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Experience Luxury Camping in Charente Maritime

This region of France is set in the southwest of the country and is named after the picturesque Charente River that flows through the area. This part of France is famous for its abundant natural beauty and traditional charm, while the warm and sunny climate makes this the perfect place to rent a mobile home in one of the area’s excellent campsite, bookable via LUX-camp.

Experience Luxury Camping in Charente Maritime
This region of France is set in the southwest of the country and is named after the picturesque Charente River that flows through the area. This part of France is famous for its abundant natural beauty and traditional charm, while the warm and sunny climate makes this the perfect place to rent a mobile home in one of the area’s excellent campsite, bookable via LUX-camp.

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Why Should Visitors Book a Camping Holiday in Charente Maritime?

  • Great weather all year round
  • Pretty riverside setting
  • Charming traditional villages to explore
  • Unique islands to discover
  • Excellent fishing and golf opportunities

Discover the Benefits of a Camping Holiday in Charente Maritime

This pretty region of France boasts a long stretch of coastline where people from all over France and the rest of Europe can be found soaking up the sun in the summer months. The area’s unique culture and rustic charm are also enchanting and visitors will find a large number of picturesque villages to explore where time almost seems to have stood still. All of these elements combine to make Charente Maritime an idyllic luxury camping destination.

The Most Popular Campsites in Charente Maritime

Sequoia Park

This luxury camping site is surrounded by stunning natural beauty that can be experienced by cycling or going horse riding here. Families are sure to love staying here, as the site also boasts an excellent children’s club that is packed with activities for children of all ages and places for adults to unwind in style.

Signol

This picturesque site provides everything that visitors need to enjoy the camping holiday of a lifetime and an exciting evening entertainment programme is organised featuring karaoke and stage shows. Guests will also find a beautiful beach within walking distance of their mobile home as well as a charming town to explore.

La Pinéda

The campsite is situated right on the coast and visitors will be able to take a short stroll to the shore to spend their time on the sand. People who rent a mobile home here will also have full access to the site’s impressive amenities, which includes a huge water park featuring a pirate ship for children to play in and several colourful waterslides.

Beach, Nature and Cities

Beaches and Nature

People who have a love for nature will be able to spend time exploring the area at their own pace and there are several pretty islands to be found here. Tiny traditional villages are tacked away in lush valleys, while the river offers visitors plenty of opportunities to practice various different types of water sports such as fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

Cities in Charente Maritime

La Rochelle is the largest city in this region and boasts a pretty port to explore. The pretty Ile de Re island is connected to the city by a bridge and exploring this charming island is the perfect activity for visitors to enjoy on a sunny day. 

Gastronomy and Climate

Food, Drink and Culture

This region is famous for its oyster production and visitors will have plenty of opportunities to sample fresh oysters served in many of the restaurants that are situated beside the river offering pretty views for diners to enjoy. The Charente Maritime also produces are wide range of different types of wines that make the perfect accompaniment to a meal of freshly caught seafood, while Hennessey cognac also hails from this part of the country.

Weather and Climate

This part of France boasts a Mediterranean climate and it is generally warm and sunny here, especially in the area situated close to the coast. Famously, there is less than 900 millimetres of rain each year in the Charente Maritime region and there are plenty of sunny days here in the winter months, meaning that visitors will be able to enjoy a camping holiday here at any time of the year.

Gastronomy and Climate

Food, Drink and Culture

This region is famous for its oyster production and visitors will have plenty of opportunities to sample fresh oysters served in many of the restaurants that are situated beside the river offering pretty views for diners to enjoy. The Charente Maritime also produces are wide range of different types of wines that make the perfect accompaniment to a meal of freshly caught seafood, while Hennessey cognac also hails from this part of the country.

Weather and Climate

This part of France boasts a Mediterranean climate and it is generally warm and sunny here, especially in the area situated close to the coast. Famously, there is less than 900 millimetres of rain each year in the Charente Maritime region and there are plenty of sunny days here in the winter months, meaning that visitors will be able to enjoy a camping holiday here at any time of the year.

Gastronomy and Climate

Food, Drink and Culture

This region is famous for its oyster production and visitors will have plenty of opportunities to sample fresh oysters served in many of the restaurants that are situated beside the river offering pretty views for diners to enjoy. The Charente Maritime also produces are wide range of different types of wines that make the perfect accompaniment to a meal of freshly caught seafood, while Hennessey cognac also hails from this part of the country.

Weather and Climate

This part of France boasts a Mediterranean climate and it is generally warm and sunny here, especially in the area situated close to the coast. Famously, there is less than 900 millimetres of rain each year in the Charente Maritime region and there are plenty of sunny days here in the winter months, meaning that visitors will be able to enjoy a camping holiday here at any time of the year.

Gastronomy and Climate

Food, Drink and Culture

This region is famous for its oyster production and visitors will have plenty of opportunities to sample fresh oysters served in many of the restaurants that are situated beside the river offering pretty views for diners to enjoy. The Charente Maritime also produces are wide range of different types of wines that make the perfect accompaniment to a meal of freshly caught seafood, while Hennessey cognac also hails from this part of the country.

Weather and Climate

This part of France boasts a Mediterranean climate and it is generally warm and sunny here, especially in the area situated close to the coast. Famously, there is less than 900 millimetres of rain each year in the Charente Maritime region and there are plenty of sunny days here in the winter months, meaning that visitors will be able to enjoy a camping holiday here at any time of the year.