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12 campings 3, 4 et 5 étoiles et un village vacances implantés dans des lieux touristiques d'exception : la Loire-Atlantique, la Vendée, l'Ile de Ré, l'Ile d'Oléron, la Dordogne, les Landes, le Roussillon et l'Île-de-France. Animations et services garantis d'avril à septembre*.

The Ile d'Oléron


100 km of wild coasts and immense beaches stretching from the Chassiron lighthouse to the north to the Pointe de Maumusson in the south, and all just waiting for you! Full of scenes of unspoilt natural beauty, the island's four regions all boast the 'Pavillon Bleu' environmental quality label. Take a trip into the salt marshes with their amazing contrasting landscapes. The flora is exceptional, and the wild fauna includes over 250 species of birds. Whether on foot or by bike, plunge into the heart of the three forest regions (2,900 hectares) or the dunes, where pine trees and holm oaks grow side by side against a magnificent natural backdrop. The oyster huts add a that extra something special to the island's cheerful colours. It's a feast for the eyes!

Leisure pursuits

History lovers take note! Monuments, churches and local architecture locale like the Citadel of the Château d’Oléron or the Chassiron lighthouse abound on the Île d'Oléron. Climb aboard ship and discover Fort Boyard, brought to fame by the programme of the same name. Surrounded by sea and countryside, visit the Bird Marshes, the port at Salines or the oyster farms of Fort Royer. Lovers of board sports can indulge in bodyboarding, sand yachting or kite surfing, while those in search of more traditional pursuits can enjoy golf or horse riding. A paradise for ramblers, the area boasts 130 km of cycle paths, also ideally suited and perfectly safe for hikes.


The rich regional cuisine is based on fish and seafood – and represents the best of quality in Charente-Maritime. The 'Marennes-Oléron Oyster' is the only French oyster to boast the Label Rouge quality seal. Pineau, regional wines and cognac are a perfect match for a variety of dishes: it’s enough to make your taste buds sing! Bouchots mussels, the most widespread variety on the island, are best cooked in the dish known as églade, with white wine and Roquefort. Guaranteed to delight the discerning foodie. Take advantage of the local market to stock up on these quality products and savour them with your family and friends.