The saturday night music was quite too loud. Horrible. On the other days, it was chilling. We loved the food shop with the fresh breads and croissants. Claire from the service was gorgeous and very sympathic.
We stayed in high season with our camping van. Good thing is that there are no fixed spots, just find yourself a place to camp. However, electricity spots are not sufficient for number of guests. Small swimming pool, but OK given the nearby beach. But pool is only accessible during daytime (10-18 hrs). Seems to fit their cleaning cycle, not thinking from the guest point of view.... Arriving later of away for a day trip means no swimming for that day. Shower was either too cold or too hot and not adjustable. Long rows for facilities in peak times. Cleaning was limited - walls in showers seem not to be cleaned for years - and frequency not up to the number of guests. Washing dishes was really difficult. Apart from the lack of hot water, the sink was too small for putting in your own washing tube nor a stop was provided to close the sink. Also no place to drip-dry the dishes. The message to keep the place clean was not supported by providing a simple garbage bin for throwing away the residues from the dishes. And I do not mention the smell at this part of the facility building.... Free wifi is available near the pool, shop and restaurant, however toooooo slow to be useful. Try at night time for higher speeds. Shop has limited stuff, but necessities are there. Long opening hours! Cars were not supposed to be parked at your camp, but at the parking lot. However, this was not being forced at all. The prices are up to high-end facilities (over € 55 for a 4-person family with a van).…
I've already been here twice, unfortunately just for a few days. The campsite is really pretty, the toilets are clean and the staff are friendly. The restaurant offers delicious food, also a few gluten- free options for my coeliac boyfriend. The beach is about 800m away but it's well worth the walk. The sea is amazing and if you keep walking towards Saleccia you will find loads of little and intimate beaches where you can spend the whole day by yourself. Highly recommended, though a bit more expensive than other campsites.
massive rip-off! we didn't stay in the end as they wanted 55 Euro per night for a dusty & overcrowded site with filthy toilets...most of the site seems to be on uneven ground and while they give some shade the roots from the trees mean there is little space without disruption. Pool was small and over-crowded too- not what I'd expect for the price- we moved up the coast and got a much better deal right on the beach in a clean and spacious site
Nice camping, be careful on arrival - we missed the crossroads and had to hark back. The beach is 10 minutes of walk far but we didn't find how to cross the mouth of the river. There is a small minimarket (fresh baguettes every day) and a restaurant in the camp. Price is reasonable - 20 Euros per person (tent, car). Bathrooms are clean and spacious but little bit oldfashioned. The receptionist can speak English and is very nice.
It's a very free camping, with mini-market, a good restaurant, bar, a pool and a little gym area. There are several bathrooms that are clean but almost completely outdoor. Prices are affordable, although not cheap. You can find a beautiful beach in 10 minutes walk.
We spent 2 night in this camping set in a convenient position to explore the Agriates and the Ostriconi beach. The beach is not particularly beautiful. The camping reception is not the kindest and not really helpful, actually quiet annoying. Toilets are quiet dirty. Avoid it if you can or consider it a stop and go camping. You have some alternatives to the camping though, some Auberge a la Ferme (farms renting rooms) very close to the place which I would recommend when you need a stop driving the D197 west. The road from the Ostriconi to Ile Rousse is really worth driving, it's a short wonderfully panoramic road. Be aware: it can be extremely busy on high season's rush hours, so plan not to cross it when tourists are getting back from the beaches. Not to miss a drive through the D71 through Belgodere and Speloncato lovely villages and eagles flying above your head down in the valleys.…