Buren and Amstel Avocats advised Vacansoleil on the deal, while Altana and PwC Tax & Legal advised Vacanceselect.
Vacansoleil completed the sale of three French Iris Parc campsites (real property and operations) to Vacanceselect for a purchase price of EUR 23 million.
Vacansoleil previously sold 2 other campsites. With the sale of all own campsites, Vacansoleil focuses on its own tour operator activities. Vacansoleil has been active in the tour operating branch for more than 50 years and in this sense returns to its roots: organizing and selling luxury camping holidays.
Iris Parc is the Vacansoleil camping chain and part of the Vacansoleil group. Vacansoleil is the European market leader in camping holidays.
Buren advised Vacansoleil on all Dutch legal aspects of the sale. The Buren team included Martijn Vermeeren (Picture), Stefan van Wijk, Coen van der Mark.
Amstel Avocats advised Vacansoleil with a team composed of Grietje Van De Wiel.
Altana advised Vacanceselect with a team composed of Bruno Nogueiro, Arthur Boutemy, Eléonore Vuchet-Bondet.
PwC Tax & Legal advised Vacanceselect with a team composed of Charlotte de Beco, Aurélie Cluzel d’Andlau, Jean-Philippe Brillet and Stanislas Bocquet, Amélie Vanpeene.
Involved fees earner: Arthur Boutemy – Altana; Bruno Nogueiro – Altana; Eléonore Vucher-Bondet – Altana; Grietje van de Wiel – Amstel & Seine Avocats; Coen van der Mark – Buren; Stefan van Wijk – Buren; Martijn Vermeeren – Buren; Stanislas Bocquet – PwC Tax & Legal; Jean-Philippe Brillet – PwC Tax & Legal; Aurélie Cluzel d’Andlau – PwC Tax & Legal; Charlotte de Beco – PwC Tax & Legal; Amélie Vanpeene – PwC Tax & Legal;