Campsite Saint-Denis d’Oléron

Saint-Denis d’Oléron, the most northerly commune on theisland of Oléron, boasts an environment where nature, authenticity and leisure activities blend harmoniously. This seaside resort on the north of the island of Oléron is famous for its fine sandy beaches, such as La Boirie and Les Huttes, its welcoming marina, and the Chassiron lighthouse, which offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Pertuis d’Antioche. An ideal seaside vacation destination, Saint-Denis d’Oléron promises unforgettable experiences between land and ocean. Located only 2.6 km from our camping ile d’Oléronthe commune of Saint-Denis d’Oléron is a must-see during your stay in Charente-Maritime.



What to do when camping in Saint-Denis d’Oléron?

Once you’ve settled into your campsite in Saint-Denis d’Oléron, there’s plenty to discover and do. Theisland of Oleron abounds in natural and cultural treasures that will appeal to all types of campers.

Explore sunny beaches

The beaches of Saint-Denis d’Oléron are renowned for their beauty and tranquility. Here you can spend days soaking up the sun, swimming in crystal-clear waters and taking part in water sports such as surfing, paddleboarding and kite-surfing.

Popular beaches on the Ile d’Oléron include :

    • Plage des Huttes: ideal for families, with its stretches of fine sand and supervised swimming areas.
    • Plage de Soubregeon: perfect for sports enthusiasts thanks to its surf-friendly waves.
    • Plage des Saumonards: wilder and less crowded, it’s perfect for those seeking tranquillity.

Discover the pleasures of a vacation with your feet in the water by opting for a seaside campsite on the Ile d’Oléron during your next stay in Charente-Maritime.

For more information on local activities, visit the website of theSaint-Denis d’Oléron Tourist Office.

Must-do activities around the campsite on Ile d’Oléron

Your camping holiday on the Ile d’Oléron would not be complete without discovering its natural and cultural riches. Here are a few ideas to add to your program.

Hiking and cycling

The island of Oleron boasts a vast network of hiking and cycling trails. Whether you’re a hiker or a cyclist, you’ll find routes to suit all levels. Get ready to cross a variety of landscapes, from forests to salt marshes and Oléronais vineyards.

With over 160 km of cycle paths, here are a few circuits:

  • From Saint-Denis d’Oléron to Chassiron: a 12 km itinerary offering breathtaking views of the sea and the famous Chassiron lighthouse.
  • From Boyardville to Saint-Trojan-les-Bains: a 25 km stroll through the national forest, taking in Fort Boyard from afar.

Tour of Oleron’s heritage

The island of Oleron boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage. Be sure to visit the museums, ancient churches and castles dotted around the island. Here are a few sites not to be missed:

  • Chassiron lighthouse: located at the northern tip of the island of Oléron, this 46-metre-high lighthouse offers a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Château d’Oléron: An imposing fortress built in the 17th century, with numerous cultural events organized throughout the year.
  • Port de La Cotinière: a lively fishing port where you can sample fresh produce and watch fishermen at work.

Stay at a campsite in Saint-Denis d’Oléron

For those wishing to explore the island of Oléron, Antioche d’Oléron, a 3-star campsite near Saint-Denis d’Oléron, is an excellent option. The campsite offers mobile home rentals and camping pitches for tents, caravans and motorhomes, suitable for all types of stays.

A wide range of modern equipment

The Antioche d’Oléron campsite offers a complete aquatic area with a heated indoor pool, a heated outdoor pool and a paddling pool for relaxation and fun for all ages. Although the area doesn’t have slides, its proximity to the beach makes it easy to vary the aquatic pleasures between pool and ocean.

Activities and entertainment for all ages

The Antioche d’Oléron campsite organizes a variety of events, including themed evenings, shows and concerts to delight the whole family. The little ones can also have fun in the kids’ clubs or at the mini-farm, while the adults enjoy the various sports facilities.

A privileged location

Situated just a stone’s throw from the sandy beaches, Antioche d’Oléron campsite boasts a particularly attractive location. Take the opportunity to discover the markets of Saint-Denis d’Oléron, savor culinary specialties, or embark on an excursion to Fort Boyard orIle d’Aix.

Camping Antioche d’Oléron is a real gem for those looking for a comfortable stay in Saint-Denis d’Oléron.

Discover the towns of Ile d’Oléron

During your camping holiday on the Ile d’Oléron (17), be sure to discover the seaside resorts: