The Château de Versailles, the ideal destination for your holiday
Just a few minutes from Paris, the Château de Versailles is worthy of the most extravagant of fairy tales. You’ll need to pinch yourself to be sure you’re not dreaming, as your visit to the royal estate leads you from the famous gardens designed by Le Nôtre, to the King’s and Queen’s State Apartments , the Hall of Mirrors, the Trianon Estate... And since you really need two days to appreciate Versailles in all its grandeur, your Sandaya campsite is perfectly situated, only a few minutes away!
In a tent, mobile home, caravan or even a cabin perched on high, treat yourself to a truly comfortable stay on a tree-planted campsite that seems to have brought the countryside into the city. Heated swimming pools, multisports ground, playgrounds... everything is here to ensure that you enjoy the good life right on the doorstep of Paris!
Visit the Château de Versailles with the family
For kids, Versailles is a source of endless wonder! And the château has pulled out all the stops to make each day even more exciting for its young visitors: games, apps, themed workshops, your young campers will have plenty of fun as they discover the estate.
All year round, you and the family can join in a host of entertaining activities organised at the weekends and during school holidays. The youngsters can find out even more thanks to the games booklets filled with questions, puzzles, brain-teasers and riddles for a different way to discover Versailles! These will lead the children, for example, on the trail of the Coach Gallery near the Great Stables, a magical spot where they can live out their dreams of princes and princesses.
Visit the Château de Versailles as a couple
Romantic by nature, the Château de Versailles never fails to enchant! Visiting as a couple means being able to spend as much time as you like in your favourite rooms: the King’s State Apartments and their succession of seven rooms, the 120 metre-long Gallery of Great Battles, the Hall of Mirrors with its 357 mirrors...
Indissociable from the château, don’t miss a stroll through the gardens of Versailles. In the summer, breathe in the heady perfume of the scented varieties in the Orangery and admire the 221 sculptures that decorate the alleys, before continuing on to the Trianon estate that Marie-Antoinette so loved. We guarantee that you’ll return to your campsite with stars in your eyes, ready for the delicious dinner that awaits you on the terrace and a truly beautiful end to the day.
Camping Château de Versailles: our handy tips for a successful stay
To avoid the worst of the crowds, begin your visit as soon as the château opens at 9am!
Start by visiting the Historic Gallery that sets out the way Versailles evolved down the centuries.
Find your way around the 2,300 rooms of the château thanks to the official app and its interactive map!
Together with the family, watch a performance by the National Equestrian Academy of Versailles that combines fencing, dance and song...