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Pointe de Carro
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Martigues, Bouches-du-Rhône , Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France, 13500|
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24H du 01/10 au 31/05 : 6 €
24H du 01/06 au 30/09 : 11 €
|Parking limited to 72hrs|
2m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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A lovely Aire with sea views on two side. Well marked bays along the sea walls with log dividers. Open parking in the central area which I exopect can be busy in high season. Small fishing village has several restaurants plus a boulongerie and small general store.View all reviews by Twoflower
Entry through pay as you enter barrier. Ticket has a code to alow you to come and go during your booked time - uptp 72hrs.
Great Aire, need to arrive early to get a sea side pitch even in mid October. Nice restaurants, a boulangerie, a general store and a lovely little beach all within an easy 10-15 mins walk.View all reviews by asn1962
Great aire. Stunning views. Weather in september was great. Very peaceful night here. Would definately come again. Worth it for thr sun set and sunriseView all reviews by milesfinney
We turned up mid-afternoon and couldn’t get a a sea view pitch and so parked in the middle and spent the evening being circled by kids on their bikes. Given some other reviews about the amount of motorhomes here we did wonder whether we’d come to regret our decision to stay. However when someone left the next morning, we quickly took a pitch by the sea and it was like a different place. Along the seafront everyone had chairs and tables out but were being quiet and respectful. Given that this was only €11,20 in high season and all services were included I’d say it’s worth a trip down. Small protected beach 10min walk away, as well as a few restaurants and a boulangerie.View all reviews by emdrpr
Amazing aire . Busy middle of may . E9.10 for 24 hours . Need to leave before end if ticket or you will have to buy another ticket . We did see two vans that went over and had to buy another ticket to leave .View all reviews by chrisglass50
Major roadworks in village so take following the signs . Think they will be there for another couple of months
We would return and recommend
Beautiful views, level tarmac pitches. Right on the seafront next to a fishing port and beach/swimming cove. Self cleaning toilet open 6am to 10pm. Restaurants and cafes around the port. Boulongerie and patisserie nearby. Bear in mind this is a very popular park. There were around 30 vans midweek. We found our neighbours to be quiet at night, and friendly in the day. Would visit again. €9.20 for 24 hrs. Water and waste facilities available.View all reviews by nxh190
This was my idea of hell, I'm sorry to say. After a five hour drive I was looking forward to stopping although when we arrived it was more crammed than a tin of sardines. No matter how tired we were and how nice the view, if you could see it, we moved on. There must have been 80 vans squeezed together. If you like privacy, you'll hate this. Shame as the area looked delightful. Now €7 low season. 5 mins up the road, a quiet Aire in Sausset for free and only four other vans. Ah that's better.View all reviews by themotoroamers
Sea views all round. Rocky beach area on one side, harbour with fresh fish market on the other. Short cycle ride or walk to sandy bay just the other side of harbour. Busy cafes and restaurants in quiet village. Bonus of public, self cleaning toilet (free) at harbour available 24 hours. Fresh water and grey waste plus chemical disposal all included in price. Fab spot to watch the windsurfers. Pay for one day at a time, just buy another ticket if you want to stay longerView all reviews by debbi
Beautiful spot, right on the beach. With a little harbour village behind, containing a small shop, some restaurants and bars, which were very busy with the locals, (always a good sign).View all reviews by ianhallihan
Get there early if you want a beach front parking space, they are a little tight for the modern larger motorhomes, but there is ample parking centrally if you own a larger rig.
Free water with the payment, entry and exit code, toilet waste facility all operating well.
To enter the site you drive up to a barrier - you have to pay with your credit / debit card to gain access throughView all reviews by archybald
I struggled with the payment and a lady (who had something to do with the site kindly helped) - still unsure how much I actually paid - its a good idea to decide how long you want to stay before approaching the barrier
Some of the visitors here tend to shower at the water filling point with a hose attachment - didn't fancy the idea myself!
No electric point
Water at filling point(in with the price)
Waste emptying fully functional
We couldn't get a satellite signal - but it appears others did!
Quite a big carpark - some of the pitches have lovely views out to sea
There is a lovely little harbour, handful of shops and beach nearby
We would return when in area