The kids loved the park and the beach, the staff and all the shop keepers and staff were warm and very helpful. Jock & Amy the euro camp reps were great and a good help to learn the park and fast track our settling in. Brilliant
We have been to the parc several times before, we came back for several reasons the direct access to the beach, the pool area, restaurants, the site is safe and Yelloh Village do work hard to make sure you end up having a great time. The shop on site is a bit more experience than some but is well stocked, bike hire is easy and to be honest we can not fault what was on offer. There is also an area for a small market which is great to have a look at on the way back from the beach. The last thing to mention is the bakery on site has some of the best bread and cakes seen on a campsite, the butcher and fishmonger on site are fantastic but expect to pay for it! We would return.
We were a group of 7 adults and four children who had booked a joint family holiday in 2013 for this summer with Keycamp. We had been with Keycamp in 2012 before to Frejus and had a wonderful time. Keycamp was then taken over by Eurocamp. As a group I estimate we spent well over £7000 between accommodation, flights from Belfast and Car Hire.
The site itself is fine. A bit big for our liking, but you could get over it if the accommodation had been better. No leisurely stroll down to get the bread in the morning! You can rent bikes for 45 euro for a week. Take note if you book with yello you get the bikes free and also you get the worst bikes if you are from Eurocamp! So much so my mother fell off hers as it was too heavy to steer.
The Eurocamp spot feels like skid row of the site. The worst possible situation near the road, tight sites for each mobile with very little space around. It just feels run down. The campsite itself has got too big for it's own good. The pool area is not large enough for all the holidaymakers so you are banging into people in the lazy river. There are 10, yes 10 washing machines for a site of over 1000 emplacements. In general the staff were not very friendly, particulalry in the Balneo. If they want to create an air of class then charge. Don't open it up for free and then be snooty! Also the Balneo is shut every morning for the Naturists of the adjoining site. This was not highlighted in the blurbs when we were booking and did limit our available use of it.
When you arrive at Serignan you get a piece of paper which you then have to convert to a Swimming Pool card AND a Baleno card. When you go to the Baleno you are asked to show both. Another waste of time. Why not just give everyone a wristband like they do in other sites?
Very little choice for eating out. No family friendly relaxed eateries like we have had on other sites. The sea was very rough when we were there which was disappointing but I accept that may have just been bad luck. we booke this site specifically because it was right on the beach.