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We stopped here in a motorhome for one night (3 x adults).
It was fine for our needs, we walked along the beach into town for dinner, came back, slept and left.
The site lacked any real atmosphere or feel, but it was off season....More
Response from Sylvie M, Chargée de Clientèle at Camping de la BriseResponded 26 May 2017
Thank you for your comment. It is a real pity that you did not stay longer ! You would have discovered all that makes the charm of the region and the campsite. Looking forward to welcoming you again.
We had read good reviews about this place, but when we arrived, it was really stormy and difficult to put up the tent. Can't blame the camping site for this though. But the soil was hard as a rock, and it was almost impossible to...More
Response from Frédéric M, Directeur général at Camping de la BriseResponded 22 July 2016
Dear Dudess, thank you for giving your opinion on our site. We are sorry that the floor was hard, but you arrived after much sun. However we are glad you enjoyed the pool. Concerning the English we train our staff every year even though we...More
Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is a lovely town that everyone should visit. In late March, La Brise seemed to be the only site open. It is a huge site, but only the camper/caravan section was open, and this was well-supported with lots of people staying. Unfortunately, the site...More
We went there on a trip to Spain.
Well, probably because it was out of season the camping was abandoned to his own destiny. Spots were durty and waste of dogs everywhere.
Probably (I hope so) in summer it look different.
The location is nice...More
Highlights. They rent a refrigerator and they are located just beside the beach.
Negative points. The campsite is not made for campers with no car (those who arrive just with their tent). They don't have a single tree near the area where the tents can...More