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AWishYourHeartMakes Wed 08-May-19 20:15:10

Any experienced family travellers got suggestions for a holiday in France this August for 2 adults one toddler? Thinking of car and would like a pool and some bits to do. We are so used to easy multi-stop travelling pre-baby that we are now a bit stumped!

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sleepismysuperpower1 Wed 08-May-19 20:36:12

you could look for an airbnb in Antibes. It has a beach, you could look for a house with a pool and its a lovely town to look round x

Andcake Wed 08-May-19 20:43:38

I would look at one of the siblu's as self catering much easier with toddler but these offer a good base. One of the ones we've liked most with toddler is la reserve - on a lovely toddler safe lake but also good things to drive to inc big beaches but also Boudreaux.

Andcake Wed 08-May-19 20:45:53

www.siblu.com/camping-la-reserve if your not trapped by school holidays very reasonable

someoneseatenmyapple Wed 08-May-19 20:48:30

Alfresco Holidays. Used them loads of times in various locations. Brilliant holidays.

www.alfresco-holidays.com

Sauvignonblanket Wed 08-May-19 20:49:58

We've done Eurocamp twice with toddlers - great for all the activities and the cabins were fine, though really uncomfy beds. 7-10 days was enough, 14 too much.

Their website has a list of toddler-friendly parks as a starting point. I would go back to both Benodet (which you can get to from London City to Quimper very easily) and near-ish Perpignan.

Not very imaginative but the older one still talks about how much she loved them.

stucknoue Wed 08-May-19 20:50:00

Pierre vacances have lots of sites with a variety of accommodation and styles. If you prefer a British tour operator, we have used Charisma and Siblu. Otherwise we have used Booking.com for independent travel - ibis styles are economical for a family, holiday inn also has worked well for us. Brittany or the Vendee are good for the west coast, and weather is quite good, further south being better. Normandy is a short drive and has loads of history on top - Omaha beach is an amazing beach too.

AWishYourHeartMakes Wed 08-May-19 21:04:42

Thank you for the advice! Will get researching on these.

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