We have just returned from a 6 night stay at Holiday Green with Eurocamp. We did have a good time; but not due to the campsite or the staff. The weather was fantastic and the location of the campsite is great placed for sight seeing.
The caravan we stayed in was on a pitch with 5 other caravans and on gravel, no grass. The inside of the caravan was ok, but on the floor I kept finding dog hairs! When I mentioned it to the Eurocamp reps she said, oh yes, the previous people did have a big dog; so obviously not cleaned. The reps are lovely people, but do not have a clue.
The campsite is ok, but the large pool and small children's pool are not large enough for the number of guests staying on the campsite. The sunlongers need to be booked / paid for, on a daily / weekly basis and when the people who have booked them aren't there for a day, you can't use them, because they are booked out!? Also, when you enter the pool there is a large sign showing that footwear cannot be worn in the pool area. Everyone seemed to follow this rule and we left our shoes; unfortunately my husband had bought a new pair of leather flip flops and when we returned from the pool, they had been pinched. When we reported this to the reception, (who didn't appear to care) they told us to tell the swimming pool security, who quite frankly, didn't really care, they really couldn't be bothered with it (we should have taken them with us, I felt they were saying; eventhough there was a great big sign telling us to leave them there!) Also, my son left his sun hat on a peg and
yes, you guest it, it had vanished the next day and when we mentioned it to the staff, no one seemed to care. I think that was the worsed thing, that you've paid to go on holiday and no-one at this site really cares whether you have a good time or not; they are too busy doing their own thing......with one exception, the restaurant staff, they seemed very helpful. We would definately return to the South of France, but not to Holiday Green.