What are our best campsites in Vendays-Montalivet?
Set in a gorgeous location within a pine forest, our best campsite in Vendays-Montalivet is Atlantic Club Montalivet, a five-star resort offering direct access to a beautiful sandy beach of the Atlantic Ocean. The campsite is ideal for family holidays under the sun, where you can enjoy both relaxing and active escapes.
The highlight of the campsite is most certainly its amazing water park that features a number of outdoor and indoor pools as well as water slides. There’s plenty of fun to be had in the water, and plenty of space to sun yourself on the poolside terrace.
Active campers will love the diversity of things to do onsite, which includes a great selection of sports. Young holidaymakers can make new friends while enjoying activities at the kid’s club, and families can enjoy a vibrant programme of evening entertainment.
As expected of a five star resort, Atlantic Club Montalivet boasts a great range of services and facilities, including dining options in the form of an onsite restaurant, pizzeria, takeaway service, creperie, snack bar and ice cream stand. The campsite also has a mini market and souvenir shop.
A range of accommodation is available at the site including a selection of mobile homes and lodges catering for all budgets. Wonderful glamping tents are popular and offer the perfect place to embrace nature while on your camping holiday.
What are the best things to do while camping in Vendays-Montalivet?
Vendays-Montalivet is a town of around 2500 residents but in summer the number swells to around 30,000 due to the influx of tourists looking to enjoy the sun, sea and sands of the coast. Most of the best things to do while camping in Vendays-Montalivet revolve around the water, whether you enjoy swimming, water sports on the waves of the Atlantic Ocean or scenic coastal cycling and walking trips.
The nearest beaches to the town, all of which feature lovely soft sands, include Plage Soulac, Plage d'Euronat and Plage Vensac. A stay in Vendays-Montalivet also offers you the chance to day trip to a number of quaint towns such as Hourtin, Talmont, Le Verdon-sur-Mer, Vertheuil and Meschers-sur-Gironde.
If you have a car, you can plan some day trips further afield, with one of the best sightseeing options being the nearby Arcachon Bay, a tranquil body of water that is home to the picturesque island of île aux Oiseaux. For lovers of the big city, Bordeaux is another great option where you can experience so much in a single day. The top tourist attractions here include La Ciudad del Vino Museum, Place de la Bourse, Bordeaux Cathedral, Gran Teatro de Burdeos opera house, the 18th century bell of Grosse Cloche and the Bordeaux Museum of Fine Arts.