There is a small supermarket where you can buy basic essentials, and items such as souvenirs, towels and bathing suits.
Mobile telephone coverage
The 3G signal is pretty good on the island.
Children, as you're probably already aware, are very welcome at this event. We can't however provide any child-minding or baby-sitting services.
The island is a safe place, and there are almost no motor vehicle.
The sun can be fiercer than you think in May; you will need to ensure that your children are protected against sunburn. And it goes without saying that children must be supervised when they play in the water.
Usually, May is a warm and sunny month. It can be chilly and windy though. The Mistral, a cold, northerly wind, can be strong at this time of year - don't forget to bring a jacket.
The telephone number of the emergency services is 112.
In the case of a serious emergency requiring urgent treatment, the emergency services will do whatever is required, including using helicopter transport from the island to the nearest hospital at Toulon.
For more minor troubles, there are doctors in the Brusc harbour, 10 minutes from the island by boat.
Emergency health treatment in France is free and available to all, including visitors from outside the EU.