Moderately-sized campsite, with spacious and luxuriant sites, in an exceptional environment among deciduous and evergreen trees by the lake in Parentis and only a few kilometers away from the ocean. Camping Calède is ideal for campers who love quiet spaces and appreciate a very warm welcome.
Ideal for anyone who loves traditional camping in a tent, in a caravan or camper van, you can stay on one of our 80 pitches with an average size of 100 square meters spread over 1.8 hectares.
All of our pitches are:
For the comfort of our campers, there is a large shower center at your disposal. It is sanitized very regularly and efficiently and includes spaces for disabled guests and baby changing facilities.
We have used extra care in cultivating our sites, greenery, trees and hedges for a quiet getaway in harmony with the surrounding nature.
Currently certified “Accueil Vélo” (bicycle friendly), Camping Calède gives a special welcome and customized services to bicycle tourists traveling on the Vélodyssée along the Atlantic coast.
You’ll find on site a friendly, covered gallery, which allows cyclists to take cover, rest, and eat. The area is equipped with tables, chairs, free Wi-Fi access, a microwave oven, a library, washing machines, and multiple electrical outlets so you can charge your phone and accessories on the house.
We have pitches for guests traveling by bicycle (in the shade, next to the water fill and the covered communal area)
We also have small cabins (Tithome), perfect for campsite-hopping (can be rented per night except in July and August).
A special rate made just for cyclists is available for bicycle travelers.
Easy booking for bicycle tourists (by phone 2-3 days before arrival), 24/7 check-in possible when the campsite is open.
Our site also has a covered and locked storage room at ground level for your bicycles, and an emergency repair kit for small accidents (wrenches, foot pump, etc.).
Our advantages: we offer a space to store cars if you decide to park your car long term and roam around by bike.
1er avril au 1er octobre 2023