Campsite Lou P'tit Poun - 4 stars Campsites, Mobile Homes in Saint-Martin-de-Seignanx

Opening hours

Closed

  • Monday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Tuesday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Wednesday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Thursday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Friday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Saturday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm
  • Sunday 09:00 am - 12:00 am 03:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Opens May 4 at 09:00 am

Closing

  • from September 16, 2023 to May 3, 2024

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Useful information

  • Qualité Tourisme
  • La Clef Verte
  • Acsi
  • Sites & Paysages

Location : In the countryside

No of stars : 4

Province : Landes South coast

Services

  • Bar
  • CampingCard
  • Children playground
  • Chèques Vacances (Holiday voucher)
  • Credit card accepted
  • Disable access
  • English spoken
  • German spoken
  • Heated Pool
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Internet : WIFI
  • Mobile Homes / Chalets rental
  • Mobile Homes rental
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Take away
  • Terrace
  • Waterslides
  • English
    • Campsite located 10 km from Bayonne, 15 km from Capbreton and Biarritz, 10 km from the ocean and about 40 km from Spain and the Pyrenees, in the Landaise d'Aquitaine countryside, the Lou P'tit Poun offers you an extraordinary retreat to get some fresh air, rediscover nature, go to the beach, go for a family hike on foot or by bike and discover the towns and villages of a naturally radiant region.

      The Lou P'tit Poun campsite offers green stays, with the possibility of renting a mobile home, a wooden bungalow, or setting up your tent or caravan on pitches dedicated to camping. Holidays are all about enjoying nature and the outdoors, playing in a park, swimming in the heated swimming pool, or even for the youngest, enjoying the games and activities on the campsite.

      In a very wooded and flowery environment, holidaymakers staying in the Landes at Lou P'tit Poun will be able to enjoy the joys of swimming in the aquatic area of ​​the camping. It consists of two large heated swimming pools, 2 toboggans, a children's pool with fun games, an infinity whirlpool baths and several balneotherapy areas (with swan and air sofas).

      As for those who prefer to lie down on a lounge chair and bask in the sun, they will find several spaces here around the pools where there are many deckchairs and parasols.

      Let the more cautious rest assured, they will always have the opportunity to bathe in water at a good temperature thanks to its heated swimming pool. Something to delight swimming and relaxation enthusiasts who come to enjoy this pleasant aquatic area from 10am to 8pm.


      Campsite open from 4 May to 15 September 2024
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Traveller Reviews Campsite Lou P'tit Poun

4.1 sur 5 307 reviews

  • Rebekah Mundy

    5 sur 5 Reviews posted by Rebekah Mundy on 08/08/2023

    Stopped here for one night on way back up through France from Spain. When we had had enough driving I googled sites near us and called them to see if they could accommodate us - reception spoke excellent English. We arrived just before reception shut and were made very welcome. Big pitch close enough to showers/loos etc. Showers shut overnight so make sure you take an early shower - toilets stay open;-) Toilets (no seats) and showers were clean and plenty of hot water. There were a large group of young very excited young boys running around a little out of control, banging shower doors, running through our pitch etc - apparently they had been there for a football tournament so were excited. Maybe ensure that large groups of children have sufficient amount of adults with them to supervise! It was great when they went to bed! The bar/restaurant on site was shut which was a shame. The pool was great, we relaxed off in it after our 7 hour drive. The site was on the pricey side but the facilities were very good, we would use the site again. Thank you for accommodating us;-)

  • Carolyn Dexter

    2 sur 5 Reviews posted by Carolyn Dexter on 22/08/2023

    This is a tale of 2 weeks. First of all let me state what we paid. Around 970E for the two week stay. It was the most expensive site of our 3 month tour. We appreciated that we stayed in high season but expected a fantastic stay. Unfortunately for the first week we didn’t. We had paid for an XXL pitch with electricity, water and drainage. We were shown to a field. Our facilities point was quite a way from our pitch. Not to worry as we have very long cables. The problem came on the first night when folks arrived for a one, two or 3 night stay and everyone was rammed onto this area. This happened every day. There were not enough points for everyone. Indeed the main post had around 8 electricity outlets and the owners had to provide “splitters” and extension leads for nearly 100 meters! We had people arriving and unplugging our electric and water outlets. There were a few confrontations when we put ours back in. We did mention this to the site to ask them to tell anyone arriving to leave our electric and water alone. It honestly became like staying in an Aire with everyone cramped in fighting for space. It was not relaxing at all. You couldn’t sit outside in the evening and enjoy your meal as it was like being in a car park with everyone on top on you. We looked around the site daily to see if there were any suitable pitches we could move to but unfortunately there wasn’t. At the start of the second week we found a pitch that was empty and moved on to that. From then on it was like being on a different site. We were in a small cul de sac so had no one driving past us all the time with our own services and hedges separating the pitches. This was more like it. The second week was great. On arrival we were asked for our passports. This is the first time in 7 years visiting France that we have been asked for them. Not a problem but strange. We were given no information about the site or the area. Indeed when we asked for a map we were shown to the front window and told to take a photo! We were given a leaflet with rules and instructions on - eg not to hang washing lines between trees. However everyone appeared to ignore this, so it’s obviously not enforced. The pool and pool area is very small for the size of the site. For A 4* site it could do with a general tidy up. We saw no maintenance in the time we stayed. You are given cards which allow you two 5 minute showers a day. Not a problem for us as we used our own. The facilities block is quite a walk from the grass field. There aren’t enough for the amount of people on site and they could do with being modernised. They are clean. The dump point is right near where people are washing up! The reception is closed from mid day until 3pm. Summary. The first week 1* to 2 *. The second week 3* to 4* (mainly because we were self contained within our camper.) It may have been different if we wanted to use the facilities and the pool. Overall 2* taking into account the cost and other issues mentioned.

  • Claire Whittaker

    5 sur 5 Reviews posted by Claire Whittaker on 28/08/2023

    The staff at this campsite were so friendly and helpful. The weather was terrible but the facilities great. Our teenage children loved the water slides and we order croissants every morning and had pizza in the restaurant.

Traveller Reviews Campsite Lou P'tit Poun

4.0 sur 5 76 reviews

Rating summary

  • Location 4.5 / 5
  • Sleep Quality 4.0 / 5
  • Rooms 4.0 / 5
  • Service 4.0 / 5
  • Value 4.0 / 5
  • Cleanliness 4.5 / 5
  • "Not for us"

    2 / 5 Reviews posted by 212carolynd (Leicester, United Kingdom) on 22/08/2023

    This is a tale of 2 weeks. First of all let me state what we paid. Around 970E for the two week stay. It was the most expensive site of our 3 month tour. We appreciated that we stayed in high...

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  • "Little Gem!"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by UkFlipflop (Penzance, United Kingdom) on 28/08/2019

    Stayed her for a fortnight with family whilst daughters competed in oceanperf surf lifesaving in mid August. We are use to very crowded sites at this time of the year so what a suprise to find...

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  • "Very nice place"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by Quentin S on 13/08/2019

    Very nice, quiet and clean place. We had an absolutely pleasant stay there, and 100% recommend it. Lot of space for tents, cars... Perfect for families. Swimming pool is great, staff is amazing, and...

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Campsite Lou P'tit Poun

Address

110 avenue du Quartier Neuf
40390 Saint-Martin-de-Seignanx

Contacts

Phone : 05 59 56 55 79

Fax : 05 59 56 53 71

GPS coordinates

43° 31'27.13"N, 1° 24'43.8"W

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