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Well our 4th stay at La Jenny, although it is the first for three years. So what has changed in those three years? Not a great deal in terms if the structure of the place. It's still well maintained, archery has a new building to...More
This was our first visit to La Jenny, however we have been to several naturist resorts globally before so knew what to expect.
The location is very easy to find, well sign-posted once you get close and on arrival there is plenty of parking outside...More
We have visited La Jenny twice, and it is by far the best family naturist resort we have been. Chalets of different types and prices. Restaurant, shops, horse riding facilities, sauna and fitness all on site. GREAT beach. If you bring a bike or rent...More
We stayed in Zone 49 ... to those new to La Jenny, the choice of zone is important. The low number zones are 'smurfland'; charming doll's houses grouped close together, all small style basic chalets and the oldest builds. The highest zone numbers are around...More
Chalet was great, well equipped, though I believe this varies depending on what facilities the owner has installed. In our case we had hotplates, a microwave, small oven, fridge and dishwasher. There is a good range of activities including golf, tennis, archery, boules, volleyball, and...More
First of all, don't expect the Club Orient weather! La Jenny is on the Atlantic coast and so is subject to big swings in temperature. When I was there last year in July, a few days hit 38 degrees, while others barely... More
First of all, don't expect the Club Orient weather! La Jenny is on the Atlantic coast and so is subject to big swings in temperature. When I was there last year in July, a few days hit 38 degrees, while others barely reached 20. And it can rain a lot. Also, the sea temperature will be lower than what you may have experienced elsewhere!
The language will not be a problem. My French is pretty terrible too, but enough of the staff spoke English for this not to cause any difficulties.
La Jenny is very family oriented, so how you get on travelling solo would depend on what you make of it. There are plenty of activities to get involved in: tennis, golf, archery, boules, etc., so I guess there would be no problem for a single person joining in here. If you just want to relax and enjoy the sea and the sun (it does shine quite a bit!) then it is a very easy going sort of place.
I flew into Bordeaux Merignac and hired a car there. It's an easy drive to Le Porge and La Jenny from Merignac. Bear in mind that the villages close to La Jenny are small, so if you want to do any shopping prior to... More
I flew into Bordeaux Merignac and hired a car there. It's an easy drive to Le Porge and La Jenny from Merignac. Bear in mind that the villages close to La Jenny are small, so if you want to do any shopping prior to arrival, make some plans in advance. The site itself does have a supermarket, but it necessarily has a limited supply of goods.
The only other thing is to avoid, at all costs, any airlines that fly into the Billi terminal. This is a metal shed used by some of the budget carriers and I guarantee it will ruin your holiday. (I have written a review elsewhere as have many others). As far as I know (and it was a long time ago) the main terminal is OK, however, so check where your airline will be taking you before booking.