The first impression on arrival at this impressive campsite is one of space. The site covers a 30-hectare expanse of farm pasture where (on different areas) cattle graze and children play. The nine-hectare camping areas are set among rows of mature and shady trees giving a dappled effect to the 292 grassy touring pitches. All have 6/10A electricity and are very large with direct access to wide, unpaved alleys which lead on to the few tarmac roads around the site. Some serviced pitches are available. The amenities are centred around the reception area and pool complex (a new facility is planned for 2016). The area around the site is very pleasant agricultural land and the beaches of the Atlantic coast are nearby.
Also near are the oyster and mussel beds of Marennes and La Tremblade. The Gagnard family started the campsite over 35 years ago and obviously take great pride in what has now become a peaceful, friendly and very pleasant campsite from which to explore a delightful holiday area.