I think we had the same pitch as MartB, at the end of the campsite with an oak tree in the middle. To make it worse, it was 83 sq.m, not 95 as advertised on the Club web site. Additonally it was not separated from the neighbouring pitches by trees, as stated on the Club web page, but by a small fence composed of a couple of planks, as you can see in the photo. We could bareley fit the car on the pitch, and when we sat out we were next to the road, as were our oppposite neighbours, so it was very cosy! The road between us and the neighbours opposite was very narrow. Moving the caravan on and off the pitch was also a work of art owing to the size and slope, taking about an hour with the motor mover. The site itself wasn't too bad considering it was peak season but there were only two toilet blocks which seemed to be cleaned at peak time. The toilet paper would run out occasionally so make sure you take your own, just in case. It took 1.5 mins to walk there from our pitch, which I feel is too far, especially in the middle of the night. There seemed to be some segragation, with the lower half being French and the rest (mostly Dutch) at the far end of the site. A lot of pitches were more sloped than ours, but some were quite nice, so make sure you know your pitch before committing. The location is great, allowing you to walk in to the town or to the beach, both of which are nice. I wouldn't stay here again. We've stayed at La Boutinardiere nearby and that's much better, plus the beach is virtually next to the site.