Camping on TF1: does the famous Camping des Flots Bleus really exist?  – Cinema news

Camping on TF1: does the famous Camping des Flots Bleus really exist? – Cinema news

While the cult comedy “Camping” is broadcast this Sunday evening on TF1, we answer a question that you may be asking yourself: does the famous Camping des Flots Bleus occupied by Patrick, Sophie, Jacky and the others exist? really ?

Camping des Flots Bleus is this festive and friendly place where Patrick Chirac, the Gatineaus, Jacky and all the other friendly holidaymakers in the Camping trilogy spend part of the summer. While the first part is broadcast this Sunday evening on TF1, we answer a question that you may be asking yourself: does this famous Camping des Flots Bleus really exist or was it specially designed for the needs of those very popular comedies?

The answer is YES: Camping des Flots Bleus does indeed exist! It is in fact the Campsite of the Dune, a three-star establishment located at the foot of the Grand Dune du Pilat, the largest dune in Europe. This meeting place for campers and nature lovers is located in the Arcachon basin, in the Gironde department (New Aquitaine region), and more precisely in the seaside resort of Pyla-sur-Mer, on the departmental road D218 linking Arcachon to Biscarosse.

If you want to walk in the footsteps of Franck Dubosc, Gérard Lanvin, Mathilde Seigner, Antoine Duléry, Claude Brasseur, Mylène Demongeot and the others, it is therefore possible by taking the direction of the Atlantic Ocean and reserving a few days at the Campsite de la Dune, to which is attached the mention Les Flots Bleus in reference to the trilogy by Fabien Onteniente. You too could have an aperitif like Jacky, and why not at his emblematic location 17!

You can find it on the official website of Camping de la Dune alias les Flots Bleus an entire page devoted to the filming of the Camping trilogy. The opportunity to discover many behind-the-scenes shots as well as a video featuring Franck Dubosc as Patrick Chirac.

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