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Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, north-east France is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp.

Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, north-east France is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp.

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Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts can explore the splendour of the Black Forest and the peaks and valleys of the Vosges Mountains. Alsace is particularly enchanting in the winter, with a variety of events and festivals taking place.

Why Choose a Camping Holiday in North-East France?

People who arrange to stay in a mobile home will be able to explore North-East France at their own pace. Some of the many highlights here include:
  • Historical cities to explore
  • Delicious traditional cuisine
  • Enchanting natural beauty

Sampling the Cuisine of North-East France

North-East and in particular the Alsace region is considered to have some of the best cuisine in France. Traditional dishes boast an interesting blend of German roots with a French attention to detail and flair. 

Exploring North-East France

South of Strasbourg is the picturesque town of Colmar, famed for its Gothic architecture and museums. The former Dominican convent is now the site of the incredible Musee d’Unterlinden with its unsurpassed collection of Gothic art featuring works by Matthais Grunewald. Explore the narrow winding streets absorbing the atmosphere of the Gothic period buildings and marvel at the famous Isenheim Alterpiece.