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Reviewed 20 January 2014

We have just booked our 4th holiday here. Having now camped here twice and then once in one of their statics.
The site has always had something improved or added every time we visit. Owned and ran by English, don't let this put you off, this is not Blackpool meets St.Tropez!
The whole site is tidy and clean. The swimming pool isn't the biggest, but always seem fine to be around with the staff putting on some kind of games a couple of times a day. Just remember your speedo's or tight trunks as no shorts allowed in the pool. A lifeguard always supervises things, we've never had worries with our kids in or around the pool.
Outside the pool is a fantastic bar and restaurant area. Very very family friendly, serving anything from takeaway pizza to a local fish dish.
When choosing a pitch, ask to be away from the road, as this gets busy during the daytime. If camping, be a little prepared for a dusty pitch by August. We always put a big mat outside the tent to try and stop dust being trodden in.
The area itself is lovely but the traffic is chaos during the peak season, so don't expect to drive anywhere quick. Great cycle paths, bus or boat links.
To sum it up; a fantastic clean, safe and modern family site. Not rolling green grass countryside, but a great location all the same.

Room Tip: ask to be away from the road
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Jamessalmon
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Reviewed 31 August 2013

We stayed here during our honeymoon trip in one of the Grand lux plus pitches for our campervan. The campsite is very clean and well maintained and is very well placed for Port Grimaud and trips to St Tropez. There is a huge supermarket a short drive away or a 20min walk.

The onsite shop is okay and fresh products are baked in the morning although a few of the shelved English products are sailing close to the sell by date.

The pool looks very nice but during July and August they charge 14 euros per day for a sun lounger, they neglected to tell us this when we booked and when we asked about the cost in the reception we received very poor customer service from by who I can only assume was the owner telling us how they cost 50,000 euro and how he'd been on £20000 holidays where you struggled for space round the pool, but I'm sure it wasn't space between the loungers which around 80% remained unused during our stay and would of been free to use at any hotel.

But it's a good location and the local beaches are good and about 15 min walk away. Taxi's are few and far between and in high season good planning is definitely required if you plan to use any local transport to St Tropez.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Richard M
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Reviewed 23 July 2013

This was the first time in many years that we had been camping, other than the odd uncomfortable night in a tent. As we were in one of the very well appointed caravans, it seems be stretching the definition of camping - it was glamping at worst.

We booked through Canvas Holidays, who seemed to be far cheaper than Key Camp or EuroCamp, but whose caravans were just as good. We also had the services of their reps, Terry and Diane, who were excellent.

The caravan was well fitted out and had most of the necessary kitchen equipment. Everything worked, and the air conditioning was very effective. If we have a criticism, it was that the mattresses were a little firm, and this caused some problems for one member of the family who has a bad back.

The camp site is well set out and the hedges provide some privacy when you are sunbathing or eating outside. Parking on some plots, including ours, is a little tight, but there is ample general parking if you don't mind unloading and then parking a short walk away. We were happy to do so rather than wriggle our chunky family car in and out of its allotted space. The narrow site roads were greatly enjoyed by cyclists, most of them children and teenagers.

Camp site facilities include a sports area, a pool (with strict rules - find out what they are before you go!), a bar/restaurant and a small shop which sells fresh bread, croissants etc through the morning at least. There is also a laundry - min wash price 5 euros including detergent - and a car jet wash.

The staff, a mixture of French and English, are friendly and helpful.

Looking outside the camp, there is a horrendously busy coastal road which you have to use for access, carrying traffic between Ste Maxime and St Tropez. It has a poor accident record and we witnessed the aftermath of a serious accident right outside the camp site gate. Having said this, the site itself is very quiet and you could be forgiven for forgetting that the road is there. Across the road, which you cross with care, is a well used cycle and footpath which you can follow to pretty Port Grimaud or beyond.

Along the cyclepath/road to the south is the Geant Casino supermarket - don't be fooled by the name, it is a supermarket and a good one. We were advised that this was the best place to shop and bought most of our food and wine there. Within its curtilage is a pharmacy and a petrol station, though we found the fuel slightly cheaper in another petrol station across the road from the Geant exit.

We didn't eat out much but had pleasant experiences of the campsite restaurant and a pizzeria in Port Grimaud. There is also a busy beach bar/restaurant in front of the Best Holiday Les Prairies site, just along the Quai des Fosses past the northern gateways to Port Grimaud. Unlike most beach bars, this offers remarkably good value as well as a pleasing seafront location.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank MSandB
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