Framura is an unusual, small, cliff-side site of 170 pitches including just 15 pitches for touring units and ten for tents. Positioned on the site of the old railway, the pitches themselves are fabulous as they are directly above the crystal clear waters here, but there is no shade. Access to the site is through the old railway tunnel. The supporting amenities are basic but have a certain charm, some being cut into the rock face. Direct access to a narrow but pleasant beach is via a steep stairway. The site is considered unsuitable for children and the infirm and has no facilities for disabled visitors.
It would suit the more adventurous camper who needs little support and enjoys a challenge. One permanent pitch is a charming 20 m. railway carriage. The site is twinned with the Hotel Riviera through the tunnel and the pleasant restaurant here can be used if you have missed the supermarket in town.