I agree with recent reviews that this an excellent very well equipped and maintained site. The pool complex is enormous and beautifully landscaped. Best out of season (or lunchtime) when it is still warm but not too busy. There is a whole mini village of shops so no real need to go anywhere else. In fact the place is something of a "bubble". There are sightseeing opportunities around but we'd done that on the way down so mainly stayed on site for 10 days. Despite it being very large with whole areas devoted to cabins, the atmosphere managed to be friendly and almost intimate. This is mainly due to the helpful staff and especially the animation crew. As a senior couple, we are not normally interested in on site entertainment (unlike the French who make it their top priority) but we thoroughly enjoyed the lunchtime pool exercises and the evening shows. How lovely to wander around at 10pm in a T-shirt listening to tribute acts and sipping cocktails! Great to have a beach adjacent but it does shelve steeply and you need shoes to get over the strip of stones at the water's edge. If you have really small children you may prefer to get the little train into Canet. We mostly had nice weather in early September but the Tramontane wind got up some days and quickly blew cloud in. Temperature remained in the mid twenties. I also agree about the shape of the pitches and the constant droppings from the trees. Some pitches were worse than others so it is pot luck. It seems like a posh tablecloth is not the only essential accessory - you need a car over and a spare tarpaulin over the awning. If you book through the Club you will be in an area with other Brits and have no choice. I suspect that any site in the South of France will have this problem if you have shade. We had grass underfoot further north but not here! Using the water connection and draining into the ditch we never used the site showers.