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The best places to camp in Provence

Provence has it all. Beautiful beaches, secret coastal bays, spectacular countryside peppered with lavender fields, fruit and olive orchards, magnificent towns and perched villages. The locals wines are delicious, especially sipped under the stars. Provencal gastronomy is superb. The history and culture of Provence is famous the whole world over. And, it makes for the most perfect place to take a camping holiday.

Why camp in Provence?

If you have your mobile home with you, pull up and pitch up, or rent a mobile home, chalet or cottage. There are so many campsites that offer a chance for a sunny, relaxed holiday with tons to do.

When it come to a holiday in Provence, you’re really spoiled for choice. Whether you want to be near the sea or an iconic hill top town, in a village or in the countryside, there’s a ton of options and you’re sure to find one that’s just right for you.

Find a brilliant campsite in Provence

Swimming pool under a blue sky at the camping site Castel Domaine de la Bergerie in Provence

You could choose the area around the medieval village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens or the stunning Gorges du Verdon  There are plenty of campsites with a range of facilities and you can choose a traditional camping pitch or stay in a luxury mobile homes. Some sites have water parks, perfect for children and patient parents. And you’re not far from the beaches of St Tropez for those who like to combine glamour with camping. You’ll find sites have options for fitness and wellness areas, sports galore and lots of workshops. For families, look for an option with kids clubs offering a diverse range of activities from sports, games, crafts and cooking workshops, an even mini farms. Kids won’t want to leave, and parents get a well-deserved break.

What’s your ideal holiday in Provence?

If you long for a relaxing holiday in the sun, the area close to Fréjus and its beaches and the little known village of Tourtour offer a taste of authentic Provence. Think cafés in the square and artisan boulangeries. The area is irresistible for lovers of the outdoor life. And, you’ll find a lovely range of accommodation including air conditioned chalets and cottages (which for some is really important).

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