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Club Farret Reviews

Club Farret Reviews

Club Farret Holiday Park

Club Farret is situated in the south of France and has direct access to one of Languedoc’s most spectacular beaches. Wide golden sands and warm Mediterranean sea and great summer weather make this a perfect site for any family looking for a beach holiday. The camp has a whole raft of facilities, just as you’d expect from a lively camp site and it’s situated near to Villas Plage which is a lively seaside holiday resort so if you are looking to be kept busy this has to be the place for you.

There are 700 pitched here and if you are travelling with friends or family they offer a Neighbouring pitch. Just make a request when you book. With 700 pitches you can be assured of a busy and lively holiday in the sun.

Club Farret is open from 2st April to 22nd September and has chalet accommodation to suit all family needs. Chalets come with between 25m2 and 34m2 floor space and have either two or three separate bedrooms, at least one of which is a double. All chalets have a private shower and loo and have plenty of living space. The living space will also have two further sofa beds. Self-catering at Club Farret couldn’t be easier. The kitchens are fully featured with all the mod cons apart from a dishwasher so you’ll have to bring the Old Man after all! There is also a barbecue and patio furniture which means great summer evenings al fresco.

Facilities & Activities at Club Farret

There are plenty of things to keep the kids amused at Club Farret. There is an onsite animation team who organise arts and crafts activities and Fun Station where they organise morning and afternoon activities such as Pirate Mayhem and Superhero Training to keep this kids amused and give you some down time.

Holidays and food can sometime be a bit of a problem but not at Club Farret. There’s a well stocked mini market which takes care of all your self-catering needs and there is also a good restaurant with a terrace that overlooks the pool complex. You can eat well cooked regional specialties. There is also a creperie (how French is that then) and a take-away if you don’t fancy cooking as well as a pizzeria (how French is that – not).

There are two pools at Club Farret with a lagoon style pool that has water features and a quieter pool for toddlers but the best swimming has to be on the beach where there is a Beach Club that organises windsurfing, banana boating and pedalos for the more sedate amongst us. If you want a break from the beach there are football, tennis and cycle hire facilities available. In the evenings there is a great bar where they hold regular pirate themed evening activities and discos.

If you don’t mind a short journey you, off site there’s quad biking golf and mini golf.

Local attractions include Aqualand Cap d’Agde which is a glass bottomed boat experience giving you a chance to see all the underwater life in this part of the world and Reserve Africanne where they have some 3,800 animals living in the outdoors and don’t forget the nearest town Villas Plage which is lively bustling seaside resort with great things to see and great places to eat.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Club Farret

  • Sun
  • Sea
  • Sand
  • Lots of things to do
  • Local food

Family Travel Guide to Languedoc – France

Us Brits really should be more familiar with Languedoc. It has some of the best beaches in France and great weather during the summer. Whilst it’s a little further away it has plenty going for it. To find out more just click on the link below;

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  1. Sian

    Le Club Farret is the perfect family beach holiday. We booked through Thomson Alfresco and stayed in one of their caravans near the beach. I would have liked to have been closer to the main campsite but that’s just my personal choice.

    The two weeks went very fast, with most days spent at the beach or pool. The site as you’d expect is very clean and the atmosphere is very family friendly. The minimarket is reasonably priced and well stocked although if you fancy treating yourself the onsite restaurant is recommended.

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