Eurocamp parcs are renowned for their stunning locations - nowhere more so than our coastal resorts. We've a collection of parcs located close to some of Europe's finest beaches.
This small resort has seven beaches all of its own. At the end of the main beach is a small hill with excellent views from the summit over the Emerald Coast and Cap Fréhel. Coastal walks along the jagged cliffs are particularly impressive.
Why not stay at BN011 St Cast?
In southern Brittany between Vannes and Lorient, not far from the Golfe du Morbihan lies Carnac with La Grande Plage and 4 other smaller beaches nearby. These south-facing beaches are all sheltered, benefiting from the areas micro-climate. They are rightly recognised as some of the best beaches in France. Two of them - La Grande Plage and St Colomban, have supervised bathing in the summer season. If you can drag the kids away from the beach then the famous Standing Stones nearby can be visited.
Nearby parcs include BS016 Les Deux Fontaines and BS018 Les Menhirs, BS021 Trinité La Baie and BS022 Trinité La Plage
About a 90 minute drive from Trinité sur Mer, La Baule beach is in the far south east of Brittany, almost adjoining the Vendée - but well worth the visit. There is a beautiful stretch of fine sandy beach about 4 miles long, fronted by a very pleasant promenade. The bay is made even more attractive with the numerous, small offshore islands. Furthermore, the weather in this region tends to be more reliable and comparable with the favourable micro-climate of the Vendée.
Nearby parcs include BS021 Trinité La Baie and BS022 Trinité La Plage
Platja d'Aro is located in an enchanting spot in the heart of the Costa Brava, next to a beach of golden sand, plentiful in small heavenly creeks which will undoubtedly delight those who enjoy nature and fishing.
Why not stay at CB016 Internacional de Calonge or CB017 Cala Gogo?
On the coast you can enjoy the endless sandy beach, and miles and miles of totally unspoilt rocky coastline, with beautiful little corners and coves, with pine groves that reach down to the sea. Just a mile away from the port, where you can find every nautical facility, the Medes Islands emerge from the sea, a natural reserve populated by birds, with one of the most beautiful and populous undersea landscapes to be found in the Mediterranean.
Why not stay at CB013 El Delfin Verde or CB012 Castell Montgri?
The long stretch of sand blends unnoticeably into the town of La Tranche, famous for its windsurfing, frequent hosting of European championships in late August, as well as tulips where a parade is held annually in mid-April and a majestic floral park opens in spring and summer.
La Tranche is also known for its seven beaches, which includes the nudist area situated north of the Plage de la Terriere. The town vaguely gives off a California vibe with its array of surf shops and bars. Boat services traverse to the Ile de Re, a low-lying island which can be seen lying out to sea as well as to the Ile d'Aix and to La Rochelle.
Why not stay at VS017 La Tranche Bel?
Some mini-cliffs can be found to the south while another beach, La Normandalière, features serious rockpooling at low tide. La Normandelière was smartened up just recently, the beach presently boasts a bar and a large inland pool as well where the water is guaranteed to be significantly warmer than that of the sea. It even has a good car park.
Why not stay at VN017 St Hilaire de Riez?
Vendéan capital of mussel-growing - even the traffic roundabout here which is carefully decorated to honour the town's three aspects of marsh, sea and shellfish reminds you of it. The muddy seabed may not be a perfect spot for sailing or for watching wading birds, especially during the rising tide, something bird lovers out there will surely delight in.
It's a significant staging post for migrating birds as well; thousands of linnets, goldfinches, thrushes and other species of birds pass this way en-route to Spain or Africa between late August and mid-November returning north once again in the coming spring. Guided nature walks in July and August are held twice-weekly; you may want to ask the tourist office about it.
Messanges offers one long, sandy beach washed by Atlantic rollers and is backed by gently undulating sand dunes.
Why not stay at GA013 Le Vieux Port?
Fantastic Atlantic coast beaches stretch for several kilometres either side of the town and are arguably the finest in France. They offer a choice ranging from child-friendly beaches near the town to the wild unspoilt beauty of the Côte Sauvage where you can find tranquility even in the height of the season. A walk down to the wide expanse of beach at the Côte Sauvage through the fragrant forest of Holm Oaks and Parasol Pines stays in the mind forever.
Argelès is frequently said to be one of the best beaches in all of France - and this beach certainly deserves that accolade. The beach is enormous, like many of Languedoc's beaches, but it has the edge in two important respects. Firstly, the views of the Pyrénées from here are stunning and make a unique backdrop for any sun-bathing session. And secondly, the beach is separated from the holiday homes and camping areas behind it by a lush park of grass, flowers and pine trees. So you feel you're away from it all, even though civilisation is only a few metres away.
Why not stay at WM034 Camping La Chapelle?
Remote and relatively wild, Portiragnes is a lovely beach, with fine sand and practically no views of ugly commerce. It's smaller than the huge Narbonne beaches - and feels so much more intimate.
Why not stay at WM020 Les Sablons?
Like Portiragnes, Sérignan feels more remote and wild, with a grassy sand bank hiding the few buildings that sit behind the beach. You can just see Cap D'Agde on the distance and the étang (inland lake) borders the north end of the beach. The restaurant behind the sand bank offers simple meals. You can also rent miniature ponies for kids to ride on.
Why not stay at WM022 Aloha Village?
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