At Campsite Lou Village in Valras-Plage (Hérault) camping costs as little as €15,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 100 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-05-2017 - 06-07-2017 and 25-08-2017 - 10-09-2017. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A good, friendly campsite with plenty to do. Direct access to the sea with a lovely beach. There is also a fabulous leisure pool. The owners do all they can to satisfy everyone. Communal fun, for those who want it, is high on the list. 2.5 km from centre of Valras-Plage and the delightful harbour at Port-Vendres.
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Average rating: 7.6Add a review
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Very clean site. Toilet and shower facilities excellent. Always being cleaned. Lovely swimming pools. Reception staff very helpful. Perhaps grass could have been cut on pitches, but ok. Short walk to beach.
What can I say but FANTASTIC. We stayed here in August 2011. I looked at all the other sites close-by while we where there and this is the best. This is the nearest camp site to the beach. It has a great swimming pool with bar area and shop, also takeaway. A short walk of a few miles takes you in to valras plage or you can get on the little train that runs past all the camps in the area and main shops for a few euros each return all day and in to the night. You can get a time table from the driver. The camp is just outside Valras plage and is in Vendres plage so head for this when arriving or you will go via Valras plage town which is tight for caravans. Toilets are spotless and seam to be cleaned by a lady everytime I went there, showers are warm but that's all you need as it is very hot there. Toilets are a hole in the gound type or normal but, have no seat or toilet roll but this is normal in France. Would we go back, YES, we didnt want to leave. 9/10
The site was infested with mosquitoes from the stagnent pools between the site and the beach. The beach was a mess with loads of piles of driftwood and worst of all there was no hot water for the showers, after complaining about the cold showers I was told to run the water for 10 to 15 minutes for it to get through or even go along all the water points and press them all to get the hot water to come through, but after more than 15 minutes holding the water valve in I just gave up any hope of having a shower so we only stopped the 1 night instead of the full week. Very dissapointed with the campsite overall and certainly will never return a total waste of time and money travelling almost 1000 miles to visit this site.
late answer, but answer anyway...
the whole shower system is designed for many people at the same time (summer/high season conditions).. so in low season, you indeed have to wait longer time for all the pipes to be filled with warm water (usually not more than 5/6 minutes)... it is just a pity that your holidays were \"wasted\" because of this small problem (you do not say that the toilets/showers are the cleanest of all the campsites of the area)...we have so many people coming back every year, who perfectly understand that low season has its pros ands cons..
We chanced on this in the low season and we could choose our own pitch. Reasonable size pitches for so close to the beach. Not all toilet facilities were open. Showers were often lukewarm and being September they could have been a little warmer. Excellent pools for both adults and children. Site could have had better lighting at night. The site has direct access to a great beach. Nearby Beziers and Narbonne well worth visiting. Local town of Valras Plage had a nice promenade and a relaxed ambiance. The local Hypermarket was excellent. We would definitely go there again but would reach it by the much less busy road to Vendres Plage and not through the narrow streets of the Valras Plage as given in the ACSI book.
This is a lovely site but be aware that thieves are active when you are out during the day and several units were broken in including ours during our stay at the end of June 2010 The site management were not interested in the security issues on the site which has put me off returning here.
This evaluation has been obtained by our inspector from a questionnaire at the camp site.
- Period of opening
- 01-05-2017 till 10-09-2017
- 7 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 100 (80 - 100m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Campsite Lou Village
chemin des Montilles
34350 / Valras-Plage
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From Valras the campsite is located by the sea just before La Yole, path on your left, about 200 metres left. Follow signs campsite Valras Plage Ouest.
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