What To Expect From Our Campsites In Aquitaine
When you book a stay at one of our campsites in Aquitaine, you’ll feel at home right away, as the warm and friendly staff welcome you and your family. You’ll find fantastic facilities and amenities onsite, from amazing swimming pool complexes and inviting dining options to lively entertainment and fun Kids Clubs.
You’ll be treated to modern, spacious and comfortable accommodation options that occupy green and shaded emplacements, creating an ambiance of peace and privacy. The well-equipped mobile homes and tents will feel like a home away from home, and are the perfect place to rest your head after a day of fun filled adventure and activities.
Our campsites are dotted throughout Aquitaine, enabling you to venture out to the beaches, woodlands, valleys, rivers, mountains, towns, villages and cities of the region. The diversity of Aquitaine means you can experience something different everyday of your holiday.
Things to do when camping in Aquitaine
A camping holiday in Aquitaine gives you access to explore an expansive corner of southwest France, and five diverse departments; Dordogne, Gironde, Landes; Lot-et-Garonne and Pyrénées-Atlantiques.
In Dordogne, you can spend time on or by the meandering river before exploring the wonderful villages and towns nestled between gorgeous sprawls of countryside. Top attractions include the Lascaux cave system, the Marqueyssac gardens, Castelnaud-la-Chapelle Castle, the Gardens of Eyrignac Manor, Aquarium du Périgord Noir and no shortage of stunning chateaux.
Gironde is home to rolling vineyards and wineries set in the grounds of beautiful chateaux, with Medoc being the most notable wine producing region. In Bordeaux, take some time to visit the stunning Place de la Bourse, Bordeaux cathedral, Basilica of Saint Michael and the Pey Berland Tower. Head to the coast and visit the looming Dune du Pilat before exploring the lively seaside resort of Arcachon.
Landes is home to many nice beaches, and numerous equally beautiful lakes. Top attractions in the region are Biscarrosse Lake, Gascony Moors Natural Regional Park and Labenne Zoo. Lot-et-Garonne features plenty of green spaces and scenic places, with good sightseeing opportunities to be had at Bonaguil Castle, Museum of Fine Arts of Agen and Agen Cathedral.
Covering an area of French Basque Country, Pyrénées-Atlantiques takes its name from the Atlantic Ocean and Pyrénées mountains. It's no surprise then that you can enjoy sunny days by the beach or invigorating hikes up picturesque peaks. Top attractions here include Le Musée de la mer Aquarium, the hiking trails in the Irati Forest and the captivating mountain pass at Col d'Aubisque.