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Cuq Trépied Stella Plage
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Cucq, Pas-de-Calais , Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, 62780|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Service point located just before the free parking area.|
Service 5€ - 1 hour electric and 100ltr/20mins water.
7m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Max unit length 8.0m
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20 parking bays for Motorhome overnight. Gets very full but people do move frequently. Stayed here overnight on route back to Eurotunnel. About an hour from the tunnel, close to toll road. Lovely beach, area enclosed by sand dunes so can get hot in the day as air is very still.View all reviews by drummlb
Water 5euros, electric and waste disposal.
Good overnight befor or after a ferry at Calais. The spaces are quite large and even though there is little view, it is possible to walk up the dune and on to th3 beach just befor the campsite at the end of the road. Walk down onto the seafront where the beach is very nice and even out of season there are a few ice cream and doughnut sellers as well as a couple of bars and a nice takeaway. There is a bakery and other shops away from the seafront on the way to Cucq. We didnt need the services as we were on our way home but €5 is a bit steep.View all reviews by jezabel
Great spot to park/overnight. We had just one other neighbour on our very peaceful one night spent here. The town is mostly shut at this time of the year but the local boulangerie was open. Super beach.View all reviews by WanderWebb
Called in at lunch time and all was quiet. Services working properly. The beach is superb. We walked for miles on the hard sand at the turn of the tide. Dogs are clearly welcome out of season.View all reviews by vanessavan
There is day parking with a view in the centre of the beach (no view from the aire) which we used; a larger van had to turn sideways across multiple bays not to stick out into the road. No shops etc working by the beach out of season, but the town isn't far to walk.
Stayed in Oct for 2 nights on way back to calais & loved it. Fsntastic location next ti beautiful dog friendly beach. Only problem was the water was not working due to a technical problemView all reviews by nicoleh
This was our first night of free camping in our motorhome. Great location right next to the beach (behind the dunes) great for Marley the dog too. Seemed to be relatively safe. Everyone friendly. 5 euros for services at the Start of the spaces.View all reviews by dmaitland
Really quiet and secluded at this time of year. Flat angled parking that our 7.5m van fitted onto with room to spare. Pay for services if needed.View all reviews by carkey
Visited March 2018, very quiet only us and one other motorhome, fabulous beach nearby, however the seafront is still shutdown for the winter. There is a services unit at the point where you enter the road.View all reviews by hollie
Staying here tonight and intend to stay tomorrow night too. It's a busy site but there are over 20 spaces, with a few down the road as well. The service point looks pretty new but currently has an "en panne" sticker, still allows for emptying but no water for rinsing. Small seaside town with a few restaurants and ice cream shops just a few minutes walk away. Good beach just over the dunes - you need to go to either end of it if you have a dog though.View all reviews by couboys10
Get here early if you want a space at the site, parking spaces are good for about a 8 to 9mtr van.View all reviews by nellyc
In between the dunes so you have shelter from the winds, beach is lovely, it's very quiet and has had a new service point installed.
Great stopover and no one seems to check how long you stop for.
Excellent stop over, just behind the dunes . Large flat beach . The town is a short walk up the hill and has a range of shops, bars and restaurantsView all reviews by ourleapoffaith
New service point just being installed
Perfect place to stop for a couple of days
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Visited February 2017 and services were in the process of being built at this site; this may mean a charge will be introduced when completed. Be cautious with SatNav as, near the location it tries to take you down a road that is blocked off, instead, go straight on and Sat Nav will reroute. Spend a stormy February night here, but high dunes provided shelter.View all reviews by dunverig
A good first place to stop from Calais if you're wandering down the coast slowly. Off season it was VERY quiet and could probably have just parked on the sea front but it is a bit more sheltered down here. Good views from the top of the dunes but from the van you're just staring at them.View all reviews by pipete
Parking only, (no services). Free aire behind large sand dunes. Slightly sloping in some places. Can get crowded at weekends in summer. Some passing traffic to caravan site at far end of aire. Huge sandy beach. Town is 5 minute cycle ride away. Bit touristy, but quite pleasant with lots of free seafront parking. Another wide sandy beach. Nice market on Sundays in season. Comfortable half days drive from Calais using 'D' roads.View all reviews by paulw