As we were driving towards the campsite, storm warnings had been regularly signposted everywhere on our motorway route. We were allocated a huge super pitch at the far end of the site which provided water & grey water disposal and elsan chemical disposal on each pitch. The pitch sloped towards the lake and was huge (at around 300 sq mts). The storms duly arrived during night one and two!! The toilet & shower block also housed a laundry; dish washing and an information room in the centre of the site. There was also tiny shop (poorly stocked) along with a bar; restaurant and swimming pool at the opposite end of the site (around a 12 minute walk from our pitch). Bread and croissants were able to be ordered and collected through the reception. The area was lacking somewhat in places of interest but within five miles there are two very scenic places worthy of a visit. The first was where truly massive volcanic boulders had been laid down many millenia before and, secondly there is a viewing tower with 360 degree views across the whole region that had the appearance of a lighthouse. Both these places are south of Boussac. Site owners Claudine and Jean were looking forward to becoming busier soon after our stay as we reckoned on no more than a dozen to fifteen units being on site at any one time during our week.