Have just returned from 11 nights on this campsite. Being peak season it was totally full and even though we booked weeks ago the only pitch we could get was opposite the bar with live music every night. What a pleasant surprise, for us it was the perfect spot, all the young children rode around on bikes and congregated by the bar (with table football etc) so no wandering round looking for our 8 year old son, he just passed by regularly whilst we sat outside our motorhome and sipped wine ! The music was neither too loud or too awful but it always went on beyond the promised 11pm, but what the heck we were on holiday.
Despite the site being full we never had to wait for showers and the service blocks were always clean with plentiful hot water.
The pool is big and clean and deep enough for children to jump and dive in safely, there are lots of sunloungers and it was always possibly to find one, tho' finding some shade was more difficult.
The site has direct access to a lovely sweep of clean sand with gently sloping sea and it felt a very safe place to bathe.
There is a small shop with all the essentials.
The area around is salt lakes with lots of bird spotting and fishing opportunities. The campsite is at the end of the run, nearer to Frontignan there is a lot of development but around the campsite it is more natural and open.
There are quite a few cycle paths near by but they don't always join up too well, and are not great ways to get around, this could be improved a lot, but thats not the fault of the campsite.
Overall I would consider a second visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The sea air, the sand under your feet, the sound of the waves, blue colours all over, the spicy fl avours of the south of France, that’s what life is all about on camping Les Tamaris !Our exceptional location off ers you a direct access to the beach of Frontignan, allowing you to stay close to nature during your holiday, and truly relax in a setting that is perfect for farniente in the sun and along the sea. The region counts 320 sunny days per year! ... more less