Eurocamp Contact Number Opening Hours
|Customer Services||Monday to Friday, 9am-9pm
Eurocamp Head Office Address
|Head Office||Chelford House, Gadbrook Park, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 7LN England|
Eurocamp is a selection of camping resorts across Europe.
Why would I call the Eurocamp contact number?
- To book a Eurocamp holiday.
- To amend or cancel an existing booking.
- To find out about the facilities of a camp.
- To book baby/toddler equipment or linen.
- To find out about the insurance required.
- To order a brochure to help you plan your dream holiday.
- To make a complaint about your experience of a Eurocamp holiday.
Eurocamp destinations and services
Eurocamp has a range of camps to suit different types of family, tastes and budgets. Choose from camps in the likes of:
- The Jura
- The Alps
- Gascony & Gironde
- Riviera & Provence
- Ardeche and Auvergne
- Languedoc and Roussillon
- Lake Garda, Idro and Maggiore
- Central Italy
- Costa Brava
- Costa Dorada
And other countries such as:
The Eurocamp two to three bedroom mobile homes are equipped with everything that you need to enjoy your holiday. All the homes come with a modern open plan living area and modern bathrooms. Many of them also have an outside terrace with BBQs. The home also has features such as iPod docking stations and air conditioning.
Opt for a traditional stay under the stars with a classic three bedroom tent, or glamp it up with a safari tent- complete with a four poster bed.
Bungalows and lodges
Choose from a stylish bungalow specially developed for the location, or recreate a peaceful countryside getaway with a lodge- complete with a covered outside terrace.
Sleep in a unique house 3-5 metres from the ground, with no water or electricity!
Go on holiday in Europe with your own tent, trailer or caravan thanks to Eurocamp Independent.
Travel & Travel Extras
Car free holidays
Lots of Eurocamp sites have great transport links, so if you don’t like the thought of driving abroad, you can travel by plane and make the journey to the camp via public transport or taxi.
Eurocamp has a partnership with Eurocar. This means that you can take advantage of strong competitive prices on car hire. Collection is available from airports or large train stations.
Eurocamp can organise airport transfers for you so that you don’t have to worry about finding a taxi or wait around for a coach.
Eurocamp has sites in twenty regions across France that are just waiting to be explored. France is one of the most visited countries in the world, known for fascinating culture, delicious food and places to discover. In the region of Brittany, you’ll experience sandy beaches, beautiful sunsets and a mild climate- Eurocamp has around 15 campsites in this area to choose from with pools to splash around in and clubs to keep the kids happy. In Normandy, you can explore France’s wartime history with five excellent parks to choose from. One is even set in the grounds of a manor house! If Disneyland Paris is your main reason for visiting France, there are three campsites around Paris which serve as an ideal base for exploring the city’s museums, shops and restaurants. In the grounds of a traditional Chateau in Picardy, you’ll find two campsites which are ideal for a short stopover from Calais or for a longer stay. There are plenty of other areas to choose from depending on your interests: Corsica, French Riviera, The Alps, Burgundy and Loire.
Italy is a great destination for a fly-drive holiday as there are plenty of airports. Of course, that isn’t the only reason to visit- culture and great weather help too. Whether you want to visit the Italian lakes and engage in watersports or you wish to explore the cities that shaped the Italian Renaissance, there are plenty of campsites to choose from. There’s a campsite in Sardinia, one in Sicily and around 15 across Central Italy and Tuscany. There are 11 parks in the Adriatic area, ideal for exploring Venice or just enjoying the gorgeous beaches.
Spain is famous for its glorious weather but it has much more to offer than that, there are plenty of cultural hotspots, historical must-sees and of course, amazing food to sample. There are three Eurocamp regions in Spain: Costa Brava, Costa Dorada and Costa Verde. There are six parks in Costa Brava to relax and enjoy the great weather. In Costa Dorada, you can explore mountainous countryside or head into the city to enjoy the cultural offerings of Spain. If you choose to visit Costa Verde, you’ll find peaceful seaside resorts, medieval towns and mountain gorges.
Whether you wish to work on a campsite itself or at the UK office, Eurocamp has a great range of job opportunities. Couriers are the face of the campsite, ensuring that exceptional levels of customer service are provided. You have to be at least 18 and available for either a full or half season. You could also be a Lifecycle courier providing guests with a cycling tour of the local area.You could also work as a trainer, help set up the campsites or in site maintenance.
If you prefer to travel using your own caravan, tent or motorhome, you can do so at Eurocamp Independent campsites which are available across Europe. You’ll still get access to all the great facilities, services of the couriers and a smooth transfer to and from the campsite.
Eurocamp was first founded back in 1973. This is when the first batch of holidaymakers embarked on a journey to Brittany for a laid back camping holiday, and the camping abroad trend was created. Throughout the 1980s, interest in camping holidays to the likes of France grew, so the company added more locations and introduced mobile homes to the types of accommodation that was on offer. Since 1991, the company has continued to grow rapidly and now, Eurocamp is part of Homair Vacances group, a company which specialises in outdoor holidays across 300 parks in Europe.
For more information about Eurocamp, call the Eurocamp customer services team.