Esterel Caravanning (REF : C21)
Avenue Des Golfs, Agay, 83530, FranceView on map
Why stay here ...
This high-quality site is set among the hills beyond the resort of Agay on the French Riviera, in an attractive location with views of the Esterel mountains. Owned by the Laroche family, it has pretty landscaping, with flowers and shrubs dotted about. Facilities include a large pool complex, organised entertainment, pony rides and more. In July and August, a shuttle runs from site to beach at Agay.
Close to beautiful beaches and Provençal towns, there are also many well-known resorts along the Côte d’Azur to explore such as Cannes and Saint-Tropez. Nearby Fréjus dates back to the Roman era and has some lovely religious buildings and a Chinese pagoda. Keen walkers will enjoy the extensive walking trails in the area with scenic views of the countryside.
Around and About
Grasse, Fréjus, Nice, Agay, Cannes, Golf, Water sports, Horse riding, Markets.
Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM
Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM
Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM
Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM
2 miles north-west of Agay. From the A8 take exit 38 (Fréjus/St Raphaël) continue on the D37 for 2 miles/3.2km then take the DN7 and the D100 towards St Raphaël and Agay. The site is well sign posted from the D100.
- Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 43.45422 / Lon 6.83264
- Michelin map no.
- Buses go to: Beaches, Frejus, Saint Raphael
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Bilbao (952 kms)
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This is a tricky one as we experienced the site from two perspectives, as a couple and as grandparents when we were joined by our young family. We were greeted warmly and were able to select our own pitch. Most pitches have some shade, are on dusty ground, some have good views. The facilities offered were adequate, the usual bar, restaurant, shop, take away etc but could have been so much better with just a little more flair and co-ordination between what seemed to separately run concessions. For example there is a lovely courtyard but you can't order a meal and a drink from the same venue which mean't that people were sat around eating their pizzas out of boxes accompanied by drinks bought separately, such a wasted opportunity, especially for young families.The restaurant was not very welcoming for children and the staff complained when our grandson dropped chocolate on his chair. But when we returned on our own we had a lovely evening and good meal. The indoor children's pool is ideal for little ones but there is a problem with the new play area as the children were getting static electric shocks from the equipment. The pool complex is good, apart from the paving around the pools which are extremely uncomfortable to walk on, the new equipment is great for children of around seven to ten years old. The local area is beautiful but again perhaps the beaches are not ideal for small children as the sand is very gritty. So to sum up fine for adults, less so for young children and we came away feeling that there was nothing to complain about but it could have been so much better with more attention to detail.