Alan Rogers Review
Sites with direct access to the sea are popular, particularly those with a long season. Les Ayguades is situated between Gruissan Plage and Narbonne Plage and is overlooked by the Montagne de la Clape. The site is owned by an association which has recently updated the facilities and is committed to preserving the environment running the site with this in mind. There are 290 sandy pitches of various sizes, all with 10A electricity. The pitches are hedged and there is some shade. The site also has 70 chalets and mobile homes to rent, plus 15 privately owned. An upstairs restaurant has panoramic views of the sea.
A wire fence with a gate separates the site from the wide sandy beach. Nearby Gruissan with its port is quite an upmarket resort and has an intriguing area of houses built on stilts, which have featured in certain films. Le Clape is popular for mountain biking, horse riding and walking or climbing. The town is planning a new swimming pool complex nearby.
Two fully equipped toilet blocks have been renovated and include facilities for disabled visitors. Launderette. Motorcaravan services. Shop, bar and takeaway (28/6-31/8). Restaurant (15/4-10/11). Play area and skate park. Children’s club. Evening entertainment in high season. Beach. WiFi.
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Bar on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding Nearby
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
From the A9 at exit 37 (Narbonne Est), follow the D32 then the D332 towards Gruissan, then Les Ayguades until you come to site signs.