Get Ready for a Fun Family Day Out

  

You’ll probably find more than enough to do at your Siblu holiday park, but if you (or the kids) fancy a change of scene, a theme park is a great idea. Wherever you are in France, you’re never more than a quick hop to an out-of-this-world experience because France has some of the best theme parks in the world.

Whether you’re looking for dazzling multimedia displays, rides for adrenaline junkies or thrilling interpretations of science, there’ll be a park to whet your appetite – and keep the kids entertained for hours. All of our campsites are near or a worthwhile drive away from some brilliant examples. Here’s just a sample…

 

Theme parks in West Coast France

  

Luna Park at Mathes is a great big fairground with rides galore – just half a mile away from Les Charmettes holiday village and 7 miles from La Pignade. But if your little monkeys are more active, they could visit Bonobo Parc in Quimper, southern Brittany, where they can climb through trees or on inflatables to their heart’s content.  

If you’re staying at Le Bois Masson or Le Bois Dormant campsites, you’re just over an hour’s drive from a theme park that’s been voted one of the best in the world: Le Puy du Fou, with its historical re-enactments and spectacular shows. In a similar vein, you can visit Festyland, with rides and attractions on the theme of Vikings, near Le Domaine de Litteau campsite.

 

Discover our West Coast Parks

Normandy is an irresistible destination for discovering everything that’s great about France without having to venture too far from home! Normandy’s fascinating history ranges from the era of William the Conqueror right through to the famous D-Day landings of World War II.

Brittany is France's north westernmost tip that reaches bravely outwards to the Atlantic Ocean. It is a delightful area to discover, and being well served with ferry ports bringing it even closer to Ireland. And there are many other reasons to choose Siblu holiday park, Domaine de Kerlann, Le Conguel or Les Pierres Couchées as a base.

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.

Get ready to discover a dazzling corner of France that lies between Bordeaux to the south and the Loire Valley to the north.

The southwest coast of France is an incredibly diverse area, full of beaches, nature and culture. It is also home to four amazing Siblu holiday parks: Domaine de Soulac, La Réserve, Les Viviers and Les Dunes de Contis. Outside of the parks themselves, the South West boasts a huge range of things to see and do, which makes it ideal for all kinds of holidaymakers.

Theme Parks in the Loire Valley

  

Disneyland Paris – which needs no introduction to kids (big and small) – is just two hours away from our Le Domaine de Dugny holiday village, so a perfect stop-off if you’re driving in from the ferry. But for those more fascinated by the future than fairytales, Futuroscope, with its multimedia, giant robots and time machine (!), is just one and a half hour’s away near Poitiers.

If you want to see as many castles as possible in the Loire but haven’t the time or energy, Mini Châteaux Park has 41 miniature identical reproductions in a magnificent garden 30 minutes from Le Domaine de Dugny. You can also visit Le Family Park – also half an hour away – with its water attractions, blow-up structures, go-karting and a circus.

 

Explore our Loire Valley Park

The romantic Loire Valley lies in France’s heart. It is just south of Paris, yet still wonderfully accessible for the beaches of the Vendée and Loire Atlantique on the Loire coast. The Loire River, France’s longest, meanders through its verdant, vine-covered hills dotted with fairy-tale castles. To boot, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Theme Parks in the South of France

  

Walibi is the largest theme park of the Rhone-Alpes region and conveniently situated near our Les Rives de Condrieu campsite, with lots of splashy rides for children of all ages.

Further west, the farmyard-themed Parc de La Coccinelle, where kids can pet and feed lambs, calves and piglets, as well as enjoy rides and slides, is just 40 minutes from La Réserve campsite in Aquitaine. And if you’re at Le Lac des Rêves or La Carabasse holiday park in Languedoc, you’re just 2 miles from Aqualand Cap d’Agde, where bigger kids (and mum and dad) can slide down the Niagara, the Skyrocket or the Black Hole water chutes, while toddlers play in ankle-deep water nearby.

 

Explore our Southern Parks

Languedoc on France’s southern coast has everything you need for a fantastic family holiday: Mediterranean climate, long sandy beaches, astonishing scenery, medieval villages steeped in history, chic cities, and interesting wines.

Nowhere is more synonymous with holidays in France than Provence; and the delightful Côte d’Azur region in its southeast corner is the perfect mixture of seaside resort, hillside hamlet and chic city. The Mediterranean climate and dazzling light have attracted and inspired the greatest artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The stunning Rhone Alps region stretches from Lake Geneva in the north to Provence and the Cevennes in the south. This eastern corner of France is all about forests, mountains, rivers and fresh air, and Siblu’s holiday park, Les Rives de Condrieu, is the perfect exploring base.

Explore More Holiday Parks

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!

Our campsites are located close to some of the most beautiful and well known cities in France: Montpellier, Nice, Bordeaux, La Rochelle and Nantes. Choose a holiday destination that gives you the best of both worlds – relaxation on the campsite and sightseeing in the city.

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.

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.

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. 

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. 

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.

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.

The Atlantic Coast may be famous for its waves, but there are plenty of more protected bays and large lakes near our parks where you can hone your sailing skills in safety. La Réserve holiday park in Aquitaine even has a private marina for mooring boats.

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.