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Why Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie?

  • Lively, family campsite in the Somme bay
  • Build sand castles, collect seashells and spot seals
  • Whizz around in circles on the space bowl slide

Reviews: Guests love it

Guests love it

7.7
Very GoodOverall average score of 540 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
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Campsite information

Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie

Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie is a large family campsite in Quend, located near the picturesque bay of the Somme. It’s just 2 km from the beach, making it a real paradise for watersports lovers. Kids have the time of their lives here in the water park, playground, kids club, on the bouncy castle and with the enthusiastic entertainment team.

  • Fancy a dip in the pool? There’s a heated outdoor and indoor pool and also a heated toddler’s swimming area. Looking for a little adventure? Then whizz down the waterslides or take a ride in the Space bowl.
  • Sports fans are spoiled here. Do some fitness. Play some tennis. Show off your football skills on the multi sports arena or have fun on the midget golfcourse.
  • What’s that sound you can hear murmuring gently in the background? It’s the sea of course! Just 2 km away in Quend. So pack you beach gear and a picnic and have a lovely day on the broad, clean sands.
  • With a playground, bouncy castle and a kids club, it’s a real paradise for kids here. The experienced entertainment team keep them busy with fun activities, while you unwind with a cool drink.
  • The surrounding area of the Bay of Somme is truly breathtakingly beautiful. Perfect for exploring on foot or by bike.

The surrounding of Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie

Quend is a pretty seaside town in the Somme department of the Picardy region, near Fort-Mahon-Plage, Le Crotoy and Saint-Valery-sur-Somme. The unspoiled, wild wetlands of the Bay of the Somme are just a short drive away.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"A quiet family campsite in Quend, the Somme, just 2km from the beach. Lovely heated indoor and outdoor pool, excellent sport facilities and entertainment for kids."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • sunbeds in the pool area are free of charge
  • coverable swimming pool: 1
  • outdoor pool: 1
  • several playsets in swimming pool

Extra Water fun

  • waterslide: 1

Facilities

Eating and drinking

  • bar
  • Take away meals
  • restaurant: 1

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  • electric barbecue not allowed
  • wifi: on the whole campsite (free of charge)
  • laundrette
  • Grocery shop
  • dryer
  • gas barbecue allowed
  • charcoal barbecue allowed
  • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa
  • wifi: only in the central area (free of charge)
  • shuttle service to the beach

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • fishing
  • jeu de boules
  • fitness equipment (outdoor, free of charge)
  • Mini golf
  • kite surfing: in the neighbourhood
  • canoeing: in the neighbourhood
  • surfing: in the neighbourhood
  • adventure park: in the neighbourhood
  • Multisport area: 1
  • table tennis
  • Large playground
  • Bike rental (to be paid)
  • golf: in the neighbourhood
  • Manage <10 km
  • tennis: on the campsite: 2
  • electronic games

Entertainment

Animation

  • entertainment: English
  • entertainment: French
  • Entertainment for toddlers
  • Entertainment for children
  • Entertainment for teenagers
  • Entertainment for adults

Accommodations, Availability & Prices

Accommodations, Availability & Prices

Ratings & Reviews

7.7
Overall average score of 540 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
  • Swimming Pools
    Excellent
  • Surrounding area
    Excellent
  • General maintenance of the campsite
    Good
  • Campsite staff
    Excellent
  • Quality of the entertainment
    Good
  • General standard of the accommodations
    Excellent
  • Restaurant facilities
    Fine
  • Play facilities for children
    Good
  • Standard of sanitary buildingsNo Score available
  • Size of the pitchesNo Score available

    Ratings & Reviews

    7.7
    Overall average score of 540 reviews by Vacansoleil guests
    • Swimming Pools
      Excellent
    • Surrounding area
      Excellent
    • General maintenance of the campsite
      Good
    • Campsite staff
      Excellent
    • Quality of the entertainment
      Good
    • General standard of the accommodations
      Excellent
    • Restaurant facilities
      Fine
    • Play facilities for children
      Good
    • Standard of sanitary buildingsNo Score available
    • Size of the pitchesNo Score available

      Surroundings

      Quend is a pretty seaside town in the Somme department of the Picardy region, near Fort-Mahon-Plage, Le Crotoy and Saint-Valery-sur-Somme. The unspoiled, wild wetlands of the Bay of the Somme are just a short drive away.

      Some tips for your holiday at Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie in Quend

      • Feel like a day by the sea? The broad sandy beach at Quend is just 2 km away. Pack a picnic and off you go!
      • Bird lovers head for the Nature reserve of Parc du Marquenterreou in Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont ( 8km) There are over 360 species of bird and 14 observation points, so you’re bound to spot one of your favourites!
      • Visit the delightful quaint seaside resort of Le Crotoy (18 km). Take a boat ride around the horseshoe shaped bay, watch fishermen bring their haul in, then stop off at one of the many, little seafood restaurants for some deliciously fresh shellfish
      • Want to discover the area on horseback? Go to the stables at Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (7 km) and explore the beautiful countryside with your trusty steed and an experienced guide!
      • For a little culture and history visit the wonderful medieval seaside town of Saint Valery sur Somme ( 28km), from which William the Conqueror set sail to conquer England. See the large 11th century Guillame Towers, where King Harold was held prisoner. Then Wander down to the port to admire the incredibly pretty sailor’s area, which dates back to the 18th century.
      • Take the kids out for an unforgettable day by the lovely Bay of Authie (8km). Here you can see seals lounging in the sunshine, playing together and resting as the tides change over.
      • For something truly special pay a visit to the stunning gardens of the 18th century Cistercian Valloires abbey in Argoules (18 km). Over 5000 different plant species fill the 8 hectares of lush, green landscape, including extremely rare roses. After a relaxing stroll through the gardens enjoy a wel-l earned lunch at the delightful la Table du Jardinier restaurant.

      Some tips for your holiday at Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie in Quend

      • Feel like a day by the sea? The broad sandy beach at Quend is just 2 km away. Pack a picnic and off you go!
      • Bird lovers head for the Nature reserve of Parc du Marquenterreou in Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont ( 8km) There are over 360 species of bird and 14 observation points, so you’re bound to spot one of your favourites!
      • Visit the delightful quaint seaside resort of Le Crotoy (18 km). Take a boat ride around the horseshoe shaped bay, watch fishermen bring their haul in, then stop off at one of the many, little seafood restaurants for some deliciously fresh shellfish
      • Want to discover the area on horseback? Go to the stables at Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (7 km) and explore the beautiful countryside with your trusty steed and an experienced guide!
      • For a little culture and history visit the wonderful medieval seaside town of Saint Valery sur Somme ( 28km), from which William the Conqueror set sail to conquer England. See the large 11th century Guillame Towers, where King Harold was held prisoner. Then Wander down to the port to admire the incredibly pretty sailor’s area, which dates back to the 18th century.
      • Take the kids out for an unforgettable day by the lovely Bay of Authie (8km). Here you can see seals lounging in the sunshine, playing together and resting as the tides change over.
      • For something truly special pay a visit to the stunning gardens of the 18th century Cistercian Valloires abbey in Argoules (18 km). Over 5000 different plant species fill the 8 hectares of lush, green landscape, including extremely rare roses. After a relaxing stroll through the gardens enjoy a wel-l earned lunch at the delightful la Table du Jardinier restaurant.
      • Nearest airport: Oostende (OST) at 85 km
      • Second nearest airport: Lille (LIL) at 90 km
      • Third nearest airport: Charleroi (CRL) at 200 km
      • Train station: 11 km
      • Bus station: 3 km
      • Area: flat and wooded
      • Nearest city/village: 2 km
      • Nearest sea: at 2 km from the Atlantic Ocean
      • Supermarket: 10 km

      Surroundings

      Quend is a pretty seaside town in the Somme department of the Picardy region, near Fort-Mahon-Plage, Le Crotoy and Saint-Valery-sur-Somme. The unspoiled, wild wetlands of the Bay of the Somme are just a short drive away.

      Some tips for your holiday at Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie in Quend

      • Feel like a day by the sea? The broad sandy beach at Quend is just 2 km away. Pack a picnic and off you go!
      • Bird lovers head for the Nature reserve of Parc du Marquenterreou in Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont ( 8km) There are over 360 species of bird and 14 observation points, so you’re bound to spot one of your favourites!
      • Visit the delightful quaint seaside resort of Le Crotoy (18 km). Take a boat ride around the horseshoe shaped bay, watch fishermen bring their haul in, then stop off at one of the many, little seafood restaurants for some deliciously fresh shellfish
      • Want to discover the area on horseback? Go to the stables at Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (7 km) and explore the beautiful countryside with your trusty steed and an experienced guide!
      • For a little culture and history visit the wonderful medieval seaside town of Saint Valery sur Somme ( 28km), from which William the Conqueror set sail to conquer England. See the large 11th century Guillame Towers, where King Harold was held prisoner. Then Wander down to the port to admire the incredibly pretty sailor’s area, which dates back to the 18th century.
      • Take the kids out for an unforgettable day by the lovely Bay of Authie (8km). Here you can see seals lounging in the sunshine, playing together and resting as the tides change over.
      • For something truly special pay a visit to the stunning gardens of the 18th century Cistercian Valloires abbey in Argoules (18 km). Over 5000 different plant species fill the 8 hectares of lush, green landscape, including extremely rare roses. After a relaxing stroll through the gardens enjoy a wel-l earned lunch at the delightful la Table du Jardinier restaurant.

      Some tips for your holiday at Camping Capfun Dune Fleurie in Quend

      • Feel like a day by the sea? The broad sandy beach at Quend is just 2 km away. Pack a picnic and off you go!
      • Bird lovers head for the Nature reserve of Parc du Marquenterreou in Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont ( 8km) There are over 360 species of bird and 14 observation points, so you’re bound to spot one of your favourites!
      • Visit the delightful quaint seaside resort of Le Crotoy (18 km). Take a boat ride around the horseshoe shaped bay, watch fishermen bring their haul in, then stop off at one of the many, little seafood restaurants for some deliciously fresh shellfish
      • Want to discover the area on horseback? Go to the stables at Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (7 km) and explore the beautiful countryside with your trusty steed and an experienced guide!
      • For a little culture and history visit the wonderful medieval seaside town of Saint Valery sur Somme ( 28km), from which William the Conqueror set sail to conquer England. See the large 11th century Guillame Towers, where King Harold was held prisoner. Then Wander down to the port to admire the incredibly pretty sailor’s area, which dates back to the 18th century.
      • Take the kids out for an unforgettable day by the lovely Bay of Authie (8km). Here you can see seals lounging in the sunshine, playing together and resting as the tides change over.
      • For something truly special pay a visit to the stunning gardens of the 18th century Cistercian Valloires abbey in Argoules (18 km). Over 5000 different plant species fill the 8 hectares of lush, green landscape, including extremely rare roses. After a relaxing stroll through the gardens enjoy a wel-l earned lunch at the delightful la Table du Jardinier restaurant.
      • Nearest airport: Oostende (OST) at 85 km
      • Second nearest airport: Lille (LIL) at 90 km
      • Third nearest airport: Charleroi (CRL) at 200 km
      • Train station: 11 km
      • Bus station: 3 km
      • Area: flat and wooded
      • Nearest city/village: 2 km
      • Nearest sea: at 2 km from the Atlantic Ocean
      • Supermarket: 10 km

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