry website for up to date information.

EHIC card - Visitors from the UK should ensure that they have a European Health Insurance Card for their visit - (this replaces the old E111 form).  This will ensure that you have access to reduced-cost medical treatment.  For more information please visit the Department of Health website.

Travel insurance - We strongly advise that you take out an adequate travel insurance policy prior to your holiday to cover any possible medical expenses, theft or loss of property or any other unforseen circumstances such as travel delays.

Currency - France uses the Euro, and there are many ways you can go about changing your money.  You can either change money from a local Post Office branch or bank before you go, or perhaps the easiest way is to withdraw money from an ATM as soon as you arrive in France.  We advise that you consult your bank to ensure that your card will work in France and to find out what charges you may incur. Mobile phone- We advise you to check with your mobile phone provider for information about the cost of making calls abroad.

If you are planning on driving, you will need to make some extra preparations.  For more information please refer to our Driving in France page.