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Saint-Julien-Des-Landes (Vendée)

Région : Vendée
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WELCOME IN VENDÉE

In a lush, attractive setting near Olonne-sur-Mer, one of the Vendee’s top destinations, Village Guyonniere is an enchanting campsite.

Just 400 metres from the vast clear waters of the Lac du Jaunay, this modern, friendly campsite is actually part of a historic farm, with many of the original buildings preserved and converted to form attractive amenities.

The famous endless sandy beaches of the Vendee lie just 10 minutes away.

Services and animations available during the opening dates of the campsite.
Aquatic area fully heated : extension of our outdoor paddling pool in 2017.

Free WIFI

ECOLABEL & TOURISME HANDICAP


Opening dates:
22/04/2017 au 17/09/2017

Village de la Guyonniere
85150 Saint-Julien-Des-Landes


Phone.0251466259 Fax.

info@laguyonniere.com
http://www.camping-guyonniere.com/

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Services

WIFI Bread Superette Snack Bar / refreshment Laundry Spa indoor pool Waterslide multi-sport area Distance to the river 0km   

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