Campervan Hire Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

Campervan in France with Vineyards

Campervan in France with Vineyards

France’s largest and busiest airport serves the ‘City of Light’. This Paris airport is situated in Roissy-en-France, around 16 miles northeast of the romantic fashion hub, with the A1 autoroute offering passengers direct access from the air hub to the city. The facility is also linked with Paris by metro, high-speed train and bus.

Paris’ surrounding area has much to offer and France’s toll-free autoroutes and large four-lane roads make it easy to explore by motorhome. A recreational vehicle allows visitors to take in famous

Recommended campervan drives in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport


the compact region that surrounds the city is filled with parks, forests and famous chateaux, in addition to Disneyland Resort Paris. Top picks in the region include Château de Fontainebleau, Château de Versailles and the town of Nogent-sur-Marne. While exploring this region, stay overnight at Campsite Huttopia Versailles or Caravan Site La Musardière.

Strait of Dover:

the drive from Equihen-Plage to Fort Mahon-Plage offers some of the best beaches along the coast, with La Touquet the most popular of them all. This short, beautiful drive offers plenty of places to stay overnight en route, including Camping der la Mer and Campsite Motorhome l’Orée du Bois.

Loire Valley:

this stunning area just a 2 hour, 30 minute drive from Paris is famous for its castles, breathtaking scenery, vineyards and historical villages. Visit the beautiful Châteaux Amboise while staying at Campsite Le Jardin Botanique, see the UNESCO World Heritage Cathedral of St Etienne from Caravanning Site Municipal Robinson and rest at Motorhome Site La Fritillaire to explore the historical town of Saumur.

About the airport

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport handles over 60 million passengers each year, making it the seventh-busiest airport in the world. It is a hub for national carrier Air France and American carrier Delta Air Lines, and offers travel to and from many worldwide destinations, including destinations in the UK.

There are three terminals, with Terminal 1 the oldest, Terminal 2 the largest, with seven separate terminals and one common area, and Terminal 3 the smallest. The latter is connected with Terminal 1 by a walking path. In addition to three terminals, the airport has a complex that houses office towers, a shopping centre and hotels.