Today we are going to tell you our favourite Eurocamp Sites for Families in Southern France. When faced with the Eurocamp website though and over 190 parcs in 10 European countries, including family favourites France, Spain and Italy. Where do you choose? Which Eurocamp Sites are best for families wanting a camping holiday in France? Which Eurocamp Sites are best for Families in Southern France?
Facilities To Look For On Great Eurocamp Sites In Southern France?
It can be daunting when trying to find the best family campsite. Not all site have all facilities, but it’s a good idea to have an idea of activities you want to take part in? That helps you have a clearer idea too find the right site. Facilities you may be want on site include….
- Children’s Pools For Younger Children
- Lazy Rivers
- Sports Facilities Such As Tennis And Football
- Table Tennis
- Quad Biking
- Golf Courses
- Cycle Hire
- Adventure Course
- Crazy Golf
- Horse Riding
- Boat Trips
We have linked into the post reviews written by Mini Travellers and other bloggers, many of whom have worked in collaboration with Eurocamp but whose views are always their own.
Here are 7 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families wanting a camping holiday in Southern France.
Best Eurocamp Sites In Southern France At A Glance
- Aloha Village Campsite (Languedoc)
- Domaine des Naiades (Riviera and Provence)
- La Baume Campsite (Riviera and Provence)
- Cote D’Argent Campsite (Cote D’Argent Campsite)
- Airotel Pyrénées Campsite (Pyrenees)
- Le Soleil Campsite (Argelès-sur-Mer, Roussillon)
- Le Méditerranée Plage (Portiragnes-Vias, Languedoc)
7 of the Best Eurocamp Sites for Families – Camping Holiday in France
Aloha Village Campsite (Languedoc)
Aloha Village is an immaculately-kept parc with direct access to a great, sandy beach and is also home to a bar, takeaway, restaurant and ice cream parlour. There’s a large pool complex complete with giant waterslides, Jacuzzi water beds, and two kids’ pools. There are also stables nearby if you fancy horse riding and pony trekking. You can read a full review on the park written by Tigerlily Quinn here Read More…
Domaine des Naiades (Riviera and Provence)
Domaine Des Naiades is a large wooded parc that lies just above Port Grimaud. From this colourful harbour town you can sail to St Tropez or simply tour the weekly market and get a real flavour for the Côte d’Azur. Back on parc you’ll find fantastic swimming facilities, including a heated, Olympic-sized pool (although they let the sun do the warming during July and August!), plus two large waterslides and a kids’ pool. You can read a full review from YStyle Read More…
La Baume Campsite (Riviera and Provence)
La Baume campsite has a magnificent pool complex with a four-lane slide, a lagoon pool, a split-level covered pool, Jacuzzi and toddler pool. You can enjoy activities from archery to tennis, with cycle hire also available, before winding down at one of two bars, a restaurant, or making the most of the takeaway on-parc. There are some lovely beaches nearby, and in the evening, you can choose between live entertainment and the parc’s own disco. Life with Munchers visited with her family and enjoyed making magical moments whilst onsite Read More…
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Cote D’Argent Campsite (Cote D’Argent Campsite)
Cote D’Argent Campsite is just 300 metres from a sandy beach and set amidst a beautiful pine forest. Its waterpark includes: an Aqua Pirates fun park, with endless slides and water cascades, 2 pool complexes and a pool with retractable roof, making it perfect for any weather (which is why it’s open prior to the 1st of June). However Mudpie Fridays does suggest that if there are things you particularly want to do its probably worth a phone call to check as some things aren’t open until peak season starts in July.
You can read the full review here Read More…
Airotel Pyrénées Campsite (Pyrenees) Camping Holiday in France
Fly into Lourdes airport to get to Airotel Pyrénées Campsite . Not only will you have your pick of a stunning natural location, you can also dive into one of the parc’s three pool complexes or relax in a small spa that has a Jacuzzi and sauna. When you’re feeling nice and relaxed, why not grab a drink and enjoy the majestic view of Pyrénées beyond parc?
Lavender and Lovage have a great review of the unusual Mountain Lodge at the parc. Read More…
Le Soleil Campsite (Argelès-sur-Mer, Roussillon) Camping Holiday in France
Le Soleil Campsite is the only parc in Argelès-sur-Mer with direct beach access, and that’s not all, it is home to an impressive heated Californian-style swimming complex, with plenty of surrounding terraces to sunbathe whilst the little ones paddle in the shallow area of the pool. In low season, the parc has a relaxed air, making it a popular choice with young families. La Soleil was also another choice for Chloe and her toddlers. You can Read More…
Le Méditerranée Plage (Portiragnes-Vias, Languedoc)
A wonderful beachside parc, brimming with entertainment, close to the bustling resort of Portiragnes Plage
Within walking distance to the bustling resort of Portiragnes Plage, with its fabulous bars and restaurants, you’ll find Le Méditerranée Plage. This great beachside parc is just 12 km from Béziers airport and is packed with kids’ clubs, a play area, bike hire, aqua gym, sports and fitness classes. The lovely pool complex offers waterslides, water chutes and lagoon pools, but don’t worry if you fancy taking it easy, there are large sunbathing terraces surrounding the pools too. Throughout July and August there’s daily entertainment on parc, plus shows in the evening on the outdoor stage, with an indoor bar open until 2am.
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