Camping near Longeville-sur-Mer
Mobile home rental near Longeville
The Grand’Métairie is the ideal outdoor hotel for families and groups of friends who wish to enjoy the joys of a camping on the farm and explore the Vendée coast. Our campsite 4 km from Longeville-sur-Mer, a town of 2,500 inhabitants located on the Côte de Lumière and at the gateway to the Marais Poitevin, offers a selection of prestige mobile homes at an affordable price. We have nine mobile homes of different sizes for 2 to 8 people (2-3 bedrooms, 23 to 37 square meters) with kitchen (dishes + equipment), living room, bright rooms (one with double bed), bathroom , Separate WC and beautiful outdoor terrace. Purists will be free to plant their tent on their bare ground separated from other sites by natural hedges (plots with access to electricity suitable for caravans and motorhomes).
On site, you can access the water park with its two heated pools and paddling pool, bowling alley, multi-sports ground, restaurant and wellness area. Your children will be happy to make new friends during the supervised activities organized in the Kids Club, pet the animals of our mini-farm and plant their own tomatoes in our kitchen garden.
Tourism in Longeville-sur-Mer
You want to combine sports, scenery and tourism in Vendée? Hop on your rented bike at the Grand’Métairie campsite and pedal your hair up to the Conches beach or the Rocher beach in Longeville-sur-Mer. To extend the ride, take the Conches road along the Côte de Lumière and cross the marshes. Longeville has a beautiful Gothic church (Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption church), a cultural space (Clouzy) and organizes each summer a jazz festival (Vague de Jazz) with the towns of La Tranche-sur-Mer and Les Sables d’Olonne. Longeville has the distinction of having three seaside resorts (Conches, Petit-Rocher, Bouil) and the surf spot Bud Bud, one of the most beautiful spots in the Pays de la Loire. Several surf schools organize introductory and advanced courses (Manusurf, Surf Spirit). For a boat trip or a hike through the marshes, go to the Maison du Marais.