HiMorning guys has any body camped near port grimaud in France.never been there wat is to see and do info would be great. Cheers
You may well have delivered to me. The routier was a good restaurant we used it quite a lot in the winter as we had no time off when the site was open.Many years ago I used to deliver mobile homes to Prairies de la mer. Long before it became fashionable. I visited about 3 years ago and could not believe how the place had changed. When I first went there, the only restaurant was a Les Routier affectionately known as "The fat mans" which was just outside the campsite. The place now resembles Venice with prices to match.
Ronny Stamp was the main man in those days. Must be almost 40 years ago now.You may well have delivered to me. The routier was a good restaurant we used it quite a lot in the winter as we had no time off when the site was open.
Yeah got the acsi book this morning saves about £50 on four daysStayed at Prairies de la Mer earlier in the year - they are an ACSI site so price was very reasonable for the excellent facilities. Most of the site is now covered with holiday chalets, but the M/H area is still quite big with a choice of shaded or not pitches (we managed to pitch up right in the middle of a German M/H Rally, but they made us welcome). Port Grimaud is through the side gate, there's a good on-site supermarket and the beaches are fine. Bus outside the gate takes about 25mins into St Tropez. Would stay there again.