Campsite Le Trivoly
Let yourself be lulled by the calm of the Trivoly campsite, located 2 km away from Toreilles, a small village of typical Catalan character. Very near the sea, this Toreilles destination will immerse you into a warm and sunny atmosphere that guarantees an enjoyable holiday experience for the whole family…
Close to unspoiled beaches, you will have the opportunity to practice many water sports with the family. For water sport enthusiasts and thrill seekers alike, Toreilles has France’s largest «water-jump». Fun guaranteed !
Created in 1987, the campsite has been part of the Chadotel family for about 15 years. Since then the campsite facilities have been either built or renovated. In 2019, a brand-new restaurant opened its doors and it brings a new dynamic to the campsite.
on the campsite
500 m from the shops
18 km from Perpignan train station
Camping Le Trivoly
Boulevard des Plages
Contact the campsite
800 m away, beach supervised in July/ August (dogs allowed)
Heated outdoor swimming pool from May to September (+/- 25°C), 3 slides, lagoon with water games
5-12 years old
Playground, multi-sports ground, ping-pong, zip line, pétanque
On site services
Bar/restaurant, snack bar, shop, bread depot
From the campsite - bike rental
TV/Wifi (1st free connection)
Animals 1 single animal of <20kg (except 1st and 2nd category dogs)
Wheelchair access + Wheelchair accessible mobile home
216 mobile homes & 57 pitches
300 M² SWIMMING POOL
The fully landscaped aquatic area at camping Trivoly will make the swimmers happy with its heated swimming pool and relax, on the solarium.
Young and old will have fun on the 3 slides and in the lagoon with its crocodile, frog and other water games !
Torreilles, your holiday destination
To see surroundings
Go at the Catalan markets.
Between the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees, this destination offers you sandy beaches, rocky coves, fishing ports, marinas... For diving fans do not miss the wrecks such as (L'Alice Robert, l'Astrée, le Saumur, le Pythéas, Le Saint-Lucien, the José Illueca, but also le Trinidad and the Bristol Blenheim...).