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Camping in Charente-Maritime

Find Your Dream Camping Holiday in Charente-Maritime
The region is a place of quaint seaside towns, charming islands and miles of sunny, golden beaches that attract visitors from all over the globe. Lux-Camp matches visitors with the perfect holiday camping site to ensure they return home having enjoyed their ultimate camping holiday. Full text
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Charente Maritime, France
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An Overview of a Camping Holiday in Charente Maritime

What makes Charente-Maritime unique?

  • Historical sites and ancient architecture
  • Evening market stalls and live performances at La Rochelle
  • The island of lle de Ré and its authentic, unspoilt villages
  • Water sports and leisure activities for the entire family
Enjoying the camping luxury of a mobile home, bungalow tent or luxury tent secured by Lux-Camp is only part of what makes camping in this south-western region of France so special. The spectacular landscape of this second most sunny department in France lures visitors with its warmth, wealth of fine beaches and its historical significance. Renaissance buildings stand alongside modern structures like the kaleidoscopic aquarium thought to be amongst the best in Europe.

The Most Popular Campsites in Charente Maritime

Camping luxury gets no better than at the Sequoia Park. It is a magnificently lush 110 acre, 5-star holiday camping site. The superb subtropical design of its aquapark entices many residents to simply relax here and enjoy the heated pools, water slides and jacuzzis, or to share in the family fun and entertainment provided by the site’s Ibou club.
Camping Royan is where luxury camping gives campers access to the twin towns of Royan and La Tremblade, which are separated by a spectacular pine forest. Hikers and biking enthusiasts will also enjoy exploring the coast of the Gironde estuary and the villages of Talmont and Mornac-sur-Seudre renowned for their beauty.

La Boulinière allows you to enjoy ultimate comfort at this luxury camping site with its heated pools and close proximity to the magnificent beaches on the beautiful island of Oléron. Plenty of family entertainment, sporting activities and themed DJ evenings ensure a truly memorable stay.

Beaches, Attractions and Culture

Beaches and Nature in Charente-Maritime
The entire coastline of Charente Maritime is one spectacular display of warm, golden and family-friendly beaches with those at the coastal islands of Oléron and lle de Ré being famous for their beauty. Travel south to Royan and enjoy a magnificent array of bird life, as well as the Palmyre Zoo with its 16,000 strong animal population. Boat excursions also offer an opportunity to see the region’s famed oyster beds, while exploring the stunning islands and Gironde estuary.
Attractions in Charente-Maritime
The town of La Rochelle with its medieval fortifications is a favourite amongst tourists, because of its bustling seafront that comes alive with night time entertainment. Saintes, once the capital of Roman Aquitaine, holds many examples of the architecture of the time, including an amphitheatre and the Arch of Germanicus.

Food, Drink and Culture
As expected, oysters are frequently savoured by visitors to the region, with seafood being a menu favourite.
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