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With a highly desirable setting on idyllic Ile de Ré in the Charente-Maritime department, Campsite La Côte Sauvage welcomes guests to one of the sunniest areas of France. With direct access to Atlantic Ocean beaches and many maritime marvels of Nouvelle Aquitaine, you’ll have a superb seaside holiday at this peaceful resort.
Although the campsite doesn’t have a swimming pool, you simply have to walk a few yards to get to the welcoming waters and soft sands of the ocean. Spend hours basking under the sun, building sandcastles and seeking out fun in the water, whether it is simple swimming and paddling or enthralling water sports.
The resort has a few activities onsite such as boules and table tennis, but it’s the surrounding area that boasts numerous fantastic outdoor pursuits including horse riding, mini golf, tennis, golf and plenty of aquatic activities
Along with colourful coastal landscapes, you’ll find a wealth of amenities in the immediate area of the campsite including restaurants and takeaways, as well as a bakery, grocery shops and a supermarket. You’ll find a snack bar onsite as well as a fresh bread delivery service that runs in July and August.
The highlight of a stay at La Côte Sauvage for holidaymakers has to be the unique and wonderful accommodation options that include well-equipped tents and fantastic yurts. Enjoy the comfort and charm of these brilliant lodgings.
Around La Côte Sauvage Campsite
The Ile de Ré is a sparkling gem of a destination on the west coast of France, where captivating coastal attractions number many. The stunning beach at Plage de la Conche des Baleines features wide stretches of soft golden sands that leads to the gentle waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Equally nice beaches can be found at Plage de Gros Joncs and Plage des Gollandières.
You’ll be well placed to explore the insightful and interesting Phare des Baleines Lighthouse that teeters on the tip of the peninsula. The Lilleau des Niges National Nature Reserve offers the perfect place for cycling and walking trips through the wetlands where flora and fauna meet you at every turn..
Other highlights on Ile de Ré include the Clocher Observatoire and Notre-Dame-de-Ré Abbey, as well as travelling over the Pont De Re Bridge to the port town of La Rochelle.
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(Ile de Ré)
336 rue de la forêt
17590 St Clément Des Baleines
(Ile de Ré)
Poitou-Charentes - FRANCE