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This medium-sized three-star campsite is located just inland from the famous French Riviera coastline at Antibes. The pitches are slightly sloping, some with shade while others are more open. All of the motorhome/larger caravan pitches have a fresh water tap, a waste disposal point and the price...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
We’ve visited this campsite twice in two years and have found it to be a good stopover en route to the south of Spain or for a few days to visit the city. The campsite was revamped for a large expo in the city and it has certainly worked. The large pitches are mainly hardstandings, all with...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
If you enjoy walking and cycling, then Camping l’Etang des Forges is in an ideal location. It’s better to choose a pitch in the centre of the site if it’s raining as the ground quickly becomes water-logged and you could have trouble getting out. Only 90 of the 180 grass pitches were used, all of...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
We used this site as a stopover en route to the port and as such it is a good site. It’s easy to find and there are probably a few things to see if we had stayed longer. The site is at the rear of a hotel complex and during the winter you have to check in at the hotel reception. We actually stayed...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am
There are several campsites at Le Croisic on a small peninsula in the south of Brittany, but we chose this one because it had indoor and outdoor swimming pools. It’s probably not the best sites for camping however if you find a decent pitch, then you’ll love it here. Look for a pitch near the...
31 December 2014 - 12:00am

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