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Campsites in France

How about kick-starting your family’s summer holiday at a luxurious campsite in France? All AA customers can enjoy fantastic holiday savings of up to 50% off a Eurocamp holiday with AA Rewards. To help you start your holiday planning, Eurocamp list some of their most popular campsites in France, along with some pro-tips on how to get there.

Also, if you’re driving abroad this summer remember that breakdowns aren’t cheap. It’s well worth protecting yourself and your wallet by taking out European Breakdown Cover.


Vendée North

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The Vendée is nestled in the north west of France and is famed for the broad sweep of Atlantic coast that hugs the region. There’s also the quaint Île de Re, the perfect holiday island with its beaches, pretty ports and charming historical towns. Miles of beach and wide expanses of sea come as standard with any trip to the Vendée, but there is a lot more to explore if you can tear yourself away from the coast. Think wine-tasting, hiking, medieval games and comedy festivals…

Top rated parks in the region

le pin parasol 

Le Pin Parasol – Lac-du-Jaunay, Vendee  Rated: 9.0/10
You’ll see that Le Pin Parasol is a parc full of wonderful contrasts, with direct access to Lac de Jaunay, a fantastic play area located beside woodland…and new rubber boat waterslides into a heated plunge pool!

le littoral

Le Littoral – Les Sables d’Olonne, Vendee  Rated: 9.0/10
Looking for a French fancy that will keep the whole family entertained? Then come along to Le Littoral, a perfectly positioned parc that promises brilliant beach times, as well as onsite excitement.


Domaine d’Oléron – Ile De Oléron, Vendee  Rated 8.9/10
Cycle through the wildflower-edged lanes of Ile d’Oléron and you’ll soon slip into the pace of this enchanting island, cast just off the French Atlantic coast.

Getting there


  • Nantes
  • La Rochelle


  • St Malo
  • Cherbourg
  • Caen
  • Calais


It’s the shortest of hops to the longest of coastlines. If you’re into bucket and spades there’s mile after mile of sandy beaches, rock pools, lighthouses and sailing regattas in the summer. If you’re into ice buckets and white wine, there are chic towns and peaceful hamlets where you can goggle at traditional Breton costumes and lace headdresses being worn from a seaside restaurant.

Top rated parks in the region

la plage

La Plage Campsite – Trinité Sur Mer, Brittany  Rated 9.1/10
Getting back to nature doesn’t mean foregoing life’s little luxuries. Stroll around the pretty gardens of La Plage, set amidst the well-kept gardens of an old Breton farmhouse, and you’ll see what we mean.

la baie

La Baie Campsite – Trinité Sur Mer, Brittany  Rated 9.0/10
If you’re looking for your fill of sun, and beaches on your doorstep, let us introduce you to La Baie.

des menirs

Des Menhirs Campsite – Carnac, Brittany  Rated 8.9/10
Brittany certainly isn’t short of magnificent beaches. So when we tell you that Des Menhirs is next to one of the best, you’ll know you’re in for a real treat.

Getting there


  • Brest
  • Dinard
  • Quimper
  • Rennes


  • Caen
  • Cherbourg
  • Le Havre
  • Roscoff
  • St Maio
  • Calais

Languedoc and Roussillon

Traditional southern France meets quirky Catalonia…it’s like two holidays in one! A diverse region with deep gorges cut into the mountains, lakes and marshland that are a haven for birds from all over the world including thousands of pink flamingos, and miles of regimented vineyards bounded by a coast of warm sandy beaches or windy headlands ideal for sports enthusiasts.

Drive inland to explore the ancient walled city of Carcassonne or the beautiful old quarter of Béziers, or spread your wings a little and head into the Pyrénées and Spanish Catalonia.

Top rated parks in the region

dunes et soleil

Dunes et Soleil – Marseillan-Plage, Languedoc   Rated 10.0/10
Sheltered by a wild sand dune, this family-friendly parc has direct access to a golden, sandy beach – ideal for lazy sunbathing days and dips in the sea.

domaine de masserau

Domaine de Massereau – Sommières, Languedoc   Rated 9.1/10
Tours and tastings in your parc’s own vineyard? Now you’re talking! The unique attractions of Domaine de Massereau really do include the chance to sample the produce of this family-run parc, nestled on a working wine estate.

la brasilia

Le Brasilia – Canet-Plage, Roussillon   Rated 9.1/10
It’s all about the water sports at Canet Plage – a bustling, modern resort just 3 km from your parc. Unless, of course, you’re all about the seafood restaurants – and it could easily be all about them, too!

Getting there


  • Montpellier
  • Nimes
  • Beziers
  • Perpignan
  • Gerona
  • Carcassonne
  • Gerona


  • Caen
  • Calais
  • Cherbourg
  • St Malo

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Car Hire

car hire

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