Set amongst grapevines and fir trees, Camping l’Océan is only 600 metres from a beautiful sandy beach, while the village centre is also within walking distance. A warm welcome awaits you at the modern reception area which is well stocked with local information. Of the 532 pitches, 140 are for touring, all with 10A electric connections (Europlug) reasonably close, of a good size, separated by bushes (and in some cases vines) and with some mature trees providing shade. They are located in two main sections and you are largely unaware of the many mobile homes and tents, mostly for hire, on either side.
A full programme of events and activities is organised in high season, with local excursions arranged from time to time. The campsite focus is on family fun, and activities include water aerobics, pétanque, karaoke, discos and wine tasting. There are clubs for children (6-12 yrs) and for teenagers (12-18) five days a week, plus daily evening entertainment in July and August. Brem has shops, bars and restaurants plus a couple of small supermarkets and a good little weekly market, whilst nearby Brétignolles has two thriving markets each week and a wider choice for shopping and eating. To the north lies the busy fishing port of Saint Gilles Croix-de-Vie with quayside restaurants, pedestrianised shopping streets and a thriving marina. Fashionable les Sables d’Olonne is a similar distance to the south and the Vendée as a whole offers a wide range of well-documented tourist attractions.