Close to the fishing village of Pornic, this site has direct access to two attractive rocky coves below, indeed it boasts that it is the only campsite in Pornic that is close to the seashore. The 104 touring pitches, which are mostly small and rather worn, are on land sloping gently towards the cliff edge and all have sea views, whilst 150 mobile homes lie further back. Electricity (10A) is available to all. This is not a sophisticated site and it is beginning to look very tired. The information in reception is well presented and the adventure play area is very imaginitive.
The fishing village of Pornic is just two kilometres away along the coast and, as well as all the usual shops, bars and restaurants, it has several good supermarkets and a factory that produces a wide range of traditional Breton pottery which can be bought in its shop.