If you rent a car make sure it has good wheels as the roads are pretty awful in parts and there are some big potholes, also signs are a bit of rarity once you get north make sure you have GPS or know exactly how to get there, though the locals were happy to give directions. We arrived at about four to be told they didn't have our reservation but the staff are very friendly and managed to get us a bed. this is a campsite but the cabins have comfortable beds - not every room had a fridge. The evening meal was a bit of a let down, first night was a fish stew that we struggled with - the boys from Marseilles finished it for us, next night a Venison spit roast which was an improvement. Lunch was the highlight, sublime crab. Beach is very long and hardly anyone about, nice and sandy and we certainly found it to be very swimmable. It is what it is and the staff are all very cheerful and friendly, the rooms are very clean, beds are comfortable and the beer cold. We were treated to a sing song one night and the local liqueur, which when set alight burns for quite some time!!