4 * campsite, Le Palace in Gironde.

With a privileged location between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gironde estuary, your campsite, 4 stars, Le Palace invites you in a wooded park of 16ha.

Our campsite is committed to the protection of nature. We have implemented actions to protect the environment, such as waste management, saving energy and water, installing a composting area, setting up a small garden organic, ...
Thanks to that we obtained the label “the green key” (environmental management label).

Our quality services and equipment

In order to make your vacation wonderful, there are many facilities at the campsite. Starting with the aquatic area. It consists of an indoor swimming pool with its water games, hot tubs, ..., an indoor or semi-covered swimming pool, both heated.
And finally a beautiful outdoor aquatic area with its thrilling slides.

We then have a multitude of facilities, to which access is free, such as a multisports ground, a fitness room, 2 tennis courts, a bowling alley, a playground for children, a mini golf course, ...

And if you are afraid after all that you will be bored, don’t worry our team of animators is there to entertain you throughout your stay with a varied program for everyone, young and old.

In the campsite you will also find all the essential services. The shops with the bar, restaurant and grocery store, open every day from early April until mid-September. But also a TV room and finally we offer you the rental of bicycles to explore our beautiful department of the Gironde.

Discovering the Gironde

The Palace is located in the town of Soulac-sur-Mer, a seaside resort with its large sandy beach stretching for kilometers, where surfers, swimmers and sportsmen meet.
You can continue your walk in the old town, to visit the Basilica of Our Lady of the End of the Earths, which is a stopover on the Santiago de Compostela routes, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Continue your journey beyond the town of Soulac-sur-Mer, into the town of Talais, a small typical Medoc village, to discover a completely different landscape with its old oyster port and its small white and blue huts.