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“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” - John Muir

 

The thought of summer nights make us gaze longingly at the world outside our window, so we though we'd get ahead and find some ideas of where to head next time camping is on the agenda. We think these wild camping spots across Europe are definitely worth seeking out on your next adventure.

 

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1. Provence, South of France // 

With its rolling lavender fields and exquisite cheeses, Provence is an idyllic haven for those who seek to slow life down a pace or two. France has long been camper friendly and wild camping along the Camargue is perfectly legal. The stretch from Saintes Maries-de-la-Mer and the Rhone River Delta boast sandy windswept deserts and bright blue waters dotted with the sails of kite surfers.

 

2. The Priests Hole Cave, England // 

The lore of the Lake District lures outdoor adventurers seeking endless hikes through patchwork hills. One of the best wild camping spots can be found carved into the rock up on Doves Crag. Scramble up the rocks and you will find Priests Hole. For a night or two you can huddle in this natural cavity, watching the stars glaze the sky and munching on your breakfast to exceptional panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and numerous shimmering lakes.

 

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3. Lofoten Islands, Norway // 

Northern Norway loses its milky moonlight in the summer, making way for a golden halo that lasts around the clock as part of her white nights. On the Lofoten Islands wild camping is considered a right and not a privilege up in the depths of the Arctic Circle. Sleep on the remote beaches of Horseid or scramble the iced white peaks powering above Bunes Beach to wake up with panoramic views of pure unfettered nature.

4. Lahemaa National Park, Estonia //

The northern coast of Estonia is a vision of stony shores, deep blue waters, and sweet pine forests. The so-called land of bays is perfect for wild camping, with mostly flat lands stretching through the hazy hinterland. The protected forest brims with foxes, brown bears and wild boars and you can set up your tent wherever the whim takes you.
 
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top four camping spots

 


“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” - John Muir

 

The thought of summer nights make us gaze longingly at the world outside our window, so we though we'd get ahead and find some ideas of where to head next time camping is on the agenda. We think these wild camping spots across Europe are definitely worth seeking out on your next adventure.

 

camping


1. Provence, South of France // 

With its rolling lavender fields and exquisite cheeses, Provence is an idyllic haven for those who seek to slow life down a pace or two. France has long been camper friendly and wild camping along the Camargue is perfectly legal. The stretch from Saintes Maries-de-la-Mer and the Rhone River Delta boast sandy windswept deserts and bright blue waters dotted with the sails of kite surfers.

 

2. The Priests Hole Cave, England // 

The lore of the Lake District lures outdoor adventurers seeking endless hikes through patchwork hills. One of the best wild camping spots can be found carved into the rock up on Doves Crag. Scramble up the rocks and you will find Priests Hole. For a night or two you can huddle in this natural cavity, watching the stars glaze the sky and munching on your breakfast to exceptional panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and numerous shimmering lakes.

 

camping

 

3. Lofoten Islands, Norway // 

Northern Norway loses its milky moonlight in the summer, making way for a golden halo that lasts around the clock as part of her white nights. On the Lofoten Islands wild camping is considered a right and not a privilege up in the depths of the Arctic Circle. Sleep on the remote beaches of Horseid or scramble the iced white peaks powering above Bunes Beach to wake up with panoramic views of pure unfettered nature.

4. Lahemaa National Park, Estonia //

The northern coast of Estonia is a vision of stony shores, deep blue waters, and sweet pine forests. The so-called land of bays is perfect for wild camping, with mostly flat lands stretching through the hazy hinterland. The protected forest brims with foxes, brown bears and wild boars and you can set up your tent wherever the whim takes you.
 
camping

 

If you enjoyed reading our post, feel free to share it with our ready to go tweet.

 

Miss home comforts whilst you're camping? mahabis are so light and comfortable they're easily tucked away in a backpack.Check them out here...
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