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Welcome to our campsites
in the North and the West
Picardie, Normandy, Brittany, Pays de la Loire & Centre


Our campsites in
the North-West:

Sites et Paysages Au Gré Des Vents


Sites et Paysages Bellevue


Sites et Paysages Le Panoramic


Sites et Paysages Les Saules


Sites et Paysages Touristique de Gien


Sites et Paysages Domaine de La Catinière


Sites et Paysages De Penboch


Sites et Paysages La Torche





The Brittany coast

From Normandy to Picardie


The regions of Normandy and Picardie are very much appreciated by the Parisians as they can enjoy the coast and the green environment near the capital. The apple trees offer shade to the grazing cows that sometimes even have a sea sight!


The Channel coast shows various aspects, from the Mont Saint-Michel, that dominates a bay where the sand and the water fight with each other, to the cretaceous coast of the Strait of Dover, along the rocky little bays of the Cotentin, the Calvados beaches, the white rocks of the Caux region or the beautiful nature reserve of the Somme estuary.


Near Honfleur and Deauville, in the apple tree region, campsite Le domaine de la Catinière beautifully shows these various aspects of Normandy. Half way between the coast of Picardy and the Forest from Crécy, enjoy a holiday at the Val d’Authie campsite.



The Loire

Pays de la Loire


If you want to enjoy the peace of the Anjou region, you’d best stop at the campsite l'Etang in Brissac.




The French kings visited the region as if it was their garden. If you also want to spend a royal stay in France, this is the ideal destination. The Val de Loire, filled with castles and peace, is a colourful region. The Loire river that runs to the west, is even more beautiful when the upcoming or the setting sun slides along it. While enjoying this view, you’ll understand why this river is being called the last wild river of Europe.


Along the Loire, the road will lead you from castle to castle, from the best known castles such as the castles of Chambord, Chenonceau or Cheverny to the less known castles that can be found along the smaller roads.


To stay in touch with the castle life, you can choose les Saules in Cheverny.


Whether approaching from north, south, east or west, It will be necessary you to cross by the Camping Touristique de Gien and to stay one night aboard a real gipsy caravan.



Le Mont Saint-Michel



What makes Brittany so special is that it lies in the ocean like a peninsula of Europe. Brittany not only offers beautiful sites but also a typical architecture and an extraordinary language. Life along the coast is determined by the tides, and shows different aspects all the time. It is the ideal spot for those who love fish and shell-fish; they get all excited when the fishermen arrive with their boats and they also enjoy picking up shell-fish which is a popular activity along the coast. Although Britanny is mostly a coastal region, it also offers typical villages and farmland.


Along the various coastal rivers, you’ll find historical villages. But if you like, you can also go to the heathland of the monts d’Arrée, as Brittany can also be mountainous. Le Bellevue in Erquy is situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the Brittany coast. If you want to go to the point of the peninsula, with a view on the ocean, you can go to Le Panoramic in Telgruc. In the Morbihan, in Aradon, De Penboch will show you an entirely different side of Brittany, that of the Gulf of Morbihan, known for its mild climate. Those who want to discover the up-country of Brittany and its history can stop at Rochefort en terre on campsite Gré des vents



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