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Reviewed 30 September 2012

We booked with Eurocamp at the end of September 2012 for 10 days and left with mixed feelings about this place after 5 days, cutting our stay short. On one hand, it's a great holiday accommodation with a nice sandy beach, swimming pools, shops & restaurants, activities etc right on site. Everything was very well set up, staff were generally friendly and we didn't notice much about high prices at shops/restaurants that other people had commented. The bakery was very nice, as also frequently commented in reviews.

What we were not very happy about:(1) the 3-bed room type with deck we stayed was well stocked and tidy enough, but perhaps because it was almost at the end of the season, everything looked and felt a little tired and unclean. It was felt that they were not giving really a good cleaning out every time a guest checked out (The rubbish bin outside at our unit was almost full at the point of our arrival). The bed rail for our 2.5 year old didn't fit any of the bed in the unit, the shower head was broken, some of the light bulbs didn't work (to their credit, the Eurocamp reps were very pleasant and swift about rectifying these problems, except for the bed rail, which they didn't have any that would fit). (2) mosquitoes - by the time we got there there were not that many, but still we didn't feel relaxed hanging out in the deck in the late afternoons and evenings, and spent most of the evenings locked up in the unit.
We felt that the place would be wonderful if you travel there by car, loaded with your daily essentials (we flew so could not take as much stuff as we would have liked), and you want a holiday on economy for a large family.
Other points of note: the bike trip we joined one morning, organized by the resort, 20km from 10 am for 2 hours, was fantastic. We also enjoyed day trips to nearby villages and towns. Super markets nearby (Super-U and Carrefour) open half day (AM) on Sundays. Our son enjoyed the fair rides and go karts very, very much. He still talks about it.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank mochabert
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

Having never been on a holiday like this before it is fair to say that I was a little apprehensive, my wife and I along with our 18 month old travelled from Manchester to Bezier then got a taxi to the site €62 return. We only stayed for a week so decided against having a car which worked out fine as there was plenty to do in that time.
Upon arrival we noticed a vast amount of mosquitoes, neither my wife and I normally get bit but over the next 36 hours we both git bit 25 times each, fortunately and I have no idea why our daughter did not get bit once, which we were obviously quite pleased about, having arrived on the Monday late afternoon the Tuesday we had to spend on the beach to avoid said mosquitoes but by Wednesday the temperature and breeze go up slightly and they seemed to reduce in number significantly making it more than bearable with us both getting hardly any more bites!
Having read previous reports about the onsite shop being expensive (which it is) we did a “big shop” at the Hyper U (3 miles away) which set us up for the week and believe saved us a small fortune, I still went each to the excellent bakery every morning (you must try the croque monsieur) and we got essentials (fresh salad etc) from the shop, we did not use either the butcher or fish monger so could not comment. We did eat one night at the restaurant which was €25 per person for a three course meal, as we had a toddler that was not an option so had two courses each and baby had something from the children menu, food ordered came in literally 2 minutes and was average, a lot of people said how good they thought it was, personally I thought it was average, although the surroundings are very pleasant indeed and quite expensive giving we only had one bottle of wine €80 and the food was OK.
There is so much for the children to do keeping them more than entertained, the beach is excellent as is the pool area, days were spent going up and down the slides, finding shells or digging sand castles on the beach, the many onsite children park areas offered further entertainment as well as the carousel in the evening time. There is a “kiddies” disco most evenings at 19:00 which went down a treat as well as bouncy castle which again proved popular.
I believe that the evening entertainment was good although we did not sample it, all this is set in a really well decorated and very pleasant bar and restaurant area which includes an inside pool and TV area.
Some of the opening and shutting times are a little strange with the bar only being open from 17:00 and pool closing at 18:00 but you soon get used to that.
Accommodation was perfectly fine, we had a three bed horizon which offered enough for just the three of us, there is little storage (if any) I would not have liked another family in with us it would be VERY tight. Everything worked well and was clean enough.
Not sure how I would have felt in school holiday time as we went on the 10th Sept and it was apparently the low season and yet we still cued for 10 min in the morning for the bakery, I think the pool area would be quite unpleasant when very busy, that said the beach is huge.
In short I was impressed, it was a great relaxing break and we will certainly go to another Eurocamp next year!

Room Tip: Ensure you get a home with decking!
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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Thank CraigAManchester
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

We stayed with Eurocamp from 8-18 September 2012 and had a great trip. Having never stayed in a place like this I was a little apprehensive, but it was fantastic. It was myself, my husband and our 17m old son.

Accommodation
3 stayed in a 3 bedroom 'Horizon' with a deck. We booked a gate so that we could keep our son securely in, and they didn't have any gates that fitted, and gave us an oversized one instead. Luckily we had a bungy cord with us so we were able to use the big gate with only a little inconvenience. The place was clean and well laid-out. There were a couple of minuses - such as Eurocamp provide 4 pillows for the double bed, but only provide 2 pillowcases when you hire bedlinen for the double. There are no hygiene covers on the pillows and they smelt musty, which wasn't great. The bed was surprisingly comfy, despite a rather ear-piercing squeak! They don't provide a bathmat, so we ended up ordering extra bedlinen and towels and using one as a bathmat - I'd recommend taking your own. Everything was fairly toddler-friendly, except the oven is at toddler-height, so that needs guarding when in use. The fire isn't toddler-friendly but we didn't need to use that. The shower was fine with good water pressure (could do with a shower head that fired in one direction to avoid soaking the bathroom), over a little half-bath arrangement which was fine for our toddler.

Outside
The decking area was fine, and there's also a little grassed area (not secure) which was pretty unkempt, but as we only used the deck this didn't bother us. The major problem was mosquitos - there was a plague while we were there for 2-3 days where you couldnt have the doors open or be outside even in daytime (other than right on the beach) - walking around the campsite you could see everyone swatting mozzies and covered in bites. The shop only sold one type of citronella spray and had sold out of all other repellants and remedies. If we go back we'll go with lots of anti-mozzie products so we're prepared, as even when the 'plague' was over, there were still lots around.

Service
The Eurocamp couriers were great - we called them twice, once when our gas ran out, they were there within 10 minutes to change the cannister. The second time the tap had broken on the shower and hot water was pouring out of the wall, and the courier arrived within 15 minutes, checked it out, then went looking in empty mobile homes for matching taps, found one, came back and fixed it himself - all with the minimum of fuss, which was much appreciated.

The pool
The pool area was really good (mozzies excepted!) and our toddler had great fun going down the slide with Dad and splashing about in the toddler and main pools. As others have said, the tiles are hopelessly slippery and our son really smacked the back of his head when he got away from dad. Even being aware of the problem this is a bit of a nightmare as you have to hold their reluctant little hands instead of letting them explore themselves.

Around the site
The bakery was really good, and the shop was pretty well stocked (though expensive). We used the butchers once and that was OK, the fishmonger's stock didn't look great so we didn't bother. Serignan is worth a trip as the butchers we found there was very good. There are some nice cafes in Serignan too. We only tried the take-away on-site once and had some very mediocre pizza, so we didn't bother again. There is lots on-site for the kids to do - our son enjoyed the carousel each afternoon when we came off the beach, and the under-5's playground. The bouncy castle was a nice diversion for him on the croissant-buying trips in the mornings too.

The beach
The beach is lovely - wide and sandy with lots of shells to collect. The beach cafe was shut when we were there as it was out of the main season.

Overall, the site was fantastic with lots to offer families with small children and I think we'll be booking again for next year.

Room Tip: There's not much storage space even in the 3 bedroom Horizon - for a couple and a toddler we were glad of the extra 'spare' bedroom to stow our bags and clothes etc.
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1  Thank beth-and-willl
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Reviewed 14 September 2012

We've just returned from a wonderful two week break at Serignan Plage, and found it exceeded expectations. We stayed with Eurocamp in a three bed mobile, just out of the main season with a 2 year old in tow...

The site:
Location - great site, large enough for a good atmosphere, but compact enough so you don't have to treck to the amenities.
Pool - good size, but could be even larger. Focuses on children, which is fine of course, but not much space for mum or dad to have a swim. Tiles are slippy, so beware... Looks great, as it's lagoon style with fun slides, but the surrounding grass can get a bit muddy, which isn't so good. Bike hire is also here, and not unreasonable at 9E per day, less for longer periods. There is also an indoor pool, which isn't that big, but ideal for toddlers. It's reserved for parents and children between 8am and 10am, and 5pm to 8pm. Unusual for a French campsite to have a pool open that early, and welcomed.
Bar - nice feature room, with access to the indoor pool area, this also doubles up for some of the entertainment. They show major live sporting events, prices are about 3E per beer, or 5.60E for a pint. There is a rooftop terrace to sit at if you'd prefer.
Restaurant - serves lovely food and has a 3 course menu for about 25E. Priced about as you'd expect...
Take-away - Usual fare, pizzas, etc, but really good! Go with the Italliene or Espagnol, and you won't go far wrong.
Shop - expensive, but stocks all of the essentials. There is a great Hyper U supermarket about 2 miles up the road which is worth going to for the main shop.
Bakery - great croissants and baguettes, but be prepared to wait for 10 minutes or so in the morning, as it's very popular. Baguettes are 1E.
Beach - just a couple of minutes walk from the middle of the site, and it's lovely. Naturist beach is adjacent, but unobtrusive if that's a concern. Beach is wide, clean, and has showers at the entry / exit to get rid of that pesky sand!
Balneo - this is an adults-only pool in a nice setting with music and a kind of spa feel. It's naturist from 9am to 1pm, then swimwear after that.
Also - there is a butcher ( didn't use) and a fishmonger ( didn't use). The fishmonger sells a hot take-away meal every night. Rest assured that EVERY night they advertised "Ce Soir - Paella"! We didn't have it, but it looked nice...
Entertainment - comprehensive, but didn't see much of it due to afore-mentioned two year-old. Did see the rather good Edith Piaf tribute though! The 'stage' area seemed packed every night for whatever was on. Otherwise, there's a kids disco on the beach or in the 'patio' area every night before the main entertainment starts. There are 4 or 5 play parks for little ones around the site, one near the pool has a snack bar next to it, and the one in the centre has a creperie. There was a circus adjacent to the main site for two nights each week we were there, but we didn't go along. I'm sure it's fine, but not been impressed by these kind of things in France before.
WiFi is available, two weeks costs 30E. It's not too bad a price if you want to use it (compared with other sites)
Frustratingly, all of the shops / bar close for 4 to 5 hours every afternoon, which although quintessentially French, is frustrating on a multinational site when you just want some bread at one o'clock.
Out and about - Carcassonne is an hour away, and Montpellier about 45 minutes (zoo and a great aquarium). We also went to Beziers (not great - good shopping centre though called Polygone if that's your thing), and Mini Ferme Zoo, about half an hour away and great if petting goats and pigs is what your kids want to do!
Getting there - obviously you can drive, but in case it's of any consideration, I drove and took all of the luggage, and my wife and daughter flew, just with hand baggage into Carcassonne. It worked really well, and I know Ryanair also fly into Beziers airport too, which is even closer.
Eurocamp - didn't see much of the reps, but that's no complaint. The mobile was definitely an older model, but it was clean and had air con, so no complains there either. I think the Balneo area has a little more space than others if you can choose. Is a bit disappointing that the toddlers club closes after school holidays, because the site was absolutely full of toddlers when the main hols end.
Finally - after a week remarkable for the lack of insects, we had a bit of a mosquito invasion for the final few days. Apparently it happens from time to time, last a few days, then they go again. I wouldn't let it put you off, but it was a bit of a bind for a while. Fortunately mum and dad presented tastier targets than th little one, so she didn't suffer at all. The site was nice and quiet overnight, we slept well and got to know our (mainly German and Dutch) neighbours. Recommended.

Room Tip: Balneo area pitches seem to have more room
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2  Thank mollypolly1
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Reviewed 14 September 2012

We flew to Carcassonne and met up with family who had driven down. We knew roughly what to expect has we had stayed there 3 years ago. Nothing much has changed, but this time we went in September instead of July and it was much less noisy with very few kids of school age.
We booked with Alfresco and our caravan was beginning to look a bit old and grubby although it was clean and everything worked. ( It did take ages to lock the door if we went out, and although we asked for, we were never given a second set of keys). We tended to use the onsite shops for the little things we had forgotten and of course the fresh bread from the bakery twice a day. Most shopping was done in Carrefour - 5 miles away or roadside vendors. Only ate on site once at the central restauarant- a bit pricey at 150 Euros but that did include 4 bottles of wine for the 4 of us. Found a lovely red wine in the supermarket- 8 Euros for 5 litres- couldn't believe how good it was! Still a good spot for a cheap family holiday, especially iof you are lucky and get a site away from the main thoroughfares or entertainments.
Ideal for beach/pool lovers but not a lot else to do in the immediate vicinity.

Room Tip: If you can get away from the main traffic thru the site or noisy food/entermainment spots.
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Thank BobDrysdale
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