How to get family breaks during school holidays in top destinations from £270 | The Sun

EUROCAMP has revealed five new breaks at European holiday hotspots that won't break the bank in time for next summer.

The campsite operator, who is celebrating their 50th anniversary, have launched new sites in France, Italy and the Netherlands.

Holidaymakers who want to enjoy a week away without breaking the bank should look into Eurocamp's new offerings for next year, with deals starting from £270 in spring and £400 in summer.

Tuscany, Italy

One of the new additions for 2023 is the hilltop campsite situated in the Tuscan countryside.

The four star facility has three swimming pools including one with a slide.

For a more sophisticated way to spend the day, there's a restaurant and bar that overlooks one of the pools and a terrace bar for a spot of alfresco dining.

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The campsite also has hiking and mountain bike trails and on-site Italian cookery lessons, where guests can learn to make pasta or tiramisu.

Beyond the camping grounds, the Tuscan towns of Florence and Siena are one hour away.

During the May half term, a stay in a two bedroom Azure Cosy Lounge holiday home, which can sleep up to five people, can be snapped up for £407 for a seven night stay next summer.

Brittany, France

Another new addition for next summer is a campsite in Brittany, France, called Camping Le Port de Plaisance.

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Situated in the north west of France, the region is famous for its cider, seafood and beaches.

The five star campsite in Breton is situated in 12 acres of woodland, and has an indoor pool complex on its site.

There's also a wellness centre where parents can relax and a nearby beach is in close proximity too.

For an Easter getaway, prices start from £336 for a seven night stay in a three bedroom Azure holiday home, while a trip away in May costs £596 for the same room.

There are also three other new additions to Eurocamp's offerings including sites in Overijssel and North Brabant in the Netherlands and Ardennes in France.

As well as the new additions, Eurocamp already has nearly 150 other campsites to choose from in locations such as Spain and Croatia.

Porec, Croatia

Situated in the Adriatic Sea between Porec and Novigrad lies Camping Lanterna.

This five star campsite is surrounded by blue waters on three sides, including direct access to a pebble beach, and a range of water sports too.

As well as the coastline, there's also a pool complex, a games room and several play areas.

Nearby there's also vineyards, mountains, national parks, discos and waterparks – guests can even book a boat tip to Venice.

A three bedroom Azure holiday home with air-conditioning can sleep six adults and prices start from £270 during the Easter holidays.

Rome, Italy

Located 8km away from the Ostia coast is the camping village Fabulous.

It's surrounded by 70 acres of pine forest and has a pool complex with a swimming pool, lagoon pool, waterslide and whirlpool.

There's a restaurant and bar and a gelateria too, as well as programmes for the kids, tennis courts and volleyball and trampolining.

There's a beach nearby and the Italian capital city of Rome is on holidaymakers doorsteps too.

Prices for a three bedroom Azure Vista with air-conditioning that can sleep six adults starts from £344 for a seven night stay in the Easter holidays.

Meanwhile Brits can bag coach holidays to Europe from £119pp for next summer.

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