Last summer several individual visitors to the resort were turned away because they did not already have a booking for accommodation in the resort and this occurred directly after the Nice, France terrorist act and thus it is perhaps understandable why more caution was given in holiday resorts around the south coast of France at that time. It is unclear what the main entrance office will do this year but the tip I give to ensure you can enter the resort is to already have accommodation booked. One poor guy travelled from the UK and the way down to Cap last summer and was not allowed to enter.
It seems as though the best apartments go earlier and earlier each year as many people have their favourite. You can book via here or for HOTELS here. If all you are looking for is a camp spot pitch then you can normally book anytime at all, even the day before as the camp sites never fully sell out or at least as I am aware. I would though still recommend to book if visiting in August, the busiest month. For chalets in the camp site certainly book early because they also sell out quickly i.e. from January onwards.
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