Flower campsites are small, friendly and offer high quality services
Run on the same principles but all different, each Flower campsite has its own particular character. Most of our campsites offer the following services:
| Fun for everyone
Every Flower campsite runs its own programme of activities including evening entertainment, concerts, sports competitions, cookery, craft and circus skills workshops, farmers’ markets and local trips… So there really is something for everyone!
|Mister Flower Club
A free holiday club for 6 to 12 years old. With our Mister Flower Club activity leaders your kids can have fun, make friends and explore the local area.
There’s never a dull moment at Flower campsites where young and old alike can take advantage of our play areas, bouncy castles and sports courts.
|Food & drink
Our bars, snack bars, pizzerias and restaurants all offer a friendly welcome and delicious food and drink including local specialities to eat in or take out. Bon appétit!
To make your stay easier, our sites all offer a small shop, local specialities, a bakery or a daily delivery of fresh bread.
Some of our campsites have achieved French Tourisme et Handicap accessibility status, while over 50 others offer accommodation tailored to holidaymakers with reduced mobility. For further details see our campsite pages.
Almost all our campsites now offer Wi-Fi access so you can stay connected either from the terrace at the bar or from your tent, chalet or mobile home depending on the network cover available.
|Staff & holiday ideas
Flower staff are there to help you get the most out of your holiday. At every Flower campsite you’ll find a bilingual reception team on hand to smooth out any little problems and give you the benefit of their local knowledge.
Flower offers a range of rental services including sheet, bicycle, fridge, TV, barbecue and safe hire to make your life that little bit easier. For babies: Most campsites offer baby kit hire (baby bath, high chair and cot).
Almost all of our sites welcome dogs and cats on camping pitches and in holiday rentals (except those classed as “dangerous” in France – categories 1 and 2). Please keep them on a lead and make sure you have their health passports and ID details with you.