camping in france: family holidays with style!
Camping in France has long been the perfect holiday choice for families, with a great mix of huge sandy beaches, blue skies and warm weather, tasty food and wines, fascinating towns, pretty villages, superb attractions and theme parks.
There are thousands of campsites in France, so staying at one of siblu’s 14 holiday villages across France ensures that you are choosing a destination packed with outstanding facilities including the latest holiday home accommodation, free children’s clubs, superb pools complexes, sports and evening entertainment.
Visit our French region pages to discover the many 'must see' sights situated around our 14 siblu villages across France.
about camping holidays in france
All facilities are guaranteed to be open on a siblu holiday village across our whole season. You’ll discover excellent pool complexes, a wide variety of entertainments, sports activities and 3 free children's clubs*.
On a siblu village, you can be reassured that safety is our top priority; our own senior village directors are there to ensure that all facilities meet our extremely high standards, and that our swimming pools are watched by professional lifeguards all season.
*Except Domaine de Litteau and Le Montourey which offer one club for children aged 5 - 12 years.
the regions of france in more detail
Visit Brittany or Normandy to see Carnac, France's version of Stonehenge, or the lively medieval town of Vannes or visit the D-Day beaches, Mont-St-Michel and the medieval town of Bayeux in Normandy.
Visit the Charente Maritime or the Vendee and take a day trip to the fantastic theme park Puy du Fou or the small warm island of L'ile d'Yeu. Visit the Charente Maritime to see the pretty town of La Rochelle, the popular theme park Futuroscope or the world famous town of Cognac.
Visit the Loire Valley and you'll be stuck for choice, but find time to visit Disneyland Paris and the gorgeous chateaux of the Loire and you won't be disappointed.
Visit the region of the Aquitaine and climb the highest sand dune in Europe or sample the sights (and wine) of Bordeaux.
Visit the Languedoc or Cote d'Azur and explore the chic towns of St Tropez and Nice in the Côte d'Azur or visit Devil's Bridge, the Heric Gorge and the beautiful St Guilhem-le Désert in Languedoc.