If you are looking for a 'base camp' where you can eat, sleep, clean yourself up, in this area, look no further. We had a small 5 person Bungalow for 2 adults a 15 year old and 2 kids (7 and 4). We stayed for eleven nights at just under a 1000 € ... in the second part of jully. The Bungalow was clean, and had no problems, the fridge worked ok and the freezer managed to freeze my wine. Every equipement was working fine and didn't look old or worn. Bed's and furniture where OK and sturdy enough. If you don't wan't to leave the camping, you don't need to, there is a laundrymat, shops, restaurants, water slides, playgardens, and there is a even transport to the beach (it's a good walk to the water, the beach has to be 500 m wide). Around the camping there are also many activities so if you get bored it's because you want to be :p. Most people are french, and the camping has this loose southern atmosphere, it keeps cerain people away, what I liked. But I do imagine if you like a super clean, silent, camp site you won't like this one. Every night there is a party, but the camping get's silent around midnight, fine by me. The camp site has guards on every entry and you do need a pass to get in. A little awkward at the start, but they keep a low profile and it gives a sence of security. I wasn't worried to leave stuff in the bungalow when we left and went out for the complete day for our trips. There is wifi on the camping but it isn't free and the connection is rather bad on most places, that would be the only real negative point. I do want to mention that at the reception we where warned about this and adviced not to pay but rather just come to the reception and use their free wifi when needed.
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