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Camping Caravaning De La Cote Dargent
Hourtin Plage
Hourtin Plage
Aquitaine   (Browse area)
Tel: 05 56 09 10 25
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Open: 01/05/2024 to 30/09/2024

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 11 Reviews
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Who's it for
 Families Welcome   Not Members Only   No Rallies   Not Naturist Site 
 Dogs Welcome   No Dogs Allowed   Groups Welcome 
 Toilet Facilities   Hot Showers   Washing Up   No Bathroom 
 No Baby Changing   Laundry On Site   Drinking Water   Disabled Friendly 
 No Chemical Disposal   No Battery Charging   No Gas Exchange   No Recycling Facilities 
 No Kitchen Facilities   No Freezer / Fridge   No Motorhome Point   No Wifi Access 
 Shop On Site   Bar On Site   Restaurant or Cafe or Takeaway On Site 
 Kids Playground   No TV Room   Games Room   Evening Entertainment 
 No Fishing   No Wild Swimming   No Indoor Pool   Outdoor Pool On Site 
 No Horse Riding   No Cycle Hire   No Golf   No Tennis 
 Beach On Site   No Watersports   No Boat Launch 
Other Features
 Sea Views   Not Working Farm   No Campfires Allowed 
 Coastside Pitches   Public Transport   No Dog Walk 

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Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Bellaruss 6 reviews from this member

 We've had a fabulous holiday here. An efficiently run site with excellent facilities. We had a large flat pitch towards the rear of the site, so we didn't hear any of the evening entertainment. We did have to move pitches upon arrival though, as our first one was way too small and on a slope.

The toilet blocks were kept spotlessly clean with a cleaner stationed there constantly and the showers were powerful and hot.

The pool complex was fab With great slides.

We used our bikes every day to ride to the beach. Took a trailer and loaded it up with all the surfboards and beach stuff. We also went on the bike trails, which are great. Nice and flat and traffic free.

Hourtin plage resort has a few surfer type shops, a few restaurants, ice cream and crepes.

We visited the lake at hourtin too, which was warmer than the sea, and nice and shallow for the kids to play in. We hired a pedalo with a slide which was good fun. 

Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Tavvy 2 reviews from this member

 We asked for a quiet pitch for our tent which is a large Outwell Wolf Lake 7 and were shown to a sandy terraced plot just over the hill toward the rear of the site.

Plenty of shade under the pine trees. Pitches can be a bit random in size so be prepared to ask for another when you are shown to the location. We did as the first pitch was obviously too small and on a slope.

Electric points can be quite a way from your pitch, so a long cable would be handy and put a plastic bag over the connections in case of a rain shower.

No charcoal BBQs are allowed, but washing lines can be strung up between the trees.

Toilet blocks are well designed with plenty of showers and toilets, including small children's toilets which was great with our three year old. There is a a family bathroom, washing up sinks, laundry room and hand laundry sinks. There was plenty of hot water in the showers. There is a cleaner stationed at each toilet block from just after 7am until 10pm constantly cleaning so the facilities are spotless, best we have ever seen. No soap or toilet paper though, so remember to bring your own.

The shop on site is a Casino supermarket which is a reasonable size, although not cheap. There is a large E. Leclerc 26 km / 23 minute drive at LeSparre-Medoc on the D1215 Bordeaux road just at the outskirts of town. There is a smaller one in town you drive past on the way from the site, but keep going as there is a large one with Bricolage and fuel just on the outskirts. Also a Carrefour on the Northen side of LeSparre-Medoc, but we preferred E. Leclerc. There is a regular market in Hourtin which creates long queues of traffic as the signs send you through the town square, but you can take a short cut from the D101 as it enters Hourtin left down Rue de la Bouaille missing the town and going past a college to join the main D3 road to LeSparre. At LeSparre you can cut off the corner again turning right just before the railway level crossing down Chemin de Treman past Chateau d'Escot to join the D1215 just by E. Leclerc.

The site pool area has a new pirate themed water park which has a height limit of 1. 02m and although great for the older children, there wasn't much for the smaller ones to do, just a children's island with a couple of bridges and a small slide in the middle. The water around the children area is the coldest of all the pools for some reason. Wristbands are issued on arrival to site and have to be worn all the time. Usual French dress code of swim trunks and no shorts in the pool which I think is a good idea for hygiene.

The restaurant on site does good pizza and also serves take away. Be warned that if it's busy you are better off getting take away or you could be waiting hours. We went on a Friday night and waited over 2 hours for 5 pizzas while watching other customers order and leave with their take away pizza. Service was chaotic, we saw a number of parties complaining and some left without paying in disgust at the wait. Seemed to me that they couldn't cope with the number of orders and the pizza take away was serving their customers first. We were eventually served and took the pizza back to the tent. Have to say that the pizza was very good and we did do the take away again.

WiFi is accessible all over site, but expensive for a per day login. Phone reception was not great all over the site, although I did get 4G at times.

Right opposite the entrance you can join a paved cycle path through the woods and a cycle only road 19km south towards Carcans-Plage. This is a superb cycle route for families away from the road. We took beach stuff and went there for the day, eating lunch at a nice restaurant. The sand at Carcans was slightly finer than Hourtin.

Sand pegs are a must as you might be on a sandy terrace if camping.

No mosquitoes or midges, which is a welcome relief and only saw a few wasps. There are a lot of ants though as its very sandy, but they were no real bother.

Entry and exit to the site uses an access card which you have to pay a 20 Euro deposit for on arrival. The nearest ATM is in Hourtin, but everywhere takes credit card.

We used a Caxton FX VISA card which you pre load with Euro and then there are no charges to withdraw cash or use in restaurants, garages, etc. That worked out easy and avoided charges.

If you walk right from the entrance into Hourtin-Plage there are a few restaurants and a bar or two which were all very busy on Saturday night and have good reviews.

Evening entertainment was at the bar next to the restaurant and only started at 9:30pm which was too late for the young ones. It's also a walk from the play area so we couldn't sit there and have a drink in the evening whilst they played.

There was a street market one night in Hourtin-Plage which was quite busy and worth a look. We also enjoyed evening strolls to the beach to tire them out before bed.

In summary we liked the site, but prefer LaRive about an hours drive South as there is more for the younger children to do. 

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: WilliamMcBeard 6 reviews from this member

 We had searched far and wide and decided upon this campsite after much deliberation. We really wanted a beach holiday, and for this Cote D'Argent is a super choice.

We asked for a pitch towards the rear of the site (near the furthest volleyball court) and near to a toilet block. We couldn't have been happier. The pitch was huge and looked out onto a sandy area which was unused at the start of our stay (it was later patronised by 4 families, but still gave plenty of space and privacy). The pitching options were varied so if you wanted to orient differently the possibilities were there. One tip would be to take some 'super-pegs' (the big, thick yellow ones) to really anchor down in the sandy soil. The trees made for good options for hanging hammocks or securing tarps.

The toilets are the best we have ever seen on a camp-site. They have a central 'atrium' with open roof. Each block has the same layout. There are ample showers with sinks, simple showers, toilets, sinks and kids cubicles. There is a pot wash on each, as well as water points for caravaners. The central section has mirrors, sinks and electricity points. They were SPOTLESS throughout our stay, cleaned continuously. Can't praise them enough.

The facilities around the site made for a great stay. The pools really are as good as they look, and the slides/bucket area is brilliant! The slides are a proper size and fun enough so that they don't feel like they've just been tagged on to say the site has a pool complex. The inevitable sun lounger shortage is not a huge deal, as people come and go regularly so you can get one eventually. Just outside the pool complex there is a little bar that opens in the afternoon, selling cold beer and ice creams.

At the entrance to the site, there is a section with plenty of pool tables and an arcade, with ping-pong tables out the back. The kids club is also situated here. On the decking at the front there are daily workouts run such as Zumba, Pilates etc. This area never felt overcrowded with teenagers which is nice as on other sites it can be a little intimidating when lots of them crowd round such a central area. This reflected the overall nature of the place; it felt a little more middle-class than some northern sites we have been on.

The nightly entertainment outside the restaurant was, er, random but genuinely lively without ever getting rowdy. The restaurant and attached takeaway were similarly priced compared to the 'beach' ones. Same for the very well stocked shop. One thing I really liked was, after the firework display when the resort was very busy, the security men checked every single person coming back on site for the id band given to you on arrival.

Hourtin Plage itself is a lovely collection of restaurants and little beach shops running up to a beautiful, huge stretch of sand. There is a market each week which runs on into the evening (I think it is Sunday, memory not withstanding).

We ate at Le Surf right next to the beach and were delighted! Moules Frites is the dish of choice, but the family also had a rack of ribs (must have come off a rhino it was so big!, steak and akids meal, drinks, wine, beer, milkshakes. All for E120. Brilliant food. We tried others at different points, and highly recommend the burger bar for a quick and filling snack and the ice-cream parlour. The range of doughnuts and waffles will satisfy even the most sweet toothed traveller! I should know, I travel with 3 such people!

The sea can be treacherous but if treated with respect it is perfectly safe. You could sit out until sunset (9pm approximately in later August) and still be warm. The sea was really warm too. Would highly recommend the lake about 5 miles from the site. Shallow clean and lots of water based activities. A nice change from the big waves of the beach.

The only downside to this site is the lack of things to do in the area. We used the Aldi in Montalivet which had everything we needed, but is by no means a hyper market. (From the site entrance, turn left then the next left. Basically follow the signs to Montalivet and it is on the right next to the water tower). The area around has little in the way of attractions. We did head to the water park (Aqualand) but arrived in the midst of a solid day of rain. The sand-dune at Cap-Feret is. A large pile of sand. Lacanau Ocean is more touristy with nightclubs and a huge Big Wheel. Maubuisson is further south on the lake and is a very nice place with free parking, shops and a small beach surrounded by beach-side restaurants.

We also travelled into Bordeaux for the day, but it was a Sunday and just felt empty. Do visit the central undercover market if you go, particularly on a Sunday as the locals dine out with a glass or two. Think Rick Stein sort of working class market setting. We took the park and ride tram from Merignac and had no problems.

All in all a superb place, the site would be worth another visit, but the lack of variety in attractions means we probably won't go back, but thoroughly recommend it for a first time visit. 

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent
Nights stayed: 14 Travelling as:  Family with older children
Reviewer: Lynn_brighton 11 reviews from this member

 We camped in August 2014 and this was the largest campsite we have stayed on, it is huge. It is set in a pine forest and we were worried from other reviews that the pitches would be small but they are surprisingly spacious. Because of the pine trees there are very few water points and toilet blocks, so depending on where you are situated it could be a bit of a trek for the toilet. We were very glad of bikes and cycled everywhere.

The lack of toilet paper isn't ideal on a 5* campsite but we had read this from other reviews and you just have to be prepared to take your own toilet roll. The toilets/showers are immaculate and there is an attendant cleaning all the time so full marks there.

The shop is very well stocked, which is a necessity when it isn't very close to another supermarket. Be prepared for a 30 min drive to a major supermarket although there are 'compact' supermarkets and an Aldi or Lidl not too far away. The on site take away was also excellent as were the takeaways in Hortin Plage which deliver to your pitch.

The campsite facilities are really excellent. There is a free gym (we didn't use) and regular exercise classes. Competitions for table tennis and the water complex is just amazing. Heated pools and a pirate area with slides and a large bucket which kept the children fully entertained. There was a min height of 1. 05m although it wasn't really checked but something to consider if you have small children.

Hourtin plage is really lovely and if full of surfers making use of the waves and golden sand. The village had a number off good restaurants and ice cream shops. One night there was a festival with free fireworks display.

The only disadvantage is that the area is quite isolated from attractions other than the beach or cycling. It would have been nice to visit a zoo or chateaux or caves etc but the area is limited to the beach and small villages.

We used the Royan ferry on the way back but it wasn't that quick and doesn't really save much time/money compared to driving round the Gironde. Other campers had been delayed waiting for the ferry at busy times so bear that in mind.

All in all I would definitely recommend this campsite for families or surfers. We had a lovely holiday. 

Date of Visit: August 2012 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: NevadaL 1 review from this member

 Well this was our first time camping in a tent in France.

Journey: Portsmouth-Le Havre with LD lines. Awful crossing, seats very uncomfortable. Couldn't get a cabin (all booked up by easter 2012). Drive from Le Havre was 450 miles (approx), ended up taking 10 hours to drive from Le Havre as the whole of Europe seemed to be travelling in the same direction. Tolls very expensive - about 70euros each way.

Campsite: Fantastic, much bigger than anticipated, but we very very lucky to be situated at the back of the camp, which although was a 10 minute walk to reception (2 minutes on a bicycle though) was safe from traffic for children to play on bikes/scooters, etc. And very quiet away from play/pool and entertainment areas.

Staff all mostly English speaking, very well stocked shop (although expensive). On site restaurant food fantastic and reasonable compared to local restaurants but you have to book in advance - sometimes a day or two in advance.

Swimming complex - fantastic, spotless and hygenic. Speedo's for males are a must for hygeine reasons, water cold but was nice because the temperatures some days were mid 30's. Also there is a small indoor pool which is warm but very busy. Slides great kids loved them and turned on regular. Not many sunbeds and all taken (never got one once), but you can lay out your towels around the pool.

Most guests German, French, a few Dutch, Spanish and British. Germans speak great English so language was never a barrier, also the kids communicate their own way anyway, they had French and German friends and managed to have a great time together - good for their language skills too!

Shower block the first week co-incided with the French annual holiday - and they seemed to have extra staff on - and was literally cleaned each time a person had a shower. Second week not so robust but still far superior to any British campsite I've stayed on - they do not provide loo roll or handwash/soap, so you have to bring each time you need to 'go'. Facilities very modern - be warned they are a unisex block, which is pretty much the standard European way, but private cubicles.

Although we didn't use them, they also had kid club, gym, horse riding for kids, aerobics and fitness classes for adults.

Table tennis/pool area for the older kids and teenagers.

Local area - the beach is amazing, truly glorious. But can be dangerous. The waves can be extremely high even on very hot summer days. Walk to beach is 5 minutes from reception past the restaurants(15 minutes from our pitch). Loads of cycle parking at the beach if you bring a bike. Flag system - bathing between the blue flags and boards only between the red and blue - but if you bring body boards you have to also wear the flippers or else you have to move down the beach into the unrestricted areas. That goes for kids too, they can't body board without the flippers in the patrolled area.

Restaurants are lovely, though expensive. Moules the speciality. Market down the main strip to the beach once a week. Fantastic ice cream parlour also selling crepes and waffles open late into the evening - perfect pudding for the kids if you don't want to pay restaurant prices for pudding.

We camped so cooked most nights. Aldi in Hourtin in the best bet. Much cheaper than the French supermarkets.

The Lake is also a short drive away, we had a look though never got out - but it looked lovely too - beached area on lake and designated swimming area, and facilities (cafe etc).

Word of warning for France in general(if you're old fashioned like us)- Do not take travellers cheques. The only place in the entire area to change them is the Bureau de change at Bordeaux airport - do not believe Amex website that BNParibas or La Poste change them - they do not. A whopping 6% we had to pay(they have the monopoly afterall) to the Bureau de Change, ouch.

All in all, thoroughly recommended, we'll be going back next year. 


Date of Visit: August 2010 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Spidercat 2 reviews from this member

 This was our very first trip to France and having had a week in a gite near Brive we were really relaxed and looking forward to a week camping. And what a great week we had! The staff are very helpful, the site was full of friendly Dutch, German and a few English and the pool complex was really good. Didn't try the on-site restaurant but it was packed every night we walked past. As said before, the shower blocks were spotlessly clean as they were constantly cleaned. The beach is a 10/15min stroll away.

Hourtin Plage is just a small strip of a few shops and restaurants. Be warned - the waves and tides are really dangerous, but as long as you take notice of the life guards you should be ok.

Surrounding area is lovely - mile after mile of Pine Forest and sandy beaches. About 10km away is a large town of Montalivet (also has a good beach) which during the summer season has a great market until early afternoon. Also has nearest large supermarket, as the on site one was limited. The on site bakery was very good - fresh bread, croissants(best we had all trip)and pastrys were great.

Only down side is leaving via the car ferry at Le Verdon - its expensive and during the height of the summer season takes a long time to board, so either allow plenty of extra time or go early/late. 

Date of Visit: August 2010 Unit:  Trailer Tent
Reviewer: Jenfer 7 reviews from this member

 We visited this site in the peak season, so we did expect it to be busy. I would say, in summary that this is not the sort of site to go to if you want a rest! It is a HUGE site, and populated when we went by mainly Dutch and German Campers. Very few Brits, which sounds great, but after two weeks of being unable to chat to your neighbours, it can be quite isolating. I enjoy a good natter with my fellow campers, it's part of the charm for me. The pitches are variable. We were shown a site right next to the road and noisy entertainment complex as our first, so had to keep the poor 'placeur' going around the site until we found one that was ok. Even then, the pitch, though large, was difficult to pitch our large trailer tent on, and we ended up facing a german caravan, with a restricted view as the result.

On a positive note, the sanitary facilities were fabulous. They seemed to be in a state of perpetual cleanliness, thanks to the resident cleaning ladies that seemed to be always present. The on site restaurant and take away were good, offering the usual fare (pizza, pasta, frites etc) but a bit pricey. The resort was a short walk, but the restaurants a bit hit and miss. Charcoal BBQ's aren't allowed, so we ate a lot of food out of tins and fried quite a lot.

There was lots for the kids to do, and for the first few days, we hardly saw them, as they were off on their bikes around the site. Beach was fabulous, but very crowded. The pool was good, but we didn't feel the need to go every day, which was just as well, as it is too small for the size of campsite. (The photo's on the website are quite misleading)

All the staff were helpful and fluent english speakers, which always makes my attempts at French feel very inadequate.

I would recommend this site if you have older children who are able to entertain themselves to an extent, be choosy about your pitch though. Bear in mind we did go at the height of the season, and the 'Parisien Fortnight' was part of our stay, so in a quieter part of the season, it may be a completely different site. For me, it was a bit too much like Butlins in a tent. We probably would not go back. 

Date of Visit: June 2008 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Chrismartinuk 4 reviews from this member

 This place is a true gem of France.

The pine trees and sandy ground make it a good place to be! There is a decent pool, and another covered one if you get a chilly atlantic wind!

Over the dunes is a magnificent beach. Real paradise. The restaurant is great on the site, the steak frites and a bottle of local red is just what is needed after a long drive!

There are some nice walks in the area, I hired a bicycle from the local store for a few euros and drove along the concreted WW2 motorcycle courier road through the forest.

I would imagine this beach will eventually become a haven for kite-surfers as the long beach and little amount of tourists would be good for them.

Cant wait to go back! 

Date of Visit: August 2007 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: DiNSY 5 reviews from this member

 We have just returned after 10 days camping at what is one of the best sites we have ever stayed at in over 7 years of camping in France.
This site is large and well organised, the staff at reception all spoke English very well and were helpful to the point of offering to pick up some postage stamps from the local village for us!
They have ample and very modern (all British) toilets / shower blocks with dish washing sinks dotted around the site that are kept very clean day and night, Extra dish washing points are also spread about. No problem with hot water any where.
Take bikes as it is a big site - we were a long way from the the pool and wish we had, you can also cycle to the beach
The on site shop is well stocked with a bakery and butcher plus everything else and not too expensive. Walk out of the site and you will find another bakery opposite a grocery plus a handful of other shops and bars/restaurants on the way to the beach.
The beach is typical of this coast, great for surfers and with life guards safe for children as well. A 15min. Drive to Hourtin village and you find a inland lake that is good for windsurfing and also has a shallow roped off area for younger children to play in.
Hourtin and beyond have larger supermarkets but offer very little else, the best part of this area are the beaches and countryside which is totally unspoilt by modern development.
We went in peak season (July/August) and everything was open. If you choose to go when it is cheaper then don't expect to get full facilities as they will not be open.
We are planning to return next year. 

Date of Visit: June 2006 Unit:  Static
Reviewer: Jseekings 1 review from this member

 I have just come back 13 jun 06 and have two young daughters. The only thing open was the pool. No restaurant, no shop and no bar until july and august. There was in fact no hot water available even the showers were at best luke warm.

Good sized plots but pine cones are large and do look out for them. If renting, we had a 4-5 birth and it was disgusting. And about 25 years old. Our kids called it a zero star cave. Moss on sky light, curtains fell off and the pump turned it self on with no one around. You also had to have one person press the pump on button while another used the tap.

Only one girl spoke a little english and we found them less than helpful.

The previous review said it had many shops. There was 1 shop (2 when we left) 3 restaurants and only one stayed open after 7pm. No surf but a very good beach. Lots of bugs and flies though.

No kids club, horse riding, archery or any other activities until july and august. 

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