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CAMPING-CAR park Sainte Suzanne
Overnight parking with services part of CAMPING-CAR park group
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Open from Jan to Dec
Perched on its rocky spur, the "Pearl of Maine" dominates the surroundings and astonishes the visitors by its singularity. Its particularly well preserved heritage offers a change of scenery that will not fail to amaze you.
1/06 - 30/09: 12,00 € / 24h
1/10 - 31/12: 9,60 € / 24h
Parking 5h + services: 5 €
+ tourist tax: 1/01 - 31/12: 0,60 € / night
154m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Max unit length 10.0m
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Run by campingcarpark so the usual facilities. Lovely medieval town. Good bakers. Lots of waymarked walks. Definitely worth a visit.View all reviews by LizBlackadder
Another CCP aire good value and secure overnight stop on level ground ehu and all seevices. Lovely medieval town def worth a visit. Several cafes in the old town. Theres a bakery which is usually open but it was closed for holidays when we visited.View all reviews by kaye
There is another camping car, park not the Ayre. This is just off the roundabout as you enter the village, it is quite big, gravel surface and sloping, but free. We didnt stay overnight but would have, had we not been moving on.View all reviews by PWT1
New very clean campingcarpark (privately run aire). Entry via barrier using either one of the campingcarparks cards ordered online or by credit card to obtain a code. Machines can be a but confusing, just take time to read all instructions. One machine is to add credit to your card or to pay via credit card, the other machine is to open barrier. Flat hard standing. Large individual spaces. Wifi and ehu at all spaces. Brand new self cleaning toilets in car park adjacent. Right on edge of this Beau village. Lovely views of surrounding countryside. Bakery in villageView all reviews by hugsi
Senior couple - motorhome under 8mView all reviews by trampsabroad
Had help to get in as you first need to buy a Pass'Etapes card for 4€, which is apparently a lifetime purchase. Then paid about 10€ for one night. Couple who helped us said they had used their card about five times within a few weeks. Seems like a new system , but overly complicated. As other reviewer said, why not use credit card.
Cant say much different. Was a popular free aire before. Now only three here. We’ve seen three drive off and not come in no foubt too expensiveView all reviews by corconx
Town is worth a visit
Free car park is 2.1m height barriers. Other entrance is BUSES ONLY
You can stop fir 5 hours to use facilities fir €5
Would prefer to use a normal credit card personally it would be much easier. Ive had to help two that have entered. (Another has just come in)
Very new and rather sterile looking aire not that appealing to stay in overnight perhaps will look better in a year or two when more established. We parked up in the free car park next to the aire to look around the village and then moved on to another village for the night.View all reviews by cartyl
As noted by previous reviewer be wary of following sat nav on approach as it will lead you the wrong way.
The site detailed is a new aire in a good position for visiting the town, with good facilities including wifi and decent sized pitches. Right next door however, is a free car park without facilities, except for public toilets and rubbish disposal points. Be wary of following sat nav on your way in, mine tried to send me down a residents only track with bollards half way down. It did lead to the right spot, but only if you were on foot! Just past that turning are clear signs to the right way in.View all reviews by karenlshaw
If you do not require EHU then what is left of the original FREE parking has the entrance next to the barrier for the pay car park. The pay aire is not particularly attractive and all the bays require the use of levelling ramps. The toilets are in the old car park and are freeView all reviews by gtandft