Camping les Dunes
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a lazy day around the campsite yesterday walking down to lake Jaunay in the morning and then swimming in the afternoon. The weather was a sunny 24 degrees. Forty two Of us enjoyed a Rally Meal at the Auberge by the lake in the evening which involved a two mile return walk down the hill to the lake. The the three course meal cost 16 euros including wine and comprised a tasty cheese and ham puff ...
Yesterday we left St Jean de Luz and drove 240 miles to Chataillon Plage near La Rochelle where we stayed the night on a pleasant Campsite near the beach. The temperature was a warm and sunny 23 degrees. We enjoyed a pleasant walk along the beach which was covered with many oyster shells, followed by a swim in the pool before going to bed. Today we completed the journey to Le ...
Weds 13th May
The mystery of the payment was made this morning when I went to the dustbin and discovered a machine that gave water for 3 euros, electricity for 3 euros, overnight stop 6 euros + 1.40 tourist tax, all payable by card …..oops, we have just had a free night! So we quickly left and hoped for the best. We had a lovely drive along the coast through a forest area and alongside the marshes ...
... we found the church up on the hill….puff, puff, puff go the old fogies, boy were we glad of a sit down in a pew when we got there. It had the most beautiful stained glass windows we have ever seen, each one telling a different story. Back down in the town we walked along a boardwalk that ran around a lake just behind where we were parked, then sat for a while and watched the world ...
Today we made an earlier start to travel 3 hours north to another larger seaside town, Les Sables d'Olonne. We had organised with our Couchsurfing friends, Carole and Yoann to meet for lunch and visit the town. Today we took 'Karen' with us deciding the 'Homer' had led us down too many narrow lanes. She gives more instructions, particularly on roundabouts ( and we have passed through hundreds as traffic lights appear not to exist here) than Homer and we arrived on time. ...