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Les Sablons Reviews

Les Sablons Reviews

Les Sablons Holiday Park

With long sandy beaches, lazy summer afternoons and the warm Mediterranean Sea this is a dream holiday destination. Les Sablon is a large park on the French coast with all the facilities you’d expect from a park with more than 800 pitches. The facilities really are quite superb and if you are looking for a beach holiday full of buzz then this is going to be the place to be.

The parks 800 plus pitches are open from 4th April till 9th September for chalets and with tents being available slightly later, from 28th April.

There’s no better way of going back to nature than a tent at Les Sablons; the feel good factor of living in a tent with plenty of convenience thrown in as free. Each tent has two bedrooms and a separate kitchen and living area and comes with barbecue and outdoor patio furniture. The tents also have new canvasses for 2012 that are designed to allow you to completely open your tent up during the day time. Job done!

Chalets offer a few more creature comforts and there are several types to choose from. Either two or three bedroomed with between 25m2 and 32m2 floor space each chalet has its own shower and loo. There is a well equipped kitchen with a comfortable living room and each chalet has a set of patio furniture and a barbecue.

Facilities & Activities at Les Sablons

Being a large park there are masses of organised activities for kids of all ages to take part in. Kids clubs arrange activities for ages between 4 months and 17 years. Most of the time it’s great to be able to get some down time with activities such as Superhero Training and Shipwreck party and occasionally it will be nice for you to go along whilst someone else does all the work.

There are many options for feeding the family at Les Sablons. The restaurant on site serves local and regional specialities as well as having a great kids menu. There’s also a takeaway where they serve perfect lunchtime snacks if you’re staying on the site. There are plenty of food shops on site including a fresh fruit and veg shop, a supermarket and a fantastic patisserie where they sell delicious fresh bread and pastries.

You can swim in four pools at Les Sablons and they come in all shapes and sizes. There are two family pools, one kiddies pool and one with water slides and chutes – something for everyone I think. The range of activities on site is wide, from pottery to the more expected tennis, football and boules and in the evening the program of discos and shows from the animation team will really keep you involved.

Going off site is really all about the beaches. There’s lots of action on the beaches from banana boats to pedalos to jet skis. Of course you can always find a quiet spot and settle down with a good book if that’s what you want. Locally there’s plenty to do such as cycle riding along the Canal du Midi or perhaps spending a day at a resort town such as Cap d’Agde or Valras-Plage.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Les Sablons

  • Sun
  • Great beaches
  • Good choice of accommodation
  • Great programme of activity
  • Local resorts

Family Travel Guide to Langedoc – France

Languedoc is a fair way to travel but it has such a lot going for it, especially in the food and wine arena. To find out what else is on offer click on the link below;

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  1. Mary Harman

    We stayed in June last year and are just looking at booking here again or another Keycamp parc. Camping Les Sablons is a kids paradise, the activities are endless and our two were always off doing some fun activity. The pool area is nice and the slides are a great source of fun.

    During our stay our youngest swam her first length and oldest rode a bike without aids, this is what family holidays are all about. I may never go back here again but I will never forget the time we spent here.

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