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Welcome to our campsites
in the South-East:
Languedoc-Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’azur

 

Our campsites
in the South-East

Sites et Paysages L'Oliveraie

 

Sites et Paysages Les Pinèdes

 

Sites et Paysages Les Prairies

 

Sites et Paysages Le Mas du Padre

 

Sites et Paysages La Source du Jabron

 

Sites et Paysages La Pinède

 

Sites et Paysages Tartarin

 

Sites & Paysages L'Orée de Provence

 

Sites et Paysages Le Petit Liou

 

Sites et Paysages De Vaubarlet

 

 

 

 

Saint-Tropez

Provence and Méditerranée

 

Close your eyes and listen to the singing crickets! Enjoy the smell of the shrubs heated by the southern sun! Yes, indeed, this is the Mediterranean Sea, "la grande bleue", that makes you dream because of its beautiful coastal climate.

 

Arriving in the Rhône valley, in the direction of the Drôme and the Ardèche, the deep blue colours of the first lavender fields give you the immediate feeling of being in the south of France. The singing crickets emphasise this feeling. Those who only want to enjoy some sunshine will really enjoy staying here. But they’ll miss learning about a fascinating world full of Roman culture and various regions. In the Roussillon, in Catalonia, where the border between France and Spain is actually not very clear, you’ll find a particular and independent culture. In the Languedoc, land and sea are brought together by a range of beautiful coastal lakes and in the Provence, the Alps are brought towards the coast that is formed by capes, bays and peninsulas. And even though the coast is very beautiful, the up-country, a little more discrete but authentic, is certainly worth a visit.

 

Vineyards in the Var

Close to Sète, on le Mas du Padre in Balaruc coastal lakes end up in the ever so beautiful Mediterranean Sea. On l’Oliveraie in Laurens you’ll be staying in the heart of the traditional region full of vineyards and olive trees. Moulin de Sainte-Anne, near the ancient medieval town centre, looks out over the Cathar castles and the wine region of Minerve.

 

Plateau de Valensole

On Pinèdes in La Colle sur le Loup near Nice, on campsite Gorges du Verdon in Castellane you’ll quickly understand why this sunny side of the Alps always attracts tourists from all around the world.

 

 

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