The supermarket shelves were ...
The supermarket shelves were completely empty, probably because the campsite closes in mid September. Even the most basic food, like bread or milk was hard to find.
The only restaurant available is extremely expensive, while the service is extremely poor.
There is a small electric train that goes around the campsite but it stops at 20.00, which was a problem for us because my son had a plaster on his leg and our mobile home was 10 minute walk from the main area.
On departure, we left our accomodation at 10.00 and we planned to stay a few hours by the pool before going home. Instead we were told that if we wanted to stay longer , we had to pay separately for entrance to the campsite.
Overall, disappointing experience.