Mobile Home Holidays
Bontour works with some fantastic suppliers across France to bring to you mobile home holidays that you will enjoy with all the family. We tailor-make our packages to suit your needs, whether you wish a site no more than a 2 hour drive away or should you wish to discover the French Riviera and beyond, we can get a quotation for you!
Siblu VillagesSiblu has been providing holidays for over 35 years to many satisfied customers and features 19 luxury campsites across France. Each park has their own unique character and facilities to ensure that the whole family have a great time. Siblu go that extra mile in making sure that guests have the best possible experience and their motto is all about fun, freedom and bringing you their personal touch, with friendly staff on hand to help at any stage of your holiday.
Al Fresco HolidaysFounded in 2003 Al Fresco holidays has been growing ever since, now owning 74 parks across 6 countries! In France there are 20 sites to discover from Normandy to Dordogne and beyond. Featuring quality mobile homes equipped for all the family’s needs means that you can sit back and relax on whichever site you choose. With great Feefo reviews across all sites and 91% of customers saying that they would book with Al Fesco holidays again why not sample what they have to offer!
Yelloh VillageThe Yelloh Village spirit is to provide total peace of mind for all customers to have a fun-filled happy family holiday. They have been operating since June 2000 and are always on the look out to grow their network of camping villages. Currently boosting 79 sites across France ranging from coastal properties to mountain views, the banks of a river/lake or relaxing countryside there is plenty of choice for everyone. Yelloh village strives themselves with professional staff and quality products to give you total peace of mind that you have chosen the best holiday park for your needs!
Since 1964 Condor Ferries has been linking the Channel Islands with the U.K and St. Malo in Brittany, now carrying over 1 million passengers and 200,00 vehicles on the routes each year. Once aboard you can stock up in the duty free shop, get that last minute currency arranged or sit back and relax with a bite to eat or drink and get the holiday’s off to a great start. Whether it is golf clubs, surfboards or bikes, you have the freedom to pack as much or as little as you wish into your vehicle and when you get off the other side you will be fully prepared to get out and explore your holiday destination.
Les Ormes Domaine and Resort
Les Ormes Domaine and Resort is a lively resort for families with children of all ages. A campsite, mobile homes, cabins and treehouses are set in the grounds of an elegant chateau on a vast country estate of wooded parkland and lakes.View »
Camping Le P'tit Bois, Brittany
Situated close to the walled town of St Malo and just a few minutes away from the fine sandy beaches, Le P’tit Bois is a natural site surrounded by countryside.View »
Domaine de Litteau, Normandy
This much loved family resort is packed with rustic charm and surrounded by countryside and apple orchards. The site is an ideal base to gain easy access and explore the region of Normandy packed full of medieval towns with fascinating history for all ages.View »
Domaine de Kerlann, Brittany
This beautiful resort is located a few miles from the sandy beaches in Southern Brittany. You will be able to enjoy the mild climate, stunning coastline and indulge in the Celtic culture.View »
Mané Guernehué, Brittany
Located between Vannes and Auray the Mané Guernehué holiday village sits in beautifully landscaped grounds spread across 20 hectares.View »
La Grande Metairie, Brittany
Located 3km from Carnac should you wish to explore you will find white sandy beaches and quaint cobbled streets filled with restaurants and gift shops to take home a souvenir of your holiday.View »
Séquoia Parc, Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Bursting with facilities for the young and old alike and also boosting a varied entertainment programme you won’t have a minute to spare!View »