you have to admit that there are not many hotels which can claim to have such a luxury! The zoo is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm: you will discover there, among other animals, llamas, antelopes, reptiles (and notably a show with alligators), falconry, birds of prey and even an 8 metre long python. Numerous other leisure activities are available, including a mini-golf course, three tennis courts, a beach volleyball court, a football pitch and a multi-sport court: almost enough to organise the Olympic Games! A fantastic team of 14 people offers a host of events, games and sports activities. Children are well looked after and will be delighted to go to the mini-club, which is in a really lovely colourful amphitheatre. However, the relatively steep relief and imposing size of the estate is not really adapted for the disabled, even if there is a funny little train which links the different areas of the complex all the way to the beach and the zoo. You can take money out at the cash machine in the lobby. The beach is relatively far out, but a little train takes you there for free. The complex also houses the Stella Dunas Jandia Resort hotel, the less exclusive part of the resort. In case of any problems, a medical service is available 24 hours a day. After the evening show, which takes place in a large hall spanning two floors, partygoers will be able to dance away at the night club Mafasca, which is free for hotel clients and situated a stone's throw away from the lively bars, restaurants and shopping centres of the seaside resort of Jandia.
Families will be more comfortable in the chalets, which have two rooms and a lounge, hospitality products in the bathroom and even a microwave.