Alan Rogers Review
Convenient for the ferry port at Calais, this is a peaceful little site with 84 pitches. Many are taken by privately owned holiday homes, but there are 30 pitches for touring units. In a garden-like setting, they are individual and grassy with some shade. Electricity hook-ups (6A) are available for all. In high season, the site is usually full by 17.00, so arrive early. A good centre for visiting many World War One and Two sites at Ypres, the local Eperlecques Blockhaus (V2) and La Coupole V2 museum in nearby Saint Omer.
New unisex toilet block with free showers, washbasins and baby changing area. Facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Motorcaravan services. Fresh bread to order. Greengrocer calls Sat. morning. Snack bar and takeaway (1/5-20/9). Playground. Games room. WiFi (free).
- Bar on Site
- Seaside Beach Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Golf Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- TV on Site
- Small Site
From Calais take N43 to Ardres. At traffic lights, on through town and left on D224 (Autingues). Site on right. From St Omer, follow N43 north until Le Plat d’Or, turn left on local road. Site signed.