The Vendee is a perfect holiday destination. With its miles of safe golden beaches and warm climate, it is a paradise for families, beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts alike. If you have ever considered a holiday on a campsite in France then look no further than this area! It is made for camping!
There are many sights and places of interest to see. From your campsite Vendee can easily be explored by car, or even on foot or by bike. You can discover the magic of this breathtaking region without the need to travel too far.
When it comes to finding a campsite Vendee has literally some of the best in Europe. We have chosen Le Clarys Plage and Sol A Gogo because of their particularly high standards and superior amenities on offer and many of our Hello France customers return each year to these superb campsites. Like us, they know that a Hello France campsite in France is the perfect destination for an ideal family holiday!
Our modern cottage style mobile homes are on a choice of two holiday parks. Both are of the highest quality so whichever you choose you can be sure you are staying on the very best campsite Vendee has to offer. We vet our sites very carefully and your Hello France campsite in France offers a very high standard of attractions, swimming pools and amenities.
We have two campsites in the Vendee. Le Clarys Plage and Sol A Gogo both with four star and situated right next to fabulous beaches and within easy reach of shops and restaurants. Your campsite in France could not be in a better!
The Vendee region is known for its great weather. It has a microclimate that delivers over 2500 hours of sunshine per year and is similar to the Mediterranean climate of the Cote d’Azur.
Water sports on offer including surfing, windsurfing, swimming, snorkelling, kayaking and sailing and the area is excellent for cycling and walking.There are many miles of cycle ways and signposted walks linking places of interest and routes where a breath taking view is often just around the corner from your campsite Vendee location.
Alternatively, you can just enjoy the long sunny days on the beach. The clean blue sea is perfect for swimming and the long golden beaches are ideal for children. Whatever your interests, from your campsite France is literally at your fingertips.
A campsite in France is a great place to try the local food. Seafood is a speciality in the Vendee and very reasonably priced in most cafés and restaurants. Preparing meals in the mobile home is easy and there are plenty of delicious local ingredients to try.If this is not your style then why not order a pizza or takeaway?You can order a variety of food from the campsite, Vendee is a great place for food and don’t forget the delicious local wine! The Vendee is a famous wine producing area and locally made Muscadet is a delicious white wine and well respected throughout the world. A visit to a local vineyard is an enjoyable experience where you can sample the wine and buy direct from the producers often at low prices. An advantage to holidaying on a campsite in France is the chance to take great wine home with you.
Book with Hello France and discover the Vendee at Sol a Gogo and Le Clarys Plage .Two perfect holiday locations.
Vendee Region - Saint Jean-de-Monts, Les Sables d’Orlonne & La Rochelle
Whether you like the tranquilly of the countryside or prefer something more lively, you will find what you are looking for within easy reach of your campsite in Vendee.
The picturesque island Ile Nourmoutier – famed for its excellent salt is worth a visit as is the picturesque fishing port of Saint Gilles Croix de Vie. The resorts of Saint Jean de Monts and Les Sables d’Orlonne are bustling towns with a wide choice of cafes and restaurants.
Alternatively, take a boat trip among the salt marshes to see a wild range of natural beauty and wildlife.
Further south the beautiful and historic port of La Rochelle should not be missed.
VENDEE ATTRACTIONS - HELLO FRANCE RECOMMENDS YOU VISIT
Parc d'attraction des Dunes - Charming leisure park that offers a great family day out in scenic grounds. Ideal for younger children with a range of activities including bouncy castles, slides and mini golf.
Le Puy du Fou – the most popular attraction in France, next to Disneyland. A world famous 18th century château is home to a theme park full of attractions. There are spectacular performances by night including gladiatorial combat in the arena.
Futuroscope – One of the best theme parks in France and famed for its advanced cinema techniques from 3D to 360° screens.
Atlantic Toboggan Park – near St. Hilaire de Riez. An exciting water park with many features, including a wave machine and a variety of slides and chutes including the kamikaze waterslide.
Zoo des Sables d'Olonnes – The Zoo at Les Sables d’Orlonne is a sanctuary to threatened species from all over the world. The animals are in natural surroundings designed to make them feel at home. Well worth a visit.
St. Jean de Monts – A lively seaside resort with an esplanade, pier and a wide sandy beach. Great restaurants, fashionable shops, marina, casinos and nightclubs.
Les Sables d'Olonne – A modern seaside town with a marina, fort and war museum and packed with superb resterants and shops. Visit the charming old Fishermans quarter and see the starting point of the Vendee yacht race.
Marais Poitevin – A national park covering 200km of marshland and home to rare birds and wildlife. Rent a punt and discover the canals of this beautiful area known as Green Venice.
Île De Noirmoutier – This unusual island is connected to the mainland by the Gois Causeway at low tide or by a bridge from Fromentine. Enjoy unspoilt beaches, a château and the atmospheric ruins of an ancient 7th century monastery.
Océanile – A large water park on the island of Île de Nourmoutier with huge pools, slides and flumes.
Apremont Lake – a magnificent medieval chateau and huge lake with beaches, safe swimming and a picnic area. A great day out.
La Rochelle – just south of the Vendée. A beautiful historic old port and well worth a visit with plenty to see and to do including shopping in the winding narrow streets or visiting the WW2 submarine museum.
St. Gilles Croix de Vie – Picturesque fishing port and tourist resort. You will find a wide choice of cafes, bars and restaurants in the town and along the promenade at La Grande Plage.
Île d’Yeu – a rocky granite island with ancient stone megaliths and a history of some unusual residents. Take a boat trip and explore this unusual island.
Île de Ré – Interesting island with plenty to do and see. Why not visit the charming port of St. Martin de Ré and have lunch in one of the many restaurants?