Camping near Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard
Mobile home rental near St Vincent
You want to rent a mobile home or a prestige chalet for 2 to 8 people in a family campsite in the Vendée, on the Côte de Lumière and near the Marais Poitevin, one of the most beautiful natural sites in the Pays de la Loire? The 4-star campsite Grand’Métairie opens its doors for a stay in Vendée land in the heart of lush greenery, a few kilometers from Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard. From the small compact mobile home with its fully equipped kitchen to the premium chalet for 8 people with its luxury equipment (dishwasher, television, barbecue) through the tent lodge that delighted the adventurers, we offer high-end housing which will guarantee you an optimal comfort and preserve your intimacy. Traditional camping enthusiasts are invited to plant their tent, to park their caravan or camper in their private grounds (electrical outlets available), close to the toilet blocks.
At the Grand’Métairie, everything is thought to offer you an unforgettable holiday in Vendée. Your children will be able to dive and cool off in one of the two heated pools of the aquatic area (paddling pool for toddlers), practice a ton of sports and fun activities (multisports ground, table tennis, bowling, playground, games room, kids club), pet the animals of our mini-farm and go around the campsite by tractor. Our outdoor hotel has a restaurant bar and a wellness area.
Tourism in St Vincent sur Jard
When planning your activities in Vendée, do not forget to include some thrilling water sports such as surfing, kitesurfing, stand-up paddling and jet skiing. Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard has several beautiful wild beaches such as Clémenceau beach, Ragnette beach and Goulet beach. For a 100% sporty holiday, complete the 13 km mountain bike circuit before taking the Ragnette pedestrian circuit. Before leaving this village of 1,300 inhabitants, remember to visit the house of Georges Clemenceau and the Grand-Bouillac dolmen (classified historical monuments), and sit on the terrace to quench your thirst in front of the Romanesque church of St. Vincent.