A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Le Muy, Riviera & Provence area of France. Domaine de la Noguiere Campsite has 350 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. Domaine de la Noguiere Campsite is no exception; below is a summary of the activities you'll find to keep you all going throughout the course of your holiday:
You'll find a golf course on - or very close to - the park.
Enjoy a game of football at Domaine de la Noguiere Campsite.
Take part in some sports on offer.
Burn off a few calories in the gym.
Like fishing? You won't be disappointed here.
You can even try horse riding during your holiday.
There's water sports on offer - what a treat for your holiday.
Explore the holiday park on 2 wheels - and hire a bike!
Want to explore the park - take a look round the lake.
Want to explore? Domaine de la Noguiere Campsite could well be for you.
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won't stand a chance of getting bored!
These are the reviews for Domaine de la Noguiere Campsite. There are 42 reviews.
Had a fabulous holiday and can't wait to return next year. Heather from Northern Ireland (08 September 2015)
Generally overall the holiday was good. had a slightly end of season feel. the restaurant offer was pretty weak and as the parc was owned by a dutch family lacked a french experience. Richard from Monmouth (28 August 2015)
I would have expected a lot more facilities and better kids clubs than we had. most of it was in dutch and there were very few things that interested the children. Confirmed Holidaymaker (23 August 2015)
Great holiday and accomodation. Much enjoyed. John from Mold (23 August 2015)
Good site in a good position. Elizabeth from Ruthin (03 July 2015)
Overall everything was very good perfect. Marie from Fakenham (13 May 2015)
A lovely park with good facilities. it's close to lots of great places to visit so makes an ideal location for a holiday if you want something within driving distance of all the seaside resorts but a little quieter. Emma from Northampton (28 August 2014)
The park is dutch run, clean and well organised. The great majority of campers are dutch but the eurocamp tents are together so it is easy to find some brits to make friends with. No mosquitoes! the negatives are the plumbing - the hot water is surprisingly unreliable for showers or washing up. This is quite a problem. The road noise is noticeable - weigh up if that will bother you or not. . the positives are many - feels safe & friendly. Pool works well for kids, near to the town for supermarket. Beautiful scenery. We've been twice and would consider returning. I think you would enjoy it. Eurocamp all work brilliantly though there was was the issue with the coffee maker absence... Jonathan from Dereham (21 August 2014)
We stayed at 3 different sites during our holiday; this site was the main one. It was very hot, although we had 2 thunderstorms, one of which resulted in the tent being flooded. The site is dutch owned, which we did not realise when we booked, and lots of the activities and notices are in dutch. It would have been good to have known this before we went. However, all the campsite staff had good english and it did not really detract from our holiday. Barry from Slough (21 August 2014)
The park is lovely and very well set up. It was perfect for young children (ages 7 & 9). the pool is great and the park is not too big so the children could safely wander around on their own. There is a little road noise at night but we didn't notice it after a while. The park is very dutch orientated which is fine although as brits we felt slightly as outsiders. Having said that, the couriers do try to make entertainment accessible to french and english too. My only suggestion would be to have more traditional french dishes in the restaurant. It was nice food though and great that kids' meals are free if you order adult meals. My recommendation is to buy food from the local casino and book a couple of dinners in the restaurant. Jules from London (20 August 2014)
Park and facilities mostly adequate without being anything memorable. Packed in like sardines though. . le muy and immediate area very built up, think the description said it was a pretty, traditional provence village - hardly!. . 5/10kms away the area is beautiful and we spent most of our time in the mountains - stunning Nicholas from Cambridge (12 August 2014)
My fifteen year old daughter and I had a wonderful stay. Everyone on the campsite was friendly and the atmosphere was relaxing. The mixed gender toilets and showers were a surprise at first hence the nine rating for the camp. We soon got used to it though! would definitely return! Sarah from Sussex (08 August 2014)
Generally a good park a lot more busy than we were used to. The courier was very poor especially when compared with other eurocamp couriers. He was not interested in the welfare of campers at all and made no effort to see if we were happy during our stay. Tents could be cleaner too. Tobias (29 July 2014)
Excellent site. Excellent weather Brendan from Newbridge (29 June 2014)
Fantastic holiday, and i'd recommend a eurocamp holiday to any of my friends who'll listen (and I have been) Matt from Birmingham (20 June 2014)
Love love love eurocamp fantastic accomadation and locations great staff helpful and friendly. Not many children in may half term but other than that will definately holiday with them again Claire (31 May 2014)
We have been to this site before as it is overall an excellent place to have your base for exploring provence. The site is quiet with stunning views and a short trip to le muy for provisions. The courier thomas was outstanding and bent over backwards to ensure we had everythnig we needed - he even bought my son an ice cream when he fell off his bike. The best eurocamp courier ever!. . we would highly recommend this site. . Lewis from Bath, Uk (31 May 2014)
Liked the quiet site. Not too many english so really felt to be abroad Anne (23 May 2014)
We had an absolutely fantastic time on holiday and were very disappointed when we had to come home. The parc and facilities were excellent and I am really looking forward to booking next year. Darren from Hemyock (06 September 2013)
Not much in shop bread prices double to shop 2 mins down road n=and lots of road noise at night. Debbie from Kendal (02 September 2013)
Great family holiday under canvas! Victoria from Lancaster (31 August 2013)
We spent an enjoyable week in le muy. the campsite is set in an attractive setting in a very pleasant region of provence. The weather was great and we spent most of our time at the campsite with a few day trips. Tim from York (30 August 2013)
Small parc in a hot region. Great entertainment for children. Showers not always very powerful or hot though, small pitches compared to other sites visited with eurocamp and restaurant could be more casual with a cheaper and plainer menu. Simon from Horsham (29 August 2013)
We had a nice holiday but would definitely not return to this park. We weren't aware that it was run as a franchise of rcn which is a dutch company. All the staff are dutch, almost all of the campers were dutch and all of the entertainment is in dutch. There is no reference to the fact that you are actually in france other than the french tourist information leaflets. None of the staff converse in french so if you are after an authentic french experience with the opportunity to practice your french language skills as we were then this is not the place to go. Although the eurocamp couriers were pleasant enough we felt very much as outsiders as one of the very few english families on site. We also found that our fellow campers seemed to make very little effort to be friendly so our children were not only excluded from the entertainment programme, they didn't get the opportunity to make new friends to play with. Mrs from Bridgwater, Somerset (29 August 2013)
Beautiful setting, great weather, comfortable and clean camping. Jonathan from Dereham (21 August 2013)
We enjoyed our holiday but..... the camp was 90% dutch holiday makers and run by a dutch couple so everything was aimed at the dutch. The events organised by the camp were only described in dutch. The pool was clean though at times very crowded. The campsite was full of mosquitos and ants- perhaps you could suggest they use some insecticides. We definitely saw a rat one evening at the back of the tents. The tennis court had definitely seen better days , and having to spend 5 euros renting a court that was more pot holed than most english roads seemed a bit much. Phil from Foulridge , Lancashire (19 August 2013)
Very good. Camp was mostly dutch though Paul from Solihull (17 August 2013)
Not enough to do for teenagers, not enough areas to sun bath so this made you leave the site to head for the beach. Staff and eurocamp reps were excellent and very friendly and knowledgeable. Beverley from Cleckheaton (17 August 2013)
Enjoyed the holiday been to the region the previous year so knew what to expect. Helen from Winsford (15 August 2013)
The best holiday we had for 8 years as the smith family, made extra special by bill and judy, they were awsome! ! Daniel from Stroud (10 August 2013)
Disappointing site, many areas for improvement. We will not be returning here. Emma from Woodbridge (21 Jul 2013)
Great parc and really nice service. Fiona from Melbourne (11 Jul 2013)
We had an absolutly great time! very realxing and was nice to spend time with the family without all of te pressures of home. Christain from Hampton (29 Jun 2013)
The parc is quite crowded and not very quiet. There is also a lot of traffic noise the expensive food in the restaurant varies between below average to awful and on the plus side the facilities are extremely clean and tidy Bm from Bideford (28 Jun 2013)
Hi we had a great holiday here, but the noise from the busy road close by was very off putting being in a small rural park we would have proffered peace and quiet. . the park itself is pretty and the pool area great for the kids but there was no information in english only in dutch! . . our son fell on the slippy wet bath room floor badly injuring his chin and requiring medical treatment and there were no instruction's on how to get to the hospital apart from the dutch version, luckily we could decipher through out sat nav. . we did enjoy the area and our time there but in comparison with the other two camps we stayed this year we think this one comes 3rd and and a poor 5th out of all our eurocamp campsites to date. Louise from Scotland (27 Jun 2013)
Again another excellent holiday in france with eurocamp. Michael from East Leake, Loughborough (22 Jun 2013)
A perfect holiday, thank you! Jonathan from Whitehead (20 Jun 2013)
Had a reallly relaxed time pool was fab although a few to many rules they were not enforced at this time of year so fairly relaxed. . the curriers were very helpful. The lake(pond) was also a delight catching 12 pound mirror carp and cat fish. Rebecca from Somercotes, Derbyshire (15 Jun 2013)
Excellent parc and facilities. We had never been to an eurocamp before but will definitely go again Steve from Southampton (01 Jun 2013)
The park was lovely, the accommodation was very good, ie comfortable, clean, ect.. I think the park needs some sort of entertainment programme as if you want to stay on site there is nothing to do apart from the pool or fishing. Sarah from Suffolk (25 May 2013)
A lovely calm parc, within easy reach of the coast. Plenty to do in the area - markets, canoeing, walking and sightseeing. We cannot speak highly enough of the couriers, bill and judy. They had loads of info in the reception and a library of books and games, and were very friendly and approachable. Plenty of showers and hot water, kept in an excellent condition. Janet from Teignmouth (24 May 2013)
No bar open for 2 days no takeaway open 2 of our 3 days on site Anthony from Ebbw Vale (21 May 2013)