The campsite La Brande and its covered and heated swimming pool are opened from 25 march to 3rd November 2016. Our 5 star campsite is situated on the island of Oléron, 2.5 kms from the village of Le Chateau d’Oleron and 300m from a…
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Description of the Campsite At the Camping “Le Patisseau” in Pornic you will find all facilities of a 4 star campsite with the friendliness of a family camping. It is the ideal campsite to both relax and workout. At Le…
Camping de l’Etang du Pays Blanc*** is open from March 1st to November 30th on a 5 hectares site located 30 m from a fishing pond (30 ha). Wooded site with quiet spacious and half-shaded in nature, located equidistant from the beach of…
Les Gros Joncs, on the West coast of Oleron Island, is ideally located between sea and forest, sheltered by the dunes. The landscaped campsite is the ideal holiday resort for relaxation, sports activities, discovering nature or weekends all year round.…
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Montcabrier In The Lot In a charming green valley, on the small river “Thèze”you will find our comfortable familycampsite with 90 large pitches. The 17th century watermill houses the bar, restaurant, grocery shop and reception. The campsite is 1 km…
The southern Ardèche Region in France is a haven for people seeking a more active break, and its impressive gorge makes it ideal for canoeing holidays
Expecting a comedy approach to camping in France, Dominic Bliss heads to the Jura en famille. He’s in for a very pleasant surprise
There are between 9,000 and 10,000 registered campsites in France – that is almost half the total number of campsites for the whole of Europe…
As the weather starts to improve, you might consider trading your hotel for a campsite. Read on to find out why, for some people, a camping trip can mark the start of a lifelong love affair.
Welcome to what may be one of France’s best kept secrets – the Auvergne Volcanic Regional Nature Park, made up of five main areas including the chain of puys (old volcanic craters and mountains) and the Sancy Massif.
This style of camping still feels like the ‘real’ thing, with each tipi or yurt provided with its own campfire and cooking equipment, but everything is just that bit easier – you can sleep under the stars and yet avoid a bad back”.
The most popular way of holidaying with children is camping, because it is cost effective and keeps them entertained. There are numerous other benefits, but there are drawbacks, too. Read our list before making your holiday choice.
The southern Languedoc-Roussillon Mediterranean coastline running along the eastern edges of the Aude and Pyrenees-Orientales departments seduces thousands of holiday makers every year with miles of golden sandy beaches.
Situated minutes from the sandy beaches of Canet en Roussillon, Les Fontaines welcomes you in a tranquil and natural environment. Facilties for families include sports grounds, swimming pool and mini farm – something for everyone!
Campsites on the Gard side of the Rhone give ideal access to both the Gard and the Bouches du Rhone departments. You not only have easy access to the Pont du Gard and Nimes but also the historic cities of Avignon and Arles.
Many of these campsites offer a private section of the river and are located in remote and beautiful settings. The dramatic gorges of the Ardeche are close by and there are a number of caves to explore in the vicinity.
The Piedmont Cevenol is the terrain situated at the foot of the Cevennes in the north of the Languedoc. It is well located for holidays, as it is under an hour to the sea, half an hour to Montpellier or Nimes, and on the doorstep of the Cevennes.
Campsites close to the Pont du Gard aqueduct and the delightful provencal town of Uzes offer great facilities for those who want to mix culture with nature. The area has ample opportunities for canoeing, cycling, walking or sightseeing.