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Hi All

Starting to think about holidays for this year as it will be our first in school holidays. We have an almost 5 year old and a new baby, and a friend has recommended to us before the Siblu parcs in France. I'm imagining that they are kind of 'Centerparcs on Sea' but has anyone been and can you recommend?

Also - is it realistic to think that the South of France will be warm and sunny at Easter? I've been to Cannes once in March before and the weather was lovely then, but I was working so can't vouch for bikini weather!!

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I haven't done Siblu but we went to L'Atlantique in Southern Brittany which is covered by Keycamp / Eurocamp / canvas etc but is run by French operator Sunelia. Our daughters were 4 and 2 and it was good - my eldest just asked yesterday if we were going back. Not the kind of place we would ever have gone when it was just us but with kids it was perfect - pools on site, 10 mins to the beach, local villages/towns about 10 mins by car.

One tip is to try booking direct with the French operators rather than the UK ones. If it's out of season you may not get the kids clubs that the UK operators offer (but out of season, they're a bit low key and you have to stay with the young kids - which negates the benefit a little, I thought). But at ours you did get much better accommodation - better caravans, equipment, pitches etc.

I think you do need decent weather to make the most of the pools. And a decent location with local villages or things to do in case the weather does let you down. Afraid ours was in Brittany so can't comment on South of France - probably a better bet at that time of year.

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