Discover the treasures of the Pays de Retz coast by staying in the comfort of a chalet or mobile home in our camping in Loire Atlantique near La Bernerie-en-Retz. Just a few pedal strokes from the beaches, the 4-star campsite Les Vallons de l'Océan offers you a wide and varied choice of recent and spacious rental accommodation: mobile homes and chalets with wooden cladding from 23 to 38 m2, with 1 to 4 bedrooms, to accommodate from 2 to 8 people depending on the model. Whether you are travelling as a couple or in a group, you will find on our hilly domain the accommodation adapted to your expectations and your budget. In each rental unit, you can relax on a pleasant private terrace: covered or semi-integrated on the mobile homes, courtyard type with wooden pillars and railings on the chalets. Garden furniture and deckchairs await you for a relaxing and well-being stay in La Bernerie-en-Retz. The interiors of our rentals are also designed for your comfort, with quality double or single bedding in the bedrooms, a living room with television and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, a shower room and separate WC. A model of mobile home PMR with two bedrooms and capacity for 4 people is also available in our campsite in Loire-Atlantique.
Charming seaside town on the coast of the Pays de Retz, La Bernerie-en-Retz is a popular destination for its large 2.5-hectare seawater basin, which allows swimming and water sports even at low tide. On the beach, the golden sand is an ideal meeting place for families: you can laze around, build castles, and fish on foot at low tide, on one of the most famous foreshores in the area. Loire-Atlantique for collecting shells. Among the most beautiful beaches in Brittany, the Crève-Cœur beach at La Bernerie-en-Retz can be reached via a staircase built into the golden rock of the cliffs.
Numerous sports activities await you during your stay at the campsite near la Bernerie-en-Retz: sailing and catamaran on the salt water, but also kayaking, paddle or tennis. A night market animates the streets of the village every Friday evening in the summer season. The old train station houses a museum that retraces the history of La Bernerie, from its past as a village of fishermen and carpenters to its more recent seaside vocation. A hike of less than 5 km invites you to discover the Trou de l'Enfer, a natural site carved into the rock by the force of the waters.