Le Suroît - a dream campsite in Le Bois Plage en Ré
At the heart of the superb Île de Ré the Le Suroît campsite is located. A member of the Vagues Océanes group, this establishment on a human scale guarantees its holidaymakers a welcome and services meeting their expectations, particularly with one of the most delightful aquatic areas, diverse and varied entertainment, as well as a wide selection of luxury holiday rental accommodation.
A campsite 600 metres from the beach...
Established in one of the most popular coastal resorts of the island of the Île de Ré, Le Bois Plage en Ré, 600 metres from the beach and the seaside, the Le Suroît campsite nestles within a delightfully wooded and in bloom campsite. Here greenery has its rightful place, and the majority of pitches and accommodation offered for hire by this establishment can boast being shaded.
Camping on a human scale, family-orientated and convivial, Le Suroît offers holidaymakers the choice to pitch their tent, and set up their caravan or camper van on vacant but spacious pitches with an surface area varying between 80 m² to 100 m². If they are seeking additional luxury, they can then look to the mobile homes and chalets. Mobile homes divide into three complementary ranges; the “1er Prix” (“Luxury”) range, the “Confort” (“Comfort”) range and the Privilège (“Privilege”) range, whilst chalets only divide into the “Comfort” and “Privilege” ranges.
As regards services, within this Île de Ré campsite there is a grocery shop for emergencies, only open during the peak season, a bar, a restaurant, a snack bar – takeaway, a launderette, as well as Wi-Fi Internet access (charged for). It is worth noting that the bar, the restaurant and the activities hall on the campsite are new for 2018! Lastly, a multitude of shops are accessible on foot from Le Suroît, and the town centre, dynamic and lively in summer is less than a kilometre from the campsite.
A holiday resort favourable to relaxation…
Various recreational facilities are scattered around this Le Bois Plage en Ré campsite, starting with its delightful aquatic park. This brings together a heated outdoor pool, with a small and large pool, a paddling pool and water play games, as well as an indoor pool, which also accommodates hydromasssage benches. Around the pools, a solarium and sunloungers enable those who wish to do so to indulge in idleness on the Île de Ré.
Amongst the other facilities on the campsite note the mini-golf course, the pétanque terrain, a children’s playground, ping-pong tables and table football. Immediately around the campsite, holidaymakers can easily get to the beach and the sailing school established there. It is possible to hire surfboards and even have sailing lessons.
Within the campsite, several activities are offered to the very young as to adults during the high season. From yoga classes to aquaerobics sessions not forgetting sports tournaments, fitness or aerobics, there is something for every age and taste at Le Suroît campsite.
… and, of course, trips out as a family!
It is worth noting that this campsite also accommodates a children’s club during summer. An entire team of activity leaders takes responsibility for arranging a multitude of activities and for scheduling numerous games and activities to occupy and entertain youngsters aged 4 to 12!
Again during the peak season, evenings are the opportunity to bring all of the campsite’s residents on to the bar terrace for convivial and warm times. From karaoke evenings to dancing evenings, not forgetting the aperitif games and the children’s show, all holidaymakers are guaranteed to have fun during summer evenings on the Le Suroît campsite…
Lastly, having a holiday on the Île de Ré, is to treat yourself to the opportunity to discover the wonders of one of the most beautiful islands in metropolitan France. Reception staff lavish advice and guidance upon holidaymakers so that they do not overlook the island’s must-sees. Amongst these, are the fortifications of Saint Martin de Ré, the Phare des Baleines (a spectacular lighthouse the name of which refers to the beached whales in the area) and its museum (with a history of lighthouses). There are also the salt marshes on Ré and other attractions to consider.