We stayed for 1 week in August in a 4-person Soleo Privilege cabin. The cabins are tightly packed together, as you'd expect, but were surprisingly private. We were not overlooked and really only saw other people on their decks. Our cabin was air-conditioned which was very welcome, but would have liked a/c in the bedrooms, not just the living area!
The camp is a good size for families and young children were happily wandering about by themselves. The pool area is reasonably small but there are 4 good slides including flumes and a "space bowl". There are also both outdoor and indoor pools for swimming plus an indoor toddler pool.
The bar and cafe were very pleasant and the food reasonable with pasta/pizza/burger-type meals. There was also an ice cream cafe poolside.
The range of facilities for the kids was good with football, volleyball, table tennis, tennis, crazy golf, petanque, bouncy castle and obstacle course, trampolines, playgrounds. Equipment can be loaned from reception where you can also hire bikes and scooters. Staff were very friendly and spoke good English, though all the activities were run in French, including the welcome meeting.
There is a good beach about 3 miles away with a separate area for families - though it gets busy so you may end up parking a long way from the beach and the supervised beach is then another long walk across the dunes. Well worth it though.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking