Plage des Settons Camping and Chalets
If you're looking for a holiday in the beautiful French countryside, in an exceptional location by the edge of one of France's most spectacular lakes, we won't disappoint.
The Plage des Settons nestles in a picturesques woodland area in the heart of the Morvan, overlooking France's famous Lac des Settons. Whether your dream is the peace and quiet of a get away from it all holiday or the fun and excitement of a range of outdoor activities, you'll find it all here...and more.
Our comfortable chalets sleep 5-7 people and are all fully furnished ready for your stay. We also welcome campers, motorhomers and caravanners from April to October each year for those who prefer to bring their home with them!
On site, we offer the following amenities to our guests:
• Shower rooms with lovely hot water!
• Toilets cleaned twice daily
• Dish washing area
• Laundry facilities
• Children’s play area
• Indoor TV room
• Freezer storage for your frozen food and ice packs
• Electric hook up
• Chemical toilet disposal facility
In and around the area there’s also plenty to do and see.
For those who love activities, there’s no shortage of choice – sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, fishing, pedalos, horse riding, walking, cycling, quad bikes…just take your pick!
Or if you prefer to take life at a slightly slower pace, you may like to visit some of the local museums such as the ‘Musée de la Resistance’, the eco museum, the costume museum or the ‘Musée du Septennat’, an exhibition of gifts given to François Mitterand by various countries around the world.
And if you’re looking for something to eat, you’ll find a nice selection of restaurants nearby offering a choice of dining including a pizzeria and crêperie as well as snack bars, bistros and more formal restaurants.
This really is a wonderful area of France. Calm and relaxed yet with plenty to do for even the most active holidaymaker.
Please do call us to find out more. We're always happy to talk to you.
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This page was last updated: 19 July 2011