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Camping at campsites in Belgium

Belgium Campsites

• Camping in the Belgian Ardennes
• Gastronomy
• Napoleon route
• Visit world cities from the campsites in Belgium

We all know Belgium, especially Brussels, as the political heart of Europe. But the country has more to offer than the European Parliament. Visit Ghent or Bruges from the campsites in Belgium and you will imagine yourself in the Middle Ages. Brussels and Antwerp are metropolises, but also very popular for a day of shopping, sniffing culture and finally sitting down at one of the many cozy restaurants after a long day.

Camping in the Belgian Ardennes

If you are looking for beautiful green, forest-like nature, you are in the right place in the Belgian Ardennes. Ideal for exploring on foot or by bike. Camping in this area? Which can! Belgian campsites around the river Lesse or the Ourthe are definitely recommended. Enjoy the overwhelming nature here.

Gastronomy

Belgian cuisine is refined and local dishes are made per region. If you stay at the coast, there is a good chance
that you are served fish and mussels. More meat and game dishes are prepared in the Ardennes. But what Belgium is really known for are the Flemish fries, the chocolate, the Liège waffles and the 1,000 different types of beer.

Napoleon route

It has been over 200 years since Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo. This inspired a route through Belgium. The 'Napoleon route' takes you in 94 kilometers from the French border via Charleroi to Waterloo, near Brussels. This route was also taken by Napoleon in 1815, when he was on his way north from Paris. Definitely worth a visit when you stay at one of the campsites in Belgium.

Practical information

A valid passport or European identity card is required. Motor vehicle drivers must have a valid driver's license, registration certificate and green card. If you are driving a trailer or a caravan, you must have the papers with you.

Traffic around the campsites in Belgium

The road network is generally of good quality. Large parts of the Belgian highways are exuberantly lit at night. The maximum speed in built-up areas is 50 km/h and 90 km/h outside of it. On highways and roads with separate lanes, the maximum speed is 120 km/h. Motor vehicles with trailers have the same speed limits. Radar detectors in the car are prohibited. Mobile phone calls in the car are only allowed hands-free. A stationary tram may only be passed at walking pace.

Roadside assistance in Belgium

If you are unlucky on the motorway, you can call the TCB, the VAB or the RACB via the emergency telephone. This is free with an International Travel and Letter of Credit. In the event of a breakdown on other roads, it is best to contact the Belgian roadside assistance service on 070-344777 or 0032-22332345 (24 hours a day). Current traffic information can be heard via Studio Brussel and Radio 1, 2 and 3 (also at night).

Campsites in Belgium by the sea

The Belgian coast has been renowned for its various holiday options for years. Camping is definitely one of the most popular. All year round, tourists flock here to enjoy a walk through the dunes or a drink on the terrace. Campsites on the Belgian coast offer something for everyone. Families in particular return every year to camp in Belgium and enjoy the beaches of seaside resorts such as Knokke-Heist or Blankenberge. Are you planning to go with your partner or are your children a lot older? Even then there is plenty to do. The various seaside resorts offer activities such as windsurfing and water skiing. In addition, there are also plenty of entertainment options. You will find the best campsites in Belgium on Campingnavigator. View the offer yourself and book your camping holiday in time.

Belgium Campsites

• Camping in the Belgian Ardennes
• Gastronomy
• Napoleon route
• Visit world cities from the campsites in Belgium

We all know Belgium, especially Brussels, as the political heart of Europe. But the country has more to offer than the European Parliament. Visit Ghent or Bruges from the campsites in Belgium and you will imagine yourself in the Middle Ages.

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142 recommended campings in Belgium

You can fish, cycle or hike at the campsite. At the campsite, guests can take part in an animation game in the season or simply do nothing. The campsite has a sports hall, tennis courts and bocce courts. Antwerp is a short distance from the campsite and well worth a visit .. Furthermore, you will find a well-stocked campi ... SHOW MORE
Eurocamping offers a magnificent view over the valley and the opposite landscape. You will find this campsite near the village "de Rots". This is named after an excellent rocky point where the remains of an 11th century castle stand. Many trips are possible outside the campsite. An extensive entertainment program is avail ... SHOW MORE
Camping De Jemelle / Communal is a small campsite. This simple campsite is located in a quiet area in the district of Jemelle. The plumbing on the campsite is simple but clean. An ideal campsite for those who camp in nature and are woken up by birdsongs like a campsite that is fully equipped. SHOW MORE
Camping Pont de Deulin is a beautiful small family campsite. The campsite does not have annual pitches and is located directly on the Ourthe. This is ideal for canoeists. Every campsite on the campsite is equipped with electricity. Every place is also fenced by conifer hedges, which benefits the privacy. There is a childr ... SHOW MORE
Camping Chasse et Pêche is a small campsite that is mainly aimed at tent campers. For caravans only a few places are available on the campsite. The campsite is located along the Ourthe just a few kilometers from the beautiful town of Houffalize. Camping Chasse et Pêche therefore offers a great starting point for your ca ... SHOW MORE
Camping Bonanza 1 is a modern family campsite. The campsite is located within walking distance of the beach and the center of the bustling seaside resort of Blankenberge. The numerous facilities on the campsite ensure that your stay is a success; you will find modern and well maintained sanitary (New 2013) (also for less- ... SHOW MORE
Camping Les Ochay is a campsite that invites you to stay for a long time. The campsite is simple but clean. You will find this campsite in the middle of nature. From the campsite you can make nice canoe trips, trout fishing, hiking or mountain biking. SHOW MORE
Next to the state forest of the Vecquée you will find camping les Trieux. The tourist places are located in the middle area and are surrounded by annual pitches. There is also a field for tents that offers a view of the surroundings. A walking path leads from the campsite to the citadel of Namur. Mountain bike tours take ... SHOW MORE
Camping Parc la Clusure is a modern campsite. The campsite is located in a large valley. The campsite has spacious pitches. All this is close to St. Hubert and Rochefort next to the river L'Homme. From Easter to the autumn holidays, many activities are organized at the campsite, including the outdoor activities by Bounce ... SHOW MORE
Camping Berg en Dal is a very quiet campsite and is somewhat remote. On a wooded estate. If you want to see wildlife, pay close attention. The landscape, in which camping Berg en Dal is located and deeply cut through different rivers such as the Dijle, the Ijse and the Lane, is hilly and full of variety. The valley soil ... SHOW MORE