When planning your camping vacation, choosing the right type of accommodation is essential to ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Among the most popular options are bungalows and mobile homes. But what is the difference between these two types?

Architectural differences

Outdoor garden with deck chair and dining area under pergola | Interlude The Villa Sunêlia | Island of Re

The architectural differences between a bungalow and a mobile home are notable. The bungalow, often built on site, has a more permanent and sturdy structure, with walls made of wood or similar materials. On the other hand, the mobile home is manufactured in the factory and transported to its location in the campsite. This difference in design means that mobile homes are generally lighter and can be moved if necessary, unlike bungalows.

At the Sunêlia Interlude campsite in Bois-Plage-en-Ré, the mobile homes are installed on well-designed pitches to maximize space and comfort, allowing holidaymakers to enjoy a pleasant stay.

The choice between a bungalow and a mobile home depends mainly on your preferences in terms of comfort, type of accommodation and the nature of your stay. If you stay at the Sunêlia Interlude campsite in Bois-Plage-en-Ré, you will enjoy the modern advantages of mobile homes, ensuring you have a memorable vacation in the heart of the Île de Ré.