CAMPING-CAR PARK AREA OF SALLERTAINE
route de Saint Urbain 85300 SALLERTAINE
1/01 - 31/03 : 8,80 €/24h
1/04 - 30/09 : 11,00 €/24h
1/10 - 31/12 : 8,80 €/24h
Parking 5h + services : 5,50 €
+ tourist tax : 1/04 - 30/09 : 0,45 €/nuit
Booking's informations ×
2 booking modes are possible:
For travellers who appreciate planning their trips beforehand: this booking mode is available from 6 months to 48h before the arrival date. Your booking is valid from 12 pm on the first day to 12 pm on the last day.
Last-minute booking, known as "Securiplace"
This mode allows you to book a pitch the same day you arrive (exclusively available on our website). Your reservation starts from the moment you have paid your booking online until 12 pm the next day or the day you've chosen. You can arrive on the area as soon as you have received the confirmation.
In all the cases, the maximum stay on an area is of 21 consecutive days.
Sallertaine is a French town located in the department of Vendee in the Pays de la Loire region.
Open: All year round – 24/7
GPS coordinates : Lat : 46.835032 / Long : -2.000850
A very old village, Sallertaine was built on a limestone islet, once surrounded by salt marshes (the "marais salants" which gave its name to the commune).
The Sallertaine site has 30 pitches and motorhome drivers will benefit of its 32 electric outlets (6A).
The 12th century Church overlooking the marshes is one of the jewels of the Romanesque art.
Land of inspiration for writers (for example Bazin), Sallertaine and its 2 800 inhabitants are waiting for you! Discover the richness of this place on foot (by its many trails) or by boat (on the canals).
Sallertaine has the label « Ville et métiers d’Art » (City and trades of art), thus, around forty craftsmen are present in the village during July and August. Each year, the association "L'Ile aux Artisans" (Island for craftsmen) organizes 4 summer nights with artisan workshops, street art, shows, concerts, foods. Make sure to come and visit!
Places and monuments to be seen:
• The 12th Century Saint Martin's church, jewel of the northwest architectural heritage, it is a wonder of the Romanesque art.
• A second church was built there and inaugurated in 1911.
• The Rairé Mill, which is functioning with the force of the wind, without interruptions, since 1560. The mill has a traditional mechanism and produces corn, oats and barley flour.