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Campsite/Accommodation Links

Our favourite type of campsite is the small sites that have only 15 - 20 pitches they are usually quiet and well run. We have put together some links to some of the campsites that we know of, have been told about or have camped on that are either cyclist friendly or are just nice campsites. If you are you are looking for the smaller quieter sites then checkout Coolcampings Tiny Campsites page.


Glan y Wern - Cycle Friendly Accommodation In North Wales - Cycle friendly holiday cottage in Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, near Llangollen in North Wales. Great cycling routes straight from the door in the Ceiriog Valley. Secure bike storage, bike washing and clothes drying. Two great pubs 2 minute walk away - ideal after a hard days riding. Cyclist owned! 

Glan y Wern

'Scrollart' Cycle Camping in France - We offer basic unspoilt field camping for cyclists. As a touring cyclist myself I know how difficult it can be to find suitable night stops. We only allow a few pitches as not to damage the land and give you a wonderful field to camp. Facilities include : Shower, Modern compost toilet, Groceries, Tent & Equipment hire, Campfires allowed, 10 Euro pitch fee + 2 Euro per person, Workshop facilities. Hamlet: Bouyerie, Latitude 45.745938 Longitude 0.912852 Close to: Oradour Sur Vayres, Limoges, Limousin, 87150. Tel 033(0)555141243


Mannix Point Camping - Run by Mortimer Moriaty who is a great local character. He has a special rate for backpackers and cyclists. Here's a description from his website: 'Mannix Point is a special place. That's not just my biased opinion. Mannix Point has won fifteen national and international awards including The Award of Excellence and The Best Welcome in Europe. You will find a full range of facilities here. Hygiene and cleanliness are high on our agenda. I have been a walker and camper all my adult life and I know how important it is to step in to a clean, hot shower.'

Mannix camping

Na Łęgach - This is a organic farm in Lubcz Maly about 70km from Gorzów Wielkopolski, and 110km from Poznan. It is run by lovely couple Anna and Piotr Paluszkiewicz. It has only a few pitches for campers which means it is quite a quiet spot. Anna speaks good English and Piotr speaks German. We liked it so much we stayed there for 5 days. Anna and Piotr showed us such wonderful Polish hospitality organising various activities such as canoeing on the river Drawno, horse riding in the Dravinski National Park and even a pleasure flight in a small Polish Plane.

Lubcz Maly campsite






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