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Visitor Reviews - Camping Huttopia Noirmoutier

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Camping Huttopia Noirmoutier
23 Allee Des Sableaux
Bois De La Chaize
Noirmoutier En Lile
Pays de la Loire   (Browse area)
85330   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: +3302 51 39 06 24

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Pitches: 530

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 17 Reviews
              7/10 from 17 Reviews

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Date of Visit: September 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Fiftysomething 16 reviews from this member

The campsite review books love this site, but we didn't! Even in the second week of September it was PACKED. Almost no children of course as they were back at school but this place is a victim of its own success.

The main central road on Noirmoutier is much better than the one on Re but it's nose to tail traffic coming in. As we left the campsite dozens and dozens of people were walking, cycling or driving down to the campsite - not campers - to the beach to fish for shell fish. Can there be any shell fish left, I wonder?

Even the shops in the town of Noirmoutier seem to be mainly the same tourist junk as elsewhere.

We paid for two nights at the campsite and left after just one. We won't be going back but they won't miss us! They don't need us!

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Nik or Caroline 1 review from this member

24th to 4th August 2014 - this is the second visit to this camp site (previous visit was 2010) and we thoroughly enjoyed it all over again. We took the Tunnel and drove down and it's definitiely worth the drive. The site is comfortable and relaxed and has excellent beach-side pitches for tents. I'd recommend the beach pitches every time as the view over the mussel beds is beautiful. The main block that we used has laundry, toilets, showers, wash basin, pot washing, freezer (for ice packs) was well maintained and cleaned regularly in all areas. I recommend picking your pitch yourself from the map on the website in case you don't like being next to fences/roads etc. , even though the roads are very quiet.

A bike is a boon on the island especially when it's busy. The cycling is 99% flat terrain and even the cycleways between the towns across the centre of the island are mostly segregated from the motor traffic. The site itself has rental bikes and there are several other outlets too. We took our own plus a trailer to lug beach gear around in. Cycling here is by far the best way to recce the island and visit places generally, in fact if it wasn't for the bikes I don't think the place could sustain as many visitors as it does. The weather was very good during our stay and in the high 20s most days, peaking in the early afternoon. Things to do in Noirmoutier - relax, eat mussels, drink, read, swim, shop and bike. It's a small place so pace yourself and don't be tempted to get round everything too quickly. Plenty of really good beaches too, Plage des Dames is our favourite, closely followed by le Petit Vieile. The mid to northern end of the beach at the camp site is also good if you don't want to move around too much.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jobsa 1 review from this member

This site is very popular with good facilities. Beach side pitch is very advisable as the pitches are not always that big and there doesn't seam to be the normal keep 4m gap between tents. It is camping on sand and it does get everywhere, a long handle broom would be useful.

The view from the tent is brilliant, and it took us under a minute to be on the beach. The rows behind the sea view pitches had season long pitches which we found a bit unusual.

All in all a great holiday we didn't leave the island and wish we explored more than we did.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Landrob 1 review from this member

Was really excited about visiting this campsite on our cycle touring hols this year, we booked it on the back of having spent an enjoyable couple of days at the excellent indigo site in the Loire Valley last year. Really disappointed! We were stuck opposite a non-indigo snackbar (which I've noticed doesn't appear on the map on their website), right on the corner of the main public walkway to the beach on a pitch that was nothing more than a dirty square of sand/scrub, which rather amusingly was termed the 'nature' area and obviously designed for us smaller tent users. Really noisy all night from a couple of neighbouring campers and folks going back and forth from town/late night parties on the beach, and felt like we'd pitched our tent in the middle of a car park, with cars continually reversing/moving around, 1m away from our tent. I found toilets pretty grim, wash basins etc ok, but to be fair, it was really packed. I did ask to be moved, but it was fairly obvious that there were no other pitches available, apart from (funnily enough) the one to the right and left of our pitch. Several people arrived, and promptly left having surveyed the pitches, which in hindsight is what we should have done. We'd booked 5 nights, but left after 2. All in all, not what you want after cycling 240 miles to get there for a week's relaxation, particularly as I'd booked the pitch many months ago! It just seems as though they try and cram in as many people as they can, which seems to go against the whole 'back to nature' branding they have, although the pitches for big tents seemed to be in better settings. Noirmoutier itself if lovely (again though, probably much nicer out of school hols) and the beach is great.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jaggerdon 5 reviews from this member

Having stayed at a couple of other Camping Indigo sites, I found this via their website, I really like the ethos of the Indigo company, very family orientated with activities for everyone etc. I'm not sure this one is fully into the swing of all that just yet -possibly because its quite a large site. We had a beachside pitch and I don't think I would recommend any of the other pitches, at least in high season. It is on a nice beach but there are other nicer beaches so if you are stuck at the back squished in with everyone else I'm not sure how lovely it would be. Our beach pitch was glorious, waking up to the sun rising on the sea, beautiful. The beach never really got that busy, although the site was full. The showers are good, clean, efficient, and yes the toilets have loo roll! the bar was ok, but closed very early and not too many seats. The park was fun for the kids. We loved renting bikes, Noirmoutier is perfect for cycling but you may see most of it well within a week! Fantastic seafood. We had a lovely meal on Moules night with some fellow french campers and there was live music from a local band who were really quite good. Children's entertainment was lovely too- a french mime act, my kids love all that! A real mixture of campers, so good chance of ending up next to a bus-load of teenagers, but on the other hand you may also end up making friends with a lovely french family like we did.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Carvalier owner 4 reviews from this member

Camping Indigo Noirmoutier La Vendette this is our second visit to this campsite, stayed 13th June to 20th June 2011 and now back again in June 2013. This time because we are familiar with the campsite and Noirmoutier we are more clinical in our study of both. There has been some positive changes in Indigo campsite with a room in front of reception building to sit down and access your wifi which is free and you can use your own computer. New on site canvas tents look impressive also. The kids playground has new slides and swings and sea-saws which we as adults even had a go.

June is a nice time to stay here campsite is not crowded and showers are included in price and they have their own toilet paper. This time we explored the beach better as now our daughter is 2 yrs older ++ and it is lovely to see people picking cockles and mussels and clams every time the tide is out and gives a feel of a very natural down to earth holiday. It is not your Benidorm pardon the pun

The beach is lovely as usual and we walked all along the sea front with its coves and sandy beaches and had a drink in one of the café bars at the end of the caravan park. Facilities excellent and could not fault them and you order your fresh bread and collect in reception each morning

Caravaning among the trees is romantic, it is nature at its finest and weather on this island is brilliant so early in holiday season.

The municipal site next door looked very busy this June and glad we stayed in Indigo Campsite even with the pine tree prickles. The market in Noirmoutier for fruit and fresh prawns and mussels is excellent. There is a fish restaurant which has its own fish farm processing unit a short distance out of the town and mussels and chips or oysters there are to die for. You can even buy mussels 1 KG for 2. 80€ to take home to your campsite and cook later if your a fish lover.

This year we discovered Indigo campsite is not the only well placed campsite on the Ile Nourmoutier as others are also direct beach access which we will explore on our next visit as we discovered one or two other campsites are backing onto better beaches on this not so big island. The French caravan and campsites you have to admit they cater for all the types of tourists and our countries, could take note of how there tourists return year on year. We noticed in Indigo some retired French are there for the whole summer season, and seem to have a great little camping community going there. The French camper has a selection of old or new caravan or camper vans and make the most of the natural resources around them and their off spring visit them on the weekends and the old retired look very much alive and enjoying themselves even with a vino over their dinner.

Indigo Noirmoutier is definitely worth a visit and we go back again next year for sure, but we will explore other campsites on this heavenly island

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