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106 campsites in France, Côte d’Azur

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This quiet, pretty site is a few kilometres inland from the coast, 2 km. north of the DN7. Close to the unusual Roquebrune rock, it...

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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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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 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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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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Camp du Domaine, 3 km. south of Le Lavandou, is a large, attractive, beachside site with 1,173 touring pitches set in 45 hectares of pinewood...

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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...

Camping Caravaning Esterel is a quality, award-winning caravan site east of Saint Raphaël, set among the hills beyond Agay. The site is 3.5 km. from...

Les Lauriers Roses is an attractive, small site with up-to-date facilities and the emphasis on comfort and relaxation. Steeply terraced over two hectares with views...

Parc les Cigales is a pleasant site benefiting from the shady environment of cork umbrella pines, further enhanced by olives, palm trees and colourful shrubs...

Owned and operated by an English family, this site is an established favourite with British families. It is located in the busy holiday area of...

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...

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...

In a quiet location, just a twenty minute cycle ride from the beach and close to the popular resort of Fréjus, Camping de Vaudois has...

Les Pêcheurs will appeal to families who appreciate natural surroundings with many activities, cultural and sporting. Interspersed with mobile homes and cabins, the 110 good...

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...

This attractive, terraced site, set on a hillside under umbrella pines, has been gradually and thoughtfully developed. The genuine, friendly welcome means many families return...

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...

Le Ruou Camping is located about half way between the Mediterranean and the fabulous Verdon Gorges in the Provence-Alpes Cote d’Azur region of France. It...

Côte d'Azur

Bathed in sunshine from early spring to late autumn, surrounded by stunning scenery, cosmopolitan towns and superb sandy beaches, no wonder this is one of France’s most sought-after destinations.

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.

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.