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Beach camping, pool and excursions on the Riviera del Corallo
How that smells - the predominantly flat camping park Village Laguna Blu is characterised by many pine and eucalyptus trees. The wide, fine-sand beach is very popular with families and active holidaymakers. Diving centre, windsurfing, sailing and sea kayak rental make the hearts of water sports enthusiasts beat faster.
The swimming fun continues in the elegantly designed pool area of Camping Village Laguna Blu.
Whether it's sliding down the slides, chilling out on the sun lounger or watching your own children romp enthusiastically in the colourful water fun park - entertainment is guaranteed here. Delicious snacks are available in the Camping Village Laguna Blu restaurant.
Camping Village Laguna Blu is located about 5 kilometres from Alghero
The historic town on the north-west coast of Sardinia was particularly influenced by the Iberians. The architecture and culture show why Alghero is also called "Little Barcelona". Other excursion destinations are the nearby lagoon, where many birds can be observed, and the mysterious nuraghi, the ancient defence towers in Sardinia.
Check in was an ordeal! Some of the staff at reception (in the white shirts) are inefficient. I spent 20 mins checking in, I had to spell the names of all the 6 guests (which they already had on their system). He filled in a lot of paperwork and was very slow. It was 32degrees and I had 3 small kids...show moreCheck in was an ordeal! Some of the staff at reception (in the white shirts) are inefficient. I spent 20 mins checking in, I had to spell the names of all the 6 guests (which they already had on their system). He filled in a lot of paperwork and was very slow. It was 32degrees and I had 3 small kids with me - it was an unpleasant experience. They also held one passport which I believe is illegal in Europe. I was given no information about the campsite, no map, nothing! The guys around reception wearing the green T-shirts were very friendly and they took us and our luggage to our cabin on a golf buggy.
I returned to reception twice over the course of our 11 day stay to rent a bike for the day. It took them 20mins to fill in all the paperwork again just to rent a basic bike! Totally inefficient and their operating procedures are paper based and quite dated.
The pool play area with the slides and bucket is brilliant, the kids loved it. However, what I found bizarre is that there was no shallow pool for small kids to stand in. My 8 yr old could just about stand in the pool. I had my 5 and 6yr olds in armbands and a life jacket. A campsite designed for families with no shallow pool????
I was hugely disappointed with the animation… It said on the website there was kids club for 5-8yr old. There was little or no information about the day’s itinerary and it was all very disorganised. I found I had to approach them daily to include my children in the activities. Some days they did entertainment for adults, I don’t believe it’s necessary to entertain adults, only kids. They don’t seem to cater for English speaking guests and there were many English speaking guests at the pool daily. The night entertainment for kids started at 9.30 some nights which again I found bizarre. Perhaps it’s Italian culture for kids to stay up late at night?
The pizza in the restaurant was excellent, we got a few takeaways and it was lovely. Also, the fresh bread rolls in the on-site market were really good.
We went to reception asking for bus tickets to go to the beach. They gave us the €1 tickets. We stood at the bus stop for 20mins in the blistering heat only to be told when the bus arrived that we needed specific facemasks (proper PPE ones), we had the wrong bus tickets and we could only pay cash on the bus €8 return pps. Pretty basic information that reception could have shared. It seemed a-lot of ppl staying at the campsite had a similar experience to ours for their first trip to the beach. I met an Irish family who were new on the campsite and they were all excited about their first trip to the beach with their €1 tickets and no masks. I was able to advise them on what they needed so they didn’t need to go through what we did. Basic information from reception could avoid a lot families from this stressful experience.
Overall the campsite is fine, the reception staff need to be more on their game, be more efficient and give clear information if they want returning guests. Animation needs to be more structured and cater for kids only.
Great pizzaiolo - ok campsite
22. October 2021 , 11:20:03
Bins overflowing in low season is not great - shower rooms very small and not very practical. The setting on the lagoon is otherwise very nice, and the proximity to Alghero (not necessarily walking but a short drive) makes this a worthy option for a stay. Clear plus point - surprisingly good pizza. ...show moreBins overflowing in low season is not great - shower rooms very small and not very practical. The setting on the lagoon is otherwise very nice, and the proximity to Alghero (not necessarily walking but a short drive) makes this a worthy option for a stay. Clear plus point - surprisingly good pizza. Also a very reasonably priced camp site.
hell in sardegna
18. August 2021 , 02:21:14
if the devil intended hell as camping, blue lagoon it is.
well, if you can live comfy with screeching kids- you minght have a couple yourself, - then it's not that bad. an quite clean. mind you have to pay the wifi, on top of many.
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