Camping La Sirene
Camping La Sirene campsite is a large, attractive family run campsite which lies 2km from a wonderful sandy beach at Argeles sur Mer on the south coast of France.
The great range and diversity of the activities and facilities available at Camping La Sirene campsite makes it a firm favourite with families of all ages.
Why we recommend booking Camping La Sirene:
- Excellent fly/drive holiday location.
- Great range of on site activities.
- Fantastic swimming pool complex.
- Lots of great places to visit nearby.
- Train that drives you to the nearby beach.
As we’ve mentioned, there’s a superb range of activities on offer at Camping La Sirene. These include all the usual sports activities you’d expect to see. However, the campsite has gone a long way to provide more unusual activities including horse riding, kayaking, canoeing and even diving lessons.
If you’re more interested in the swimming pool complex, you won’t be disappointed.Camping La Sireneboasts an excellent swimming pool complex with a jacuzzi, lagoon pool, children’s pool and a total of 7 slides and chutes for kids (and adults) to enjoy.
If you’re looking for a campsite near the beach then don’t worry. Although the nearest beach is around 2km away, there is a mini train that stops right outside the campsite and transports visitors down to the nearby beach.
Distance to Camping La Sirene:
- Zeebrugge: 1178km
- Caen Ouistreham: 1003km
- Calais: 1179km
- Dieppe: 1053km
- Le Havre: 1061km
- Oostende: 1181km
- St Malo: 982km
- Roscoff: 1139km
- Santander: 768km
- Bilbao: 670km
Things to see near to Camping La Sirene
Whilst staying at Camping La Sirene campsite why not find out what the local area has to offer. Exploring nearby towns and places of interest is a great way of making the most of your holiday in France.
La Ferme de Decouverte
La Ferme de Decouverte is located 5 km to the west of Camping La Sirene near to Saint Andre. This wonderful farm offers visitors the chance to interact with over 300 different animals on a 3 hectare farm. You can find out more about farming and have a little fun at the same time. This is done through a variety of mazes, quizzes and the outdoor environment. There are a variety of animals on site such as birds, pigs, horses, donkeys, goats, deer, rabbits, geese and ducks. It’s also possible to go on a pony ride and bottle feed some of the newly born lambs. Add to all of this the playground and the karting track and you’ll find a wonderful day out for younger children.
Luna Park is a fantastic fun fair amusement park which is within walking distance of Camping La Sirene at just over 1km away.
It is great for children of all ages with a great variety of different rides and amusements although the park is only open from 8:30pm onwards. Once inside the park you’ll find rides such as a big ferris wheel, bumper cars, merry go rounds and much, much more. The park covers an area of approximately 1 hectare and is filled with fun and laughter. If you and your kids love fairground rides then Luna Park is the place to go for an evening of fun!
Aqualand St Cyprien
The largest water park in the Roussillon region of France can be found just 4km to the north of Camping La Sirene campsite at St Cyprien. Aqualand St Cyprien is a great place to visit if you and your children love water slides, chutes and having a great deal of watery fun.
There’s a great variety of pools and slides at Aqualand which are suitable for a variety of ages and abilities. You can sit back and drift along the lazy river or get an adrenaline rush on one of the drop slides.
There are many Aqualand parks located throughout France and Spain. Therefore if you’ve been to any other, you’ll know exactly what to expect. Please note that during high season the park can unsurprisingly become quite busy and subsequently you may have to queue.
Valley of the Tortoises
The Valley of the Tortoises or La Vallee des Tortues can be found just 12km to the southwest of Camping La Sirene. It is filled with over 500 different tortoises from a variety of different species. There’s even a terrarium where you can see all the baby tortoises up close.
Along with the tortoises, the park also provides visitors with a great place to have fun and relax. There are a variety of nature walks, a plant maze, children’s playground and lots of picnic areas. Entry prices are fairly inexpensive and you don’t get to see these prehistoric looking animals very often. Therefore make a trip to the Valley of the Tortoises if you’re looking for something to do!
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