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Sol A Gogo Reviews

Sol A Gogo Reviews

Sol A Gogo Holiday Park

Half way between Brest and Bordeaux on the coast is the small village of St Hilaire de Riez and the Sol A Gogo camp site. With direct access to miles of wide golden sandy beaches this small camp site is perfect for a family beach holiday. The park has a good selection of on-site facilities including an efficient reception and very handy laundrette.

There are 196 pitches open between 12th May and 8th September and if you are travelling with friends and family they are happy to book neighbouring pitches for you.

If you feel like convening with nature then tents are for you. At Sol A Gogo you can stay in a two bedroomed tent (one double and one twin) that has a kitchen and living area that’s just perfect for an outdoorsy type of holiday. The tents come with patio furniture and barbecues which mean great family dining, al fresco style, for all the family.

If you like your comforts a little more creature then there’s a great range of chalets for you to choose from. Two or three bedroomed and ranging between 25m2 and 34m2 in size the chalets here have all the home comforts you’ll need. Whatever the size they all have separate showers and loos as well as kitchen and living space. The kitchens are all well equipped and there is a barbecue for outdoor eating. Each chalet comes with its own patio furniture and you can even book outside decking as well.

Facilities & Activities at Sol A Gogo

The onsite animation team organise range of family activities during peak season including regular discos in the bar, so come on Dad – dust off those moves it’s holiday time!

The site has a great bar that overlooks the terrace has a fun lively atmosphere and has pool tables, arcade games and pinball machines. If you’ve got the munchies during the day there’s a great takeaway where they serve pizza, burgers and chips.

There’s a pool complex consisting of three pools with something for all the family. Lagoon style pools with rocks and waterslides, Jacuzzi and water chutes make for a great place to be – you just have to decide which pool. On site there are painting, tennis and mini Olympic activities for the kids as well as cycle hire just outside the park.

There are some superb beaches here, all linked by a network of footpaths and cycle ways which makes it easy to get around. The lively local resorts such as St Hilaire and St Jean de Monts are also well worth visiting and one attraction of particular worth is Futuroscope, a futuristic park based around the theme of the moving image.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Sol A Gogo Holiday Park

  • Futuroscope
  • Beaches
  • Lively local resorts
  • Lively night time activity
  • Great local food

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Vendee is not normally a name we Brits conjure up when thinking of France. We usually go for the convenience of Brittany or perhaps the beauty of the Loire valley but this area has a lot to offer. Click on the link below to find out more;

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  1. Carla

    Firstly, the chalet we stayed in was delightful – I’ve never been ‘camping’ so the chalet accommodation was a gentle introduction. Better than most hotels I’ve stayed in.

    The kids loved the beach and we were happy to let run free as the site was very safe and clean. The weather was a little poor for two days during our stay, so I would recommend taking some board games for days you can’t sit outside soaking up the sun.

    Overall a very nice site and I’m now a camping convert.

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