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Eurocamp France recommendations?

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Usernameanonymous · 04/11/2023 21:56

Hello, we've been to Trinité sur Mer for the last couple of years and love it but are thinking of going a bit further afield this year. Still sticking to France and Eurocamp (DS2 has additional needs and familiarity helps us all).

Children are 9 and 5. Both water babies. Beach rather than inland site ideally
Parents are knackered.
Static caravan preferred rather than safari tent

If you're looking for somewhere and have little ones, Camping de la plage in Trinity is awesome.

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WingingIt101 · 04/11/2023 22:02

We have done Saint Avit Loisirs and highly recommend.

Lots of pools but no beach as in the dordogne. Great site though!

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CrispsandCheeseSandwich · 04/11/2023 22:22

WingingIt101 · 04/11/2023 22:02

We have done Saint Avit Loisirs and highly recommend.

Lots of pools but no beach as in the dordogne. Great site though!

I worked on this site one summer for eurocamp. It's lovely.

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LooksABitElvish · 04/11/2023 23:59

I always recommend domaine des ormes in Dol de Bretagne but that is even closer to uk. Fantastic pool complex though.

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Forgottenmyphone · 05/11/2023 06:38

Les Mouettes in Brittany

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APMom6 · 05/11/2023 13:14

La Croix du Vieux Pont is a fab site around 90 mins from Paris and 2.5/3 hrs drive from Calais. It has a swimming lake with a beach plus lots of pools. Two of mine have asd and we’ve been there many times, my 25 year old is suggesting going back there next year.

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tanstaafl · 06/11/2023 12:13

Off topic slightly but also consider Huttopia and Odalys, both have lots of sites in France.

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