Wheelchair accessible glamping in Nouvelle-Aquitaine

From Basque Country to Bordeaux—France’s biggest region packs in plenty of variety.

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3 top wheelchair-accessible glamping sites in Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Seasonova Bassin d’Arcachon

2 units · Glamping5 acres · La Rochelle, Aquitaine
Located in the 3* Braou campsite in Audenge near the Bay of Arcachon, the Seasonova Village offers you a Slow Life experience in unusual and high quality accommodation. At 800m from Audenge town centre and its shops and only 2 km from the beach, you will be ideally located to enjoy all the activities offered by the Bassin d'Arcachon: hiking, beaches, canoeing, paddling, fishing, surfing, windsurfing and much more! In the campsite, relax by the heated outdoor swimming pool (from April to September) and take advantage of all the campsite facilities (grocery shop, barbecue area, playground, etc.) to enjoy a friendly, family-oriented stay close to nature at the Seasonova Village.
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Camping Domaine des Mathevies

13 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Sainte Nathalène, Aquitaine
One of the friendliest sites in the south. The hosts are delightful, the views stunning, and there’s bags for you and the kids to do.
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JOINS! Glamping Aquitaine

5 units · Glamping2 acres · Aquitaine
SMALL SCALE – TRANQUILITY – FANTASTIC VIEW These are the key terms of our holiday park "JOINS! Glamping Aquitaine", in the heart of the Department of La Dordogne, France. Glamping is a form of camping, but at JOINS! it is GL – Grand Luxe: luxuriously enjoying your holiday. JOINS! offers a lot of privacy for our guests. A lot of privacy because on a recreation area of approx. 1 hectare only 5 luxury safari tents have been placed. The view from every tent is breathtaking. Of course there is a swimming pool and you will find all kinds of sports and game possibilities. We, Inge and Joost van der Sande, are always nearby or available for information, help or just for a chat.  On occasion we open our small bar; our guests can then meet each other and exchange information while enjoying a drink and a snack. THE SAFARI TENTS Our tents have a high level of comfort: Kitchen with dishwasher, induction hob, fridge freezer, microwave, "nespresso", blender and all kinds of kitchen appliances Wifi Dining area Sitting area Cutlery, plates, cups, cups, glasses, etc. for 8 people Bathroom with spacious shower cabin (rain shower), sink and toilet Bedroom with double bed Bedroom with single and bunk beds Terrace with bar and lounge set sunbeds Barbecue Picnic table Parasol JOINS! has been realized on former vineyards; Our tents therefore have the name of a grape variety: Chardonnay, Grenache, Merlot, Sancerre and Sauvignon. Tent Sauvignon is suitable for the disabled due to its location, accessibility and furnishings. THE SWIMMING POOL We have opted for a saltwater pool; this is more natural and comfortable than a pool with chlorine. Skin and eyes are not burdened with all kinds of chemicals. The salinity is significantly lower than in the sea. The pool is heated to be able to enjoy it in early and late season. At the pool there are plenty of sunbeds with parasols. The pool is fenced, so that small children cannot enter unaccompanied. THE SPORTS AND GAMES FACILITIES There is always something to do at our park, for young and old. A small list: Jeu-de-boule-court, football field, basketball, table tennis table, swings, playhouse, trampoline, crocket, badminton sets, and so on.
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Wheelchair accessible glamping in Nouvelle-Aquitaine guide

Overview

With almost 720 kilometres of Atlantic coastline stretching from La Rochelle down to the Basque Country, and a whopping 12 departments, Nouvelle-Aquitaine is France’s largest region. Campers can take their pick of outdoor adventures. Pitch your tent amid the vineyards in the world-famous Bordeaux wine region, swim, and surf along miles of golden beaches, or rent a mobile home on the shores of a sun-kissed Atlantic island. Inland, the Dordogne and Lot rivers carve a scenic path through some of the country’s most idyllic landscapes, while to the south, the rambling forests of the Landes tumble down to the wild peaks of the Pyrenees.

Where to go

Poitou-Charentes

The maritime city of La Rochelle is the cultural hub of Poitou-Charentes, from where you can explore the beaches, oyster farms, and pine forests of Ré, d’Oléron, and Aix islands. Inland, this department is the ideal place to experience the simple pleasures of the French countryside, stopping off to sample the local liquor in Cognac and visit the historic cities of Poitiers and Angouleme along the way.

Limousin

The historic Limousin region, made up of the Corrèze, Creuse, and Haute-Vienne departments, is the road-less-travelled for most campers in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Bound by the mountains of the Massif Central and famous for its cattle farming, this hilly agricultural province is full of sleepy villages and farmland campsites. Limoges is the only sizable city, while the riverside town of Brive-la-Gaillarde makes the most picturesque base.

Dordogne & Lot

The region’s rural heartland is fed by the Dordogne, Lot, and Garonne rivers, affording miles of rambling river valleys, dense forests, and sweeping cliffs dotted with medieval villages and ancient caves. Campers will be in their element here, whether you want to escape to a tranquil campsite amid rolling hills, go glamping in a yurt, or take your campervan on an epic road trip to towns like Rocamadour, Sarlat-la-Canéda, and Villeneuve sur Lot.

Gironde & Landes

Nouvelle-Aquitaine’s regional capital, Bordeaux, and much of its coastline are contained with the huge Gironde and Landes departments, where you’ll find endless stretches of golden sand, billowing dunes (including Europe’s highest sand dune), and great surf and water sports. Coastal campers have endless options, whether you prefer the vine-flanked Gironde estuary in the north, the dreamy Silver Coast around Arcachon Bay, or the maritime pines of the immense Landes forest.

Pyrénées-Atlantiques

Summer sun-seekers and surfers make a beeline for the beaches of the French Basque Country, where Biarritz and Bayonne are the liveliest hubs. Away from the coast, the broad peaks and wildflower-speckled plateaus of the Pyrénées mountains tempt campers into the highlands. This is where you’ll find some of France’s best hiking, mountain biking, and camping, and true adventurers can even bivouac in the wild.

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