All customers must comply with the campsite rules. They are displayed at reception and enclosed with your booking. Failure to comply with the rules may result in expulsion from the campsite without any refund of your stay.

Rules for life on the campsite :

  • The campsite gate is open from 8.00 am to 10.30 pm. If you need to enter after 10.30pm or leave before 8am, please leave your vehicle in the car park in front of reception.
  • Traffic : Vehicle traffic is limited to 10 km/h and is prohibited on the campsite between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. (motorbikes do not have specific authorisation). Everyone on the campsite must behave like a good father. For the peace and safety of campers, access to the campsite is only possible for holidaymakers in possession of a badge issued on arrival on presentation of proof of identity. Loss of the badge will incur a charge of €20.
  • Your visitors : To preserve the peace and quiet of the campsite, your friends may only visit you on foot from 8.30am to 10.30pm. Visitors must present themselves at reception to show proof of identity and pay the applicable fee. They will then have access to the outdoor car park in front of reception. Access to the swimming pool is forbidden for safety and insurance reasons.
  • The pool and the paddling pool are open from 10am to 8pm from mid-May to mid- September, weather permitting.

-Swimwear is MANDATORY at the pool, Bermuda shorts and shorts are FORBIDDEN for reasons of hygiene.
-The paddling pool is reserved for children aged 2 to 10, under the supervision and responsibility of parents or accompanying adults.
The management declines all responsibility in the event of an accident.
-It is forbidden to eat, drink or smoke by the pool. There is a sunbathing area and rubbish bin just above the pool for this purpose.
-Please remove your shoes and shower when you enter the pool area in the centre of the foot bath.
-The management reserves the right to remove towels in the event of prolonged absence.
-Under-age children must be accompanied by a responsible adult, even if they know how to

  • Your neighbours : The use of sound equipment must not be heard beyond the perimeter of each pitch. After 10.30pm, everyone must respect their neighbours’ right to rest. Naturally, we ask you to respect all the people, facilities and planting on the site. Please be as quiet as possible so as not to disturb your neighbours.
  • The barbecues Live-fire barbecues are not permitted on the campsite; only electric barbecues are permitted.
    A communal charcoal barbecue is available next to the bowling green.
    For safety reasons, please water the embers after use and leave the area clean.
  • Fire is a very important issue in a region like ours, so please don’t put cigarette butts on the ground. Ashtrays are available in your accommodation, at the bar, at reception and by the swimming pool.
  • Recharging electric cars is forbidden on pitches and mobile homes: ELECTRIC DANGER. A charging point is open 24 hours a day 1.5km from the campsite in the village.
  • Pets must be kept on a lead and must not be left alone on the campsite (pitches and rental accommodation). Poop bags are available free of charge from reception on request.
  • The sport fields and fitness equipment are available free of charge (loan of balls, rackets and golf clubs on request). The management declines all responsibility in the event of an accident.
  • The children’s play area is reserved for children aged 2 to 10 and is unsupervised. The bouncy castle (only when the Mistral is not blowing) is reserved for children aged 6 to 12. Children access the bouncy castle under the full responsibility and supervision of their parents or accompanying adults.
  • The sanitary facilities :
    • Children are not allowed to play in the toilets. Water is precious, so don’t waste it.
    • The Toilets it is strictly FORBIDDEN to throw into the toilets: wipes, sanitary towels, nappies, cotton, and food… This instruction is important for everyone’s comfort and applies to private toilets in all rental properties, as well as to communal toilets. This incivility is detrimental to the proper operation of the sewerage system. Please leave this area as clean as you would like to find it.
  • Selective waste sorting: Waste bins opposite the main toilets are available for cardboard, glass, plastic and other household waste in closed bags. PLEASE respect their use.
  • Laundry washing machine The management declines all responsibility in the event of theft or damage while using the equipment provided.