Europe Glamping Market Size, Share, Trends, Analysis Report by Accommodation Type (cabins, tents, yurts, tipis, treehouses, and others), Area (rural and urban), End-user (consumers and events), Land Ownership (public and private), Size (4-person, 2-person, and others), and Geography (Europe), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Price Trends, Growth Potential, Competitive Landscape, Share & Forecast, 2020–2025

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MARKET SIZE (REVENUE) USD 996.78 Million (2025)
CAGR 11% (2019-2025)
Base Year 2019
Forecast Year 2020 - 2025
Market Segments Accommodation Type (cabins, tents, yurts, tipis, treehouses, and others), Area (rural and urban), End-user (consumers and events), Land Ownership (public and private), Size (4-person, 2-person, and others)
Geographic Analysis Europe
Countries Covered Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Nordic Countries, Belgium, Others


Glamping companies are continually striving to enhance comfort levels that align with the changing consumer requirements in the market. The inclusion of wellness treatments at campsites and custom-tailored retreats to an abundance of services will help boost revenues in the Europe glamping market. Consumers are trying to detoxify from their digital frenzy and re-claim their time for personal growth, harmony, and wellbeing. The collective concept of vacations is evolving, furthered by intensifying chronic health problems, attributed in part to the growing disconnect from nature. There is a lot of media attention around debilitating indoor lifestyles of modern consumers, which costs them in terms of health. Hence, wellness tourism is a rapidly growing segment in both developed and developing countries. Vendors in the market are thus always striving to enhance comfort levels, a development that has come from keeping up with changing consumer requirements. From custom-tailored retreats to an abundance of services, these outdoor hospitality vendors are offering wellness treatments at campsites. The Europe glamping market is re-defining itself, incorporating more luxurious energy that can create sustained growth for glamorous camping as it offers a greater number of opportunities to pack up and glamp.


  • The market is witnessing the entry of players from the hospitality industry in a bid to seek high returns on investments. These sites tend better equipped and are raising the standards of the overall market.
  • Vendors are increasingly focusing on sustainability, wellness, health, and experience concepts, beyond simply offering a shelter with technically advanced features, comfort, and convenience.
  • Adult-only camping has a newfound relevance as nearly 49% of the population prefers camping without their children.
  • Cabins and treehouses are expected to grow at the fastest CAGRs in the UK during the forecast period.


The market research report includes detailed segmentation by

  • Accommodation type
  • End-user
  • Land Ownership
  • Area Size
  • Geography


Cabins are witnessing an overall growth in glamping. They have been around for a long time and have been considered a novelty. However, they are the most common form of tents used for family camping. They are likely to be more advanced in terms of amenities since they can handle all types of back-end systems and components. Therefore, cabineering leans more toward luxury hotels than camping.

While tents are in demand in the ultra-luxury category, their versatility and low permanency have made them popular among several luxury camping destinations. Tents are also incredibly versatile in terms of size and shapes and are more durable and resistant to weather conditions than other tented camps. Furthermore, hoteliers offering these camping tents can generate up to 40% more revenue than hotels.

Treehouses have found commercial success on a large scale with a new generation demonstrating a non-conformist and outlandish feel. These forms of accommodation are becoming highly desirable. Given that they are rapidly ascending in popularity, hotels have jumped on the bandwagon and are offering treehouses to cash in on them. Builders are more discerning and often take the eco-friendly route when designing, thereby increasing their acceptance among campers.


With disposable household incomes rising, family holidays in Europe are increasing, thereby increasing the demand for the 4-person tent segment. As sites grew and structures became more enduring and permanent, the market witnessed growing appeal in 2019. The market is characterized by creature comforts and a heavy dose of activities and amenities. Safari tents, treehouses, yurts, and pods are the most common forms of accommodation because they tend to be family-friendly and allow for more designated and open living spaces, elements of fun, and convenience. However, since recreational vehicles (RVs) offer mobility, flexibility, and an equally comfortable shelter, their high demand can hinder the growth of the four-person glamping tents during the forecast period.

The demand for a two-person tent is growing as couple glamping is the most popular form of outdoor camping. As couples at several life stages are traveling more than ever, luxury camping is featuring as an important part of their time together. Moreover, the outdoor sphere swinging in the direction of millennials, the age group has become the most dynamic end-user segment.


The tourism market is increasingly marked by a trend to discover places, which are more difficult to access or are relatively unknown. Hence, rural-based glamorous camping experiences are expected to gain ground. Fueled by popular culture, travel bloggers, and Instagram influencers, rural glamping is becoming organized and formal. Farm stays are witnessing the second wave. Immersive glamping at cattle ranches, vineyards, and farms are increasing the popularity of the rural segment.

The future of urban glamping looks bright as the growing number of consumers consider slipping off the urban trail to set up camps within or on the edges of city limits. Being strapped for time, the people in the region, especially the UK, are looking for ways to turn off and escape without having to travel too far. This has led to the demand for luxury camping in urban areas.


Baby boomers experience nature reserves, and they are better able to do so as they have additional resources and time on their hands, thereby expecting to rely on public lands. Since they are also glamping enthusiasts, it does not require them to carry gear, the demand for these accommodations is only going to grow in that age group.

With glamorous camping becoming increasingly lucrative, there are a growing number of guests and hosts that are interested in hosting on and renting out high-end accommodations on private lands. The availability of private land is high, creating new opportunities for the market. From cattle ranch owners to lakeside property holders to farmers that seek to diversify their land use due to failed crops and bad weather. This has driven up the number of private sites in the market.


Increasing digital exposure is limiting outdoor activities among children. This is pushing the idea of spending more time exploring nature, thereby driving demand for glamping. This is particularly high among avid millennial families that have young children that cannot take part in adventurous activities. Another primary driver is the growing demand for weekend getaways for stressed-out urban campers.

The impact of glamping has gone well beyond stays and entered into the realm of events. While camping has long been at the heart of the action at events, it has largely been restricted to music festivals. However, glamping has changed, providing ways to get the whole squad together at striking spots for a fancy-yet-rural experience. It is being used for both personal and professional events. With a promising share of these events being life milestones, the market is expected to grab the attention of several consumers and businesses.


The UK was the stand-out growth market in Western Europe from 2011 to 2016, growing at an average of 7.3% annually, while the rest of the region grew by 0.4% per annum. However, a slowing economy, gathering inflation, and consumer uncertainty have led to the decline of foreign clientele and outbound travel. France is characterized by a diverse landscape, cuisine, and culture. Nearly 9,000 campsites in the country reflect the diversity offering everything from urbane holidays to wild forests to shore camps along with a growing number of luxury pitches. The French clientele accounts for about two-thirds of the traffic on campgrounds with the rest coming from foreigners. They tend to flock to the west and north coast of France, while the south is also rich in terms of campsites, which translates to high demand for glamping.

Spain has observed a rise in the number of players showing interest in integrating renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar energies, adding to its already recognized eco-tourism sector. Since environmentally conscious owners operate several glamping sites, and as most of the sites are located in areas where access to energy is difficult, the number of sites installing solar panels is growing.

Italy has a host of attractions spread across its cities of Venice, Rome, Florence, Naples, or Verona. Campsites, located in North Italy, along the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea, and Tuscany, are among the most frequented places and glamping sites, thereby creating opportunities for the market in Italy. While the summer months of July and August witness the highest tourist influx, there is a growing realization that the country is an all-year destination, particularly among young crowds, playing up glamping opportunities. Glamping is, however, still in its infancy in the country compared with countries such as the UK.


The glamping market in Europe remains highly fragmented. It has the presence of both private and public OHP providers. Most vendors are startups that have been in operation for less than 15 years. Huttopia, Bustec Safari, Canopy & Stars, Eco Retreats, and Wigwam Holidays the leading vendors in the Europe glamping market. The profitability of small companies is linked to their proposition and geographic specificity, given that guests travel only a certain distance from their home when it comes camping. Since glamorous camping is hugely local, there is scope for a healthy competition between vendors, both large and small. Individuals operating in the market are being driven by the opportunity of turning their existing property or using their land into a money-making business. Optimizing the experience, enhancing discoverability, and refining what they have to give are all factors that these small vendors are looking to further their business. Bushtec Safari, Canopy & Stars, Eco Retreats, Huttopia, Wigwam Holidays are the leading vendors.

The Europe Glamping market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Market Segmentation by Accommodation Type  

  • Cabins
  • Tents
  • Yurts
  • Tipis
  • Tree Houses
  • Others
  • Plastic
  • Others

By Area 

  • Rural
  • Urban

By Size

  • 4-person
  • 2-person
  • Others

By Land Ownership   

  • Public
  • Private

By End-users  

  • Consumers
  • Events

By Geography


  • Germany
  • France
  • UK
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Nordic Countries
  • Belgium
  • Others

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the market size and CAGR of the Europe Glamping market?

Europe glamping market size to reach USD 996.78 million by 2025 growing at a cagr of over 11% during the forecast period.

What factors are driving the 'Europe Glamping market?

The inclusion of wellness treatments at campsites and custom-tailored retreats to an abundance of services will help boost revenues in the Europe glamping market.

Who are the key vendors in the 'Europe Glamping market?

Bushtec Safari, Canopy & Stars, Eco Retreats, Huttopia, Wigwam Holidays are the key vendors.

Which accommodation type will witness highest growth?

Cabins are witnessing an overall growth in glamping.

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The glamping market in Europe by revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 11% during the period 2019–2025.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the glamping market in Europe during the forecast period:

  • Direct Digital Print on Rigid Containers
  • Weather-independence Drives Demand
  • Increasingly Common Passive Holidays
  • Advances in Off-Grid Technology
  • Development of Plug-and-play Structures
  • Diversity in Habitat Styles and Levels of Luxury

Base Year:                  2019

Forecast Year:           2020–2025

The study considers the present scenario of the glamping market in Europe and dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report covers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent companies operating in the market.

Key Vendors

  • Bushtec Safari
    • Business Overview
    • Major Product Offerings
    • Key Strengths
    • Key Strategies
    • Key Opportunities
  • Canopy & Stars
  • Eco Retreats
  • Huttopia
  • Wigwam Holidays

 Other Prominent Vendors

  • Arena One 99
    • Business Overview
    • Major Product Offerings
  • Viemore Glamping
  • Bighead
  • BOND Fabrications
  • Chateau Ramšak
  • Concierge Camping
  • The Forge
  • The Glamping Orchard
  • Hidden Valley
  • International Camping Village Etruria
  • Killarney Glamping
  • Kudhva
  • Lanzarote Retreats
  • The Lazy Olive Glamping
  • Long Valley Yurts
  • Loose Reins
  • LuxeTenten
  • Olimia Adria Villages
  • Teapot Lane Luxury Camp
  • Yurtcamp Devon

Market Segmentation by Accommodation Type  

  • Cabins
  • Tents
  • Yurts
  • Tipis
  • Tree Houses
  • Others
  • Plastic
  • Others

Market Segmentation by Area 

  • Rural
  • Urban

Market Segmentation by Size

  • 4-person
  • 2-person
  • Others

Market Segmentation by Land Ownership   

  • Public
  • Private

Market Segmentation by End-users  

  • Consumers
  • Events

Market Segmentation Geography


  • Germany
  • France
  • UK
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Nordic Countries
  • Belgium
  • Others

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.1.1 Inclusions

4.1.2 Exclusions

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of the Study

4.4 Market Segments

4.4.1 Market Segmentation by Accommodation Type

4.4.2 Market Segmentation by Area

4.4.3 Market Segmentation by End-User

4.4.4 Market Segmentation by Land Ownership

4.4.5 Market Segmentation by Size

4.4.6 Market Segmentation by Geography

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 State of the European Economy

7.2 The Outdoor Recreation industry

7.2.1 State of Tourism

7.2.2 Camper insights

7.2.3 Glamping: An Overview

7.2.4 Who Are Glamping?

8 Market Growth Enablers

8.1 Weather-Independance Drives Demand

8.2 Wellness and Wellbeing Vacations Gain Ground

8.3 increasingly Common Passive Holidays

8.4 Festival Glamping

8.5 Advances in off-Grid Technology

8.6 No Place Like Home

9 Market Restraints

9.1 Expensive Builds

9.2 Perception: Glamping Not Camping

9.3 Lack of Knowledge

9.4 Preference for RVs

9.5 Tourists Causing Furore

10 Growth Opportunities & Trends

10.1 Development of Plug-and-Play Structures

10.2 Dark Sky Tourism

10.3 The Second Wave of Glamping

10.4 Diversity in Habitat Styles and Levels of Luxury

10.5 Evolving Luxury Expeditions

10.6 Sustainability on Top of Mind

11 Glamping Market in Europe

11.1 Market Size & Forecast

11.2 Five Forces Analysis

11.2.1 Threat of New Entrants

11.2.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

11.2.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

11.2.4 Threat of Substitutes

11.2.5 Competitive Rivalry

12 Europe Glamping Market by Accommodation Type

12.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.3 Market Overview

12.4 Cabins

12.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.5 Tents

12.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.6 Treehouses

12.6.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.7 Yurts

12.7.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.8 Tipis

12.8.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.9 Others

12.9.1 Market Size & Forecast

13 Europe Glamping Market by Glamping Size

13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.3 Market Overview

13.4 Four-Person

13.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

13.5 Two-Person

13.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

13.6 Others

13.6.1 Market Size & Forecast

14 Europe Glamping Market by End-User

14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

14.3 Market Overview

14.4 Consumers

14.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

14.5 Events

14.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

15 Europe Glamping Market by Area Type

15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

15.3 Market Overview

15.4 Rural

15.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

15.5 Urban

15.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

16 Europe Glamping Market by Land Segmentation

16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

16.3 Market Overview

16.4 Public Land

16.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

16.5 Private Land

16.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

17 Europe Glamping Market by Country

17.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

17.2 Market Overview

17.3 The UK

17.3.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.4 France

17.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.5 Spain

17.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.6 Italy

17.6.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.7 The Netherlands

17.7.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.8 Germany

17.8.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.9 Belgium

17.9.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.10 Other Countries

17.10.1 Market Size & Forecast

18 Competitive Landscape

18.1 Competitive Scenario

18.2 How to Get Started

19 Market Vendor Analysis

19.1 Market Ranking Analysis

20 Key Company Profiles

20.1 Bushtec Safari

20.1.1 Business Overview

20.1.2 Major Product offerings

20.1.3 Key Strengths

20.1.4 Key Strategies

20.1.5 Key Opportunity

20.2 Canopy & Stars

20.2.1 Business Overview

20.2.2 Major Product offerings

20.2.3 Key Strengths

20.2.4 Key Strategies

20.2.5 Key Opportunity

20.3 Eco Retreats

20.3.1 Business Overview

20.3.2 Major Accommodation offerings

20.3.3 Key Strengths

20.3.4 Key Strategies

20.3.5 Key Opportunity

20.4 Huttopia

20.4.1 Business Overview

20.4.2 Major Product offerings

20.4.3 Key Strength

20.4.4 Key Strategies

20.4.5 Key Opportunities

20.5 Wigwam Holidays

20.5.1 Business Overview

20.5.2 Major Product offerings

20.5.3 Key Strengths

20.5.4 Key Strategies

20.5.5 Key Opportunity

21 Other Prominent Vendors

21.1 Arena One 99

21.1.1 Business Overview

21.1.2 Accommodation offerings

21.1.3 Key Strengths

21.1.4 Key Strategies

21.2 Aviemore Glamping

21.2.1 Business Overview

21.2.2 Accommodation offerings

21.2.3 Key Strengths

21.2.4 Key Strategy

21.3 Bighead

21.3.1 Business Overview

21.3.2 Product offerings

21.3.3 Key Strengths

21.3.4 Key Strategies

21.4 BOND Fabrications

21.4.1 Business Overview

21.4.2 Product offerings

21.4.3 Key Strengths

21.4.4 Key Strategies

21.5 Chateau Ramšak

21.5.1 Business Overview

21.5.2 Accommodation offerings

21.5.3 Key Strengths

21.5.4 Key Strategies

21.6 Concierge Camping

21.6.1 Business Overview

21.6.2 Accommodation offerings

21.6.3 Key Strengths

21.6.4 Key Strategies

21.7 The Forge

21.7.1 Business Overview

21.7.2 Accommodation offerings

21.7.3 Key Strengths

21.7.4 Key Strategies

21.8 The Glamping Orchard

21.8.1 Business Overview

21.8.2 Accommodation offerings

21.8.3 Key Strengths

21.8.4 Key Strategies

21.9 Hidden Valley

21.9.1 Business Overview

21.9.2 Accommodation offerings

21.9.3 Key Strengths

21.9.4 Key Strategies

21.10 International Camping Village Etruria

21.10.1 Business Overview

21.10.2 Accommodation offerings

21.10.3 Key Strengths

21.10.4 Key Strategies

21.11 Killarney Glamping

21.11.1 Business Overview

21.11.2 Accommodation offerings

21.11.3 Key Strengths

21.11.4 Key Strategies

21.12 Kudhva

21.12.1 Business Overview

21.12.2 Accommodation offerings

21.12.3 Key Strengths

21.12.4 Key Strategies

21.13 Lanzarote Retreats

21.13.1 Business Overview

21.13.2 Accommodation offerings

21.13.3 Key Strengths

21.13.4 Key Strategies

21.14 The Lazy Olive Glamping

21.14.1 Business Overview

21.14.2 Accommodation offerings

21.14.3 Key Strengths

21.14.4 Key Strategies

21.15 Long Valley Yurts

21.15.1 Business Overview

21.15.2 Accommodation offerings

21.15.3 Key Strengths

21.15.4 Key Strategies

21.16 Loose Reins

21.16.1 Business Overview

21.16.2 Accommodation offerings

21.16.3 Key Strengths

21.16.4 Key Strategies

21.17 LuxeTenten

21.17.1 Business Overview

21.17.2 Product offerings

21.17.3 Key Strengths

21.17.4 Key Strategies

21.18 Olimia Adria Village

21.18.1 Business Overview

21.18.2 Accommodation offerings

21.18.3 Key Strengths

21.18.4 Key Strategies

21.19 Teapot Lane Luxury Camp

21.19.1 Business Overview

21.19.2 Accommodation offerings

21.19.3 Key Strengths

21.19.4 Key Strategies

21.20 Yurtcamp Devon

21.20.1 Business Overview

21.20.2 Product offerings

21.20.3 Key Strengths

21.20.4 Key Strategies

22 Report Summary

22.1 Key Takeaways

22.2 Strategic Recommendations

23 Quantitative Summary

23.1 Market by Accommodation

23.2 Market by End-User

23.3 Market by Land Type

23.4 Market by Area

23.5 Market by Country

23.6 Market by Size

24 Appendix

24.1 Abbreviations

List of Exhibits  

Exhibit 1              Segmentation of Glamping Market in Europe

Exhibit 2              Market Size Calculation Approach 2019

Exhibit 3              Glamping: An Overview

Exhibit 4              Traveler insights by Generation 2018

Exhibit 5              Glamper Profile

Exhibit 6              Impact of Weather-independence Drives Demand

Exhibit 7              Wellness and Wellbeing Vacations Gain Ground

Exhibit 8              Growth Rate of Wellness Tourism in Various Countries 2019

Exhibit 9              Overview of Wellness Tourism in Europe 2019

Exhibit 10            increasingly Common Passive Holidays

Exhibit 11            Travel Motivation Statistics Among European and Us Consumers

Exhibit 12            Impact of Festival Glamping Takes off

Exhibit 13            Advances in off-Grid Technology

Exhibit 14            No Place Like Home

Exhibit 15            Case for Home Country Stays in Europe 2017-2019

Exhibit 16            Impact of Expensive Builds

Exhibit 17            Impact of Perception: Glamping Not Camping

Exhibit 18            Impact of Lack of Knowledge

Exhibit 19            Impact of Preference for Rvs

Exhibit 20            Rv Statistics in Europe 2018

Exhibit 21            Impact of Tourists Causing Furor

Exhibit 22            European Destinations With Anti-Tourism Sentiments

Exhibit 23            Impact of Development of Plug-and-Play Structures

Exhibit 24            Impact of Dark Sky Tourism

Exhibit 25            Impact of the Second Wave of Glamping

Exhibit 26            Highlights of Second Wave

Exhibit 27            Glamping Consumer insights 2019

Exhibit 28            Impact of Diversity in Habitat Styles and Levels of Luxury

Exhibit 29            Impact of Evolving Luxury Expeditions

Exhibit 30            Impact of Sustainability On Top of Mind

Exhibit 31            Eco-Tourism insights and Largest Markets 2018

Exhibit 32            Europe Glamping Market 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 33            Five Force Analysis 2019

Exhibit 34            incremental Growth by Accommodation Type 2019–2025

Exhibit 35            Europe Glamping Market by Accommodation ($ Million)

Exhibit 36            Market in Europe by Accommodation 2019 & 2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 37            Global Glamping Market Growth Comparison by Product 2019–2025

Exhibit 38            Cabin Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 39            Tent Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 40            Treehouse Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 41            Yurt Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 42            Tipi Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 43            Market by Others 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 44            incremental Growth by Size 2019–2025

Exhibit 45            Europe Glamping Market by Size 2019−2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 46            Market in Europe by Size 2019 and 2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 47            Four-Person Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 48            Two-Person Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 49            Market by Others 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 50            incremental Growth by End-User 2019–2025

Exhibit 51            Europe Glamping Market by End-User 2019-2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 52            Market in Europe by End-Users 2019 and 2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 53            Market in Europe – Comparison by End-User 2019-2025

Exhibit 54            Consumer Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 55            Event Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 56            incremental Growth by Area 2019–2025

Exhibit 57            Europe Glamping Market by Area 2019-2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 58            Market in Europe by Area 2019 & 2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 59            Market in Europe: Growth Comparison by Capacity 2019–2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 60            Rural Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 61            Urban Market in Europe 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 62            incremental Growth by Land 2019–2025

Exhibit 63            Europe Glamping Market by Land 2019-2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 64            Market in Europe by Land 2019 and 2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 65            Market in Europe - Comparison by Land 2019-2025 (% Share)

Exhibit 66            Europe Glamping Market by Public Land 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 67            Private Land Europe Glamping Market 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 68            incremental Growth by Country 2019–2025

Exhibit 69            Europe Glamping Market by Country 2019

Exhibit 70            Market in Europe by Country 2025

Exhibit 71            Market in Europe by Country 2019–2025

Exhibit 72            Glamping insights and Statistics for the UK 2018

Exhibit 73            Market in the UK 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 74            Camping Statistics in France 2018

Exhibit 75            Share of Locations Basis Facilities 2019

Exhibit 76            Market in France 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 77            Market in Spain 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 78            Market in Italy 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 79            Market in The Netherlands 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 80            Market in Germany 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 81            Market in Belgium 2019–2025 ($ Million)

Exhibit 82            Market in Other European Countries 2019–2025 ($ Million)


List of Tables     

Table 1                 Key Caveats

Table 2                 Currency Conversion 2013−2019

Table 3                 Degree of Seasonality in Various Countries in Europe

Table 4                 Market Ranking Analysis 2019

Table 5                 Bushtec Safari: Product offerings

Table 6                 Canopy & Stars: Accommodation offerings

Table 7                 Eco Retreats: Accommodation offerings

Table 8                 Huttopia: Accommodation offerings

Table 9                 Wigwam Holidays: Accommodation offerings

Table 10              Europe Glamping Market by Accommodation Type ($ Million)

Table 11              Market in Europe by Accommodation Type (%)

Table 12              Market in Europe by End-User ($ Million)

Table 13              Market in Europe by End-User (%)

Table 14              Market in Europe by Land ($ Million)

Table 15              Market in Europe by Land (%)

Table 16              Market in Europe by Area ($ Million)

Table 17              Market in Europe by Area (%)

Table 18              Market in Europe by Country ($ Million)

Table 19              Market in Europe by Country (%)

Table 20              Market in Europe by Size ($ Million)

Table 21              Market in Europe by Size (%)

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