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Camping La Chapelle Reviews

Camping La Chapelle Reviews

Camping La Chapelle Holiday Park

Camping La Chapelle sits nestling between the Mediterranean Sea and the Spanish border in the shadows of the Pyrenees Mountains. With stunning views of the foothills, local vineyards and the bustling activity of the resort town of Argeles this really is a camp site of contrasts. Camping La Chapelle has a wide range of facilities and services that includes free WiFi in the majority of its chalets.

The park opens between 14th April and 21st September and has 365 pitches. They are all situated in mature woodland which means that you get the benefit of shade just where you need it on hot sunny days.

There are several types of chalets, either two or three bedroomed with between 25m2 and 32m2 floor space with at least one double and one twin bedroom. The kitchen and living space is well laid out and the kitchen has all the modern appliances except for a dishwasher (sorry Dad – over to you). They also have a private shower and loo – a real home from home. Outside your chalet has its own patio furniture and a gas barbecue so you can enjoy al fresco dining on the warm summer evenings.

Facilities & Activities at Camping La Chapelle

The kids are well catered for at Camping La Chapelle. There are 4 different Kids Clubs for all ages between 6 months and 12 years. There are activities where the kids go off and create supervised mayhem and activities where you bring them (the very youngest) and others organise the activity. Either way – the pressure’s off!

Eating out is well organised at La Chapelle with a take away serving great pizza and a patisserie where you can buy bread and pastries (yum yum) but best of all are the restaurants and cafes in Argeles. It’s a short walk (and we mean short) and you’re right in the middle of a bustling seaside resort town.

There are five sparkling pools (including a whirlpool) at Camping la Chapelle one of which is covered and one of which has water slides. There is also a sun terrace with loungers for catching the lovely sun. There are plenty of sports courts, tennis, volleyball and of course boules for you to use and just outside the park you can hire cycles.

Outside of the park is all about the beaches. They really are spectacular and you can enjoy the liveliest of quietest time – there’s space for everyone and activities such as windsurfing are also on hand to keep you busy. If you get bored of the beach (yeah, right!) then a trip to the nearby resorts of Colloure or Port Vendras is worth the time. They are Catalan and are very different to Argeles.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Camping La Chapelle

  • Weather
  • Lovely beaches
  • Lovely scenery
  • Lively site
  • Shady pitches

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  1. Daisy

    We stayed at Camping La Chapelle in Argeles sur Mer last year during August. It is in a very nice central location but it is quiet compared to others in the area. The pitches are reasonably sized with hedges between each.

    The bars and restaurants were both well run. You have the choice of 2 shops one within walking distance and larger one which is just a short drive away. The facilities are kept very clean and fresh.

    The site is full of French, Dutch and English families so you won’t have any problems making new friends.

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