- We visited at the end of the season during the last week of August, first of September, during which time it became progressively emptier & quieter. We really liked it - it's a large campsite, very continental and the majority of campers when we were there were Spanish, with some Dutch & German. Eurocamp had about 28 pitches so, whilst there were some English voices, it felt like a very European parc. Our pitch was right on the beach-side edge of the campsite, so we had a great view and were not overlooked on every side. The Eurocamp mobiles seemed to be in great positions. The emplacements are bordered by trees which gives great shade & privacy. The whole site is well laid out with tree-lined roads & path ways. Good facilities - a well-stocked shop, great pool. There is WiFi in areas of the parc but you pay extra for it - 2 Euros for an hour per device.