Alan Rogers Review
Les Pins Parasols with its 200 pitches is a comfortably sized site, which is quite easy to walk around. It is family owned and run and very peaceful, to the extent that the owners make it quite clear in their brochure, ‘no entertainment’. Although on slightly undulating ground, all of the pitches (with 6A electricity) are level, some terraced, and separated by hedges or bushes with pine and oak trees for shade. Of the 160 touring pitches, 48 have their own fully equipped sanitary unit. Naturally these cost more but may well be of interest to those seeking a little bit of extra comfort.
The pool area is attractively laid out and for a small site, it is quite substantial. The site also has its own bar/restaurant and shop which are open most of the season. Some of the best beaches on the coast are only 6 km. away. Fréjus was a major port during the Roman Empire and a walk around the old town after dark, when it is floodlit, is a memorable experience. For motorhome owners in particular, there is a useful bus service to Fréjus from the site’s entrance.