Although Belgians enjoy camping themselves, the country – Europe’s seat of government – falls a little behind many of its European neighbours when it comes to camping offers. Even though there are campsites located on the heavily developed North Sea coast, access to the sea is not always as easy as it is in the Netherlands. Furthermore, the cities of Brussels, Gent, Bruges and Antwerp are cultural hotspots, but they aren’t typical camping destinations. However, thanks to the country’s small size, they can be visited on a day trip from campsites all over the country. The Ardennes, where you will enjoy a beautiful countryside as well as regional specialties such as ham, cheese or Trappist beers, are particularly popular. Caves and castles, ancient villages and picturesque river valleys make the Ardennes a great destination for hikers and cyclists, and also for cross-country skiers in winter. Camping Parc La Clusure in the Ardennes is very special and stands out from the rest , as it is the country’s only LeadingCamping. Thanks to its premium facilities and excellent restaurant, it is a highly recommended destination for campers in Belgium.