Sunny seaside french site required

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  1. Mousy

    Mousy Funster Life Member

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    Farewell fellow Funsters, we strike for the coast and tides of France on the morrow.

    We ramble in search of sun, wine and sea.

    We have 10 days from Calais, we're thinking of La Rochelle etc but....weather not looking promising so any ideals?

    Locations preferred by the beach, aires or sites but would like to use our loungers/awnings etc

    Any recommends?
     
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    Of course, I can't guarantee the sun :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    I have noticed that all the French beaches I've seen so far seem HUGE compared with ours. They seem to stretch to the far horizon at each end (unless there are cliffs to break the view) and more often than not they seem far less crowded than British beaches. :thumb:

    Wyn
     
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    The weather looks ok in Southern Brittany for next week.

    We have stayed here a few times

    http://www.camping-plage.com/en/

    Edit - just noticed it doesn't open until 3rd May though.
     
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    If time permits try to head down the coast towards Biarritz apparently it is one of the better climates where the French go to retire as an alternative to the Med. and there are some nice aires down there
     
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    See you in Biarritz then Mousy, the gin and tonics are on me:Cool::thumb:
     
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    Coops, Think it's our turn for the gin, see you tomoz.

    Thanks for all the help fellow Funsters, bedtime reading for moi. :thumb:
     
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