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Domaine De La Noguiere Review

Domaine De La Noguiere Review

Domaine De La Noguiere Holiday Park

Provence is a part of France that has an image of sun, sun and more sun. It’s about lazy afternoons and the peace and quiet that comes from being in a very rural part of the world and this site certainly delivers on that score. This medium-sized camp has all the friendliness of a smaller site but with great facilities. It’s perfect for a family holiday where you and the kids want to begin spreading your wings a little bit. When you arrive at the site the first thing you find is English; being spoken at the friendly reception, that is! A real bonus and they will be delighted to talk to you about everything the area has to offer.

Accommodation is open from 17th March to 27th October so it’s perfect for summer holidays as well as half term trips in the spring and autumn.

Domaine De La Noguiere has a total of 234 pitches, it’s canvas all the way and what canvass! There are two type of tent to choose from. Classic tents, either two or three bedrooms have separate living and kitchen areas. Your kitchen area has grill, gas rings and fridge with ice box and if you add to that the barbecue that’s supplied you’ve everything for a great self catering getaway. Classic tents will have new internal and external canvasses fitted for 2012 and you will be able to open all of the living space completely. If you are looking for something a bit more glam – you know, Meryl Streep in Out of Africa type glamorous then the safari tents here are just the ticket. Two bedrooms with lots of space, each tent sits on it’s own hard wood decking. They also come with teak patio furniture, barbecues, electric lights and duvets. Go one, spoil yourself, you know you want to!

Facilities & Activities at Domaine De La Noguiere

The on-site animation team organise sports tournaments, arts and crafts events and other activities between 1st May and 1st September which is perfect for giving Ma ‘N Pa some serious downtime.

There is a very French bistro on site where you’ll be able to eat the best of local food where they also have a lovely sun terrace for al fresco dining. Never fear though, there’s also a children’s menu as well. Lunch time hunger pangs are easily dealt with without affecting your holiday relaxation. Domaine De La Noguiere has a great little snack bar and take away serving pizza, frites and all sorts of other goodies.

There are two shops on site, the minimarket for food and other self catering thingies and a and main shop that’s open from 17th March to 27th October.

The two great swimming pools are probably going to be the centre piece of the kid’s holiday; both outdoor, one lagoon style and the second with three lane water slides – see what I mean? For those of a more sedate nature there’s a sun terrace which is great for the Provence sun. The site has its own small bar in the reception area where they also organise children and family discos throughout the season. There is also a TV room with channels in French, Dutch and English. You can also arrange diving lessons in the pool with 15 mile trips to the coast for a sea dive. Domaine De La Noguiere also has tennis, table tennis, footie, volleyball fishing and boules with on site tournaments arranged regularly.

Windsurfing, gymnasium, quad biking, golf canoeing, kayaking, quad biking and horse riding are all fund within a few miles of the of the site. With names like Cannes and St Tropez on local sign posts you’re going to have to bring your OK! and head off for some serious celebrity spotting. If that’s not your bag there are some really authentic French towns and villages where you can really immerse yourself in the la Belle France. There are plenty of local attractions such as Marine land Antibes (go on have a guess what they do there) and Aquavision d’Agay, a glass bottomed boat trip across the bay at Agay.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Domaine De La Noguiere

  • Safari tents
  • Weather
  • Local scenery
  • Great food
  • St Tropez and Cannes nearby

Family Travel Guide to Riviera Provence – France

The French Riviera is famed for being one of the places where the Beautiful People go for their hols. It has such a lot to offer any tourist and you can find out more by clicking the link below;

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Review Overview

Location
10
Facilities & Activities
8.5
Accomodation
9.5
Family Friendly
10
9.5

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Comments

  1. Rachel Errand

    We at stayed Noguiere with our 2 children (7 and 10) during the half-term break last year. We stopped for a total of 9 nights. The site is like a family unit, cosy but still lively. The pool is nice although a little on the cold side. The site is well maintained, secure and is lit during the evening.

    The entertainment is fairly basic but the surrounding area is superb and with a central location you can easily go offsite and explore.

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