We haven't stayed in the camp since we came by car and didn't have tent, and to rent a small house was about 100E per night what was too expensive since there were just me and my girlfriend. However, we did come to swim in the camp every day.
The camp is covering the whole peninsula, with campsites under the tall trees and near the beach. Beaches on peninsula are rocky, and there is one gravel beach where peninsula is connected to the land.
Also, when going towards camp, there is a long sand beach on your left side. However, water is very shallow on the sand beach, you can walk about 150m and more and the water will still reach your waist. It's good for the kids, though.
Also, if you come in the early morning you can see the sand beach dirty and full of trash because there are beach parties held every night. The surroundings of the camp are much cleaner.
In the evenings there is a Luna park where you kids can enjoy various rides, or you can go on the big wheel and have a look ate the surroundings. The Luna park opens at 7pm every night during the summer season.
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