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Have you considered a Holiday Park in Europe for your next holiday?

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned this (;-)) but travel is a huge part of our plans for 2017!

At the moment we’re saving hard to make it all happen and I think we’re going to be able to manage to squeeze in at least one other break other than the ones we have planned.  New York and Milan don’t strike me as relaxing breaks so I’m on the lookout for somewhere relaxing for me but with enough to do for the kids while I’m relaxing.  It also needs to be affordable which is why we thought we’d have a look at some Holiday parks in Europe.

We’ve heard some great reports of amazing family holidays in these kinds of holiday parks and they seem to offer some excellent options for cheap holidays.  Use of all facilities, the entertainment and the accommodation are included and, most seem to have excellent entertainment programmes that would appeal to the kids and Mr Frugal which would allow me the luxury of relaxing in the spa or just around the pool with my Kindle!

I’ve managed to make a bit of a round up of our top 10 cheap holiday parks so you can see what I mean…..

  • Roompot Vakantiepark Weerterbergen

This holiday park, situated in the rich woodland of southeastern Holland, offers all the ingredients for a perfect family holiday. The list of facilities is extensive, from a subtropical swimming pool to a bowling alley to an indoor and outdoor sports centre. If you want to venture outside of the park, you can rent bicycles and explore the gently rolling hills of Limburg. The accommodations range from 4 person cottages to 14 person holiday houses and are all fully furnished to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

  • Landal De Lommerbergen

Landal holiday parks generally offer excellent alternatives to Center Parcs, if you’re looking for something a little less expensive. Landal De Lommerbergen is our top pick because the facilities are excellent for families, the spa and wellness centre is perfect for the grown-ups and the surroundings are filled with the history, culture and beautiful nature that you’d expect from Holland. What’s more, the reviews are consistently high and the prices are consistently low, so you can’t really go wrong.

  • Bungalowpark Vallée de Rabais

In the heart of the Belgian Provence, you’ll find Bungalowpark Vallée de Rabais. This idyllic holiday park offers cottages overlooking the lake or the rich woodland. Just two kilometres from the historic town of Virton, you can visit the local brewery, vineyards or the citadel of Montmedy. During the school holidays, there is a supervised children’s club at the park where the young ones can make friends. In the evenings, it is highly recommended to visit the tavern at the park, serving local and seasonal produce with delicious Belgian wine and beer.

  • Roompot Hunsrück Ferienpark Hambachtal

In the stunning Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park, in the heart of the Moselle wine region in Germany, you’ll find this remarkable Roompot holiday park. The prices are hard to believe: with a spa and wellness centre, a subtropical swimming paradise, comfortable and stylish accommodations and surroundings to make you fall in love, this park offers an unforgettable family holiday for the whole clan.

  • RCN Camping Belledonne

RCN offer a huge range of affordable holiday parks and cheap caravan parks across Europe. This particular campsite, in the stunning Rhône-Alpes region of France, offers stunning mountain views, 2 swimming pools, several playgrounds and plenty of sports facilities. You can get the glamping experience in a furnished Safaritent or rent one of the fully-furnished caravans for a summer break.

RCN Belledonne

  • Roompot VakantiePark Aquadelta

One the beautiful Lake Grevelingen, you can enjoy a wonderful break at  Roompot Vakantiepark Aquadelta. This park is situated in the province of Zeeland, which is guaranteed to induce that holiday feeling, and the local old-world fishing villages can make you feel like you’ve gone back in time. This region of Holland is of course ideal for water sports enthusiasts, and the park offers a huge range of accommodations, facilities and activities for all ages.

  • Vakantiepark Prinsenmeer

Vakantiepark Prinsenmeer is located in De Peel, a region that straddles the border between Limburg and Brabant in the south of Holland. Water rats will be very much at home a this resort, with a subtropical swimming paradise, swimming lake with sandy beach and various slides, water cannons and bubble benches! The covered plaza is filled with restaurants, bars and cafes – perfect for socialising during your break. This big, sprawling caravan park has so much to offer for a cheap water park holiday.

  • Vakantiepark Hengelhoef

This park is located in the North of Belgium, near the border of Holland and Germany. Hengelhoef offers all the makings of a great family holiday, from subtropical swimming pool to spa centre. The spa includes saunas, steam rooms, herbal baths, hot tubs and solariums. Perfect way to top up your tan if the sun isn’t shining! If you’re looking for relaxation and quality time with the family, Hengelhoef is highly recommended.

  • Vakantiepark Droomgaard

Vakantiepark Droomgaard is right next to Loonse Duinen National Park, consisting of vast dunes, beautiful lakes and fields of purple heather. Dunes, which are havens for a variety of wildlife, are very typical for the Netherlands and perfect for a long hike. While at the park, enjoy the swimming pool, which includes huge slides and rapids. When you’re not at the park, make sure you check out Efteling theme park, a fairytale wonderland and the oldest theme park in Europe.

  • Vakantiepark Parelstrand

Last but certainly not least is Vakantiepark Parelstrand. Offering a perfect combination of nature, entertainment and comfort, this low cost caravan park is ideal for a budget break. Located in Belgium near the nature reserves De Lage Kempen, Kattenbos and De Lommelse Sahara, there’s plenty to do both at the park and in the surroundings.

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