This comfortable, reasonably priced site, while perhaps not having enough attractions to warrant a whole holiday, makes a good base for a few days to explore the Atlantic coast with its superb beaches. Set in 13 hectares of mature oak woodland, the 4 hectares for camping are mainly taken up by mobile homes of varying age and condition. Most of the 69 pitches for tourers (50 with 6A electricity) are set in an open, flat area in the centre of the site (therefore no natural shade here), with a few smaller pitches under the trees. Access is straightforward.
The site is very welcoming, with lots of flowers at the entrance and jolly, graffiti-style decoration on the outsides of the buildings. You’ll need to practice your French as the Lajus brothers who own and run the site have very little English. There is an outdoor swimming pool, and a large bar and restaurant (open July and August only). No shop, but there is a supermarket just over the road. The river Eyre runs alongside the site (no direct access) and just a few metres from the site you can fish or hire a canoe. The small town of Salles is a five minute walk.