Camping Le Rossignol, Antibes

Camping le Rossignol
  • Location and surroundings
  • Facilities available
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Access for larger units - quite limited
3.5

Summary

Conveniently located to explore Nice and Antibes.

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4.11 (38 votes)

Camping Le Rossignol is a couple of kilometres from the centre of Antibes. Antibes can be reached on foot or by local bus service. It is also easy to get to Nice and “Marineland” from the site. In addition to touring pitches, there are also holiday homes available for hire.

We had not made a forward booking and turned up “on spec”. We were advised that there was only one pitch available that could take a nine metre motorhome. Before booking in, I had a walk around and ensured that the van would fit on the pitch. The pitch was in fact about 12 metres long, but access was very tricky, and required the assistance from my travelling companion and also a Dutch caravanner! Getting off the pitch was slightly easier as by the time we left, some other pitches were vacant meaning we had a better “swing”. Some pitches were better than others, both in terms of ease of access and also size of the pitch. That said, for a transit stop of just one night, we were not really bothered where we went, as long as the pitch was reasonably flat!

Camping le Rossignol

A tight fit and a shunt required to get on the pitch at Camping le Rossignol

Facilities at Camping Le Rossignol

The caravan site offers all the facilities to be expected on a campsite, ranging from laundry, pot wash, toilets/showers and a good-sized swimming pool. The facilities were spotlessly clean.  WiFi is available on a chargeable basis. The reception area/office at Camping Le Rossignol also offers a selection of local information leaflets. We were pleased to see that Camping Le Rossignol offers recycling opportunities.

Whilst no English-speaking staff appeared to be on duty during our stay, we did receive a friendly welcome none the less from everyone we spoke to at Camping Le Rossignol.

The site has a fairly long season, details and pricing structure available here. 

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  1. mavis nye April 27, 2011
  2. Jock& Rita April 28, 2011
    • Motorhome Voyager April 28, 2011

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