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Camping du Letty
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

After a 6 hour drive from Cherbourg we arrived at Le Letty after a disastrous journey and a stopover site hiccup, a day early. As the site was full, reception helped us out by allowing us to stay in the late arrivals car park and use the onsite facilities for free. Next morning our pitch was vacant and we were able to get on at 9am.
We pitched in Les Sternes, with a spectacular view of the beach and close to amenities. We did have a bit of trouble getting onto the pitch due to the hedges, but our Dutch neighbours helped us push on.
Our nearest amenities block was a little dated, but actually perfect. Lots of the other campers were drawn to the more modern block in the opposite direction, so left the less attractive block quieter. Showers were powerful and hot and I never once waited considering the amount of people camping. It was also pretty clean and you regularly saw staff cleaning. We took our French toilet bag, containing toilet paper and hand gel as it was very French with the toilet roll outside and no soap. They seem to be working on that though as other blocks did have that.
The kids loved the pool, which we used daily. The indoor pool was ideal for the cooler days. You couldn't always get a sunbed, but that was mainly due to greedy families hogging loads of beds that they weren't all using.
The beach was as described by other reviewers - course sand, like tiny shingle. Beach shoes are a must! There is a permanent current, but once the tide goes out, the beach is perfect for rock pooling. Crabs galore so don't forget nets. The water is crystal clear and full of fish and interesting things.
We took our bikes with us and hardly used our car. Benodet is a quick bike ride from the site entrance and Carrefour a little further. We rode there most days to buy our food.
Super U and Lidl can be found a few miles away by car in the Quimper direction and LeClerc Hypermarket in Fousenant, the next little town. There's also Decathlon at Quimper or Concarneau if you want to buy beach stuff or a Paddleboard if you feel left out.
The site is busy and a little noisy until after 11pm, but we went with the flow and let the kids stay up late and sleep in. Maybe ear plugs would be helpful if you are a light sleeper.
Although we paid more for staying at Le Letty than we would have liked, we saved money by having so much to do on site, rather than going out to find entertainment. There are lots of English families on site and we made some lovely Dutch friends.
The playpark is a little tired and right at the top of the park, so not very child friendly. They could do with a more Central park, so the kids can make friends.
We enjoyed trips out to Quimper and its beautiful cobbled streets and Concarneau, but Concarneau was really busy due to the Blue Nets Festival. The walled old town was really picturesque and we found free parking at the station. We also cycled around Benodet and it's marina, following a very nice cycle track.
The onsite shop had lots of food choice and beach stuff if you'd forgotten anything, but as expected a little pricey. Snack bar was also reasonable and good portions.
We stayed the last 2 weeks in August and although it was heaving when we arrived the site emptied towards the end of our visit and we would probably visit as late as possible next year.
We definitely be back.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
4  Thank Frances O
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

First time in France, first time in motorhome.
Camping Du Letty is a lovely friendly site. As a previous reviewer stated, it's a large site but feels small due to the hedge and shrub/tree planting... very pretty also.
The beach is in close proximity, and there are pluses and minuses. There is an estuary with a very powerful current - on one day we saw 7 children saved by holiday makers. The lagoon appears perfectly safe when the tide is coming in, and it's an ideal place to try your SUP Board or Kayaking skills. There are lots of opportunities to snorkel, swim and paddle - just keep your eye on the tide. Further on outside of the estuary there are some great waves. The water is crystal clear though sea-weedy at the mouth and edge of the estuary. That said we spend lots of time down there.
The on-site pool was good fun, if you like your water a bit warmer then the inside pool will be perfect for you. Both pools have fun items for the children including slides, waterfall, jacuzzi, lazy river etc.
Our pitch was a large comfort pitch and was perfect for our needs.
The site is monitored for excessive noise after 11pm, and though the noise from the pub/club varies we could just about hear it from the outer edges.
There are quite a few toilet blocks, with showers, sinks, dog wash facility (complete with fur dryers!!), wetsuit wash/shower, laundry room, ironing room etc. My only comment about the facilities would be that the showers were a tad messy/grassy but cleaned often... purely foot traffic. I was taken by surprise on my arrival as I didn't realise that the toilets were unisex :-)
We used the shop for necessities, and we had pizza from the on-site deli on our last night. Worth every penny and very friendly staff.
Be prepared to take your rubbish/recycling to the entrance of the camp daily, as if the weather is hot your rubbish bag will smell. It's nice though not to see bins swarming with wasps etc about... good idea.
All in all great holiday.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank Tri-Trio
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

Excellent site with friendly staff. Large pitch with very clean ablution blocks with onsite laundry. Pool and beach were fantastic, one let down was the lack of sun beds at the pool if arriving late.
The site was very close to the town with lovely walks across the coastal paths and great cycle rides. I would highly recommend this campsite.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

First time camping in France and what a amazing place to do it, can't fault this place it's immaculately kept and the pool and beach areas are amazing our 7 yr old absolutely loved it, really lovely staff and great weather, will definitely be back next year.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Lee H
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Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

Well after my third visit in five years it will sadly be my last we paid for a big pitch and got one barley big enough to accommodate our motorhome, currently being looked into by our booking agents it has grown massively in the time we have been coming and sadly lost its charm, should one unit catch fire then sadly it would have a domino effect on those around it took a nine point turn to get off our pitch very disappointed and we left four days early because of the noise from the bar.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank Geoff E
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