Inspired by the television series TF1, the network aims to federate independent campsites over 150 locations. A dozen establishments have just obtained the label.
You may be the first real customers of Camping Paradise. This new network, inspired by the TV series of TF1, will see the day starting in the spring of 2020 in a dozen already selected campsites.
The lucky ones, on about sixty applications, are located in Brittany, Vendée, Dordogne, Ardèche and in the Gers, precise The Tourist Echo, a magazine dedicated to professionals in the sector.
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Campsites with the colors of the series
Entrance porch, reception, entertainment team, electric cart … From fiction to reality, everything will look like the TV series, incarnated on the screen by Laurent Ournac, the main actor.
The famous "Boom Boom Party" will even be part of the festivities!
"We are even looking to use the actors, despite their absence on the campsite, in a humorous way," said Martine Granier, the co-founder of the network, during a press conference on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.
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From 150 to 300 locations maximum
The establishments that will benefit from the label count on average 150 to 300 sites, proposing a "offer of stays of family, club or animated camping".
To join the network, the owners of campsites will have to pay 19 000 euros of affiliation fees, to which will be added a fixed price of 10 000 euros per year and a commission of 6% on the annual turnover of the 'establishment.
France is the first European campground, with 8,023 campsites, and the second largest in the world behind the United States.
The turnover of the sector reached 2.6 billion euros in 2018.
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