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Camping du Pylone
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

I've been coming here since I was little and still love each trip. I usually stay in caravans but have camped for a few weeks last year too.
Pro's - Constant staff presence makes you feel safe, pizzeria is excellent, they clean the shower blocks often, they've had some great bands playing as night entertainment, the office keep stuff safe for you, gate staff are always happy to help and multilingual, great location for beaches and buses etc, the onsite supermarket has a good selection and Intermarche is only a half hours walk away, pool is free from 1st Sept, there are places to park your bike, leaflets and book swap at reception, always have camping spot available due to the camps size.
Con's - Supermarket staff are not always as attentive as they should be, sometimes it can get noisy at night if you're staying near the bar area, drinks are kinda expensive, WiFi is temperamental, pool expensive in peak season.
Also to note - People have mentioned the lifeguards being overly rule conscious but I can assure you as a trained lifeguard and swimming instructor it's all for a reason! When the lifeguards were not present from Sept 1st I couldn't sit by the pool and relax while children were running and diving into shallow water.
The site is very much equipped for the English during the height of summer, there's an English section in the supermarket with Heinz beans and Scottish shortcake etc, the souvenir shop is open and all the staff start with English unless they know you're French. This all isn't necessarily bad just something to think about if you want to immerse yourself in French living while you're down here.

If you are wanting a camping/caravan/brits abroad holiday atmosphere come in the height of summer... If you want a quieter holiday when the kids are back at school and it's mainly French visitors and caravan owners left, come before or after high season.

Overall I've found my stays at Pylone to be great holidays.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank G-Mercedes
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

We have just returned from Camping du Pylone and cant really praise it enough. We hired a caravan from http://www.holidayriviera.co.uk and must say both Anne and Harvey were great. He picked us up from the airport and drove us to the site where were introduced to our home for two weeks. Clean, Tidy and very welcoming ( They even lent me a bike to get around the camp)

The camp is tidy and has all the things you need. The pizzeria is amazing, the on site resturant was very good and reasonable 16 euros for a 3 course meal, The on site supermarket had everything you needed and was not over priced. The bakery was just wow! Fresh bread everyday!

The staff onsite were very helpful in helping find things to do so overall was great.

The location is amazing! We got on the train to cannes, antibes, monacco, and Italty and the beach is a 5-10 min walk. Yes you do have to cross a busy road, but if you are normal andknow the green cross code even in france it is ok.

We even charted a boat for the day from a guy called Kevin, what a day!!!!!! Well worth the money and everyone knows him so you just have to ask about it...and yes it is called KEVINS BOAT !!!

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  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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17  Thank robchants
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Reviewed 19 September 2012

In response to some of the negative comments, I as a van owner, would like to put my side of the argument across, I think the term "change" hits the nail directly on the head.
For far too long the so called part time reps, who seem to think they can do there job from the bar, need to go, the pool boys! Who as said before, need customer care training, need to go.
For far to long the so called multi van owners, who seem to spend most of the money they scam off people, again in the bar, need to realise its time to move on, let's see more independent one van owners take there place.
Safety should take priority, and all customers must feel safe, gas checks compulsory ! Electricity checks, never heard of them ! How can so many rules regarding who comes on the site, be in force, when common sense safety checks don't even take place.
Now for the positives, thankfully I am with the best management team on Pylone, they know who they are, Christian and his team need medals for the hard, tiring work they do over the summer, the shop, the bakery absolutely excellent, the resteraunt food and service first class, the ground staff, first class.
Please do not be put off coming to Pylone, if you don't like something, complain complain and complain, especially to Madame, sooner or later she will realise, that Change will have to happen,,,, Fast

Stayed: May 2012
15  Thank Sandy B
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Reviewed 15 September 2012

We have visited Camping du Pylone at least six times in the past and have had lovely, relaxing enjoyable holidays as a couple and also with our family and grandchildren. We have had no complaints. However, I do feel standards on the site are definitely dropping.
Immediately we entered the caravan we were informed by the family opposite to close all windows and make sure the door was locked of a night as there had been an outbreak of burglaries recently with one holidaymaker waking and finding an intruder in the caravan. Also, there is a notice at the entrance to the site warning you to beware of bag snatchers.
Our holiday was completely spoiled by a family of obscene, foul mouthed Cockneys next door. None of them seemed capable of speaking to each other without shouting at the top of their voices and had no regard for anybody else in the immediate proximity. Their television was left on in the daytime with the door left open and blaring. Washing was strewn all over the flags outside the caravan as were blankets for their baby to sit on, held down by pans of water. I always understood that noise would be dealt with by Security but although we complained this was completely ignored.
There was no entertainment on most nights and on the few evenings there was entertainment it was abysmal.
Our caravan though clean was dingy, old and shabby although we paid top price for it for this time of year.
We certainly will not be visiting this site again and Madame should get her act together regarding security and dealing with noisy holidaymakers as we spoke to quite a few people who felt the same way.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank twirliemo
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Reviewed 10 September 2012

I have just returned from a fabulous 2 weeks at Camp du Pylone. We hired a mobile home from Mick & Lorraine. The mobile was fantastic, well equipt with fridge freezer, large shower and 2 comfortable bed rooms. I would highly reccomend. Very safe camp with great restaurant run by Christain & Jo at very reasonable prices.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank Carole T
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