Is the standard of overseas sites similar to that of the UK? European sites are star-rated by local authorities and will have different standards and regulations to the UK. The Club's site inspectors ensure they are of a high standard for our members. Not on this site they didn’t! We booked the standard pitch and were given a small, rutted and untidy pitch at the end of a row of Eurocamp chalets, surrounded by others, and more or less underneath one of the tree cabins. The next door chalet was right up against the boundary and so very close to our caravan that we needed to keep the blinds shut on that side. The pitch seemed to be covered in charcoal and other rubbish. When we asked for another pitch we were told none were available and then, after we asked for a specific pitch in another line, we were told we could have it for an extra 10 euros per night. We were then also offered a choice of three other standard pitches that were worse and smaller than the one we had been allocated, so we reluctantly stayed where we were. We were also directly opposite the toilet block and playground, so noisy all day and evening. Washing machines in the block were regularly used (more noise) from 7am to late at night. There also didn’t seem to be much effort by the site management to stop rowdy teenagers late at night or ensure a peaceful stay. CAMC should make it clear in the booking process exactly what you are booking and where you are likely to be so that a true informed choice can be made. On a safety note, there was a speed limit of 10kph but the electric golf buggies used by the staff whizzed around much, much faster than that and took little care at junctions. Many small children were wandering around (unsupervised) by themselves and so it can be only a matter of time before a small child is mowed down by a buggy. Our advice – don’t use this site.