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Camping St Clément Des Baleines (Ile de Ré)

Occupying the western most tip of Ile de Ré, a gorgeous island of Charente-Maritime, Saint-Clément-des-Baleines is a truly beautiful location for a camping holiday in France. With a slow pace of life, unspoiled nature and several historical and scenic attractions, the village welcomes you with open arms to enjoy a splendid outdoor escape in Nouvelle Aquitaine.

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Calm atmosphere on the Ile de Ré
Only 200 m to the beach
Enjoy local wine in the onsite bar
Explore the beautiful coast
From: €562.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available

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6.6
la-cote-sauvage-ile-de-re
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Directly on lovely sandy beach
Beach volleyball, table tennis, boules
Pony riding nearby
Walk straight into the village
€372.50From: €302.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
1 accommodation types available
La Plage
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la-plage
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Relaxing by the pool
Cycling around the Ile de Ré
Visit fun towns
To the beach
From: €210.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
10 accommodation types available
Les Dunes (Ars en Ré)
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Small campground on an island
Bike hire on site
Simple pool with children's area
Walk through the forest to the beach
From: €382.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
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Le Cormoran
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le-cormoran
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5-star campsite on the island of Ré
Splash in the heated pool
Working out and then into the sauna
Mmmmm...fine dining at Aromae restaurant
From: €224.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
11 accommodation types available
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Camping Ocean & Spa
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l-ocean
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In the heart of the Ile de Ré
50 meters from the beach
250 m2 SPA area
Large water park
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Camping holidays in Saint-Clément-des-Baleines

Named after a series of beaching of whales and other marine mammals, Saint-Clément-des-Baleines is a great destination for coastal camping trips where you can access the soft sands of the beaches of Plage de la Côte Sauvage and Conche des Baleines, and the chance to explore the idyllic island of Ile de Ré.

What are our best campsites in Saint-Clément-des-Baleines?

La Cote Sauvage, a gorgeous destination for an authentic outdoor escape, is our best campsite in Saint-Clément-des-Baleines. From the pleasant ambiance of the site through to its rustic accommodation options including well-equipped tents and unique yurts, the campsite is ideal as a base for exploring Ile de Ré.

The campsite is small and intimate, and offers a good selection of amenities and services. Along with trying water sports in the local area including windsurfing, paddle boarding and kite surfing, guests can enjoy boules and ping pong onsite. The forests and coastal trails of the nearby area are ideal for picturesque cycling and walking excursions.

For a similar experience, why not consider a stay at Campsite Airotel Oléron, which lies on the equally stunning island of Ile d’Oléron. Pitch up here for a brilliant island camping adventure in Nouvelle Aquitaine

What are the best things to do while camping in Saint-Clément-des-Baleines?

Enjoy island life while camping in Saint-Clément-des-Baleines, and explore the very best that Ile de Ré offers, from charming fishing towns and beautiful beaches. As capital of the islands, the town is a popular place for visitors due to its historical sights as well as its lovely beaches.

There’s plenty to see and do for all ages in and around Saint-Clément-des-Baleines, making it the ideal place for family holidays in France. The town is well-known for its 17th century walled fortification, and the lighthouse that sits at the meeting point of two beaches….

At Plage de la Conche and Plage de la Côte Sauvage, you can enjoy all the best activities of the beach including sandcastle building, water sports and sunbathing. The beaches and the trails that run alongside them are fantastic if you want to enjoy a particularly picturesque walking or cycling excursion.

It’s quite easy to leave the island, provide you have your own transport, and if so, you can enjoy a day trip to a few notable towns including La Rochelle, Cognac and Rochefort. If you start your day early enough, you can even visit the vibrant city of Bordeaux.

If you want to enjoy the beauty of nature, there’s no need to leave the island, as you can explore salt marshes, woodlands, sand dunes and plenty of rural expanses filled with flora and fauna.