Our Best Campsites In Provence
Nestled effortlessly into the beautiful nature that surrounds them, our top campsites in Provence beckon you to enjoy a wonderful outdoor holiday with so much to explore on your doorstep.
Our destinations are a brilliant starting point for adventures in the local area and excellent places to rest, relax and enjoy recreation. Featuring nice swimming pools with slides and splash parks, sporting grounds and kids club, there’s plenty to do for the whole family. You’ll be treated to well-stocked shops and dining facilities serving up delicious regional and national cuisine on your camping holiday in Provence.
Things to do when camping in Provence
Holidaymakers who relish the chance to explore will cherish the amazing memories that they’ll make in the wonderfully varied region of Provence.
Comprising a dense maze of canals, lakes, marshland and trails, the stunning delta plains of Camargue are home to black bulls, pink flamingos and the famed wild white horses. Discovering the beautiful landscape on foot or by bike is possible, while a horse ride from Saintes Maries de la Mer is highly recommended.
One of the most beloved areas, the stunning expanse of Luberon highlights the very best of Provence. Charming hillside towns are scattered throughout the countryside, which is marked by rolling lavender fields, vineyards and long swaths of green fields. In Luberon, you will also find the extraordinary Provencal Colorado, a peculiar landscape of rich red tones that resembles the wild west of America.
Close to the Southern Alps, the striking Gorges du Verdon is one of the best places to enjoy treks and hikes. Azure blue rivers snake through the canyon, the deepest in France, and open out into beautiful Lakes like the ones found at Lake Sainte Croix. The area is perfect for ambles along its marked trails that lead to terrific vantage points offering amazing views of the valley below. High-octane outdoor activities are available here and include rafting, canyoning, canoeing and rock climbing.
As if they were torn straight from the pages of a fairy tale, the quaint towns and villages of Provence are a great place to immerse yourself in culture, history and regional cuisine. Wander through the charming cobbled streets and appreciate the gentle ambiance of Provencal life in the communes of Roussillon, Goult, Lourmarin, Bonnieux and Ansouis.
If you want to make a foray into a more urban setting, the port city of Marseilles is ideal. You can enjoy great shopping experiences before dining out in the city’s fine restaurants. If you have enough time, a visit to the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, Palais Longchamp and the Vallon des Auffes fishing village are all worthwhile.