Before my stay
> General Information
How can I find out if there is an Onlycamp campsite where I am going?
To easily find our campsites, you can check the interactive map on the homepage or on the “”All Our Campsites“” page.
> How can I find information related to each campsite: services, activities, camping features, contact details?
You will find all the information specific to each campsite directly on the website of the campsite you are interested in. To find it, go to the “”All Our Campsites“” page, locate the campsite, and click on “”Visit the website.””
> How do I view the campsite map?
The campsite map is available at the bottom of the campsite’s website homepage.
> Are the campsites accessible to people with reduced mobility?
All our sites have facilities adapted for people with reduced mobility. Some of our campsites are equipped with accommodations specifically designed for people with reduced mobility.
> Are pets allowed?
Pets are welcome! For the comfort of everyone, your pet must be kept on a leash, and waste must be picked up. The presence of your pet results in a daily supplement, and we will ask to see its vaccination record. Dangerous or aggressive animals and dogs of category 1 and 2 are not allowed on our sites.
> How many vehicles are allowed per pitch or rental?
Only one vehicle is permitted to park inside the campsite. Depending on the sites and periods, you may park directly on the pitch or in nearby parking areas if the area of your pitch/accommodation is pedestrian. We aim to limit traffic on our sites to preserve tranquility. All additional vehicles must park outside.
> Do you accept unaccompanied minors?
No, unaccompanied minors are not accepted, even with a parental authorization.
> How many people can camp on the same pitch?
The maximum capacity allowed on a pitch for tents, campers, and caravans is 6 people (including children and babies). If you exceed this maximum capacity, you will need to reserve a second pitch. Specific pitches dedicated to groups may have a different maximum capacity.