Visited this campsite in July 11, party of 5 with 19, 17 and 14 year old. We all appreciated the quality of this campsite. The pool area, though busy, is surprisingly calm and a good place to spend the day. The beach is long and sandy though a bit difficult on windy days.
The shops on site are of a high quality, especially the butchers and bakers. Quite pricy but worth the money. The nearby town Canet Plage was not good value. The restaurants seemed set on ripping off tourists, providing poor quality meals for high prices - only two dinners out there, then we'd learned our lesson. Judging by the number of people eating at the campsite, we weren't alone!
Our teenagers loved the freedom on the site, mixing with people from around Europe and the elder two going to the night club each night. The entertainment shows were ok. I'd definitely recommend this campsite.
We visited this site with our touring caravan and 3 children, girls 8, 6, and 2. The site itself was clean and well maintained and our first impression was good, it went downhill from there. The pitch had a large ditch down one side which was not good.
The pool was a nightmare, the so called new waterpark was little more than a few small areas of water with huge great rocks in the middle, we kept loosing the children!! The lifeguards were always telling people off for silly things, too small water area for such a large camp. The beach was even worse, so stoney that walking was painful, one foot into the sea and we were upto our neck. then we were ordered to turn off the aircon in our caravan after 11pm, it was so hot the children couldn't sleep. We have been camping in France and Spain for 10 years and never experience so many rules!! After being told off for talking at 11pm outside the caravan we left, 9 days early, luckily we found another wonderful campsite. Brasilia is a nighmare
Since this was our first visit abroad from England (and its dismall weather) we opted to go with Eurocamp - Superior comfort - and chose Le Brasilia on a recommendation and Zoover seemed to confirm.
Le Brasilia has everything to offer - most importantly the weather. The campsite was well maintained, manicured and clean - it was beautiful. The new swimming complex was safe (due to the lifeguards vigilant patrols) - unfortunately I think it was starting to see some wear - on our last day the bubble beds in the main pool were taken out as they had become loose.
The mini disco is a must for those 11 and under (and their parents). Benji (the entertainment director we assume) must be a machine for the hours and smiles he maintains.
The onsite restaraunt and shops are fantastic.
The beach (and therefore the med) was seconds away. Le Swim (a fantastic restaurant on the beach) offered food and drink at reasonable prices.
A train/ferry is available to take you into Canet.