Camping holidays along the west coast of France mean big sandy beaches, glorious sunny weather, seaside resorts and fishing posts, and loads of brilliant attractions.
West coast regions including the Vendee and Charente-Maritime are an absolute favourite with families who cross to the ferry ports at St Malo, Cherbourg or Caen and make the half-day drive down and across to the Atlantic beaches.
If you're after a camping holiday without any stresses, there are seven brilliant Siblu parks to choose from. Each boasts mobile home accommodation that makes family breaks a breeze, plus big pool complexes, lots of sports and entertainment in the day and evenings.
Check out Le Bois Dormant and Le Bois Masson in the Vendée, Les Pierres Couchées in the Loire Atlantique (between southern Brittany and Vendée) or Bonne Anse Plage, La Pignade, Les Charmettes and Mer et Soleil in Charente Maritime.
Where to find them: Siblu holiday parks in France
West Coast Highlights
Travelling to the West Coast from the UK
Holidaymakers from the UK can reach our parks on the West Coast via ferry or plane.
Getting the ferry from the UK means you can choose to bring your own car with you to your Siblu mobile home on France's West Coast. Cherbourg, Roscoff and St Malo ferry ports are all easily accessible from the UK thanks to regular crossings with Brittany Ferries.
Routes: Plymouth-Roscoff; Poole-Cherbourg; Portsmouth-St Malo; Portsmouth-Caen; Portsmouth-Le Havre.
*Make sure to check the ferry providers' websites for the most up-to-date information about crossings
EasyJet offer direct flights from London Stansted and Bristol to La Rochelle airport