Near Medoc Ocean

Camping Médoc Océan

44, route de Saint-Vivien

33590 Vensac



Vensac, 2 km
Bordeaux airport, 79 km
Soulac-sur-Mer railway station, 16 km

GPS Coordinates

Latitude: N 45° 24' 14'' Longitude: W 1° 2' 8''


Tourist spots


    Destination Médoc

    You’ll discover the Médoc between pine groves and sand dunes. Enjoy a programme of relaxation in the sunshine, historical sightseeing, nature walks, nautical activities, wine discoveries and more... There’s such a vast choice! This diverse and unspoilt destination has plenty of surprises in store for you. Choose the Médoc for your next holiday!


    The Atlantic beaches

    The Médoc coast boasts 124 km of beaches which are ideal when you’re in need of a relaxing interlude. Enjoy a walk with your feet in the water before taking a nap in the sunshine, lulled by the sound of the waves. Can you think of anything better? Thrill-seekers will be won over by the wide choice of water-based activities, including surfing, body boarding, stand-up paddleboarding, sailing and canoeing ... give them all a try! Or you can simply take the time to stroll around the shops and markets in the many seaside resorts along the coast.


    Gastronomy in the Gironde

    This part of south-west France promises foodies a tantalising stay full of the flavours of the sea! Gambas, oysters and fish, as well as charcuterie and chocolatey treats will all feature prominently on your plates! Discover the Médoc’s cuisine at the many farmers’ markets or directly at the local producers’ premises for a full immersion in the region’s gastronomy. Whether you have a sweet tooth or prefer something more savoury, the Gironde is the guarantee of a flavoursome experience while on holiday!


    The Wine Route

    The Médoc terroir has lived from and for the vines for centuries. Explore the region’s wines via the famous wine route to learn the history of winemaking and the expertise involved. As you go along, you can enjoy tasting sessions, visits of the large wine estates and walks among the vineyards from Bordeaux to the tip of the Médoc peninsula at the Pointe de Grave. This wine trail is also known as the Route de Châteaux and is lined with impressive winemakers’ residences, so you’ll enjoy a feast for your eyes as well as your palate.