Best Summer Camps France
Sea & Island Adventure Camp
This unique camp blends in exploration, bonding and leadership to offer students the experience of a lifetime, as they embark on a 2-week journey sailing around the coast of Corsica with a small group of likeminded youngsters aboard 50 foot modern yachts.
The focus of the programme is on the multitude of activities – taking place in the mountains, on shore and at sea. Sailing is done by the experienced captains and crew, assisted by students. Students will develop essential leadership skills like goal setting, time management, optimisation and conflict resolution through exciting activities, such as coasteering, windsurfing, rock climbing, kayaking and horseback riding, to name but a few.
The camp operates in very small groups per vessel, which gives students the opportunity to form friendships to last them a lifetime while reducing the chance of covid infections to practically zero.
Megève International Language Camps
Megève ILC is a language camp focused on learning English and French located in Haute-Savoie, in the heart of the Alpine mountains. Megeve ILC offers several summer programs to students aged 7 to 17 from different countries. There are three different programmes to choose from: Fun (6-9 yrs), Adrenaline (10-13 yrs) and Mont-Blanc (14-17 yrs) which can be joined for 1 up to 5 weeks as a residential or day camp. Students participate in 15 hours of language classes per week, delivered by professional teachers in groups of maximum 8 students.
TASIS Les Tapies Summer Camp
The summer camp is located in Northern Provence in the south of France, in the small, picturesque, XVII century village of Le Tapi. The camp has a strong focus on creativity and fine arts and encourages the development of communication skills among its multicultural high-school campers. The main arts-focused programme is complemented with elective courses, sports, excursions and leisure time activities like hiking, swimming, games or barbecues. The programme runs for 3 weeks and is for students aged 13 to 18.
Active Travel Camp
The Active Travel Camp summer programme is a 3-week holiday for 11-16 year olds with activities in the mountains, rivers and the seas of France. Activities include glacier walking and mountain biking in the Alps, canoeing, canyoning and sailing in the Mediterranean. There are also curriculum catch-up classes and English language classes which come at an extra charge. There are maximum 50 participants per summer session.
Ecole des Roches Language Camp
Located a little more than 100 km from Paris, the Roche School welcomes children and teenagers for summer and winter courses. It offers highly academic French language preparations from qualified, native teachers, who accompany children to extracurricular activities, excursions. Campers can choose between the Summer Holidays & French programme (7-18 years) or the French & Tennis one (12-18 years), both of which run for 2 or more weeks.
Action Kids Camp
Located in Valbonne in Southern France, Action Kid Camp is focused on providing classroom-style English and French language lessons with native/qualified teachers combined with an active programme of sports, arts or both. There are several residential and day programmes to choose from depending on the student’s age as well as six different themed weeks, such as Celebrities, Sustainability or Around the world.
Lines Valbonne Summer Camp
The Lines Valbonne summer camp organizes French summer camps with a fairly high intensity of classes of 32 lessons per week. Additionally, students can participate in sports such as swimming and tennis, on-campus events such as bowling, quizzes and competitions, joint film screenings or karaoke evening or go on trips to nearby cities. Lines Valbonne welcomes campers aged 10-15 and offers comfortable residences separate for boys and girls as well as around the clock security.
Centre International d’Antibes Summer Camps
Centre International d’Antibes is a well-established language school organising summer camps in various locations, including Biarritz, Nice and Megeve. Each location offers slightly different programmes students can choose from depending on their age. Students can be accommodated on the campuses or at host families. The mornings are spent on French language classes, while the afternoons are dedicated to sports and the evening to games, shows and other events. Students also join on occasional excursions.
Village Camps Ardèche
Village Camps summer camp is located in the department of Ardèche in the south of France, on the shore of the river of the same name, surrounded by green hills and clear mountain rivers. The camp is a stationary tent city offering children and teenagers comfortable, well-furnished accommodation and a programme focused on outdoors and recreational activities, French language classes, sports and trips to the nearby highlights. On the campus students can play football, table tennis, volleyball, badminton and go swimming or kayaking.