This is really a holiday camp as opposed to a \'campsite\'. We were one of around only 5 units among a sea of chalets. While there are a number of pitches dotted around, many are small, and it can be a long trek with the cassette or waste water. While leccy is on the pitch, along with water, the pressure is poor, with the latter being reverse polarity.
This we didn\'t mind, as we were near the \'block\', and it was quiet enough.....til \'high season\' rolled into our stay. Then, it was bedlam on an evening. Thankfully, we only had to weather 2 nights before it was our time up. Other than that the site was great - apart from the dining facilities - which are abysmal for such a large site. You had a choice of \'fast food\' or no food. Unless, you pre-booked the day before. Essentially they have no food prep facility outside a little snack/fast food bar. One unbelievable policy they have, is one glass per customer while you are dining - irrespective of how many different drinks you may have. We had wine and water at the same time, yet were told, nay, more than told -we had an initial second \'water\' glass removed before our eyes! Other than this, the staff were very good. The site is a bit isolated, but there are good bike tracks around. Its worth a few days if you can get a good pitch - out of season, and you dont mind feeding yourself. Otherwise - keep on driving!