The facilities are in fine condition at this small-scale campsite. A path leading from the campsite quickly takes you to the long sandy beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. This campsite, therefore, is popular with families who like to spend their days on the beach and for water sports. There are also many interesting day trip possibilities in the Languedoc-Rousillion region.
Tall pine trees
The spacious pitches are situated along paved pathways. Many pitches benefit from the shade offered by the tall pine trees which are situated on the grounds. The campers at Le Bosquet, primarily families with children, mostly come from abroad. In the peak season, you will find many French families here as well. Those arriving without their own camping equipment can make use of one of the mobile homes.
Swimming and massages
In the front part of the campsite is a small and charming swimming pool. At the back of the campsite, you will find a gate which leads to a paved pathway along the Têt river, which ends four hundred metres further down at the beach. The sandy beach of Sardinal is no less than nine kilometres long and offers plenty of water sports opportunities.
There is a supervised area on the beach from June to September. You can join in with the free daily aqua gym sessions in July and August. What makes this campsite unique is the little hair salon, where you can also get beauty treatments and massages.
The small shop at the reception is sufficient for your essential daily groceries. Next to the swimming pool, you will find a patio and a snack bar, which also offers a takeaway service for French fries and pizza. Le Bosquet's sanitary facilities are simple but clean and are centrally situated on the campsite grounds.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Campsite Le Bosquet every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 8.2
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- Swimming pool
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What a cracking campsite. The pitches are various sizes and shapes so there’s a pitch to suit everyone. We were told to just pick one as it is early in the season. The camp site is really informal and friendly. The staff are brill, always a ‘bonjour’ and a smile as we tried to converse with them in our pidegon French.
The beach is a 500m walk away down a path at the side of the camp, and if the dog goes in for a swim, there is a doggie shower to rinse off your furry friends before returning to your motorhome. A supermarket about a 5 minute drive away, although you can get fresh bread at the onsite shop by ordering it the day before. The snack bar does good food, burgers, fries, pizzas. As it was early in the season there was no entertainment, and that really wasn’t a problem for us, armed with iPads and Sky Go. There are playgrounds for the children and the pool area is certainly geared towards them. I braved the pool just once, on a hot day. It was bracing to say the least, and could do with it being a slightly higher temperature assuming its climate controlled. And there seemed to be loads of ants everywhere on the swimming terrace, so much so that I did not pullout one of the sun lounges for a read. Again, maybe too early in the season for action.
In the main it’s a quiet site at night and most of the day, although there is occasional noise breaking through from the much larger surrounding campsites. And it’s really dog friendly, so expect some barking during the day. After all, that’s how dogs communicate. But in the main you can read your book to the sound of the wind rustling in the trees, and the birds chattering. It’s the kind of place you could spend a few weeks at, just relaxing, and we did. Three weeks in all, and will definitely be returning if they will have us.
Really good site the site owner Jonathan Laude his wife and staff could not be more helpfully. We had a problem with our fridge while we were there and they arranged for a mobile service engineer to come and fix the problem, he was there within 2 hours where as bigger concerns !! could not be bothered
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 06-04-2019 till 05-10-2019
- 1.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 71 (70 - 100m2)
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Washing, washing-up, cooking
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Address & Route
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Campsite Le Bosquet
av. des Anneaux du Roussillon
66140 / Canet-Plage
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Coordinates: 42°42'32"N 3°1'59"E
A9 exit 41 Perpignan-Centre dir. Barcarès/Canet via D83 and D81. In Canet dir. Ste Marie at first roundabout then direction 'Zone technique du port' and follow camping signs.
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