Location, location, location – it’s not just important when you’re buying property, it can make a real difference to your holiday too. France is famous for its beautiful cities and we have a range of Siblu parks that are within easy reach of some wonderful cities. Get the best of both worlds with a camping trip meets city break! 

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Camping Near Montpellier


Take our Lac des Rêves holiday village in Languedoc: its breathtaking natural setting in an area laced with lovely lakes means you’ll find it hard to leave the campsite. But if you do, it’s just 9 miles to the cosmopolitan city of Montpellier, capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region.

Most of the attractions in Montpellier are in walking distance. Don’t miss the graceful central square Place de la Comédie where you can sip an al fresco coffee while the kids tuck into ice-cream and watch the street performers. 

Many of our other holiday parks are close to interesting places so you can enjoy the best of both worlds – relaxation on the campsite and sightseeing in the city.


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Discover our holiday parks near Montpellier

Montpellier is the cultured capital of the Languedoc region in the South of France, situated next to the Mediterranean Sea. It’s also a vibrant university town, and one of France’s most multicultural cities, voted the most ‘desirable place to live’ in France. This is the must-visit destination.

Castles and Gardens in Nantes & Tours


Our campsites at Les Pierres Couchées in southern Brittany and Le Bois Masson and Le Bois Dormant in Vendée are all a short drive from Nantes, at the mouth of the Loire river. The city has 15 museums – including the last castle on the Loire before it reaches the sea: the awe-inspiring Dukes of Brittany château, which has multimedia exhibits that bring local history to life. Or you can stretch your legs in the gorgeous botanical gardens, where the kids will find a petting zoo.

Further along the Loire, our Domaine de Dugny campsite lies near the lively university town of Tours, with a stunning Gothic cathedral you can admire before taking a stroll along the river.


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Tours in central France artfully combines ancient cathedral city with university town. It makes the perfect gateway to the famous châteaux of the Loire Valley, and is an ideal place for the serene appreciation of French culture and lifestyle.

Mobile Home Holidays Near La Rochelle


Bonne Anse PlageLa Pignade and Les Charmettes campsites in Charente-Maritime are all near the delightful town of La Rochelle, a sparkling coastal city of about 75,000 people. At its heart there’s the Old Harbour, with historic sea walls and towers your children will love scrambling over. La Rochelle also has one of the biggest – and best – aquariums in France.


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Discover our holiday parks near La Rochelle

The seafaring town of La Rochelle is the jewel of Charente Maritime, a wonderful region in France perched on the Atlantic Ocean.

Holidays Near Beautiful Bordeaux


La Réserve and Les Viviers holiday parks in Aquitaine are both around one hour's drive from Bordeaux, a city so lovely most of it is a UNESCO World Heritage site! Kids will love the skatepark, the Miroir d'Eau (the world’s biggest reflecting pool) and the riverside sports facilities – and it’s one of the most bike-friendly cities in the world if you want to rest your feet.


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Discover our holiday parks near Bordeaux. Capital of the Aquitaine region in France’s southwest corner, Bordeaux gracefully lines the Garonne River.

Holiday Parks Near Lyon


Our holiday park Les Rives de Condrieu in the Rhône Alpes is just 26 miles from Lyon, often described as a mini (more manageable) version of Paris. It’s a gastronomic hub so walking its winding cobbled streets will help you work off the cakes and coffees!


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Discover our holiday parks near Lyon

Sitting where the water of the rivers Rhône and Saône converge, majestic Lyon is the capital of Rhône-Alpes, an inland region of France stretching from Lake Geneva to the Cevennes and Provence. A great base from which to explore this historical, cultural city of gastronomy, with its multiple Michelin stars, is Siblu holiday park, Les Rives de Condrieu.

Sunny Southern Cities


Le Montourey campsite on the Côte d’Azur is a short drive (39 miles) from Nice, with its colourful markets, fine restaurants and old world glamour. It also caters for kids: the elegant Nice Opera has musical matinees for families every Sunday.  

And if you’re staying at Les Sables du Midi campsite in Languedoc, don’t miss the chance to see a sea-jousting tournament at Beziers!


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Discover our holiday parks near Nice

Unofficial capital of the Côte d’Azur region in the southeast of France, Nice is also the ‘grande dame’ of the French Riviera. It offers opulence, year-round sunshine, and a timeless appeal. In fact, Nice is sun, fun, art, and every visitor experience rolled into one city, whether you’re after a spot of shopping, a beach hit or some city culture.

Discover our holiday parks near Béziers

Perched above the River Orb in the Languedoc region of France, Béziers lies between Narbonneand and Sète. It is an attractive Roman town, renowned for its summer Feria and wines.

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Discover our holiday parks near Biscarosse

In southwest France, just south of Bordeaux and the glimmering Bay of Arcachon, lies Biscarrosse. It is a remarkable three-in-one holiday destination. Biscarrosse-Plage presides over long, sandy beaches with the rolling surf of the Atlantic Ocean crashing their shores.

Discover our holiday parks near Blois

Blois is situated halfway between Tours and Orléans in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Loire Valley. The Château Royal de Blois, presides over everything, and serves as an excellent introduction to the famous châteaux de la Loire, but the town is a delight to visit in its own right too.

Discover our holiday parks near Caen

Sitting where the rivers Orne and Odon meet, the buzzing university town of Caen is one of Normandy’s most important cities. Caen has rebuilt spectacularly since WWII, its held on to many of its splendid historical buildings and maintained its Norman spirit.

Discover our holiday parks near Roscoff

You’ll find the historic port of Roscoff in Pays du Léon, a corner of France in Brittany’s Finistère that enjoys a gentle microclimate and prodigiously produces artichokes, cauliflowers and, most famously, the Roscoff pink onion! It is also well known to visitors from the UK and Ireland for cross-channel ferry links.

Discover our holiday parks near Royan

Royan is in an idyllic spot. Situated in Charente Maritime on the stunning Atlantic Coast, it lies south of La Rochelle and close to the northern tip of the Gironde estuary.

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The kids have packed buckets and spades and you want to sunbathe on golden sands… It has to be a beach holiday in France. 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!

Discover our holiday parks with indoor or covered pools for those who need to dive in come rain or shine – handy if you’re swimming to keep fit and don’t want to overheat in the sun while you plough up and down.

The highlight of any Siblu holiday in France is without doubt our pool complexes with an incredible selection of slides, including some fantastic multi-lane racer slides. View a selection of our best water parks below and choose the one which suits you best. Who will be the undisputed champion of the pool in your party? 

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”!

Planning to get the plane from Ireland and rent a car when you arrive in France? France has many world-class airports with direct links to Ireland – with some Siblu campsites within an hour’s drive. ‘Fly-drive’ packages give you the best of both worlds: the speed and convenience of flying and the use of a car for your holiday.

If you want the freedom of bringing your own car to France the ferry can be a great way to start your holiday. Many families find that the journey itself becomes an adventure for the kids, especially as many of them have supervised play areas, cinemas and children’s entertainers. Grown-ups can enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants.

Discover France's beautiful countryside and coastline on two wheels. Well-signed cycle paths mean it is a pleasure to bike around the country and, most importantly, it allows you to work up a great appetite for tucking into some delicious pastries. 

France offers a wealth of cultural activities, from its 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”!

We know it’s a big ask, but if you can peel yourself off the sun-drenched beach, you’ll find a treasure trove of activities and adventure to enjoy.

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.