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Camping Logis De La Brague
1221 Route De Nice
Juan Les Pins
Provence - Cote D Azur   (Browse area)
Tel: +33 4 93 33 54 72
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Open: 01/05/2024 to 30/09/2024

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 4 Reviews
                8/10 from 4 Reviews

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 No Glamping Units   Holiday Homes for Hire   No Statics for Sale   No Seasonal Pitches 
 Electric Hookups   No Hardstandings   No Fully Serviced Pitches   Show Full Facilities
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 
 Baby Changing Facilities   Laundry On Site   Drinking Water   Disabled Friendly 
 Chemical Disposal   No Battery Charging   No Gas Exchange   No Recycling Facilities 
 No Kitchen Facilities   No Freezer / Fridge    Motorhome Point   No Wifi Access 
 Shop On Site   Bar <5 miles   Restaurant or Cafe or Takeaway <5 miles 
 No Playground   No TV Room   No Games Room   No Evening Ents 
 Fishing <1 mile   Wild Swimming <1 mile   No Indoor Pool   No Outdoor Pool 
 No Horse Riding   No Cycle Hire   No Golf   No Tennis 
 Beach <1 mile   Watersports <1 mile   No Boat Launch 
Other Features
 No Sea Views   Not Working Farm   No Campfires Allowed 
 No Waterside Pitches   Public Transport <5 miles  No Dog Walk 


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Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Campervan
Reviewer: Rabbitboy 26 reviews from this member

 This site on a busy road that runs along the sea front, so there was some traffic noise, but wasn't a problem for us.

Opposite the site, over the road is the Biot train stop, where you can go to places along the coast. The beach (go through pedestrian tunnel under the railway line) is pebbley.

The facilities are quite dated, but adequate. There is a decent shop selling most of what you might need.

Electric is the old style 2 pin, but reception will loan you an adapter for a 20 euro deposit.

Next door is a restaurant which was fine.

A good base for exploring the south coast. 

Date of Visit: July 2011 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Davie 12 reviews from this member

 Before the school holidays, the campsite was full of mature people mostly in motor-homes. Judging by the amount of gear they carry they look like they are set for a long time.

The campsite is old-fashioned French, mostly squat toilets with just two UK type but with no seats or toilet paper. The showers are tired and not very clean. No hot water was ever available for washing up 'cos people were showering'.

The pitches are a little small and dusty. A railway and two busy roads pass and so is noisy from about 5am to 23:00, but during daylight is drowned out by the cicadas.

The owner is very helpful and guides new arrivals to park in each pitch to maximise its use. He also puts similar groups together so for instance if you are a quiet couple you are unlikely to be allocated a place beside a load of noisy teenagers.

Two very busy roads have to be crossed to get to the beach which is nearby but blocked off by a karting track. At the time we visited there was a lot of construction going on and this made negotiating the road even more dangerous—not suitable for children. This also applies to the other campsites in the immediate area. The beach is pebbled and a steep bank makes getting into the sea awkward and maybe painful. There was little shade - would not want to sit on this beach.

The karting track and other ‘attractions’ produced noise late into the evening.

And there is no Wi-Fi unless you go into the roadside bar and pay €2. 80 for 0. 25 litres of beer. Just after 18:00, whilst sitting outside the bar catching up with e-mails and the weather forecasts I see hordes of bikinied and scantily-dressed teenage girls streaming off the beach and going up the track to the Pylon campsite. Did I chose wrongly?

So there is a lot wrong with the site, but the neighbours are likely to be peaceful; even if the road noise is not. The trains each 20 mins to Nice and Cannes are a big plus. 

Date of Visit: May 2009 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Francais 4 reviews from this member

 Firstly this review is based on having first been to this campsite back in 1962 when I was but a toddler, when my parents took me for a fortnights camping, since then I have returned on numerous occasions, and my Son now 26 returned to the campsite in May 2009 for ten nights.

The campsite's style has changed little over the decades, although all aspects have been upgraded and maintained, the toilet block and showers are of a high standard as to what you would expect.

The campsite pitches are of good size with some variations, but all are flat with no terracing, and all have EHU points within easy reach, most pitches are marked of with long logs, which resemble old telegraph poles.

Naturally for a campsite in the South of France there is ample shade to the pitches.

This is not an all singing all dancing campsite, so don't expect any animations etc, there is a Bar Cafe/restaurant at the campsite entrance, although I am sure this is separately owned, but you could be forgiven for thinking it is part of the campsite, the Bar cafe/restaurant serves a good range of meals and light snacks, and does take away of course, quite handy for taking a bowl of French fries (chips) back to your tent, to add to your evening meal.

The campsite itself has a well stocked shop, and even had some Heinz tomato ketchup on the shelf, you can also get your campinGaz cylinders exchanged at the shop.

No swimming pool on the campsite, but that's not an issue, if you fancy a swim the beach is only 500 yards walk across two main roads and small short subway under the railway line, although the roads are busy, crossing is very safe even for children, as there are dedicated crossing lights and the road is traffic calmed.

For me the beach is a dream, smooth pebble, and the sea bed is gradual to flat, and you have to go a good way out for it to become deep, again very safe for kids.

Plenty going on at the beach and it does get very busy in peak, but was fairly empty in May, as was the campsite, with only maybe 4 pitches in use.

Pitches are almost all for touring with only a handful of statics on the campsite.

As for the climate, well your in the South of France and it doesn't get much better than this, even in May you will still need your sun cream for on the beach, and going for a swim even in the evening is still quite pleasant.

Transport links are superb, and this campsite would make an ideal base for backpacking, only a 1Euro bus ride from Nice Airport to the campsite gates, and there is a train station opposite the campsite, 1Euro using the SNCF trains, will get you to Nice, Antibes, Cannes etc also great for a day out to Monte-Carlo around an hour on the train.

There are many attractions in the area, Marineland and fairground are five minutes walk, as is the Casino nightclub and Go-Cart track, and further afield you have the perfume factories of Grasse, well worth a visit.

Although the campsite is amidst the hustle and bustle of the Mediterranean, and close by to the railway line and main roads, the ambient noise is never a problem when on the campsite, in fact it almost adds to the atmosphere and excitement of the place, there are a few other campsites quite close by 'Camping du Pylon' to name but one.

All in all a great campsite, that won't break the bank, May 2009 rate was 13Euro per night, for tent and pitch only. 

Date of Visit: September 2009 Unit:  Tent
Reviewer: Franbee 214 reviews from this member

 We have stayed at this site many times and always look forward to coming back.

It is situated on the main Nice-Antibes road, adjacent to Biot station and across from the stony beach on the Bay des Anges.

There are 2 sections, we have only ever been in the tent/small camper part, but big campers seem to be in another section. In the tent part are several chalets and caravans to rent. The pitches are flat and shady.

There are facilities in both sections, we have only ever used the nearest, they are mainly shared, though there is a ladies room with private basins.

Washing up has hot water, and there is a washing machine. There's a small shop on site or you can use Intermarche about 2k away.

The owner is very nice and helpful and speaks English. At night the gates are locked and there is a security man on duty.

Negatives? I prefer the ladies/gents to be completely separate. The main road runs past the gates so it can be a bit noisy, also the planes coming and going from Nice. Not always much grass on the pitches. Not cheap either but seems to be what you expect for the south of France. 

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