Stayed 2 nights last weekend at Camping L'Aiguille Creuse. Good location for touring the area, with good cliff walks to see various arches at Etretat. Veules les Roses a must see quaint village with the shortest river in France from spring to sea (1km approx). Brilliant this time of year for the roses and flowers. All beaches nearby are pebbled except when tide is out, where some sand is exposed. The boulangerie in the village provides excellent baguettes, croissant, cakes etc. Delicious! Nearest large supermarket is in Goderville a short drive away. The site itself is well designed with mature bushes separating pitches. It was busy and noisy as it was a French school half term. Not the kids being noisy but loud parents!. The shower block is a shared facility, although there is a small second block. Whilst clean, there are no toilet seats and also best to take your own toilet roll for comfort as that supplied in the toilet foyer is not the best. Staff were friendly and helpful as we found out whilst setting up on our allotted pitch. Another family parked next to us in the same pitch to set up too. Both were allocated the same pitch, but we were the ones that moved to an alternate pitch as they were part of a larger group with adjacent pitches. Note, you will need EUR20 in cash as a deposit for the barrier fob and also to pay for local taxes when leaving.