We visited for 8 days at the end of August 2013 and all wished we could stay longer. The site was busy yet friendly, not cheap - but not expensive either.
Accommodation: We had a fairly standard Yeloh! cottage (better described as a static caravan) - which had 3 bed rooms, 1 double and 2 smaller rooms with twin single beds in them. A dining area and small kitchen corner, WC and separate shower room. It was practical (if not fairly basic) but best to warn anyone who's considering such a rental that it's more than a little cramped. However we ate outside on our lovely fairly private wooden deck most evenings so the "cottage" itself was fine for sleeping / resting and limited cooking (Hob and Microwave only).
Site Facilities: These were excellent, the new Splash park was a real hit with the kids - they'd have used this every day if they had the choice. The bigger pool too was clean, not cold and had two good slides (my youngest daughter spent hours literally sliding down, getting straight out of the pool, climbing the steps and repeating the process!). In the evenings a small play area with a small ride on electric car track (1 euro for a few minutes), carousel and a raised area (netted) with 6 mini trampolines was available too. These were busy and the kids loved them too. There are 2 main restaurants on site, we only tried the Balaneo one and had a really nice evening meal here.
Side note, there was barely any cars around the site, the maids used bicycles with trailers, and the occasional maintenance team drove carefully round in little electric cards - a big thumbs up for their green credentials (and making the roads safe for the many children walking / cycling / scootering and even riding powered skateboards (also available to hire).
Entertainment: Disappointingly we only found the Balaneo evening entertainment on the last day, otherwise we'd have gone more often. It was just a guy on a guitar and a vocalist, but it great to sit and listen to with a glass of wine in hand (unfortunately it was too late for the kids to stay up and join us though). The main Patio area had lively entertainment every night - we enjoyed two evenings there, but when we watched one which had mostly dialogue rather than dancing we were a bit lost (It was unsurprisingly all in French). In fairness most people at the site seemed to be French, or spoke French fluently so this seemed entirely acceptable.
The entertainment team were excellent, spoke all languages and seemed to have a thoroughly good time whether they were leading teams of kids in clubs throughout the day, appearing for seemingly impromptu dancing at the poolside (more accurately in the shallows) or running the evening shows.
Food: The mini supermarket had most of everything, fruit and veg shop was well stocked, bakery was excellent and a must every day for fresh bread and croissants. I should also mention the fishmonger who did a fantastic Paella (fish and rice only, no chicken) on a massive outdoor wok - I think they did this twice. I got one large portion, just enough for two people to share for 20 Euros (not cheap, but it was well worth it). I didn't try the butchers, but their rotisserie chicken looked excellent too.
We also had Pizza and Frites from the takeaway (approx 8-10euros each) and these were delicious too.
The big Hyper-U Supermarket up the road was only a 5-10 minute drive and stocked pretty much anything you could want - it also had a cash machine, petrol station and on the same site a McDonalds where you could get free WiFi. On site the WiFi seemed a bit expensive (sorry I didn't keep a record of the price), so McDonald's was a pretty good option for catching up on emails etc.
Beach: I was a bit worried about the nearby nudist beach - even though it was a lot closer than I'd expected, it wasn't a problem at all. In fact you wouldn't have known it was there unless you walked through the fence or along the shallows (and plenty of people did seem to walk along the waters edge - sightseeing?). The beach wouldn't win any beauty awards, but it was very pleasant. Nice sand, and the shallows seemed to go-on for ever, no waves - great for children. We hired a paddle board for an hour one day (approx 10 euros for the hour) and this was a lot more fun than I expected - we all successfully paddled it, even my 6 yr old daughter.
We're seriously considering going to Serignan Plage again next year (despite the modest accomodation), but if we don't, we will definitely visit another Yeloh! site and be happy to recommend them to others
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