Camping haliotis

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  1. rickscott

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    Hi peeps,

    Maggie recommended this site to us,

    We have looked at the website, and so far it's looking good! The ferry crossing isn't too expensive either. (Portsmouth - St Malo) and hardly any travelling on the French side, for the kids to endure.

    Has anyone else on here stayed there recently? and whay did you think of the place?

    All comments welcome.....

    Rick & Jackie.

    P.S. :-

    The dates in mind are July 19th - 29th.
     
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  2. seanoo

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    hi rick and jackie, camping haliotis is a one of the best sites i have stayed on in france. nice facilities, bar and free wifi. the management are first class as well. pontorson is a great little town to boot , try la sqaudra for the best pizza. half hour cycle to mont st michel. have fun all the best sean
     
  3. lunarman

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    Have stayed there twice as previous poster says its a good site. The only thing is some of the pitches are bounded by large hedges and I think it gives the feeling of being hemmed in. They should give you the option of selecting your pitch, they did with us but that was in the low season.
     
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    Thought it was something to do with bad breath in tents :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    we also were able to choose our pitch either standard size or really large size, really nice peope that run it, was glad to see when i checked the website that although they had joined the kawan village sites the same family still ran it.
     
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    Hi guys. Just checked the web site out and it looks great. We have now booked a few days at the end of July. Our first trip abroad so fingers crossed!
    Looking forward to cycling to the Mont. If there are any other funsters there, we are in a Benimar from 27th - 31st July.
    Tom & Elaine :thumb:
     
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    Your not on your own, I did too but its HALIOTOTIS!:cry:

    Peter
     
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    Peter,:Rofl1: as long as we haven't got it
     
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    Thats what I thought when we went there but actually it is " A breath of fresh air" :thumb:
     
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