Les Charmettes Availability

  Free
  Booked

Caravans in France Offers

Brittany Ferries Discount


Will you be arriving in France by ferry? We can offer you a 10% discount with Brittanny Ferries!  Please enquire when booking your caravan holidays in France.

 

Fun Passes at Les Charmettes


We offer free adult fun passes for the first three caravanning in France bookings every year (6 adults).

Les Charmettes - La Palmyre, Charente Maritime

This pretty stretch of coast in the Charente-Maritime department comes a close second only to the Cote D'Azur as one of the sunniest areas in France, and thankfully there's no shortage of golden beaches and pleasant cycle paths to make the most of it.

The caravan is located in Les Charmettes, an excellent caravan park with plenty of facilities to make your stay an enjoyable one. 

Not only does the park boast some of the best swimming facilities in the region, including slides, a children's area and both indoor and outdoor swimming, it also has a range of other things to keep both kids and adults occupied, such as tennis courts, children's play areas, arcades and much more.

Only a short distance from the campsite is the friendly little resort town of La Palmyre, where you will find plenty of good places to eat, as well as a number of shops selling all manner of clothes, trinkets and local souvenirs. 

La Palmyre is also home to the largest private zoo in Europe, hosting an extensive range of animals from all over the world and a fantastic aviary.

Charente-Maritime is known for its seafood, and you will find no shortage of places to eat out along the coast.  Fans of moules (mussels) can enjoy washing them down with some locally produced cognac or pineau.  Those with an aversion to seafood need not worry, you will find plenty of options to cater for all tastes in France!

A few more miles down the road is the larger town of Royan, with a population of just under 40,000.  Royan has a number of sandy beaches, as well as a marina and a fishing port and an impressive modern church, the eglise Notre Dame, which was destroyed during the Second World War, only to be rebuilt even bigger in 1958. 

For a town of its size, Royan is surprisingly cosmopolitan - CAREL, its language university, has students from over 80 countries around the world.