Are you looking for a new destination for your next holiday? Discover below a selection of the most beautiful regions of France for a weekend or a family holiday.
Destination La Manche
The Manche department is a great destination for a family trip. With its many child-friendly activities, beaches, cultural and historical heritage, the Manche will appeal to the whole family.
Visit Mont-Saint-Michel: this rocky island with a medieval abbey is a must-see site in the Manche. Children will be fascinated by the view from the top, and can also take part in fun activities offered by the museums.
Discover the beaches: La Manche has many family-friendly beaches, such as Agon-Coutainville beach or Jullouville beach. Children can enjoy swimming, sand castles, or water activities such as paddle or kayak.
Visit museums: La Manche has many museums adapted to children, such as the Musée de la Mer in Cherbourg, or the Musée de la Tapisserie in Bayeux. These museums offer fun and educational activities to make children aware of the history and culture of the region.
Discover the joys of camping on your next family holiday in Normandy! Plan your next stay at a campsite in Saint Germain sur Ay in a friendly and relaxing setting in the heart of the Channel.
The Morbihan, located in the south of Brittany, is a destination of choice for a relaxing holiday. This department is full of exceptional natural sites and picturesque towns to discover.
You can start your stay by visiting Vannes, a medieval town full of history and culture, with its ramparts, half-timbered houses and museums. Then, set off to discover the natural sites, such as the Gulf of Morbihan, a true jewel of the region with its islands, creeks and breathtaking seascapes.
There are also many beaches, each with its own unique setting. Carnac beach, famous for its menhir alignments, is a must-see, as is Quiberon beach, with its fine sand and turquoise waters.
Morbihan is also an ideal destination for hiking enthusiasts, with marked trails for all levels. The most courageous can even try the mythical Chemin de Compostelle which crosses the department.
Come and discover the Morbihan countryside by booking your next stay at a campsite in Carnac, ideally placed near the most famous beaches in the region.
Discover the most beautiful landscapes of the Périgord Noir by staying at a campsite in Sarlat. An ideal location on the banks of the Dordogne will allow you to enjoy swimming or to discover natural and picturesque sites by hiring a canoe.
You can also set the pace for your stay by visiting the many nearby castles and relaxing by the pool, which offers a magnificent view of the valley and its cliffs.