France, Provence, Bouches du Rhône, Saint Rémy-de-Provence
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- 16 March - 26 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Pégomas is a well-organised, family-run site and is open for a long season. It is located on the edge of the beautiful Provençal town of Saint Rémy-de-Provence, probably best known for its Roman remains and its links with Van Gogh. There are 110 flat and well-shaded pitches here, mostly with 6A electricity. Several mobile homes are available to rent. Onsite amenities include a swimming pool, a bar and a small shop. There is a good range of shops in Saint Rémy, which is just five minutes away on foot. Gas and electric barbecues are allowed on site, and there is also a stone fireplace available for use by all.
Saint Rémy lies at the foot of the Alpille hills, and there are some excellent walks through the hills, leading to the stunning hilltop village of Les Baux-de-Provence, which dates back beyond the second century BC. Saint Rémy itself has a Roman past (when it was known as Glanum) and a number of remains can be seen, including an impressive Triumphal Arch. Some of Van Gogh’s best loved paintings date back to his time spent here, particularly at the psychiatric centre at the monastery of Saint Paul-de-Mausole.
Good, modern sanitary facilities are in three blocks. Motorhome services. Shop for drinks and bread. Bar (May-Sept). Takeaway. Swimming pool (from April). Play area. Boules. Fitness equipment. WiFi throughout (free). Gas barbecues are permitted. Mobile homes to rent.
St Remy can be found 20 km. south of Avignon. From there, head south on D571 and D34 to St Remy. The site can be found to the east of the centre on Avenue Jean Moulin and is well signed.Link to campsite location map on google
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