Camping Memling

Address: Veltemweg 109, Brugge, West Flanders, 8310, Belgium | Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Memling Brugge

Reviewed by shearers

Great site for Brugge and longer.

Reviewed Sep 9, 2016
by (5 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Very quiet and clean site, modern facilities, easy to cycle in to Brugge.

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Reviewed by leahclay

Great little campsite

Reviewed Jul 4, 2013
by (3 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

Super helpful friendly staff (who speak English), cute grounds, very clean. Great toilet/shower facility. Wifi costs 1 euro per hour. Laundry facilities on site. We stayed for two nights with our rental RV. VERY easy to get into town. Bus stop is only 2 blocks away. Camp ground gives you personalized info on buses, as well as free map.

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Reviewed by charles.daggett

Camping how we like it.

Reviewed Jul 8, 2012
by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

A very nice campground. Close to Brugge and grocery stores. There is even a sporting goods store near where you can get gas for your stove. The are just adding new showers and toilets, there is a recreation room with tables where you can use the internet.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Camping Memling Brugge

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Brugge

Good News & Bad News

A travel blog entry by shearers on Sep 09, 2016

1 comment, 28 photos

As you know (may) Bruges IS touristy and is one of the World's first "destinations" after 1900 (, supposedly overcrowded and a bit fake, but only Brugge can still get away with it!
We are two of around 2 million visiting each year.

It's supposedly a medieval city, stuck in it's time warp plus the …

Traveling woes

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 29, 2014

1 photo

Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...

In Bruges (Come on, I had to...)

A travel blog entry by luciferm on Aug 10, 2011

... Would it have killed them to spend 30 seconds having a debate in the Bellfry about it? Don't think it would've hurt the script at all personally. I am surprised at the amount of people here. I know it's August and school holiday time, but I'd expected Bruges to be a small town with a few people, but it's nothing but tourists tourists tourists.

The Land Rover - life today has been frustrating & it'll be a long time to ...

We (heart) Gent part 1

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Jun 30, 2010

... to cooperate the following day as well, but we made the
best of it by hitting the streets. The above area is Gent's city
center; the water of the Leie is lined on ...

Day 11 Antwerp to Brugge

A travel blog entry by padalecki on Aug 23, 2009

30 photos

... Our Lady, whose brick spire — at 122m — makes it one of the world's highest brick towers/buildings. The sculpture Madonna and Child, which can be seen in the transept, is believed to be Michelangelo's only sculpture to have left Italy within his lifetime. You also have to visit The Basilica of the Holy ...