Family Chalet Camping Holidays in France
Great family holidays at our French campsites
If you're looking for an ideal family holiday, chalet camping will definitely hit the spot with plenty of lively action right on the doorstep to entertain young and old alike.
Our choice of chalet campsites covers France from Normandy all the way down to the Mediterranean in great locations which are either near a beach, by lakes and forests or within easy reach of interesting places to visit.
Why choose a campsite holiday in France?
- Our campsites are highly rated and most are near the beach
- Most feature large outdoor & indoor pools and have many facilities for children
- Fun-packed pursuits and sporting activities right on your doorstep
- A great holiday for families
Great choice of destinations
France is a fabulous destination for family holidays, offering something for everyone, whatever their ages and interests. The long coastline embraces every kind of beach from broad sands to hidden coves and you'll be amazed at the number of water-based activities on offer. Or, you could simply relax beside the sea - choose from the Channel, the Atlantic or the sun-drenched Mediterranean.
Fun for all the family
The children are particularly well catered for so Mum and Dad can relax and enjoy that well earned break. Most sites have activities for all ages not to mention the outdoor pool (and most of the time an indoor one) often with waterslides and lazy rivers to add to the fun.
You can expect a good range of leisure and sporting activities (these vary on each site and an extra charge may be payable) including evening shows, spas, bicycle hire, tennis, archery and even diving lessons.
Some facilities are open throughout the season, but if you are determined to take advantage of absolutely everything on offer, July and August are the best months to choose.
Life at the campsite
Our comfortable mobile homes have a well equipped kitchen area and there is usually a grocery shop on site with everything you need. Or, if you prefer not to cook, you can spoil yourself and eat in the restaurant or try the take-away service (not available on all sites).
Most of the mobile homes are chalet style with light exteriors and pitched roofs. They are centred round a sociable and bright open plan living area with comfortable seating that may convert into an extra bed, French window and modern kitchenette. They have two or three bedrooms with the parents' double generally at the opposite end to the children's rooms. Each also has a shower and separate toilet. Many have decking and garden furniture.
The premium rangePremium range
Why not upgrade to better accommodation which can include some of the following: more kitchen equipment such as dishwashers and freezers, linen and towels provided, en suite shower rooms, larger terraces, more space, or even free Wi-Fi in your mobile home.
The premium range is shown with a + next to the capacity in the property description so be sure to read these carefully before making your decision to find out exactly what is included in the rental and what extra equipment is provided.
The spirit behind these campsites is to put their clients and location first. They tend to be smaller (no more than 250 pitches) and are ideal for those who wish to stay somewhere perhaps quieter with a more personal touch, whilst still enjoying good quality facilities and accommodation.
Whatever you choose we know that you will have a super stay!
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Travelling on board our ferries to France or Spain with your family is so easy and all part of the fun - not to mention exciting especially for our younger passengers!
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Frequently Asked Questions about our holidays
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- How do I book 2 (or more) vehicles going to the same property?
- What deposit will I pay at my self catering property?
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