2021: Holiday with Peace of Mind
Visit the beautiful Vendée region for a quintessentially French camping holiday in an idyllic spot. Situated on the West Coast near the Loire Valley, south of Nantes and north of La Rochelle, the sparkling, sun-soaked “Côte de Lumière” boasts kilometres of Blue Flag sandy beaches. Our two holiday parks in the region, Le Bois Masson and Le Bois Dormant, are the perfect places to settle in for a beach holiday.
Campsites Le Bois Dormant and Le Bois Masson are in the delightful town of St Jean de Monts, with its golden beaches calling out for games in the sand – it must be time to dig out that frisbee! Then there are the water sports, be it swimming, wind surfing, land yachts or dinghies. Not to mention cycle paths and even nearby golf courses. Yet more glorious beaches are to be found at Les Sables d’Olonne, and its marina is a great spot to watch the yachts go by. Whereas the Atlantic swell will be an irresistible lure to surf enthusiasts at La Tanchet…
Why choose Vendée?
Vendée- Exploring the Coast
Vendée - Towns/Cities + History
Travelling to Vendée from Ireland
Irish holidaymakers can reach our parks in Vendée via ferry or plane.
Ryanair and Aerlingus offer direct flights from Dublin to Nantes airport
You can also opt to bring your own car to Vendée with you by getting the ferry from Ireland. Cherbourg and Roscoff ferry ports are easily accessible from Ireland thanks to crossings with Irish Ferries (from Dublin), Brittany Ferries (from Cork and Rosslare) and Stena Line (from Rosslare). Both ports are under 5 hours drive from Le Bois Masson and Le Bois Dormant.
Irish Ferries Irish Ferries have a number of crossings throughout the summer, running every other day of the week Route: Dublin-Cherbourg
Stena Line Stena Line run crossings 3 times a week Route: Rosslare-Cherbourg
Brittany Ferries Routes: Rosslare-Roscoff Departs: Monday evenings. Returns: Tuesday evenings Cork-Roscoff Departures: Saturday nights
*Make sure to check the ferry providers' websites for the most up-to-date information about crossings