Are you interested in glamping? This new-generation form of camping, combining camping and glamour, offers you the chance to experience your holidays in New Aquitaine in a different way. Rent an unusual accommodation on the Ile d’Oléron in our 4-star campsite in Dolus-d’Oléron, and enjoy a stay as close to nature as possible, in a comfortable shelter with natural materials. If you want to break the codes of traditional camping, you will love our unusual rentals even more than our pitches and mobile homes.
You can choose the Coco Sweet, a lodge tent with the comfort of a mobile home, including an equipped kitchen and covered deck (note: this accommodation does not have a bathroom, but you will have access to the campsite’s sanitary facilities). There is a 1 or 2-bedroom version available, with 11 or 16 square meters of surface area, respectively. Our Free Flower and Junior accommodations are wooden houses with low roofs, with a master bedroom and a children’s bedroom. A large deck extends the space “into the wild”… or almost!
Opting for an unusual accommodation means rediscovering the night on a campsite and contact with nature. Far from the noise and bustle of the city, you can treat yourself to a real break with your loved ones, contemplate the starry sky without any visual pollution, sunbathe in your deckchair without being disturbed.
It also means choosing a simpler, more sober holiday, and offering you a real return to the sources of calm and naturalness. All this while benefiting from the 3-star services of the La Cailletière campsite: you can at any time take a dip in the covered and heated swimming pool, let off steam in the playgrounds and of course take part in the evening entertainment. Of course, the fine sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean bordering the Ile d’Oléron will all be within your reach from our campsite, as will the salt marshes and other oyster farms that have made the island famous.
Thanks to glamping, you will offer your children one of the most beautiful adventures of their youth: spending the night in nature, without derogating from the reassuring and enveloping comfort of our unusual accommodation.