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- Fun, kid-friendly countryside park 12 kilometres from the beach
- Puy-du-Fou theme park and a regional natural park under 100 km away
- Two lakes for fishing and boating, pool, waterslides and trampolines
La Ferme du Latois is a countryside park set in the coastal region of Vendée, around 13 kilometres from the beach and and less than 15-minutes' drive to Lac du Jaunay.
The site is very well-equipped for family holidays and includes a heated outdoor pool with waterslides, a snackbar, a restaurant, a bar, a terrace and evening entertainment, and for the kids there's a playground, trampolines and a kids' club (May to September). Amenities at the site include accessible showers and toilets, a parent and baby washroom, a washing-up area and a launderette.
For those into a spot of boating or fishing the site also has two superb lakes. There's an on site bike hire service if you want to get out and explore the area on two wheels, and other outdoor activities provided for there include archery and pétanque. Horse riding, fishing, mountain biking and a multitude of watersports are all available in the local vicinity.
The campsite is located just over 12 kilometres from the beach at Brétignolles-sur-Mer, 30 kilometres from Les Sables-d'Olonne, 70 kilometres from Puy-du-Fou theme park, and around 100 kilometres from both Nantes and La Rochelle.
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From the manager...
We think your reaction isn't fair compared to your own actions. You disputed the charge of the credit card payment by yourself. We contacted you more than once about this, but you never gave any reaction. In line of the no reaction and no payment we agreed with pitchup.com to cancel the booking.
When you arrived and we told you there was no payment received, you used some swear words and left immediately. We can't hardly see this as a conversation at all, so indeed as fast as your flash visit was there was not talked about a solution.
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
The Vendée region has over 140 kilometres of sandy, child-friendly beaches and plenty of historical and natural attractions, with sailing, surfing, kite surfing and sea kayaking all available at nearby Brétignolles-sur-Mer. A handful of festivals also take place in the area during July and August.
You can go paintballing Lac du Jaunay and there's a huge network of cycle routes and hiking trails that run through the area.
Slightly further afield at 16 kilometres is the town of Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie and its large fishing harbour, and further away still is the Marais Poitevin Regional Natural Park and several small vineyards, all at around 100 kilometres or less.