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Campsites with mini-farms

Camping holidays with mini-farms

Come and enjoy the pleasures of the farmyard! Flower offers a number of campsites with mini-farms on site. Choose a campsite with its own farm animals from our many destinations across France and book now. What could be easier? Fun and games for young children in a natural, family-friendly setting.

Whether you’re enjoying your summer holiday or a weekend break, our specially designed facilities mean that you and your children can visit our farm animals every day. Our mini-farms are home to donkeys and horses, lamas, goats and cows, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits and more besides – all waiting to meet you!

A mini-farm on your campsite

Our campsites with mini-farms offer the chance to get close the animals in their pens on site. On your next camping holiday treat your kids to an experience you’ll never forget and relive your childhood memories at one of our mini-farms. Our furry and feathered friends await you, so don’t delay! Book a holiday on a campsite with a mini-farm now!

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    Le Crotoy The Somme Estuary

    Camping Les Aubépines ****

    A warm Picardie welcome awaits you at this site just a short walk from the Plage de la Maye on the wild and beautiful Somme Estuary.


    8.75/10 512 reviews

    from 108€ per week

    from 289€ per week

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    Farm campsites

    If you’re tempted by the idea of camping on a farm, we can offer you the best of both worlds – farm animals and all your creature comforts – in our 3- and 4-star campsites with mini-farms. They provide a great opportunity for children (and their parents!) to find out more about farm animals. You’ll be able to stroke them, collect eggs and help with feeding – though feeding times and foods are strictly monitored to ensure the welfare of the animals. Some sites even have their own vegetable gardens where your little ones can try their hand at gardening during our kids’ club workshops.