How to find a campsite in Deux-Sèvres?
If you wish to stay in a relaxing environment in the heart of nature, we recommend you to choose Deux-Sèvres. In order to easily find your campsite in this department, we recommend that you contact HomeCamper's hosts quickly. The latter are private garden owners who offer you to stay directly at their homes, but keeping the principle of camping in mind.
What to visit in Deux-Sèvres?
If you are going on holiday in Deux-Sèvres or if you are just passing through, don't miss the opportunity to discover Melle's medieval heritage. In the countryside in the heart of the Deux-Sèvres, near Niort, you can visit a historic centre where the medieval period can be recognized especially with the famous "Triad" which consists of three very well preserved Romanesque churches. The most famous is the Saint-Hilaire church, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will also have the opportunity to discover the mines of the French Kings in order to learn how the currency was made at the time. You should also know that Melle is an excellent destination for all those who are looking for green tourism. If you are staying in the Deux-Sèvres with your family, the zoo park of the Chizé forest is an essential visit that will dazzle your children. Specialized in European fauna, this park gives a great freedom to species with gigantic enclosures, which makes it all its originality. Different cities also welcome you as this Niort famous for skydiving, Coulon and its marshes or Parthenay with its castle.
When to go to Deux-Sèvres?
Before you leave for Deux-Sèvres, take a look at the weather to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Deux-Sèvres enjoys an Aquitaine oceanic climate, meaning that winters are mild and summers are hot. However, the climate will vary from one municipality to another. In order not to take any risks, we recommend that you go to Deux-Sèvres between May and September!
To learn more about HomeCamper campsites and private motorhome areas, visit our homepage.
- La Mothe-Saint-Héray