Choose comfort over canvas. Ditch the airbed. Have your own hot shower. We make family camping holidays a breeze with parks that have everything you need for a relaxing, fun-packed break.
Choose from a range of mobile home accommodation that makes self-catered camping in France a cinch. Each has been designed to create the perfect space for your family, with comfy beds, hot showers, toilets and a fully equipped kitchen to take the stress out of self catering, and there’s a great choice whether you are on a budget or looking to splash out.
Of course, the joys of camping for families include bucketloads of fresh French countryside air, wide-open spaces and free-range fun, and every Siblu holiday park fits the bill.
Each campsite has its own character and quirks, but all boast a brilliant array of pools, playgrounds and sports pitches. During the day, your kids can join our free kids’ clubs, which are jam-packed with activities and tailored to different age groups. In the evenings, our teams put on great shows so you and your family can sing (and dance) the night away.
Siblu’s holiday camping sites are among the very best in France, and we cover many of your favourite destinations too. Whether you’re exploring the popular northern regions of Normandy or Brittany, heading to the west coast beaches, or seeking sun on the south coast, there are Siblu holiday villages located throughout France for you to choose from. Book the perfect family camping holiday for 2023 now.
With more than 20 different Siblu parks to choose from, which is best for your camping holiday in France? Here’s our quick guide to every Siblu site to help make your 2023 holiday special.
Set in the heart of Normandy's Calvados countryside, Domaine de Litteau borders Cerisy Forest and has heaps to entertain the kids, including a fishing lake, covered pool complex and an outdoor play area with BMX tracks, climbing ropes and a zip wire. This is a great base for visiting sites across Normandy, such as the big sandy beaches, historic Bayeux and Cherbourg.
Domaine de Kerlann is one of Brittany's best known campsites, with indoor and outdoor pools, adventure playgrounds and children’s clubs that make it an easy choice for families. There are five superb sandy beaches within five miles, and the local town of Pont Aven is so pretty it inspired the artist Paul Gauguin.
Le Conguel sits on the tip of the Quiberon peninsula in southern Brittany and is just 10 metres from the nearest sandy beach. There’s a large covered pool and a big outdoor pool, plus facilities including waterslides and playgrounds, children's clubs and evening entertainment.
Les Pierres Couchees, on the very southern edge of Brittany, is a beachside campsite that is a five-minute walk to the sea, with the charming coastal town of Saint-Brevin-Les-Pins just 15 minutes on foot. This site has no shortage of activities to keep you and your kids busy, and there’s a pool complex with outdoor pool, spa, paddling pool and waterslides. The eye-catching outdoor entertainment venue is a 300-seater amphitheatre!
Domaine de Dugny is set on the north bank of the Loire River, and is the perfect base to explore the region’s famous chateaux. On site, there are heated indoor and outdoor pools with slides and chutes, multi-sports pitches, playgrounds, kids‘ clubs for all ages and live entertainment..
Le Bois Masson and Le Bois Dormant are sister holiday parks that share facilities and are across the road from each other. Both are just a couple of miles from the region’s famous sandy beaches, which are great for bathing and a whole host of watersports.
Biggest of the two sites, Le Bois Masson is a lively holiday village packed full of activities, including a big outdoor pool complete with waterslides, an indoor aqua playstation for kids, sports pitches, tennis courts and boules.
Le Bois Dormant is quieter, but has its own large outdoor pool with two flumes and a paddling pool attached, plus a covered pool for if the weather misbehaves.
Les Charmettes, on the sunny west coast in Charente Maritime, is one of the biggest holiday villages in France, with a pool complex and entertainment set up to suit. There are indoor and outdoor pools with slides and fountains, tennis courts, kids’ clubs for tots to teenagers, and nightly entertainment.
Action-packed Bonne Anse Plage campsite is bordered by pine forest that leads to ocean, and the park is cycling and walking distance from the seaside town of La Palmyre, where there is a stunning sandy beach. The campsite has a giant swimming pool with a massive water slide, and there's a climbing wall and ropes to keep the sky-high fun going.
La Pignade holiday village has a wonderful central terrace, and a pool with a retractable roof that can adapt to the weather. There is plenty to enjoy on park, including waterslides, sports and archery, plus the on-site riding school and trails through the local woodland are a real hit. This part of France has plenty of huge, sandy beaches - the closest is less than 10 minutes from the park.
Mer et Soleil camp is on the island of Ile d’Oleron and has everything you could want from a five-star campsite, including indoor and outdoor pools, slides and a lazy river. Other highlights include the largest rope pyramid in France and a 30-metre double zip line, plus a free shuttle bus to local beaches.
Nestled in a forest, La Reserve holiday village sits on the banks of Lake Biscarosse, where families can laze on the beach and enjoy the shallow waters of the lake. Those who head to the coast will find big golden beaches and waves made for surfing, plus the dramatic Dune du Pilat, the tallest sand dune in Europe.
Tucked away in the Medoc region, where you'll find that world-famous French wine, Domaine de Soulac village is close to beautiful sandy beaches, cycle paths to Verdon, and plenty of chateaux and vineyards to explore. The site has two heated outdoor pool and free kids’ clubs.
Les Viviers has a stunning campsite location overlooking Arcachon Bay. The park has a private lake and sandy beach, and guests can climb Europe’s biggest sand dune at Pilat or cycle along trails through endless pine forests. The area is famous for its fresh oysters, which are best enjoyed at chic Arcachon, a short ferry ride across the bay.
Les Dune du Contis is set in the peaceful Landes pine forest, with long sandy beaches just a few minutes drive. Great for relaxing, the siter has a spacious pool, playground, tennis courts and a multi-sports pitch, plus a bar, restaurant and takeaway for evenings.
La Carabasse is one of the best-known holiday villages on France's south coast. The park's centre-piece is a giant lagoon pool which has waterslides and a paddling pool. Evenings are spent at the huge terrace, enjoying the entertainments team and live acts performing on the outdoor stage. There are lots of sports and activities on site, and the park is on the edge of the seaside town of Vias Plage, with direct access to the beach.
Les Sables du Midi is perfect holiday park for a sun-drenched South of France holiday experience. The site is just 800 metres from the sandy shores of Valras Plage which makes it a great choice for lazy days spent sunbathing on the beach or evenings soaking up the atmosphere in the cafés and bars of this bustling seaside resort.
Le Mar Estang has a huge outdoor pool complex and direct access to Canet beach, plus kids’ clubs and evening entertainment included in the cost of every booking. Guests can take a break from beach life with visits to some of France’s most famous historic towns, including the incredible medieval city of Caracassone, plus Beziers and Narbonne.
Le Montourey holiday village offers outdoor pools with waterjets, slides and loungers, as well as children's play area, evening entertainment and a communal BBQ area. The Med-coast beach at Valras Plage is a short drive.
Rives de Condrieu is one of our smaller holiday villages and has a wonderful countryside setting next to Rhone River. It’s a lovely region to explore, and great for cycling holidays.
Where to find them: Siblu holiday parks in France
We get sent lots of questions about camping in France. Here are answers to some of the most popular.
Q: Does Siblu have any parks with tent or touring caravan pitches?
Q: Is there much difference between different Siblu campsites?
Q: Is it best to drive or fly to France?
Q: Which Siblu campsites are closest to ferry ports?
Caen is also the closest ferry port to Domaine de Dugny in the Loire Valley, with a journey time of just over three hours.
For Domaine de Kerlann in Brittany, the port at Roscoff is less than two hours away, with travel from St Malo under three hours, and from Caen less than four hours.
Q: Which Siblu campsites are near to beaches?
Those that are in walking distance to a sandy beach are Le Conguel, Pierres Couchees, La Carabasse, Les Sables du Midi and Le Mar Estang. Bonne Anse Plage and La Pignade are easily reached by bike, and La Reserve and Les Viviers both has lakeside beaches.
Q: Do all Siblu campsites have pools?
Q; Do Siblu kids clubs run all day long?
Q: What should we bring to make our camping trip extra great?