After packing up all our mobiles we have moved to www.aletoiledor.com site have a look it is a great site for all ages so do not delay get booking with Pat or Howard today.
We are open from May to end October 2016
New form 2016
Contact us on 07808687878 www.eurosuncaravanholidays.co.uk
L’Etoile d’Or is a wooded campground 8.5 hectares, located halfway between the beach and the village of Argeles sur Mer
L’Etoile d’Or’s campsite offers superb amenities including 2 swimming pools the first one is a covered and heated one (28c) and is open from May until the end of October. The second one is open from mid June until Sept, playpool for kids, waterfall, whirlpool, hotwater bath and 2 slides in the open-air swimming pool. children’s activities in July and August kidclub 6-12 years and teenagers club 12-16 years multi sports area tennis courts, gym, petanqu, evening entertainment, restaurant and takeaway, shop, games room and children’s play area. We have chosen this site for its relaxing ambience and setting with individually pitches in close vicinity of the finest beaches of the Mediterranean.
My wife and I have been holidaying with Eurosun for the last nine years and would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone who enjoys a relaxing break in the Mediterranean sun. We have stayed in a variety of their mobile homes and have found them all to be of a consistently high standard each with its own parking and lounging area. LaRoseraie is situated just outside of Argeles and offers excellent recreational facilities by way of a large pool, shop and restaurant. The resort of Argeles sur mer is bustling at the height of the season and the Languedoc Roussillon area has so much to offer from beautiful mountain villages to Cathar castles. A lot further into France it is a well worth the visit and we have found most visitors return year after year…..Graham and Judy Payne
Perpignan La Catalane
Come visit the place Dali named the “centre of the world”. Perpignan has decked herself out in her finery to host your holidays or business trips. Its very name evokes southern charm. It sings the glorious heyday of the continental capital of the Mallorcan kingdom.
As a City of Art and History, Perpignan is really worth sightseeing. History is everywhere, from convents to museums to chapels and processions. Traditions are still perpetuated so that the city boasts a rich and diversified cultural life.
Life is everywhere, in the steps of the Sardana, a jazz harmony, a rock chord, a gypsy guitar. Perpignan offers this abundance of treasures in its shady narrow streets and cool squares with bodegas, plane trees and palm trees. Come and experience the Mediterranean way of life. Here you can relax on café terraces under the sun or in the shadow of plane trees and palm trees.
Collioure, jewel of the rocky coast
This picturesque Catalan port, with its church built in the sea, is really a delight for sightseers! Nestled in an astonishing environment, this unique town has always been a source of inspiration for painters: the “fauvisme path” shows 20 reproductions of Matisse’s and Derain’s works where these two masters painted the originals earlier this century.
In the narrow alleys, amid the colourful houses which are bathed in light, discover painters’ studios and shops selling regional products as well as a typically Mediterranean way of life.
Visit the salting workshops of anchovies and discover how this fish is still prepared in the original traditional manner. From The Madeloc tower, situated above sea level, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the rocky coast.
Finally, enjoy the pleasures of the sea and imagine a swim between the 17th century church and the 13th century Royal Castle.
French Catalonia is a sightseer’s delight!
Sculpted by history, the region boasts an array of treasures, from prehistoric times to Modern art.
Here you can discover the oldest European man, impressive Romanesque abbeys and cloisters, fortresses, a Baroque heritage, charming medieval cities, villages listed as The plus beaux villages de France, Modern art paintings and works, Live a unique experience on board the yellow train, a yellow and red coloured train, that runs on a picturesque line through fantastic landscapes of the Pyrenees.
The Catalan country is also a land of traditions: people still speak Catalan and many feasts punctuate the year. During Easter week, you can attend the Holly Friday processions, scheduled for centuries. At the summer solstice, the St John’s bonfires inflame all the country.
Here you can still dance the sardana, a symbol of brotherhood and happiness, on the squares of the villages.
Catalan gastronomy and Roussillon wines
French Catalonia is a land of tastes and wines. Here you will savour the delights of Catalan cuisine and Roussillon Wines.
Catalan cuisine is colourful. It combines the use of Mediterranean sea and earth produce with a spicy touch.
Countless value-for-money restaurants offer local dishes and an awesome variety of wines with many assorted aromas. Here you can enjoy lunches taken on a terrace and savour our southern tasty barbecues, either under the sun or in the shadow of trees. All this is washed down with red, white or rosé Côtes du Roussillon wines to be chosen amongst infinite treasures which come from wine co-operatives or wine producers’ themselves.
All along the wine routes you can visit many cellars. They give the opportunity to taste dry wines and natural sweet wines ‘ Vins Doux Naturels’, like Banyuls, Maury and Muscat de Rivesaltes
Now is the time to book your holiday, exchange rates are great, petol is cheap time to do your sums do we fly or drive to Argeles Sur Mer and Eurosun are waiting to greet you.
From platform to platform in 35minutes, crossing the Channel has never been easier. Eurotunnel whisks you and your vehicle between Folkestone and Calais without fuss or delay. From M20 in Kent clear signposting leads you off junction 11a and straight into the terminal. exchange rates are great, petol is cheap time to do your sums.
Prices are better if you book early just a few details to help you pick which port to go from:
Dover – Calais P&O Ferries 90mins 23 Sailings each way daily
Newhaven – Dieppe DFDS Seaways 4hrs 2 daily
Plymouth – Roscoff Brittany Ferries 6hrs Up to 2 daily
Poole – Cherbourg Brittany Ferries 4hrs 30mins Daily
Portsmouth – Caen Brittany Ferries 6 – 7 hrs Up to 3 daily
Portsmouth – Cherbourg Condor Ferries 10hrs 30mins Sunday only
Portsmouth – Cherbourg Brittany Ferries (Fast) 3hrs Daily Apr-Sept
Portsmouth – St Malo Brittany Ferries 9hrs Daily night out day back
Portsmouth – La Havre Brittany Ferries Fast 3hrs 45mins Thurs – Sun May – Sept
Portsmouth – Le Havre Brittany Ferries 4hrs 30mins 4 per week
Rosslare – Cherbourg Irish Ferries 17hrs Up to 3 per week
Rosslare – Roscoff Irish Ferries 17hrs Up to 2 per week
Also for the North of England people you could use Hull – Zeebrugge Belgium P&O 12hrs 45mins Daily
P&O Ferries operate the shortest, most frequent crossings, Irish Ferries operate the most modern fleet of ships on the Irish Sea.
The ferry information is accurate at the time of printing but may be subject to change check websites for the very latest information and updates and offers to avoid disappointment.
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