Skip Navigation

Camping in Poitou-Charentes

136 campsites in France, Poitou-Charentes

Campsite Listing Google Map

The following consent is required:
Tracking & performance, Targeting & advertising.

Les Amis de la Plage, a former municipal site, and now a member of the Sandaya group, is located on the southern side of the...

View Details

L’Orée du Bois has about 400 pitches of about 100 sq.m. in a very spacious, pinewood setting. There are 110 for touring units, mainly scattered...

View Details

On the outskirts of Ars-en-Ré, Camping des Dunes offers a quiet rural holiday. This campsite is popular with families of all ages. There are 5...

View Details

Close to the sea, Bois Soleil is a large site in three parts, with serviced pitches for touring units and a few for tents. All...

View Details

Campsite Au Port-Punay is a friendly and well-run site located in Chatelaillon-Plage in the charming fishermen's village Les Boucholeurs, just 300m from the beach. The...

View Details

This campsite can be found at the western end of the Ile de Ré, very close to the imposing Phare des Baleines and just 10...

View Details

The overall winner of the Alan Rogers Campsite of the Year Awards in 2018, Séquoia Parc is just 7 km from the beach (Marennes-Plage). This...

View Details

On the outskirts of Ars-en-Ré, le Cormoran offers a quiet rural holiday. There are 90 mobile homes, many for hire, and 21 pitches of varying...

View Details

A truly friendly welcome awaits you from Isabelle, Eric and Fanny at la Grainetière. It is a peaceful campsite set in almost three hectares of...

View Details

Pitches at this four-hectare site are exclusively for mobile homes and chalets. The Ile de Ré is known as l’Ile Blanche because of its dazzling...

View Details

Camping at Seasonova Île de Ré, you are right by the beach when staying on this scenic site, just 200 metres from the sands of...

La Redoute is a member of the Campêole group and is located on the Ile de Ré, just 100 m. from one of the island’s...

Camping le Domaine d’Oléron is a neat, well presented and well-managed site where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome from Anneke and Freddy...

The first impression on arrival at this impressive campsite is one of space. The site covers a 30-hectare expanse of farm pasture where (on different...

This family run site on the outskirts of Le Château-d’Oléron has very good facilities, including a superb equestrian centre, a full range of sporting activities...

This attractive five hectare site is a member of the Huttopia group. It can be found close to the popular seaside resort of Saint Trojan-les-Bains...

On the edge of the Marais Poitevin and just six kilometres west of Niort, this is a simple family campsite on the bank of the...

Situated on the west coast of the island of Ile d’Oléron, les Gros Joncs is owned and run by the Cavel family who work hard...

Previously known as Domaine de Dienné, this is, without doubt, a wonderful site and unique in what it offers. It concentrates on your well being...

Camping la Roche Posay is set in eight hectares and has direct access to the Creuse river on which fishing and canoes are popular. There...

On the Atlantic coast, between the châteaux of the Loire Valley and the Bordeaux vineyards, lies Poitou-Charentes, one of the sunniest parts of the French western coast. Its mild climate – 2,250 hours of sunshine per year – makes it popular with visitors from early spring to late autumn.

Three hundred miles of coastline with fine sandy beaches backed by fragrant pine forests, lively resorts such as La Rochelle and Royan, and the islands of Oléron, Aix and Ré attract many holidaymakers, particularly the French themselves. The scenery inland is in marked contrast: vast horizons and wooded valleys, the vineyards of Cognac, the Poitou fens and Marais Poitevin, the soothing tranquillity of canals, the valley of Vienne and the foothills of Charente.

The region is renowned as the home of Cognac – such famous names as Martell, Hennessy and Rémy Martin line the river Charente around the towns of Cognac and Jarnac where the spirit is distilled. The capital of the region and capital of the Vienne département is the city of Poitier. Situated on high ground at the confluence of the Clain and Boivre rivers, the city commands the so-called gate of Poitou, a gap 44 miles (71 km) wide between the mountains south of the Loire River and the Massif Central that serves as the connecting link between northern and southern France.