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Book your campsite in France

Our tips for a great holiday

Be smart, book early! Camping – Even pitching your tent or parking your motorhome or caravan on a campsite requires a little organisation and some campsites book up quite early. Try and book as early as possible, particularly if you want to take advantage of one of our “Comfort” or “Premium” options.

Rental accommodation – Start thinking about booking your holiday in January, whether it’s online or by phone (all our campsites continue to take phone calls through the winter), to make sure you get the type of accommodation you want. This way you can also take advantage of our special “early bird” prices. And remember, to avoid Saturday traffic congestion in the summer many Flower campsite now offer arrivals on Wednesdays and even Sundays.

I want to make a booking, what should I do?

You’ll find the answers to all your questions in our FAQs.

Think about any options you may want

When you book, whether it’s rental accommodation or a camping pitch, select any options you would like (subject to availability). Options include:

  • Sheet hire
  • Baby kit hire
  • Fridge hire
  • TV hire
  • Breakfast or half board...

Great Flower offers to make life easier in our chalets and mobile homes

Most Flower campsites offer two options, available at the time of booking, designed to make your life easier on holiday. Prices start at €25 for 2.

  • The Travel Flower Pack: sheets, towels, tea towels and a cleaning kit
  • The Easy Flower Pack: sheets, towels and tea towels plus your beds made up for you when you arrive and an end-of-stay cleaning service

Take out insurance

Don’t leave anything to chance. Sign up for our holiday cancellation insurance when you book your holiday.

Planning your arrival time

Your Flower campsite will let you know its arrival and departure times when you make your booking. Some sites offer late departure options. As a general rule, however, camping pitches are available from 12 midday and rental accommodation from 4 pm. If you think you are going to be late, please remember to let your campsite know. You’ll find details of its opening hours in its terms and conditions of business.