A family-friendly outdoor holiday destination located in the Camargue Regional Nature Reserve, Campsite Crin Blanc is ideal for blissful breaks in picturesque Provence. The site is close to Saint-Gilles and Arles as well as the seaside resort of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, and provides campers with the ideal place to enjoy sun-filled escapes in the south of France.
The swimming complex at the resort is the best place from which to enjoy the rays of the Camargue sun, and features a main pool and a relaxation pool with balneotherapy features and lush vegetation that creates a peaceful ambiance. Children can whizz down the water slide, while really small campers can enjoy fun in the shallow water pool that has a selection of splash games.
Holidaymakers who are feeling a little sporty will enjoy a stay at Crin Blanc as they can play beach volleyball, basketball and football, as well as boules, table tennis and billiards. Throughout the week, the resort runs instructor led fitness classes. With so much to do for adults, children can busy themselves at the onsite playground or at the Kid’s Club which offers youngsters the chance to participate in creative workshops, mini-Olympics, water games and much more.
The pleasant restaurant at Crin Blanc welcomes hungry campers to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as offering a popular fast food takeaway service. One of the nicest things to do on a stay at this lovely campsite is to enjoy tapas on the lounge terrace before settling in for a night of evening entertainment that typically consists of bingo, karaoke, dance parties and live music.
Offering comfort, intimacy and a relaxing atmosphere, our accommodation options at the resort are set into peaceful and abundantly green emplacements that set the scene for truly memorable and authentic camping holidays.
Crin Blanc is an ideal base to explore the Camargue Regional Nature Reserve. Take a walk along 4.5 km of nature trails or spot herons and waders from one of Salin de Badon’s 3 bird-watching observatories.
Saint-Gilles is a ten-minute drive away and offers a choice of delicious restaurants and interesting landmarks including the ancient “Abbatiale de Saint Gilles”.
Arles can be found 10 miles from the campsite, and is famed for having once been Van Gogh’s home. Arles is home to a fantastic choice of museums and historic landmarks. Built around 2,000 years ago, the Arles Roman Arena is the town's most famous attraction and was originally used for gladiatorial events.
Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, a beautiful fishing village set by Mediterranean Sea, is less than half an hour by car and was the inspiration for a number of Van Gogh’s paintings. Today you can wander around the shops and museums or enjoy something to eat in one of the local restaurants.
From 07/04/2023 To 10/09/2023