Camping holidays in Médoc
Why not stay at a campsite in the Médoc for your next holiday? With a wide range of services on offer, our mobile homes and pitches are ideal for a trip with family or friends. Sit back and relax for a purely relaxing stay in the heart of the most beautiful vineyards in New Aquitaine !
Discover the stunning landscapes of the Médoc and the beauty of the ocean with Flower Campings at one of our family-friendly campsites. Surrounded by pines and oaks in the heart of the woodlands, you can choose a mobile home, a one-of-a-kind accommodation or a pitch for your campervan.
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Le Médoc Bleu
New Aquitaine - Carcans
Close to Lacanau in the Médoc, this Gironde campsite offers the promise of peace and quiet in a warm and sunny setting.
From 15/06/2024 to 22/06/2024
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What to do while on holiday in the Médoc?
Between the Landes forest, the Bay of Arcachon and the Pointe de Grave, the Médoc is an ideal destination for nature lovers and is famous for its renowned vineyards. With its beaches on the Atlantic coast, its hills on the estuary hillsides and its large inland lakes, the Médoc's landscapes are extremely varied. The nature reserves can be explored on foot, on horseback or by bike: this is the perfect spot if you want to lose yourself in the wide-open spaces of the great outdoors.
The Médoc peninsula stretches between two waters: the Atlantic Ocean and the Gironde. It is a lush and varied landscape of forests, marshes, lakes, ponds and vineyards. Explore it for yourself by following the hiking trails, and enjoy a wide variety of nature activities: horse riding, canoeing, hill-walking, mountain biking, golf and much more.
On the ocean side, the Médoc is a magnet for surfers. There are plenty of famous spots and numerous surf schools where you can learn to ride the waves. Every year, Lacanau hosts an international championship: an incredible spectacle that you won't want to miss if you're a surfing fan on holiday in the Médoc.
Stay at a campsite by the lake, camp in the middle of the vineyards or set up your base near the beaches. There's a whole host of leisure facilities to help you relax back at your own campsite!
Places of interest in the Médoc
The Médoc is a land of contrasts, both in its nature and its heritage. Explore lighthouses and the Belle Époque resort of Soulac on the ocean side, castles nestled in the vineyards, and several UNESCO heritage sites, including the basilica Notre-Dame-de-la-Fin-des-Terres and the Vauban fortress of Fort-Médoc.
While on holiday in the Médoc, don't miss the Cordouan lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in Europe. The Abbey of Vertheuil and the châteaux route are great choices if you love history and architecture. You'll also be able to sample some world-famous wines as you explore. Along the way, you'll stop at the village of Bages, the Château d'Agassac, the Uni'Médoc cellar and the Nadalie winery.
If you're on holiday in the Médoc with your family, treat your children to a magical break on the Children's Island in Hourtin Port! This fun activity centre is located right on Lake Hourtin, with plenty of things for all ages to do, including both land and water.
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