Some of our team are just back from Origan Village in the South of France.  The site is surprisingly spacious with areas that you could easily miss unless you make a point of seeing them.  Our delightful French host Michel took us to see what accommodation types were on offer. Well-appointed modern chalets, smaller chalets with yet more stunning views, and cottages with mezzanines and mirrors above the double beds(!) were all shown to us.  The site is undulating and full of trees and greenery, with hidden areas.  This green area is so vast that we didn’t actually see the 2 donkeys who live on-site, only heard the tinkle of their collar bells among the trees.  The pitch camping area is up another winding road and is well served by sanitaires and space.   As it was higher up from the central area it looked down on the central restaurant, terrace and large well-maintained pool, with 2 smaller pools and a waterslide for children.  It was clear that no camper would feel too close to anyone else and all the pitches seem to have a stunning view of the mountains.

With a 7km naturist hike behind the site, access to the River Var where secluded naturist swimming is possible, a steam train at nearby Puget-Theniers and Medieval town with Citadel 10 minutes away at Entrevaux, this resort has something for everyone.

Origan village will be closing for Winter soon, but we are happy to take bookings for 2019