We take care of everything…… except your bathing costumes!
Our little pool has grown and grown! In 2015, the Campsite got rid of its old pool and replaced it with a huge water park. The water park is open from 8 am to 8 pm. The water temperature is 28°C. When you arrive at the campsite you are issued with a wristband which allows you to access the water park. And sorry guys, I know you don’t want to hear this but lycra swimming trunks are compulsory on the grounds of hygiene and shorts and swimming shorts forbidden. Take a look at the photos below and check out the campsite’s water delights. Also check out (if you haven’t already done so) what we offer ‘young and old alike‘. Memorable experiences await you down at our pool, as we take care of everything …
Even the paddling pool!
We have thought of everyone: toddlers can splash about in the paddling pool, with their parents close by of course.
Even the waterslide and the wild water river!
Older children, who can swim, can go from pool to pool, wend their way under the bridges and waterfalls, negotiate the wild water river, and, best fun of all, take our immense water slide, over 44 metres long.
Even the jacuzzi!
While the kids play in the water, parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts, in short, the grownups, can laze in the sun on a lounger, unwind in the jacuzzi, do a few lengths in the main pool…
Even aqua gym!
Aqua gym classes are available for adults 3 times a week along with water events organised by our life guards in July and August.
Even your leisure time!
With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, there is rarely a day when you can’t enjoy the water park! You could almost imagine yourself on a remote island with all our palm trees (well, almost)… even when it rains, the water is heated to 28 degrees.
Even evenings by the pool!
Lots of events take place beside the pool, on Wednesdays, it’s pool night! Kids can continue to play in the water until 10 pm. And as the restaurant is right beside it, we’ve organised a mussels and chips evening so that parents can enjoy a meal without losing their offspring from sight.
As for safety, the Park is monitored by qualified life guards, who are on hand every day during pool opening hours (only in July/August). The life guards are there if there is a problem: they are not child minders and we would ask that parents monitor their children and make sure that they obey safety rules and respect their friends!