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Which campsite is right for you?
Do the Match2Camp test to determine which type of camping is best for you.
Number of questions: 8
What do you find the most important when choosing a campsite?
It is important to me that there is a friendly atmosphere and that plenty of activities are organized on the campsite.
I like to choose a campsite that offers rest and privacy.
The campsite must have something special and be "a bit out of the ordinary" or there must be some unusual and unspoiled countryside in the vicinity.
The facilities and the organisation must be well run. In addition, for me the campsite is mainly a base for trips (out) in the surroundings, such as interesting (larger) towns, culture or imposing castles.
Which of the following comments about the campsite amenities most apply to you?
The campsite should have plenty of amenities for an enjoyable stay (such as children's toilets, good lighting and fridge or coolbox rental).
It is important for me that the campsite has comfortable and luxurious amenities (such as an internet connection on my own pitch, luxury toilet facilities, washing machine and dryer).
The campsite must have satisfactory and decent basic amenities (such as good toilet facilities, water taps and drainage close to the pitch, good lighting).
Amenities are not so important for me, it's more about the ambiance and the location of the campsite.
Which facilities are important to you for a camping holiday?
The facilities on the campsite are perfectly run (for example the camp shop, restaurant, swimming pool).
A campsite with unusual accommodation (teepee, tree house) or camping pitches (in the countryside with limited facilities).
There are sufficient facilities on the campsite for a comfortable stay (for example a large restaurant or bistro, wellness centre, etc.).
There are extensive facilities in the immediate vicinity of the campsite (for example a leisure pool, entertainment programme, shops, (take away) restaurant).
Which activities are especially important to you in the campsite surroundings?
Good opportunities for walking and cycling in the surrounding area.
Lively towns and villages with attractive squares and street markets.
There are good opportunities close by for being sportive (for example canoeing/rafting, kite surfing, diving).
An area with plenty of opportunities for watersports (sailing, motor boats), horse riding, tennis or golf.
What do you look out for when it comes to activities organized by the campsite?
A campsite where adventurous activities are organised such as hiking, canyoning or abseiling.
A campsite where sailing or surfing courses, golf clinics or gliding are held or organised.
A campsite with fun entertainment and karaoke evenings and family competitions (badminton, volleyball, football) on the site.
A campsite where regular activities such as cards or bingo evenings are organised.
Which characteristics apply mostly to you?
Energetic, adventurous, slightly impatient
Critical, intelligent, self-conscious, like to take the lead
Jovial, cheerful, spontaneous, interested in others
Helpful, relaxed, quiet, thoughtful
What interests and leisure activities suits you the most?
Gardening, reading, walking, staying at home, watching TV
Enjoyable evenings with friends, shopping, days out with the children
Motor sports, golf, winter sports, visiting a wellness centre
Active sports, going out, visiting the theatre, adventurous holidays
The perfect camping holiday for us mostly means...
Plenty of freedom and especially being involved in sport.
Checking out the attraction of the campsite with the family or friends.
Away from the daily grind, especially relaxation.
A relaxed and care-free holiday doing just what you feel like.
Plenty of comfort, not too much to do, spending time on interests and hobbies and simply 'recharging the batteries'.
Doing something special, looking for adventure and variety, experiencing something new.