We were offered this site as an alternative to the hosted site at Turiscampo two weeks prior to our departure. The site is well laid out, all of the sand/gravel pitches in area A have electricity, but do not have water piped into them, the grass in area B have both water and electricity. Area C has a limited number of hard standing pitches with electricity and water laid on. However, these pitches are in high demand and I would suggest that anyone booking this site through the club ensure they ask for one of these to be booked to ensure availability. In area A there are no taps for filling fresh water and I could only fill up from the taps on the empty sites on area B which can be somewhat onerous. During the winter season the swimming pool and restaurant are closed as are most of the restaurants in nearby Porto Covo. There is not much in the surrounding area to do and with the lack of the facilities here that are offered at Turiscampo, it can make for a boring stay. The site is well suited to a lengthy summer stay, but I would not recommend longer than two or three nights during the winter. In hindsight, I would not have taken this site for ten days as the alternative offered and having done so we are pretty well stuck with it. What was planned as a three week hosted holiday has turned into a disappointment. To sum up, I would recommend this as a summer destination for the nearby beaches and water sport activities, but for winter, its a non starter for an extended stay.