Nigel Donnelly

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An online guide to high-quality French parks has had an extensive update of its listed sites.

The Frenchcampsite.co directory, compiled by former Select Sites owners Andrew and Bernadette Erskine, has added 50 new sites, taking the total number to 150.

An online guide to high-quality French parks has had an extensive update of its listed sites. 

 

The Frenchcampsite.co directory, compiled by former Select Sites owners Andrew and Bernadette Erskine, has added 50 new sites, taking the total number to 150.

 

What makes the site unique is that all the parks in it are independently owned and have been personally inspected by experienced campers Andrew & Bernadette. Their high opinion of the park facilities is the only way it can get listed.

 

Each listed site has detailed, independent descriptions, photos, customer reviews, interactive maps and tourist info from each region with useful websites for more detailed information.

 

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