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Eurocamp reveals 250 new resorts with giant waterparks, private beaches and cheap lodges

by Staff

ONE of the biggest European holiday resorts has added an additional 250 new holiday parks to its network.

The popular campsite operator, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, has more than doubled its offering.

Eurocamp has added an additional 250 new holiday parks to its networkCredit: Eurocamp
Domaine de Léveno has its very own waterparkCredit: Eurocamp
One holiday park in Italy has its very own private beachCredit: Eurocamp

From giant waterparks to wild swimming spots and private beaches, Eurocamp’s newly acquired parks have a bit of something for everyone.

Eurocamp will soon have 400 parks across its network, with resorts mainly in France but also in SpainItalyGermanyCroatia, The Netherlands, AustraliaSwitzerland and Luxembourg.

The holiday company has extended its network of holiday parks, with 250 new parks added just in time for the summer holidays.

The parks are set in popular holiday hotspots across France, Spain and The Netherlands.

Domaine de Léveno, France

One of the new additions for this summer is Domaine de Léveno in Brittany, France, which is home to its very own waterpark.

The waterpark is filled with water slides and chutes as well as a wave pool and other swimming pools.

There are also plenty of other activities at the park too, including a playground, a crazy golf course, a playground as well as other sports facilities.

For younger holidaymakers, there’s also an indoor soft play centre and a mini farm where children can look after rabbits, goats and ducks.

The closest beach is La Baule, which is just a short drive from the holiday park.

In the May half-term holidays, a seven-night stay, in a two-bedroom Comfort XL holiday home, costs £397 per party.

Klein Vink, The Netherlands

Another new addition is the Klein Vink holiday park in The Netherlands, which is located in the very heart of Maasduinen National Park.

The Dutch holiday park, which is set in Limburg, has direct access to a nearby lake with its very own stretch of sand.

At the lake, families will be able to hire canoes and pedalo boats.

For younger visitors there’s an on-site kids’ club, which has its very own bouncy castle.

Other facilities include a thermal spa and a beauty centre.

In the May half-term holidays, a seven-night stay, in a three bedroom Premium holiday home, costs £994 per party.

 Portofelice, Italy

Located just a stone’s throw away from Venice on the Adriatic Coast, Portofelice Camping Village has direct access to its very own beach.

The beachside park also has its own on-site playground complete with trampolines and go-karts.

There are also three swimming pools and two water slides.

Other facilities include evening shows, kids’ discos and karaoke.

In the May half-term holidays, a seven-night stay, in a two-bedroom Super Lodge Tent, costs £467 per party.

Plenty of other new holiday parks have also been added to Eurocamp’s lineup, including Domaine de Soleil Plage, which has plenty of wild swimming spots right on its doorstep thanks to two rivers.

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The waterpark at Domaine de Léveno has water slides chutes and swimming poolsCredit: EUROCAMP
Eurocamp now has over 400 holiday parks across its networkCredit: Eurocamp

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