Our site is opening in line with government guidance and we are taking bookings for arrivals from 12/06/2020 onwards , please be assured you can book with confidence. Our toilet / shower facilities will be open. Some communal areas may be restricted - please check with us for more information
Oleron Les Pins Indigo Campsite*** is located in an area that is managed by the ONF (French national forestry commission) and conforms with the ONF camping charter. Camp in the midst of nature on a beautiful, natural 5 hectare site, in the heart of the national forest of St Trojan Les Bains.
Oleron Les Pins Indigo Campsite has undulating pitches in the middle of a pine forest, where you can stay with tents, caravans and motor homes. 163 pitches are located across the site.
In order to meet the needs of campers and make sure that you don't find yourself short of anything whilst camping, Oleron les Pins Indigo Campsite has created a camper's corner at reception. A whole range of useful and practical camping items are on sale here to help you out any time you are short of anything.
If you would like to set up a second tent on your pitch because your children would like a bit more independence during your holidays or you have friends coming to visit, the campsite has 2 person* tents available for hire. Hire prices are €5 per day. * A maximum of 6 people are allowed on your pitch in total.
At Camping Indigo Oleron Les Pins, 2 fully renovated washroom blocks are available on the site as well as a washing-washing machine block. The design of the wooden shower blocks with a canvas roof means that they nestle in perfectly into the surrounding landscape. The shower blocks are ideal for families and have baby changing areas and family cubicles.
A laundry area is available for your use on the campsite.
Oleron Indigo campsite is located in the village of Saint Trojan les Bains, in the south of the island of Oleron. Saint-Trojan is a seaside resort as well as a port specialising in oyster farming.
Explore the villages of St Trojan Les Bains, Oleron castle and its citadel, and Chassiron lighthouse, which is 46 m high, and has a light that can be seen from up to 52 km away. You can also visit the island's main town, Saint Pierre d'Oleron, and don't forget to stop at Fort Boyard, the majestic 'stone vessel', off the Boyardville coast, that has now become one of France's most popular national monuments.
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions