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We were campervanning. The sanitaires were excellent, with toilet seats and paper, handwashing soap, hand dryers, hair driers, good showers, some in cubicles with ther own washbasin and mirror. The emplacements were large and the water supply close [shared between 4 emplacements. However, our tap...More
We enjoyed a week here at the end of the season - everything very well cared for and clean including sanitary buildings. We loved the fact that the very spacious pool and spa area was naturist in the mornings. Obviously a great site for families...More
I have reviewed this site previously and it rates as one of the best ever. Over the years we usually try the restaurant once just to test it. This year was no different, over priced for a mediocre dinner and to top it all "greeted"...More
This is our second Yelloh camping holiday (the first being the equally stunning Panorama du Pyla) and both have exceeded expectations. We've camped both times and found the pitches, shower blocks and general grounds to be excellently maintained and spotlessly clean. Having stayed at the...More
Our mobile home was well equipped,even had a drainer for dishes.Nice decking,and clean.It was the mobile homes last season on the site,but it was still in great condition.Great pools,but more suited to under 12,s.My older children didn,t go in.I think the site needs another pool...More
The club is very well attended and they split them up so they do the activities with kids of their own nationalities/language. Loads of English kids but all of the Dutch and German kids speak near perfect English as... More
The club is very well attended and they split them up so they do the activities with kids of their own nationalities/language. Loads of English kids but all of the Dutch and German kids speak near perfect English as well.
They are for 2 hours each. 10-12 And 3-5 (from memory).
They also split them up into age ranges so 6 and 9 might be in different groups.
Activities vary from day to day and week to week. The second week was different from the first. There is a sheet at reception which tells you what the activities are for the coming week.
Our kids are 5 and 6. For them, there was painting, pottery, practicing to take part in the Thursday evening show (they loved that) some pool activities and other stuff that escapes me now.
I wouldn't hesitate to let them go back if there is something they want to do. It lets you have a couple of hours in the spa or a lazy snooze on the beach.
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"Pay a little extra and camp in the Plage pitches"