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A must if you vacation in the south! Cool down when it’s over 30°C outside, relax and play, the 115m² of our pool await you.
You’re well on your way to your destination, the kids in the back are asking “Mom, are we there yet?” “when can we get to the pool?” Nothing beats a refreshing dip in the pool to relax as soon as you arrive. If you’d like, take your time and enjoy the pool, even before registering. Just drop by and tell us you’ve arrived, then come back later, relaxed and refreshed, to complete the paperwork.
The pool area is obviously secured, fully fenced-in with a locked gate so that small children cannot gain access without an adult.
The deep end has a constant depth of 1m50 allowing for swimming or playing. With a 115m² surface, there will be plenty of room to enjoy. Important detail, especially for off-peak season: the pool is heated! The heating is managed in line with our eco-responsible camping values, meaning that we turn it on when the weather conditions are favourable. Mind you, it’s not the same as in the bath: we target 25°C, the temperature recommended by the health authorities.
The swimming pool is open every day, from 10am. As we like to take our time on our small, quiet, natural campsite, and enjoy the evenings when we’re on holiday, we leave access free until 9pm in summer, and even 10pm for night-time hours!
Need a little break after playing with the kids? Enjoy the lounge chairs around the pool. You can stay shaded under the umbrellas, or under the trees close by.
What to wear at the pool ? We have the usual rule: boxer swimsuits, bermuda shorts or boardshorts are not permitted in the pool area. Pretty common rule, but do you know why? It’s because these types of shorts could potentially be worn all day. By keeping them out of the pool, the goal is to protect water quality and limit contamination from dirty clothing. Also, ample shorts usually have pockets. Things like papers, small objects could be left in the pockets and end up floating in the pool, and we don’t want that! Less contamination in the pool means less chemical usage, and that’s good for the skin, and the environment !
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