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107 campsites in France, Côte d’Azur

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This is a beautiful site just a short drive from the sandy beaches of the Mediterranean and ideally located for touring Provence. The site has...

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Camping Sandaya Rivièra d’Azur is an excellent site near the Côte d’Azur that will take you away from the Mediterranean coast's bustle. Spread out over...

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La Bergerie is a quiet, family owned site, situated in the hills about 3km from Vence and Saint Paul de Vence. 10km from the sea...

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Camping International at Giens is a popular windsurfers’ paradise. The site has its own school with the beach just across the quiet coast road. With...

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Les Mûres is a friendly, family site situated northeast of the busy holiday centre of Port Grimaud and has been run by the Grau and...

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Sandaya Douce Quiétude is just a 10-minute drive from the sandy beaches at Saint Raphaël and Agay (with campsite shuttle transport) but is quietly situated...

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Camp du Domaine is located along the coast just outside the town of Bormes and is 3 km. south of Le Lavandou. The same family...

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Les Tournels is a large site set on a hillside and pitches have panoramic views of the Gulf of Saint Tropez and Pampelonne beach. The...

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Origan is a naturist site set in the mountains behind Nice at a height of 500 m. The access road is single track and winding...

Clair de Lune, located close to the foot of the Giens peninsula, is a pleasant family site where peace and quiet are the priority. Most...

Port Pothuau is a delightful site and a warm welcome is assured from the owners. Of its 380 pitches, 80 are available for touring units...

Camping le Parc is a small and peaceful site just 35 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the Côte d’Azur, where you will receive...

This is a straightforward site to approach but unusual as you go through the suburbs of Cannes past supermarkets, shopping complexes and cinemas; when you...

Domaine du Colombier is located between Cannes and Saint Tropez, alongside the main road 2 km. from the centre of Fréjus and 4.5 km. from...

Les Pinèdes is 7 km. inland from the busy coast, at the centre of all the attractions of the Côte d’Azur, yet far enough away...

Camping le Haut Chandelalar is a spacious, family run naturist campsite high in the Alpes Maritimes, east of Castelallane and only 1 km. from Brianconnet...

Camping la Camassade is a beautiful rural site set on a hillside in Provence, just 10 minutes drive from the medieval village of Tourrettes-Sur Loup...

Le Beau Vezé is a quiet five-hectare site, inland from the busy resort of Hyères. The owner tries to keep it as a family site...

In a popular resort area and open all year, la Vieille Ferme is an oasis of calm. A family owned site with good facilities, it...

First impressions of l’Etoile d’Argens are of space, cleanliness and calm. This is a site run with families in mind and many of the activities...

Côte d'Azur

The sleepy villages, sunny vineyards and pretty lavender fields of Provence sit in stark contrast to the cosmopolitan towns and thronging beaches of the Côte d’Azur, one of France’s most popular destinations

St Tropez

The glittering Côte d’Azur, perhaps better known as the French Riviera, is a beautiful stretch of coast studded with sophisticated towns such as the famous Monte Carlo, Nice, and Cannes, not forgetting the other famous and arguably the most glamorous resort of St Tropez. With its vast golden sandy beaches and long lazy hours of sunshine, this is a paradise for sun worshippers and water sports enthusiasts. It’s a spectacular coast of rugged coves and warm seas. The quaint harbours and fishing villages have become chic destinations, now full of pleasure yachts, harbour-side cafés and crowded summertime beaches. Inland, St Paul-de-Vence with its shops and galleries, and Grasse, perfume capital of the
world, are popular destinations for visitors.

Further up in the hills are quieter medieval villages with winding streets and white-walled houses with terracotta roofs, which have attracted artists for many years. In St Paul-de-Vence visitors browse through shops and galleries set on narrow winding cobblestone streets and inland Grasse is the perfume capital of the world, surrounded by the Provençal lavender fields and shady olive groves that fill the air with a magical scent at certain times of the year.Roman monuments can be seen at Orange, and Vaison-la-Romaine, and the spectacular Palais des Papes at Avignon is a ‘must see’. The extinct volcanic cone of Mont Ventoux provides dramatic views and is one of the most gruelling stages in the Tour de France.

PLACES OF INTEREST
Cannes

Places of interest

Aix-en-Provence: Old town; cathedral of St. Sauveur; Cézanne museum.

Antibes: Old city with 17th-century ramparts; 12th-century castle.

Camargue: Wetland and nature reserve with white horses, flamingoes and bulls.

Cannes: Popular for conventions and festivals; la Croisette; old city.

Marseille: Bustling port city with boat trips to the Château d’If prison on a nearby island.

Menton: Warmest of coastal cities, year round resort.

Orange: Roman city, gateway to the Midi;- Colline St Europe.

CUISINE OF THE REGION

Cuisine of the region

Bouillabaisse

Aigo Bouido: Garlic and sage soup with bread (or eggs and cheese).

Aïoli (ailloli): A mayonnaise sauce with garlic and olive oil.

Bagna Cauda: Raw vegetables in a fondue of hot olive oil, garlic and anchovies.

Bouillabaisse: Fish soup served with rouille sauce, saffron and aioli.

Pissaladière: Provençal bread dough with onions, anchovies, olives.

Porquetta: Stuffed suckling pig.

Salade niçoise: Salad of anchovies, tuna, tomatoes, peppers, eggs and olives.

Socca: A crêpe made with chick pea flour and cooked in a wood-fired oven.