La Bien Assise is just 14km from the port of Calais and is an ideal stopover for those travelling further into France, or for those that don’t want to drive too far on the French roads.
For those bringing their own tent or mobile home, La Bien Assise has 198 pitches.
These range between 80 to 100 square meters on the grass.
La Bein Assise also has hot showers, washing up facilities, a laundrette, and even baby baths.
If you are staying with Eurocamp then static caravans and tents are available to hire.
Either a 2 or 3 bedroom van is available, or if you wish to stay under canvas you can hire either their 5 person Safari Tent or a 2/3 bedroom classic tent.
Other items at La Bien Assise
The campsite has a family and children’s pool, complete with a water slide (for children over 8 years old).
There’s also a shop and mini market, a restaurant, and a snack bar and take away (including pizzas, chips, burgers, etc.)
Outside you’ll also find a play park, mini-golf (fee applies), tennis (fee applies), table tennis, and a volley ball court.
Calais is only 14km away.
What’s in the Area
The nearest beach is 15km away.
For a bit of WW2 history there’s Fortresse De Mimoyecques, which is a secret underground bunker to launch the V3 at London.
Reviews and Ratings of La Bien Assise
We have stayed on this site twice in the last two weeks and can only describe it as excellent….we will stay againChausson, Holiday Watchdog reviewer
Eurocamp customers rated Lan Bien Assise campsite as 8.6 out of 10.
Trip Advisor rates the campsite as 4.5 out of 5 (based on 105 reviews).
It was a busy site, but with lots of trees/hedges so it didn’t feel crammed in”Renault Betty, UK Campsite reviewer
Some of the negative reviewers were clearly people having a bad holiday (i.e. complaining about the weather, which is little that the campsite can do about it), however there was a consistent theme that the take-away food is not great. La Bien Assise campsite has responded and said that this is a fast food service, and so some food may just be re-heated in a microwave.
My family and I (with my parents and two children aged 4 and 10) have stayed here three times before, as an overnight stop on the way back to thr UK.Amanda, Hull, Trip Advisor reviewer
On the whole though reviewers have given this site a glowing report, even though the site is very busy. It is generally used as a stop over site, either on the way into or out of France whilst waiting for the ferry at Calais.