- Visited at start of season - weather was not great so can't comment on outdoor pools, activities etc. The parc itself is pleasant and clean with access to beach. Eurocamp part is at the furthest end, so quiet and in evening time you can hear the frogs croaking away in the neighbouring swamp nature reserve. Camp has access to beach which is sandy, but narrow. Beach is very long - you can find about 5km of roadside parking to access it on. Marseillan Plage itself serves several large campsites. Don't visit expecting a quaint French village, think low rise ice cream stalls, bucket and spade shops and burger joints. If you venture further, then there are great spots for day trips within1-2 hours drive. Eurocamp team friendly. Accommodation clean and tidy, but an awful stink from the mattresses in one of the rooms that needed to be changed.
Published on: 19 April 2018