Contact the owner:
Myriam et Daniel ROBION
Phone : 00 33 546 053 968
Phone (cellular) : 00 33 679 919 153

Your Camping in Semussac en Charente Maritime

Ref. n° 17G87410

Locality : La Rivière

Camping n° 17G87410

Classification : 2 Epis
Capacity : 32 persons
sites : 17 sites
Pets allowed free of charge Pets allowed (free of charge)


Part shaded site with trees, 3 km from the beaches & accessible to caravans. Close to road, busy but not dangerous. 4 WCs, 4 urinals, 5 hot showers, 1 cold shower, 4 water points, 6 inside washbasins (1 with hot water), 2 laundry sinks & 4 washing up sinks with hot water, washing machine. Pay phone 1 km away. Fridge hire, cold drinks. 24 electricity connection points for caravans. Games/play area: boules pitch, climbing frames, table football, table tennis. Farm grows cereals. No charge for pets.



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Capacity : 32 persons
sites : 17 sites
Pets allowed free of charge Pets allowed (free of charge)

Comfort outside


  • Table tennis

Supplements & Services

  • Parking camping-car
  • Rental caravans
  • Rental caravans
  • Petanque Court


  • Shops : 1.5 km
  • Horse riding : 10 km
  • Train station : 5 km
  • Golf : 15 km
  • Swimming-pool : 5 km
  • Beach : 3 km
  • Swimming : 3 km
  • Fishing : 3 km
  • Medical services : 3 km
  • Thermal baths : 10 km
  • Tennis : 1.5 km



  • Spa

    Gîtes de France accommodation within a radius of 10 km of a spa.
  • Sea

Tourism description

    The glittering isle of Oléron … lovely, unspoilt natural settings, superb beaches, wonderful heritage - the second largest island in France, is great for sports and for wildlife. On the west side, facing the Atlantic, the island boasts a unique series of long sandy beaches stretching from Saint-Trojan to Chassiron. Winds and tide can make the sea a safe playground for children or an altogether more challenging place for adults. The waves provide enjoyment for beginners and the more experienced. Windsurfing, surfing, sand yachting … you're in for a fun-filled holiday!
    Marennes, on the right bank of the Seudre estuary, is the cradle of French oyster-farming. Marennes-Oléron oysters have a unique colour due to the presence of microscopic algae, the Blue Navicula, in the oyster beds where they mature. Today Marennes-Oléron is the foremost oyster-farming centre in Europe, its production varying between 40 and 60,000 metric tons depending on the year. The Marennes-Oléron area also boasts a fine military heritage with Fort Chapus or Fort Louvois at Bourcefranc-le-Chapus and Vauban's citadel at Brouage. The Moulin des Loges (tidal mill) at Saint-Just-Luzac, in the middle of the marshes, is also worth a visit.

    Royan - the Côte Sauvage - La Palmyre

    Tucked between the Côte Sauvage and the Gironde estuary, Royan, capital of the Côte de Beauté, is an historic seaside resort. All along the coast at Royan there are great places to walk or cycle. For a good family day out try La Palmyre Zoo - the kids will love it! Expect to spend about 4 hours in this open air Noah's Ark, open all year and home to over 1,600 animals. Les Mathes-La Palmyre offers a range of activities, it 30 km of fine sandy beaches are perfect to start learning or to practise water sports, including sailing, kite-surfing, even jet-skiing.

    The estuary of the gironde and Talmont

    In the southern Charente Maritime, the Gironde estuary is reckoned to be the largest in Europe. It combines a unique eco-system - only continental river with wild sturgeon - with an extraordinary maritime and military heritage. Talmont-sur-Gironde is a walled medieval town, built on a peninsula, its Romanesque church standing majestically on a rocky headland. Stroll along its straight, right-angled streets as far as the Romanesque church of Saint Radegonde striking a pose above the billowing waters.V
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    Romanesque art

    Romanesque art, most prominent in religious architecture, began in the kingdom of France around the year 1000, at the end of the Carolingian era. Omni-present in the Charente Maritime, it then spread throughout Europe, picking up oriental and barbarian features on the way. Here are some of the gems of Romanesque art which everyone should try to see: church of Saint-Pierre-de-la-Tour (11th century), at Aulnay-de-Saintonge, UNESCO World Heritage site, as part of the Santiago de Compostella pilgrim way; the Royal Abbey of Saint-Jean-d'Angély and the Abbaye aux Dames in Saintes, also built in the 11th century; the Saint-Eutrope basilica, also in Saintes, and the Pilgrim Hospital in Pons, built in the 12th century.
Accepted payments:
  • French "Chèque vacances" accepted
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  • DOUCHE0.80
  • LOC CARAVANE/semFrom 180 to 280
  • LOC MOBIL HOME/semFrom 280 to 400
Valid from 05/01/2019 to 03/01/2020