Review for Camping la Forêt Holiday Park from Eurocamp

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Four star Camping la Forêt parc in St Jean-de-Monts from eurocamp is quite a small park, but one of the most popular because of it’s idyllic beach side location. You’re literally a stones throw away from the beach.

Camping la Forêt is the perfect place for the whole family to visit all year round, and is especially beautiful in the peak summer season. If you ever tire of the gorgeous golden beach, then why not head back to the Camping la Forêt parc and relax around the 2 on-site pools. Both pools are family friendly and your little ones will love splashing around in the hot summer sun, whilst you can take full advantage of the sunbathing terrace.

Camping la Forêt is one of the smallest camping only eurocamp parks, and has just over 60 tent pitches to choose from. The intimacy of the park certainty adds to its charm, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. There is plenty to keep you and your whole family entertained here, and many on-site activities including – bike hire, table tennis, a playground and even fishing.

The Camping la Forêt eurocamp park is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, and great for those who love to walk of explore. There are other beaches close by too, and some great local towns and sights that are just a couple of miles away, that are perfect for a day trip away from the Camping la Forêt parc. The warm friendly atmosphere, and the gorgeous beach side location are all you need for the perfect family holiday in the sun.

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