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Adventure Combi Van

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Adventure Combi Van +7
On request
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2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Pets allowed
£1,511.00 / £107.93 per night
Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth +8
On request
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,655.00 / £118.21 per night
Classic Class B 2 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Classic Class B 2 Berth +8
On request
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2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,722.00 / £123.00 per night
Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth +4
On request
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2 adults/2 children
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,737.00 / £124.07 per night
Classic Class B 4 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Classic Class B 4 Berth +7
On request
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2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£1,890.00 / £135.00 per night
Classic Class B 4 Berth - U-shaped living room

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Classic Class B 4 Berth - U-shaped living room +4
On request
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4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,890.00 / £135.00 per night
Urban Plus

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)54 mi. from Paris

Urban Plus +10
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,903.00 / £135.93 per night
Classic Class B 5 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Classic Class B 5 Berth +2
On request
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5 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,004.00 / £143.14 per night
Comfort Class B 4 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Comfort Class B 4 Berth +6
On request
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2 adults/2 children
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,031.00 / £145.07 per night
Classic Class B Bunk Beds

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Classic Class B Bunk Beds +7
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4 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
4 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,117.00 / £151.21 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)54 mi. from Paris

Family Standard +12
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,201.00 / £157.21 per night
Comfort Class A 4 Berth

Avis Car-AwayNew provider7 mi. from Paris

Comfort Class A 4 Berth +11
On request
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4 adults
Automatic
Diesel
Kitchen
150 kilometres per day incl.
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
Pets allowed
£2,246.00 / £160.43 per night
Family Plus

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)54 mi. from Paris

Family Plus +14
Immediately available
3 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,271.00 / £162.21 per night

France is a beautiful, diverse country steeped in heritage and history and home to some of the most gorgeous countryside in Europe and the world. There are Mediterranean beaches to explore, scenic little villages and medieval cities that have changed little. Many people wrongly see Paris as being all France is about. However, when you book a campervan for hire in France, you can drive around the country and find out what it’s about.

Whether you drive across the Pyrenees, to the Alps, through Loire Valley or in the Champagne region, you will have an unforgettable experience. Why not save some money when you book a camper van for hire in France by choosing our price comparison tool here at CamperDays? We work tirelessly with the best local firms so you can benefit from the best deals.

A motorhome drives through the Verdon Gorge in France
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Helpful tips for your holiday in France

The best time to drive a campervan in France is spring, from April to May; Summer, from June to August; or Autumn, from September to October. Spring has moderate temperatures, is pleasant throughout the country, and there are fewer crowds.

  • Beach holidays
    Beach holidays

    If you want to enjoy the country's beautiful beaches when you rent a campervan in France, you should aim to take your trip sometime between late summer and early fall. That will mean avoiding the rainy season and having moderate temperatures and fewer crowds.

  • Hiking
    Hiking

    ESpring and fall are the best times to go hiking when you book a motorhome for hire in France. The temperatures are more relaxed, and there are fewer crowds.

  • Skiing
    Skiing

    When you book a motorhome rental in France, the best time to go skiing is February. The weather offers the best combination of regular snowfall and warm temperatures, allowing you to get the most out of your French Alps experience.

Campervan offers for couples in France

For a romantic trip for two exploring France and other cities nearby, a smaller motorhome is just right. Discover our selection of vehicles for two people and explore together.

Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth
Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth
pets allowed1 bed2 adults
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Classic Class B 2 Berth
Classic Class B 2 Berth
pets allowed1 bed2 adults
Details
Urban Plus
Urban Plus
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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Campervan offers for families in France

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in France, we recommend a large motorhome. Alcove models are very popular with families with children, as the motorhomes are spacious and have several sleeping and seating areas.

Adventure Combi Van
Adventure Combi Van
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
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Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth
Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
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Classic Class B Bunk Beds
Classic Class B Bunk Beds
pets allowed4 beds4 adults/2 children
Details

Campervan offers for dog owners in France

Whether it's a campervan or a classic motorhome, there are now several rental companies in France that allow pets in their vehicles. In the CamperDays search, you can easily search for suitable offers using the "Pets allowed" filter.

Adventure Combi Van
Adventure Combi Van
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
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Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth
Adventure Camper Van 2 Berth
pets allowed1 bed2 adults
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Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth
Adventure Camper Van 4 Berth
pets allowed2 beds2 adults/2 children
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Best campervan routes around France

Camper Travel Route

The French Riviera
One of the most enhanced driving routes in France, the French Riviera, is one that you should consider taking when you hire a campervan in France. It may only be around 120 km in distance and take around 3 hours to complete if you drive it without stopping. Still, there are so many coastal viewpoints, stunning beaches, breathtaking rolling mountains to see, and many different cities, including Monaco, Nice and Cannes, along the way. Hence, it’s worth taking your time with this route.

The Loire Valley
Many people have referred to the Loire Valley as The Garden of France, and with good reason. Starting in Orleans and finishing in Nantes, this 300-km road follows the beautiful Loire River. If you are interested in sampling and learning more about one of France’s most significant products and exports, wine, when you rent a motorhome in France, it is a great trip.

Traffic Rules in France

Traffic rules with a motorhome
  • Generally speaking, you drive on the right side of the road in France and overtake on the left side of the road. There are exceptions to this rule; when the traffic divides into lanes, vehicles can overtake on the right of other cars driving in the slower lanes.

  • At all intersections, it is vital to prioritise the vehicles approaching you from the right-hand side of the road unless signs indicate otherwise.

  • When approaching a roundabout, you must give way to the traffic already on it and to all emergency vehicles when they are ringing their sirens and flashing their lights.

  • The speed limits in France differ depending on traffic conditions: 130km/hour on motorways, 110km/hour on priority roads and dual carriageways, 80km/hour on other roads and 50km/hour in built-up areas. When there is rain or other precipitation, the speed limits change to 110km/hour on motorways, 100km/hour on priority roads and dual carriageways, 70km/hour on other roads and 50km/hour in built-up areas. When visibility is less than 50m, the speed limits change to 50km/hour on all roads.

Places of interest and excursions in France

Cassis
Cassis is a small and quaint fishing village in the South of France, around 45 45-minute drive from Marseille. It is a beautiful and sleepy little place to visit and offers stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

French Pyrenees
The Pyrenees are a range of mountains stretching from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea. The Pyrenees form a natural border between France and its neighbour Spain. Perfect for exploring natural parks, valleys, rivers, mountains and beaches. It is less crowded than the more famous French Alps.

Champagne Region
The Champagne-Ardenne region of France is a beautiful gateway to the country's east. It is famous for the illustrious drink it gives its name to, champagne. In addition to learning and sampling the nectar of the gods, you can explore the vast forests and beautiful waterways, such as the Lac du Der and Meuse.

The Mont-Saint-Michel monastery in Normandy
The best campsites

Campsites in France and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Île-de-France/Cernay-la-Ville
  • Île-de-France/La Chapelle-sur-Crecy
  • Île-de-France/Angerville
  • Normandy/Bouafles
  • Burgundy Free County
    Camping Municipal
  • Picardy
FAQ 
  • It will vary from place to place and company to company, but the average price for hiring a campervan in France is around 39 Euros daily.

  • As the country is very motorhome and campervan friendly, there are many Aires located throughout France where you can stop for a break. Some offer the opportunity to stop overnight; you will know you have found one as it will be signposted “Aire de service pour camping-cars”.

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