Route du Littoral
66702 ARGELES sur MER Cédex
9h – 16h30
Date of Visit: 29th July – 12th August 2017 Unit: Caravan
Yes we have been here before and yes we are going again, already booked next year.
So why a new review? Well we were in a different area this year and a couple of things have changed at the site.
SO you can read all about our 2017 trip here.
Continue reading “Camping Le Soleil Argeles-Sur-Mer 2017”
So back to thinking about our “Big Holiday”
I’ve had a bit of a re-think about the route. I’m thinking of going the Tolouse route again. We have never been down south via this route and after asking the question on some internet forums it seems that the Tolouse route generally has less traffic and is less hilly and just an easier drive.
Now the decisions start. When we get off the tunnel do we turn right or left?
Left means we are going to head down the A26/A1 and into Paris, across Paris to Orleans then down to Limoges on the A71/A20 and on to Tolouse. Which is probably the most direct route or do we…..
Turn right and go via Abbeyville, Rouen, Le Mans, Tours then cut across via the A85 and pick up the A20? Continue reading “Thinking About “The Big Trip” Again”
Back to planning,
So far we have planned where we are going, and how we are going to get there. So what next?
Well what to do when we get there? Is there anything of special interest to see or do in the area? Is there something that we just can’t live without seeing, doing?
We have been twice before so we have a fair idea of what is in the area but it’s always worth doing your research. Ah research the stuff the planning nerd dreams of. Continue reading “Planning The “BIG” Holiday Part 3″
Route du Littoral
ARGELES sur MER Cédex
August 2016 Unit 6 berth tent.
This was our first visit to this site but our 2nd visit to this area and indeed Angeles Sur Mer.
We found this site on the internet actually on Google Maps, looking at the area in satellite view. The plus for this site was that is was closer to the beach than the first site we had visited in this area. In fact it was almost right next door.
The site boarder is in fact the beach. Can’t get much closer. There is a short walk from the site through the small dunes to the wide sandy beach. The site have added a blue carpet like flooring on the path through the dunes which makes the walk very easy and even pushchair/wheelchair friendly.
The site is as far as we can tell independently owned but is very well kept and is used by all the major European Camping companies, keycamp, eurocamp etc… It’s not a small site with over 1000 pitches and we expected it to be very crowded. It wasn’t even though the site was full it didn’t feel too full.
Continue reading “Camping Le Soliel, Angeles Sure Mer, Roussillon South West France”