Open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Possibility to get:
– Ice cream
– On simple request, we accompany you to your location
– Tourist brochures, postcards
– Holiday checks and CB accepted
Our dog friends (except 1st and 2nd category dogs) are accepted on the campsite.
They must be kept on a leash.
Please do not leave them alone on the site and accompany them outside for their needs.
Bring their vaccination records.
Distribution around 11 a.m.
A card booth opposite the reception: 03.22.25.93.68
To be removed from the bulletin board
In the campground:
In high season, the baker will serve you bread and pastries every morning in the field…
Other merchants (butcher, fruit, etc.) also make rounds throughout the week.
A chip shop is also present in the campsite as well as the sale of sweets and ice cream.In the village :
Bar, tobacconist, dune restaurant, forest restaurant.A STREET 4 km:
All shops, banks, 5 supermarkets (Aldi, Lidl, Atac, Champion, Le mutant).
Sanitary equipment and infrastructure:
– Two toilets neat in their design
– Heated swimming pool for young and old
– Outdoor body-boomer fitness area
– Hot showers (free)
– Washbasins in cabins
– Cabins equipped for people with reduced mobility
– Laundry bins: washing machine and dryer
-2 washing machines
Connections to pitches:
For long stay plots:
– Electrical connection 3 amps, 6 amps and 10 amps
– Water connection
For tourist pitches:
– 3 amp electrical connection which corresponds to the lighting, refrigerator and television.
– Water point accessible on the ground and in the toilets
For the well-being and comfort of all:
Thank you for respecting these few points of the rules of procedure:
– Speed 10km/h. Traffic prohibited after the barrier closes at 11:30 p.m. and until 6 a.m.
– No smoking in sanitary facilities
– Accompany young children in the toilets
– Animals must be on a leash and needs picked up by their masters
– The showers being freely available to you, be careful not to waste and think of those who wait after
– Respect the plantations