Really enjoyed are stay at la foret but it's more suitable for younger children very happy with rep and site was fantastic. We have booked to go to eurocamp next year but at other site as we have a 11 year old and 9 year old just need a little more to do. But I would recommend camping la foret
Beautiful location. Beach was stunning. Facilities of the camp were great and really modern and clean. Tent was really well equipped. Where the pitches are permanent and well used there wasn't a lot of grass cover outside the tent and when it rained for a couple of days it became quite muddy and difficult to keep clean. Other than that nothing to rumble about. The site did have some lovely static places to stay and were actually cheaper. I'd go direct next time and book one of these instead.
On the plus side it's a very well run campsite with friendly and helpful campsite staff. There's a pine forest just across the road through which you can reach the beach with a 5 minute walk. The wash blocks have been recently refurbished and are as clean as you'll find on any campsite.
On the negative side, the pitches are small (no room for Eurocamp awning) and very tightly packed together. Also the campsite backs onto a very busy and noisy main road. If you're with Eurocamp then avoid pitch 18 at all costs, as it's right next to the road and the noisy neighbouring campsite and also permanently in the shade so quite cold. Because the campsite is so small there are limited areas for kids to run about, and nowhere for them to play football for example.