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Aloha Village Reviews

Aloha Village Reviews

Aloha Village Holiday Park

As the name suggests this camp site is built around a Hawaiian theme which even extends to the restaurant where they have special theme nights. The site is very close to one of the area’s best beaches, Serignan Plage and is a lively site with lots to do. The great facilities include the reception, where they speak good English, a laundry as well as 2 bars which all make this an ideal place to arrive, unpack and then not think about anything other than enjoying yourself.

There are more than 400 chalets at Aloha Village and they are either two or three bedroomed with their own shower and loo. The kitchens are well equipped and the comfortable living room has a further two sofa beds should you need them. Each chalet has its own patio furniture and a charcoal barbecue which are great for evening dining. You can even ask for a chalet with decking if you wish.

Facilities & Activities at Aloha Village

The swimming pool complex is really great and will keep the kids occupied for hours at a time. There are five pools, one of which is shallow and for children only. The others are deeper and have a range of swimming pool extras such as slides and chutes and water mushrooms which is why the kids will stay busy for such a long time. There’s also a range of other activities that the kids can take part in including tennis, table tennis, boules and bike hire.

The beach is only a short stroll away. Miles of golden sand and lovely blue Mediterranean Sea you’ll be torn between the beach and the pools. You can hire pedalos and go waterskiing if you need something a bit racier to keep you occupied.

Food wise, just try keeping the kids away from the ice cream parlour and the pizzeria. There’s also a good restaurant on site where they serve local dishes as well as the all important children’s menu.

Your self-catering holiday couldn’t be easier as there‘s a butchers, bakers (not a candlestick maker though) as well as the supermarket.

It’s very tempting to stay on site as it’s so lovely but find the time to take your bikes and go out into the local area. Try to head for Carcassonne, a medieval town that is really pretty and full of interesting shops, cafes and things to see. Spread your wings a little further and the Reserve Africane (have a guess at what it does) and the Aquarium du Cap d’Agade are both worth mentioning.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Aloha Village

  • Plenty to do
  • Great beaches
  • Brilliant pools
  • Ice cream parlour
  • Weather

Family Travel Guide to Languedoc – France

Languedoc is a bit further for us Brits to travel but it is well worth making the effort and there is so much that you can do. Click the links below to find out a bit more about what’s on offer;

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  1. Kelly Bonito

    Languedoc really is a beautiful part of France, not just the incredible scenery but the welcoming locals. As for the site Aloha Village is one of the best campsites we have stayed at, the onsite facilities are of a very high standard, with a pool area and sandy beach you really are spoilt for choice. If you are looking at Southern France I would highly recommend this site.

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