Home

   Log in or Register



Insurance Quotes
forums Campsite Search Comp Directory tips virtual brochure Profile
Tent and Awning Reviews Competitions Caravans and Motorhomes For Sale Shopping Diary Contact Us

Advertisement

Message Forums

Welcome Guest Register Login Search The Forum Posts Since Last Visit
 Reception - All Forums
  Caravanning and Camping Abroad
Share   Tweet This!  Share on Facebook  Email  Printer Friendly Version Print
Subject Topic: logis du breuil pitch question
Page:  1  2 Post Reply Post New Topic
Message posted by askill22/4/2009 at 5:51pm
Outfit:  Avondale Pentland      Location:  very near Portsmouth
Joined: 18/9/2006
View askill's Profile View Profile   Reply to askill Reply   Quote askill Quote  
askill
Avatar
Platinum Member
Platinum Member

Forum Posts:   566

Site Reviews Total: 1
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Is L'oree du Bois the site next door to La Foret Indienne? You probably could cycle to the beach from there, but the road can get busy, although at the end of August it may be ok. There's a great site right next door to the Cote Sauvage, which would give you access to one of the best beaches I've ever been to, but I can't remember what it's called, so I'll have to ask my friends and then let you know.

We don't mind the pool at Logis, as to be honest we are more beach poeple and only go there for a quick swim at the end of the day. We have never spent the day there in all the 3 years we've been.

How much is Bonne Anse Plage by the way? I have to say that, whilst the slides are great, some of the pitches were tiny and the beach with site-access wasn't the best, in my opinion.


Don't forget to leave a review of the French and other European campsites you have visited!


Message posted by savanne122/4/2009 at 7:24pm
Outfit:       Location:  
Joined: 02/8/2006
View savanne1's Profile View Profile   Reply to savanne1 Reply   Quote savanne1 Quote  
savanne1
Avatar
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Forum Posts:   7295
Tent Reviews:   2

Site Reviews Total: 23
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

hi Askhill, Bonne Anse is out as OH says its too big and he wont set foot on a Haven/Siblu site LOL. I've also read about the beach being mud. Have a look on the Siblu website as it appears to be the only way to book (cant remember the price just how expensive it was!)

Looking like it going to be Seqouia Pk, Marennes. Other than shop within walking distance it ticks all the boxes and there will be lots of other brits there for daughter to play with.



-------------
Thistledown Easter
Nantcol June
Domaine du Verdon Castellane and Etoile d'Argens Frejus Aug

Message posted by Andy R22/4/2009 at 9:00pm
Outfit:  Outwell Montana 6P     Location:  Brigg North Lincolnshire
Joined: 20/9/2004
View Andy R's Profile View Profile   Reply to Andy R Reply   Quote Andy R Quote  
Andy R
Avatar
Platinum Member
Platinum Member

Forum Posts:   1177

Site Reviews Total: 16
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

The only problem with Sequoia Parc is the location - Marennes isn't the nicest bit of this area by any means, and the best beaches are a fair drive away - probably half an hour, and not a direct route.   

Logis is about 70% Brits in my experience, with quite a few Dutch and a few French.

Message posted by savanne122/4/2009 at 10:24pm
Outfit:       Location:  
Joined: 02/8/2006
View savanne1's Profile View Profile   Reply to savanne1 Reply   Quote savanne1 Quote  
savanne1
Avatar
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Forum Posts:   7295
Tent Reviews:   2

Site Reviews Total: 23
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Swaying towards L'Oree du Bois as I've spotted they take camping cheques which makes it excellent value at 13.40 a night plus 8 euros extra for our 10 year old.

-------------
Thistledown Easter
Nantcol June
Domaine du Verdon Castellane and Etoile d'Argens Frejus Aug

Don't forget to leave a review of the French and other European campsites you have visited!


Message posted by parsonz23/4/2009 at 10:54am
Outfit:  1994 Elddis Gulfstream GT     Location:  Selston Notts
Joined: 25/8/2004
View parsonz's Profile View Profile   Reply to parsonz Reply   Quote parsonz Quote  
parsonz
Avatar
Standard Member
Standard Member

Forum Posts:   51

Site Reviews Total: 1
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Hi Pager33

I have been looking at sites in a similar area to yourself for the end of August.  I really want a site next to the beach (similar to the C&CC site at Normans Bay if you have been) and they are few and far between.

Another site we have found and like the look of is Bois Soleil; they take camping cheques and are in the Alan Rogers guide - http://www.bois-soleil.com.

I'd be interested to know if you find any other good sites.

Claire


Advertisement


Message posted by jaiash23/4/2009 at 2:23pm
Outfit:  Audi Q5Tdi quattro Lunar Quasar 544     Location:  nr Derby
Joined: 09/7/2008
View jaiash's Profile View Profile   Reply to jaiash Reply   Quote jaiash Quote  
jaiash
Avatar
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Forum Posts:   3670

Site Reviews Total: 21
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 6  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 34

Quote: Originally posted by parsonz on 23/4/2009

Hi Pager33

I have been looking at sites in a similar area to yourself for the end of August.  I really want a site next to the beach (similar to the C&CC site at Normans Bay if you have been) and they are few and far between.

Another site we have found and like the look of is Bois Soleil; they take camping cheques and are in the Alan Rogers guide - http://www.bois-soleil.com.

I'd be interested to know if you find any other good sites.

Claire


I don't think you'll do much bodyboarding at St Georges de Didonne beaches.

Message posted by parsonz23/4/2009 at 3:10pm
Outfit:  1994 Elddis Gulfstream GT     Location:  Selston Notts
Joined: 25/8/2004
View parsonz's Profile View Profile   Reply to parsonz Reply   Quote parsonz Quote  
parsonz
Avatar
Standard Member
Standard Member

Forum Posts:   51

Site Reviews Total: 1
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Thanks Jalash hadn't thought about that.  Do you know any good sites next to the good surf beaches?

Claire


Don't forget to leave a review of the French and other European campsites you have visited!


Message posted by jaiash23/4/2009 at 3:41pm
Outfit:  Audi Q5Tdi quattro Lunar Quasar 544     Location:  nr Derby
Joined: 09/7/2008
View jaiash's Profile View Profile   Reply to jaiash Reply   Quote jaiash Quote  
jaiash
Avatar
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Forum Posts:   3670

Site Reviews Total: 21
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 6  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 34

Only as I said on the other thread - Bonne Anse Plage - not used it myself but know people who have and they seem to go back regularly.  There aren't really any sites on the Cote Sauvage as such. 

Message posted by DandKRob06/1/2010 at 3:58pm
Outfit:  None Entered     Location:  None Entered
Joined: 06/1/2010
View DandKRob's Profile View Profile   Reply to DandKRob Reply   Quote DandKRob Quote  
DandKRob
Avatar
Standard Member
Standard Member

Forum Posts:   2

Site Reviews Total: 0
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Hi

We are foing to this site for first time this year.  Does anyone have a site map and any advice on which are the better pitches to ask for?

Thanks

Donna


Message posted by karende06/1/2010 at 4:25pm
Outfit:  Swift conquerer 550     Location:  Uk
Joined: 16/1/2004
View karende's Profile View Profile   Reply to karende Reply   Quote karende Quote  
karende
Avatar
Platinum Member
Platinum Member

Forum Posts:   544

Site Reviews Total: 7
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Hi Donna most pitches are the same size it really depends on how much or little shade you want, or do you want to be near the play area or under the trees. THis will be our third year in August and we have been on V13 the past 2 years which is semi shaded we booked again as we where leaving but have opted for a pitch nearer the play area and not as shaded as by the end of August out pitch was very dusty with very little grass. We asked for certain pitches but some where booked already with families who having been going in excess of 10 years.

Karende


Advertisement


Message posted by Vic Wildish06/1/2010 at 5:21pm
Outfit:   Vauxhall Insignia SE     Location:  Knebworth Hertfordshire
Joined: 06/8/2003
View Vic Wildish's Profile View Profile   Reply to Vic Wildish Reply   Quote Vic Wildish Quote  
Vic Wildish
Avatar
Diamond Member
Diamond Member

Forum Posts:   2486

Site Reviews Total: 4
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

Pitches D12 and D13 are both very large full service pitches in the woodland area with part shade.

We were on D13 last year and were dogged with misfortune the worst being my wife falling and breaking her arm. Obviously we don't blame the site for this but being superstitious, we could not help but think that this number had some influence. We're going back this year but staying on the adjacent D12.

Whatever else, we loved the site and the area, hence our return to it in late June this year.

Vic

Don't forget to leave a review of the French and other European campsites you have visited!


Message posted by askill06/1/2010 at 6:30pm
Outfit:  Avondale Pentland      Location:  very near Portsmouth
Joined: 18/9/2006
View askill's Profile View Profile   Reply to askill Reply   Quote askill Quote  
askill
Avatar
Platinum Member
Platinum Member

Forum Posts:   566

Site Reviews Total: 1
Site Reviews 2022: 0  
Site Reviews 2021: 0  
Site Reviews 2020: 0  
Site Reviews 2019: 0  
Site Reviews 2018: 0  
Site Nights 2022: 0
Site Nights 2021: 0
Site Nights 2020: 0
Site Nights 2019: 0
Site Nights 2018: 0

When we had our frame tent, we always had pitch C4, which was a mix of shade and sun. It was quite near to the playpark, as well as being convenient for the showerblock. We requested that pitch for 3 years. Now we have the caravan, we prefer to be in the rows of caravans L-P (I think, can't remember where my map is). We had a lovely pitch there last year and have asked for the same one again. Mind you, towards the end of August you can pretty much pitch where you like, it was so quiet.



-------------



In order to post a reply you will need to register, or if already registered please log in here

  Prev       Next

Jump To Page:  1  2

Quick Links - All Forums - Caravanning and Camping Abroad - Top of Page

Printer Friendly Version Printable version      Share   Tweet This!  Share on Facebook  Email


Latest News, Discounts and Competitions  see all...





2448 Visitors online !

Free UKCampsite.co.uk Window Sticker  -  Recommend to Friend

[Message Forums]  [Caravan Sites & Camping]  [Company Listings]  [Features / Advice]  [Virtual Brochure]  [Shop!]
[Reception]  [Competitions]  [Caravans & Motorhomes For Sale]  [Event Diary]  [Contact Us]  [Tent Reviews



Please note we are not responsible for the content of external sites & any reviews represent the author's personal view only. Please report any error here. You may view our privacy and cookie policy and terms and conditions here. All copyrights & other intellectual property rights in the design and content of this web site are reserved to the UKCampsite.co.uk © 1999 - 2022


Advertisement


Advertisement