Brits who enjoy taking their caravan on the road for an adventurous holiday may be interested to hear that family breaks to France have made a resurgence of late.
This is according to France Magazine, which said that trips across the Channel were becoming more popular again.
Editor Carolyn Boyd revealed that Brits have been looking to escape the poor weather by camping and caravanning in the Gallic nation.
She suggested that areas such as Vendee on the east coast were particularly attractive for families as it is only a four-hour drive from ferry ports in the north.
Ms Boyd added that the “gorgeous beaches and great weather” are also a big draw and said that holidays in France can cost the same, if not less, than those in the UK.
Simonseeks.com recently named France as a potential travel hotspot for 2010, while the country was also first in the recent International Living magazine Quality of Life Index.