Lakeside Campsites in Aquitaine & Languedoc


Lush green scenery, breathtaking views, water sports for kids and adults… If this sounds like your perfect break, why not try a lakeside holiday? France is home to some of the most beautiful lakes in the world, from small natural mountain lakes to large artificial leisure lakes. They all have something to offer on a family holiday, whether you’re a landlubber wanting to relax and soak up the atmosphere, or an energetic youngster looking for activity.

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Biscarrosse - Land of Lakes


Our holiday park La Réserve is in a stunning natural setting in Aquitaine, the region of big lakes. It sits on Biscarrosse, the northernmost of three lakes that are linked by a picturesque canal. Biscarrosse lake covers 5,600 hectares and is the second biggest in France. It was formed some 4,000 years ago and is now a little paradise surrounded by pine forest ¬– an ideal setting for bathing, boat rides, fishing, picnics or rambling. Kids will love the water meadows and reeds for spotting colourful birds, while the woods are home to deer, roebuck and other animals.

Best of all, La Réserve campsite has its own private sandy beach on the lake from where you can try watersports with one of our two partners. Don’t worry if your water sport skills are a bit rusty – the Nautil Club offers stand-up paddle and catamaran lessons as well as windsurfing, kayaking or canoeing, and the Ski Club will help beginners have a go at water-skiing and parasailing. The lake’s clear, calm water and gently sloping white, sandy beaches are well suited to young families as a good alternative to the ocean for a splashy paddle when the surf is up. While the kids get wet and wild, or make the most of the playground on the beach, you can enjoy the beach bar on the lake. There’s even a private marina for mooring a boat (if you’re lucky enough to own one!) – many of our caravan owners agree that there’s little better than messing about on the water on a summer’s day…

Biscarrosse, Aquitaine

Siblu’s La Réserve holiday park is set in the heart of the Landes pine forest in South West France and boasts its own private beach on the sandy shores of the huge Lake Biscarrosse. This unique lakeside location makes it perfect for young children (who can paddle safely in the shallows) and water sports enthusiasts (who can enjoy activities like sailing on the lake’s calm waters).

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Direct access to private beach on the lake
Indoor & outdoor pools, slides and paddling pools
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Water sports center on the lake

Dinner on the Lake at Le Lac Des Rêves Campsite


Further south in the Languedoc region, our Le Lac des Rêves holiday village overlooks the marshy Étang de Pérols lake. There’s no direct access to this lake and you can’t swim in it as it’s a protected natural reserve of the Camargue region, but there’s plenty of water-based fun on the campsite itself and the nearby beaches (three miles). Still, what could be better after an action-packed day than a family or romantic meal in our restaurant while listening to the water lapping the shores of the lake? The restaurant, terrace, pools and some of the mobile homes overlook the lake, so you can enjoy watching the wildlife or just drinking in the peaceful atmosphere at any time of day.

Montpellier, Languedoc

Nature escape meets city break! Welcome to Le Lac des Rêves in Languedoc, a unique holiday park which combines the best of both worlds. Le Lac des Rêves overlooks the beautiful Lac Pérol nature reserve and is within easy reach of the Camargue regional park, famous for its pink flamingos and wild horses.

Overlooks lake in protected region of natural beauty
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Near historic Montpellier
2 pools with great slides

On the shores of the Lauwersmeer lake national park


Welcome to Lauwersoog, our third Dutch campsite! Lauwersoog is situated in the North of the Netherlands right on the shores of the Lauwersmeer lake national park. It makes the perfect location for a unique family holiday exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the Netherlands.

On-site, family members of all ages will find something to enjoy: tennis courts, indoor and outdoor play areas (including a ‘water’ play area), kids’ clubs, entertainment, and opportunities for bike hire. Lauwersoog also has a shop, laundry, takeaway service and a popular restaurant with stunning views over the lake!


The area surrounding the holiday park provides no end of opportunities for adventurous day trips. Lauwersoog is located on the UNESCO-protected Wadden Sea coastline, right on the border of the province of Freisland (which is considered to be the most beautiful province in the Netherlands).

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Situated on the shores of the Lauwersmeer lake national park.
tents and caravans allowed
Pitches for tents and caravans available
pet friendly accommodation
Pet-friendly accommodation avaialble

Other holiday parks

France has miles of sandy coast to choose from, much of it just a short drive - or walk - from one of our holiday parks. The only decision you have to make is whether to go wild on the Atlantic side or a bit ritzier on the Med!

France is more than twice as big as the UK but has the same amount of people, so there’s a lot of space to relax in. It’s filled with some of the most stunning countryside in the world, from mountains to coasts and everything else in-between.

Our French campsites are located close to some of the most beautiful and well-known cities: Montpellier, Nice, Bordeaux, La Rochelle, and Nantes. Choose a holiday destination that gives you the best of both worlds - relaxation on the campsite and sightseeing in the city.

France offers a wealth of cultural activities, from is beautiful Chateaux in the Loire Valley to the D-Day landing beaches in Normandy, medieval towns in the south and so much more. Our holiday parks make the perfect base for exploring this fascinating country and learning more about its rich history.

If there’s one thing that France is famous for, it’s wine. In fact, two French wine-making regions have even achieved Unesco World Heritage status – meaning they’re “of outstanding value to humanity”! So if you like a tipple when you’re on holiday, why not choose a campsite in or a short drive to one of its many spectacular wine regions so you can taste the best right from the vineyard?

You don’t have to be a superfit bike fanatic to make the most of the landscape here – cycling is a national past-time in France so you can be sure you’ll be catered for with well-marked paths if you plan a two-wheeled trip with family members, young and old.