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Domaine des Iscles

6/10 (3 reviews)
  • Located directly on a lake with a pebble beach
  • Ideal for those who love the water
  • Lovely swimming pool
  • Lake with water slide

Domaine de la Sainte Baume

Provence | Nans Les Pins
7/10 (19 reviews)
  • Many opportunities for sports
  • Playground for children
  • Two out of three pools heated
  • Water slide in children’s pool

Le Coteau de la Marine

Provence | Montagnac Montpezat
7.4/10 (489 reviews)
  • Located on the River Verdon
  • A true family campsite
  • Beautiful heated swimming pool and children's pool
  • e water and the lavender fields...

Verdon Parc

Provence | Gréoux-les-bains
  • Right on the river Verdon
  • In the Alpes de Haute region
  • Indoor and outdoor swimming pool, children's pool and water slides
  • 7 year olds...

Hippocampe

Provence | Volonne
7/10 (35 reviews)
  • In the Haute Provence
  • Within walking distance of Volonne
  • Aquapark met slides and children's pool
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Crin Blanc

Provence | L’Albaron
6/10 (8 reviews)
  • In the Camargue
  • Ideal location for adventure lovers
  • Swimming pool, children's pool and water slides
  • Mini club, sport and horse riding...

Farigoulette

0/10 (0 reviews)
  • On the banks of the Saint Laurent Lake
  • Cosy family-friendly campsite
  • Heated adult and paddling pool
  • Wide range of water sports

Terra Verdon

Provence | Castellane
7/10 (9 reviews)
  • Near the famous Gorge du Verdon, the 'Grand Canyon' of Europe
  • Surrounded by beautiful lakes
  • tdoor pool with separate children's area...
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Vast expanses of purple ...

The Mont Ventoux, the endless fields of lavender and sunflowers, marshes and beautiful cities such as Marseille will make you realise why Provence is so beloved.

Coasts and colour

In the nineteenth century, the French nobility and English fought for domination of this beautiful area called Provence. ‘Ocher’ cliffs, green vineyards and fields of purple lavander dominate the magnificent landscape. Along the coast you will find fjords, bays and sandy beaches. If you like active holidays, mountain biking, hiking and scuba diving are all ways to discover this beautiful region.

Port city of Marseille

Marseille, after Paris, is the largest city in France and the largest commercial port. Walking along the streets and through the charming square of the Basilica you reach ‘Notre-Dame de la Garde’, an imposing limestone church situated at the highest point of the city. Worth a visit is the wonderful ‘Palais Longchamp’. The left wing of the building houses the Museum of Fine Arts, while the right wing houses the Museum of Natural History. Cours Mirabeau is definitely the place to see and the symbol of this town is nothing but a tree-lined street surrounded by charming and picturesque houses. The avenue is home to spectacular fountains, such as the Fountain of the Four Dolphins.