A different kind of holiday home – in a caravan park in France
Mobile Homes In France
Welcome to our guide on Buying or Selling a Mobile Home in France.
Mobile homes in France are increasingly popular as a holiday retreat. They are very competitively priced, and offer a huge variety of choices as far as location. There are campsites near the water, in the mountains, and in the countryside.
There are a few decisions to make when you are buying a mobile home. Do you buy it second-hand or new? Do you buy it on-site or do you find a site and install your own? Choosing a campsite according to your lifestyle is an important factor. Is it family friendly? Do they accept pets? What is there to see and do in the area? In these pages we aim to provide you with a handy guide to choose your mobile home and to find the perfect location to enjoy endless holidays in France.
We can help you choose the right area of France and set up regular payments to France for utilities and services. Also read our article on home exchange: the extra perks of owning a holiday home in France to discover the options available to you if you own a mobile home in France.
We have a wide selection of articles below on mobile homes in France to help you with your move.
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In the last few years we have seen a lot of change on one of our favourite parks in the Vendee. Investment in facilities and nice new plots for owners has seen an increase in popularity for this pretty park.…
As with any property purchase, buying a mobile home can seem daunting, and there are a number of things that you need to consider carefully. However, don’t worry, as a growing number of people have taken the leap and become…
For many years they rented gîtes in different Departments of France, but then they were ready for a home of their own they decided on a holiday home in Brittany.
Michelle first visited Lac des Réves in the south coast of France on holiday, and decided to make it her own…
Just some of the unusual sights jostling for space in this region are: bullfighting at Mont de Marson (the “course landaise” involves vaulting over the horns and the back of the charging animal); an eco-museum at Marquèze that shows how fishermen used to cross marshy ground on stilts; and Lourdes, a site of modern pilgrimage and miracles that is visited by about four million people annually.
Then there are oysters from the Bassin d’Arcachon, the enormous Dune du Pyla, world surf championships, the city of Borbeaux and medieval villages, all in the immediate area
Prices range from €15,000 for a 2 bedroom, pre-used mobile up to €60,000 for a new luxury 3 bedroom mobile home.
Guests frequently approach us with questions such as; “How long is the Park open for?” “What are the annual Site Fees?” “Are there any vacant plots available today?” So, to give you as much information as possible we have compiled this set of useful questions and answers.