Having stayed at in holiday village "chalets" (= static caravan) in previous years, we though we'd try something a little more spacious this time. The "villa" was great, comprising a large kitchen/diner/lounger area, with three bedrooms, a full bathroom and a shower room. It was well furnished and with all necessary appliances. There was a patio area with outside seating and a small pool which was great for kids and just floating around. Unlike holiday villages there was little organised activity on site, and the central snack bar was small, with a basic menu of take-away food and the central pool area seemed infrequently used, which was a shame.
The on-site a la carte restaurant served excellent food, but was moderately expensive (~30 euros pp) plus drinks; there were a couple of local cafes in walking distance, though everything else required driving.
So we soon figured out that for most activities/entertainment we'd need to head out in the car. There was no shortage of things to do in the wider area though!More
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