Camping Le Pin Parasol, La Chappelle-Hermier, Vendee
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Situated slightly inland, 5* Camping le Pin Parasol is open from late April to mid September on the banks of lovely Lac du Jaunay, where you can try a spot of lake fishing, or hire a canoe or pedalo if you're feeling a little more active.
Read more about the Lac du Jaunay
Camping le Pin Parasol is a favourite for families, especially families with young children who want a holiday with (usually) excellent weather and a relaxing atmosphere. The pool complex was massively extended to be ready for the 2015 season.
Le Pin Parasol is perfectly located for exploring the locality by bike or on foot and this park has a host of facilities which you can view below:-There's also A new rubber ring chute and toddler splash zone making the pool complex a hit with kids of all ages, plus a gym, sauna and jacuzzi for mum and dad to chill.
Water based activities on the Park
A new rubber ring chute and toddler splash zone making the pool complex a hit with kids of
all ages, plus a gym, sauna and jacuzzi for mum and dad to chill.
Heated kids pool with multiple waterjets and water features (Jun-Sep)
Waterslide complex, rubber-ring slide and plunge pool (waterslides and outdoor pools open mid Jun-mid - Sept. Heated Indoor Pool, Heated Outdoor Pool, Jacuzzi, Hammam (Yoga)
On site sports activities
Aquarobics, Archery- local charge applies, Badminton, Basketball, Boules, Fitness / Stretching,
Football, Multi Sports Pitch, Tennis - local charge applies, Volleyball
Activities and Entertainment
Spa, Hammam (Yoga), Jacuzzi, Massages - local charge applies, Hairdressers, Beauty Salon, Bike Hire, disco
On site food and facilities
Hairdressers, Take-away, Bar, Shops, Newsagent
4-11 June - August
Places to visit during your camping holiday at le Pin Parasol
Apremont, 8 miles - Apremont is located on the rocky banks of the River Vie. It was originally named Asper Mons or Bitter Mountain by the Romans who founded the first settlement there.
St Gilles Croix de Vie, 9 miles - the resort, actually made up of two towns, St Gilles and the fishing port of Croix de Vie, lies either side of the River Vie.
Sables d’Olonne, 15 miles - Sables D’Olonne is situated on a very green, and wooded coastal strip famous for its fish farms and salt marshes. Pine trees and holm oaks covering a vast area make this a unique landscape a favourite place for hikers and lovers of nature.
Sallertaine, 20 miles - The village is recognised by its two historical churches and is well known as an arts and crafts centre due to the number of independent craftsmen who occupy various outlets, often in former homes during the summer months. These range from potters and painters to jewellers and purveyors of fine, local foods.
St Jean de Monts, 25 miles - St Jean de Monts is famed for its fabulous sandy beaches that are typical to this area and make this tourist resort so popular for family holidays. For those people who enjoy water sports there is no shortage of opportunities with sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and surfing being very popular all along this coast.
La Rochelle, 73 miles - La Rochelle is seen as the most unspoilt seaside resort in France, it has been a busy, commercial port since the 11th Century that still remains the heart of the city today. The port named The Vieux Port is the focus of the town and is surrounded by stately homes and has two towers guarding the entrance facing which is the Rue du Palais
Last update: 28.02.2018
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