Camping treed, quiet and relaxing with views of the summits of the Big Red on a farm: Bisons Sheep Horses, rental poneys. Electricité 6 and 10 A. Restrooms: 4 washbasins, 5 toilets, 6 showers, laundry room, common room, disabled access, on site: country living with restaurant. 700 m altitude. Cb ancv and accepted.
Yarm, United Kingdom
29th July 2011
Trip to the French Alps to watch Tour de FranceOur stay in Camping La Libellule was a very plesant experiance. The site is well run and the lady who runs it was very helpfull. The views from our pitch are to die for. We would not hesitate to return.
Maidstone, United Kingdom
27th July 2011
Bikes and tentsMy friend and I decided to travel to the Alps to watch the Tour de France. We wanted a campsite that was close to the action, but far enough away to allow us to have a warm up before tackling any of the climbs ourselves. La Libellule is 8 km from the base of the Alpe d'Huez climb so this was perfect. The scenery around the campsite is stunning, and the welcome was superb. The toilet and shower blocks are just about OK, but could do with some work, otherwise this is a fantastic location. My friend and I will be rebooking for 2012 TdF as soon as the route is announced!
Gambier, United States
26th July 2011
All the basics covered, friendly and helpful staffOur first night, we had a lovely, large tree-lined plot to ourselves in our RV with water and electric hook-ups easily available. The shower/wc was not too far away and was cleaned several times per day. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Our next two nights, we shared our large plot with 3 tents but all of us still had space of our own as well as a good area to run around in. There were few young children at this campsite, probably because there was a neighboring campsite with a pool and children's program. Many of the campers here were young adults from a variety of countries. There were some groups of chaperoned young adults (very well behaved).
Belfast, United Kingdom
26th July 2011
Stayed for Tour de FranceI stayed with my daughter in what was the busiest few days in this area because of the tour. Good communication from the site owner, no deposit required maybe beacause it was a 4 night stay and paid by credit card on site on departure Restaurant on site but didnt get get a chance to use it. Not one of big camping areas but was fine for a few days and had everything needed to shower, wash etc. Could do with some more lighting around the pitches and some marking to identify your boundary but then again it means your not tied down to a certain area. Friendly owner and always seems to be about and cleaning up... Difficult job as it had been wet. Toilets a mix of squat and normal, some hooks on the doors to hang things up in this area would be very useful. In poor weather could be a bit muddy but suited us fine for our stay.
24th July 2011
Such a friendly welcomeWe stayed a La Libellule during the week that the Tour de France was on in the Alps and struggled to find accomadation, fortunately La Libellule had space. And how glad we were that we stayed there. The owners were incredibly friendly and helpfull and the site was in a beautifull setting, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The site was full of trees which added to the beauty. I would defenitely go back again.
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