Firstly, the staff at the campsite do not speak any English at all. Secondly, the campsite does not provide any toilet roll in any of the sanitary blocks, so do not get caught out (no pun intended) We stayed here for 7 nights in mid June and it was a very quiet campsite. The pitches vary in size, but we picked a very good sized pitch which had plenty of sunlight available. From what we saw, most pitches had a slope of some variety. There are plenty of standpipes available for getting water from. There are 2 toilet blocks, one near the pool and one towards the back end of the campsite. The second block was only partially open and there were enough facilities, but I would imagine it can get very busy in peak season. The pool is adequate for the size of site and is a decent enough depth. The facilitilies for emptying your chemical toilet are a bit primitive. There is basically a 6 inch diameter pipe that comes out of the ground by the toilet blocks. Basically, unscrew the lid and pour empty your toilet into it......check your aim if you are wearing flipflops. Breakfast is available everyday at reception from 9am. The Nuazan beach is around a 1 mile walk away although there is a steep hill involved, but there are alternative ways of getting there. There is a supermarket (Intermarche) around 1 mile from the site which also has fuel. The entrance to the campsite is quite steep which is not a problem entering the site, but when leaving the site it will give your clutch a good workout at the top. There are miles and miles and miles of segregated cycle paths in the area. It is easy to cycle to Palais Sur Mer, Palmyre Zoo, Phare du Coudron, Tremblade to name but a few.