We stayed one night in high season. The site was medium sized and very popular and busy, but wasn't as noisy as we thought, once we settled in. It was perched on top of a little hill so the views of the Pyrenees from the site were stunning. There was a restaurant on site but we didn't use it. There were lots of activities for children and it seemed popular with families. The facilities were plentiful for the size of the site but unfortunately when we were there, they looked very overused with toilet paper and paper towels scattered around the floors. I hoped that they would be cleaned but they were still dirty the next morning by the time we left at about 10am. The other strange quirk was that the electricity hook-up was not visible from our pitch. It was up a steep, slippery bank and through a hedge where we had to share with another row of pitches. There was only one hook up for the whole row, so the cables had to be very long. All the sockets were being used but when I mentioned this to the reception, a handyman was called to add an extension double socket so we could have electricity for our fridge. I would return again because of the views and the location and generally it was a pleasant site.