The big names
Club Med, Siblu, VVF, Peter and holidays, Marmara, Belambra, WF ... all these signs offer stays with family-friendly activities and all-inclusive. The holiday villages are not surprising for the originality of their destinations. Whether in the countryside, the sea or the mountains, only the sound values that appeal to as many people have been identified (Côte d'Azur, Brittany, Atlantic, Alpine etc.).. Club Med has still managed to complete its offer with family destinations prestigious Marrakech, Maldives, Djerba ... The Pierre & Vacances Group, meanwhile, offers a wide range of destinations in France, Spain and Italy.
The association offers
Less known and more affordable, the National Union of Associations of tourism and outdoor groups together 25 associations of tourism non-profit. It has set up his own record label wants to promote quality and the initial values of resort: holiday for all, sharing, conviviality and sustainable development. Room, apartment or bungalow, you can choose from a catalog of 450 French destinations. The price / quality ratio is particularly interesting.
An array of activities
The holiday resorts all offer a large range of leisure activities on their premises or as part of excursions. Athletes can practice mountain biking, archery, tennis, swimming, windsurfing, horseback riding, skiing ... If you prefer a cultural holiday, enjoy the discovery of the surrounding heritage, storytelling evenings or workshops gastronomy ... Some villages are especially suitable for families. Teams of trained facilitators supervise and organize activities for children according to age: baby club, kids club, teen internships.
A controlled budget
You will not have to worry about anything, everything is included in the price: recreation, accommodation, food if all inclusive. There are no hidden fees, avoiding families with a tight budget surprises. No more pasta in September to pay taxes. Note, some resort associative accept holiday vouchers, holiday vouchers from CAF and practice for some reductions based on family income.