Our Best Campsites In Belgium
Nestled between historic Bouillon and Bastogne Ardennen Camping Bertrix is a beautiful destination in the Ardennes. Onsite you can enjoy great facilities and accommodation as well as canoeing, climbing walls and a swimming pool. Off site, you can venture into the lovely surrounding natural landscape.
Perched 800m from a picturesque Belgian beach, the aptly named Strand Westende highlights include a lively entertainment programme, great facilities and the perfect base from which to explore the coast of Belgium.
The verdant green surroundings that wrap around Parc La Clusure are pure paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. This 4* campsite in the Ardennes is perched on the banks of the river L’Homme, and provides a gateway to lovely woodland trails and fun on the river.
Nieuwpoort is a friendly family campsite, situated not far from the Belgian coast. The lovely recreational lake, heated swimming pool with children's pool and the sandy beaches offers plenty of choice for the whole family.
Things to do in Belgium while camping
A wealth of history and culture can be explored in the vibrant cities and charming towns of Belgium, while the countryside is home to wonderful wilderness, picturesque verdant landscapes and rivers. In essence, a camping holiday in Belgium offers you the best of both worlds.
Let’s start with the rural side of the nation, which is home to beautiful regions that are rich in flora and fauna. A strikingly gorgeous example is the Ardennes, an area that extends into France, Germany and Luxembourg. A range of outdoor activities can be enjoyed in the dense woodland, fast flowing rivers and rolling hills. The countryside is linked together by quaint towns that position themselves throughout the lush countryside.
Highlights in the Ardennes include Elfy Park amusement park, Musée de la Forêt, Bouillon Castle and kayaking on the Ourthe River.
For those of us with an interest in the World Wars, Belgium was the setting of many key battles during both conflicts. There are many insightful yet sobering testaments to the war, with the highlight being day trips to the In Flanders Fields Museum and the Ypres War Victims Monument.
The capital Brussels is a thriving city that is home to many notable attractions including the Grand Palace, the Royal Palace, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Magritte Museum and the mouth-watering Belgian Chocolate Village Museum! Bruges draws in thousands of visitors each year, due in no small part to its fairy tale setting, cobble streets, canals and interesting breweries!
So why not make Belgium your next destination for a camping holiday that will live long in the memory.