Camping Nans Les Pins

A blissful break in the open air is the reward for holidaymakers who book on a stay at one of our campsites in Nans-les-Pins, a charming town in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. The town, nestled in the department of Var, has a rich natural heritage which is best showcased in the Massif de la Sainte Baume and the Provence Verte. A brilliant destination for a camping holiday in the south of France, Nans-les-Pins welcomes you with arms wide open.

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Many opportunities for sports
Playground for children
Two out of three pools heated
Water slide in children’s pool
£189From: £153
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
30 accommodation types available
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Camping holidays in Nans-Les-Pins

Opt for a camping holiday in Nans-les-Pins and look forward to a stay in the midst of nurturing nature, where you can appreciate both relaxation and recreation in the vibrant landscapes of Var. After settling into one of our campsite in Nans-les-Pins, be sure to explore the town itself, with its charming streets, cobbled squares and old fountains. After a wander, soak up the easy-going lifestyle like the locals by enjoying food and drink on the terraces of the town’s cafes and restaurants, before discovering the rural attractions around Nans-les-Pins.

What are our best campsites in Nans-Les-Pins?

Situated on the eastern edge of the town, 4* Campsite Domaine de la Sainte Baume is our nearest site to Nans-les-Pins and is the ideal destination for outdoor breaks in the lap of nature. The resort is large and peaceful, and boasts numerous amenities such as an inviting pool complex, tennis courts, a multi-use sports field, mini farm and outdoor playground, as well as dining facilities like a bar and restaurant.

This serene campsite in Nans-les-Pins has a great choice of accommodation options, with mobile homes nestled in the shade and privacy of spacious green emplacements.

What are the best things to do while camping in Nans-Les-Pins?

Make the most of your camping holiday in Nans-les-Pins by exploring the highlights of the town that include the Oratory of Miette, the chapel of the White Penitents and the ruins of Château du Vieux Nans. It’s also very pleasant just to stroll around the age-old streets, where the history and heritage of a typical town in Var is well displayed.

The real benefit of a stay in and around Nans-les-Pins is the stunning countryside landscapes that sprawl outward from the town. The main event for lovers for outdoor recreation will be the Sainte-Baume Natural Regional Park, an area of spectacular natural heritage that is best explored on foot or by bicycle. Between walking through woodland, following the meandering rivers or hiking upwards, there’s plenty to appreciate in this lovely nature park.

Nans-les-Pins is also a great base from which to explore the wider area of Var, and indeed the south of France. If you have a car, it’s highly recommended that you plan a day trip or two to the coast. One of the easiest places to visit by the sea is Cassis, a scenic shore town with the gorgeous Plage de la Grande Mer beach. Cassis is also a great place to arrange visits to the striking beauty of the Calanques National Park.

Although a stay at Nans-les-Pins is ideal for lovers of the countryside, it’s possible for visitors to spend some time in the big city. Along with excellent shopping and eating experience, Marseilles boasts a fine array of tourist attractions such as the Old Port of Marseille, Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean, Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, Cathédrale La Major, Palais Longchamp, Vallon des Auffes and the Marseille History Museum.