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Serignan Plage Reviews

Serignan Plage Reviews

Camping La Serignan Plage Holiday Park

On France’s Mediterranean coast between Montpellier and Perpigan is Serignan Plage. This is a large campsite that has direct access to the beach from which it gets its name so is perfect for those families looking for a beach style holiday. The site has a friendly Reception where they speak English and you can find answers to any questions you might need answered. Serignan Plage is very family centred, and that means all of your family, they’ll even welcome the dog. There are loads of facilities (read on about those) including great laundry and drying rooms. Disabled facilities are available and it’s worth checking up about them when you book.

This camp site has 1200 pitches and as you’d expect there is a lively atmosphere with more facilities than you could shake a stick at. Serignan Plage is open from 26 April to 1 October so is great for spring getaways and late summer jaunts as well as your main family holiday. They also offer the chance to book neighbouring pitches which means it’s a great place to go with friends or family.

If you want to stay under canvass then you’re in for a real treat. All tents on site here are safari tents, designed with a living space that opens out completely. You will have wooden decking throughout the whole of your tent, two separate bedrooms and a compact kitchen area for you to rustle up family meals. Add to all that, the barbecue that’s provided you’ve got everything you need for a memorable family holiday – is this glamping or what!

There is a really wide range of chalets to choose from as well. There are two or three bedrooms with between 25m2 and 32m2 of living space and all chalets have cosy bathrooms. There is also outside space with patio furniture and some models have decking space included. The well equipped kitchens have everything you need, oven, gas hob, fridge freezer and microwave so with the barbecue that’s provided you’re well set for memorable family meals.

Facilities & Activities at Serignan Plage

There is a onsite animation team who organise beach games, arts and crafts, sports activities and a Kids Club with regular activities such as Superhero Training, World of Wizardry and Breakfast Club to keep your little ones occupied while you have some well-earned down time. If that’s not enough there are 6 children’s playgrounds but you’ll probably want to be there to cast an eye over proceedings.

Food choices really do stack up here as well. The main restaurant is fresh and colourful and serves regional specialities as well as a children’s menu for less adventurous taste buds. Lunch time hunger pangs can be dealt with at the take-away where all the usual suspects are available, and the creperie and pizzeria which also does great takeaway. Best of all though are the food shops on site. Without having to leave the site you can buy great French produce in the butchers, bakers (croissant and coffee every morning – let me at it!), fishmongers and a supermarket where they stock loads of fresh veggies. For a real home from home there’s a newsagents, hairdresser and a gift shop for Mrs Smiths pressie for looking after the cat.

Serignan Plage is about staying busy busy busy and the four swimming pools cater for water babies of all ages and sizes. There are paddling pools and lagoon pools with slides and a fantastic Roman themed water spa Fitness Centre with whirlpool, musical swimming pool, massage path and moisturising area. This area is for over 16s only, so’s a great escape while the kids are kept busy at the Kids Club. How prefect is this place! Sports wise there is tennis, table tennis, football, volleyball, gymnasium and cycle hire if you want to spread your wings beyond the site. There is a lively bar which is great for end of day wind down or night time fun where they run children’s discos, You can also hire rumble trucks (love the name!) and all terrain buggies as ways of helping the littlest feet get round the park.

Outside the camp there are plenty of historic French towns and cities such as Beziers and Agde that are well worth visiting to soak up the French atmosphere and you can also track down boat trips, golf, fishing, horse riding quad biking and dinghy sailing all within easy reach of campsite. Local attractions include worth visit. Reserve Africane which does what it says on the label and Aqualand Cap d’Age – a water park with 4 hectares (that’s lots to you and me) of waterslides and attractions for all the family.

Five Reasons to Book a Family Holiday to Serignan Plage

  • Mediterranean food
  • Weather
  • Safari tents
  • Water spa centre
  • Direct access to beach

Family Travel Guide to Languedoc – France

Languedoc is a stunning part of France that is all about sun, se and sand. It’s got all the ingredients for a fantastic family holiday – read our guide to Languedoc.

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  1. Ollie

    We stopped here during July last year. Our first thoughts were the size of the site, it’s very large so as you can expect it’s got a lively atmosphere. The pitches were fine although if you have bad neighbours it could be different story. The swimming pools and slides are great, the kids loved it. The list of onsite activities were endless the kids were never bored of things to do. The beach which can be accessed directly from the site makes a nice change from the pool.

    Loved it.

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