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You will love relaxing in the bright sunshine on the terrace beside the Snack Wagon! At Huttopia Fontvieille campsite, there are a whole range of services to make your holidays even more enjoyable.
Our reception staff will be delighted to let you know everything about your stay at Huttopia Fontvielle campsite. They can also advise you on Fontvieille and its surroundings, the hiking trails, outdoor activities…
The Central LodgeThe ideal place to get together… or to read Alphonse Daudet’s books to your children! Book shelves, board games, table football, a self-service coffee maker…
Other services: Internet point at reception and free wifi in the central lodge and on the terrace.
Barbecues and fridges for hire.
Laundry area with washing machine and dryer (tokens and laundry powder on sale at reception).
Grocery corner: Did you forget to pack salt, milk or any other essential? Do you need a camping accessory? There are also some regional products to be tasted!
Features & FacilitiesThere's a heated swimming pool and paddling pool and surrounding wooden decking with a snack bar and pizza restaurant during peak season. A central lodge with internet, free Wi-Fi, a TV room, library and board games; a playground, boules pitch, table tennis tables and volley ball court. 'Camper's corner' shop for any essentials you've forgotten and tourist information in reception. Activities for children throughout school holidays.
ActivitiesThe pretty village of Fontvieille has plenty to offer – old troglodyte dwellings, washhouses, narrow streets and picturesque squares – with municipal tennis courts just beyond the campsite, along with a sports area, skate park and playground. Fontvieille is well known in France, immortalised by the French novelist Alphonse Daudet who characterised the local culture in his most famous work, Lettres de Mon Moulin (Letters From My Mill). A visit to the windmill that provided his inspiration is, you'll quickly find out, an absolute must. Elsewhere, set out to discover traditional Provencal villages with their old wells, winding lanes, and Roman aqueducts among the olive trees. You can watch Camargue bullfighting (if that's your cup of tea) and enjoy a range of summer festivals – folk dancing, Saint Peter’s festival, the windmill festival and, of course, the Alphonse Daudet festival.
Food & DrinkThe restaurant-café on-site serves excellent homemade pizzas, along with a host of other snacks and drinks best enjoyed out on the terrace. It's only open over the May public holidays and through July and August. There's also fresh bread delivery each morning (make sure you order the evening before). It takes just over 10 minutes to walk into the village, where there's a tourist information centre, post office, patisserie, supermarket and a whole clutch of restaurants and cafés. A cute little place called La Table du Meunier (0033 4 9054 6105) with old stone walls and blue shutters is our recommendation.
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