5 September 2022 at 08:12:10
This is our second Euro-camp experience. The park which is now classed as a resort is fantastic!
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We had the best week away here. The children loved every minute of it. It is very clean and the staff are really friendly. The cottages are very well equipped, with gas oven, hob, microwave, en-suite bathroom... to master bedroom. Decking area with bbq which is very easy to clean as it's just one large plate that goes across the bbq to cook food on.
This also has two sun loungers on, plus a table and 6 chairs.
The swimming pools were fantastic, one is heated with climbing wall, waterfall and hoops to swing/move across on. There are roughly 10 different slides in total. An adult pool which is also heated with jets too.
The pools are surrounded by palm trees and fake grass which is really comfy, the rule here is no shoe policy round the pools to keep them clean and there aren't any sun lounges BUT we found placing your towel down on the grass meant there was no limit to space for these like you get with sun loungers.
There is usually a gym water activity every morning from 10am for adults and a children's water activity, such as obstacle course around 5pm which are both held in the main pool.
The restaurants are lovey, they don't open until 7pm which is the same for all other restaurants in the surrounding area so if you want to eat a little earlier you would need to eat at your cottage really.
The park has everything you need, if you have a car there is a car garage there to help fix anything you need, plus a hoover and car wash area. A launderette, bakery, shop, ice-cream, crepe and waffle parlour, pizza take away shop which also offers curry, cooked chickens, cooked potatoes and microwave there for heating things up if needed.
The animation was amazing, we saw Simba a re-enactment of The Lion King - the show was fantastic. We also saw Abba which was brilliant as well.
The seating area is great as you can see the stage from pretty much anywhere you sit plus you can take your own food and drink down too.
You do ideally get to the seating area for around 8pm which is an hour before it starts to get front row seats but you could book a table which over looks the stage for around 28 euros adult and 12 euros for a child.
Over all - fantastic time away and would definitely go again!