Christophe Mangeon has just acquired the five-star Bel Air campsite and amusement park in Llandodeck. In tourism and events for a long time, he managed holiday villages and worked abroad: Spain, Portugal and Greece. He also managed a 5-star hotel in Rennes.
Christophe Mangion has many projects for this camp with 197 pitches and 125 private mobile homes, installed on 17 hectares. Its main desire is to live up to what was put in place when it was built and to preserve the family feel of this complex which also includes a theme park with games and a waterslide. To do this, join a Camping Paradis group, which would be a strong sign. Many shows and parties will be organized in July and August.
nature and domestic
Currently, the camp site is connected to the Landudec sewage treatment plant. For his independent nature project, Christophe Mangione would like to treat wastewater on site by absorbing effluent using reeds.
The new director, who hopes to return to the Tourism Office during the March 13 General Assembly, does not forget the local economy either and intends to work with local suppliers.