Camping in the Vendee
Camping in the Vendee is very popular with families looking for the perfect summer holiday in France.
There are lots of reasons why the Vendee is so popular, the main reason being that the Vendee boasts on average around 2500 hours of sunshine every year. During the summer months of July and August, you can benefit from up to 9 hours of sunshine a day.
The Vendee region also has a large variety of different landscapes. These include woodlands, marshlands, fields and of course, miles of coastland. The warm and sunny climate combined with the topography gives you one of the best holiday locations that France has to offer.
Things to do whilst camping in the Vendee
From wildlife centres and water parks to historical buildings and theme parks, there are lots of things to do whilst camping in the Vendee.
Along the beautiful coastline, you’ll find numerous sandy beaches, many of which have been awarded blue flag status for their cleanliness.
The more adventurous amongst you will love the various water sports on offer. These include kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing, all of which are readily available within a short distance of many of the campsites.
The Vendee also has many smaller picturesque villages both on the coast and further inland to explore
Popular places to visit in the Vendee
The Vendee is probably best known for the vast number of sandy beaches along its coastline. However, there are also lots of other popular attractions and places to visit whilst camping in the Vendee.
Chateau de Noirmoutier
The Château de Noirmoutier is a beautiful 12th century castle which boasts a chequered past. A walk to the top of the chateau and around the battlements provide some awe-inspiring views. Inside the chateau, there are a wealth of artefacts and displays to see.
Puy du Fou
Puy du Fou has been voted one of the best theme parks in France. Go on a journey back in time and experience, not one, but four historical villages and a variety of live-action shows ranging from the Roman Empire to the Vikings, the Musketeers and Medieval Knights. It’s an action-packed display from start to finish and a great day out for all the family!
La Tranche-sur-Mer is a popular holiday destination, situated on the coast of Vendee. It benefits from over 8km of glorious sandy beaches and is one of the best known seaside resorts in the region. Popular with holidaymakers and water sports enthusiasts, La Tranche-sur-Mer offers a range of activities including windsurfing, sailing and surfing.
The Best campsites in the Vendee
Go Camp France boasts a fantastic variety of campsites in the Vendee to choose from. Whether you wish to stay in a tent, mobile home or hire a camping pitch, you can be sure we have something to meet your needs.
Further inland you can find woodland campsites such as La Garangeoire at St Julien-des-Landes. Located within the grounds of the chateau, you can find plenty of space to relax and have fun.
So if you fancy going camping in the Vendee see our campsites in the Vendee page or click the button below to find out more.Vendee Campsites