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Camping French Riviera

The French Riviera, the Southern French coastal region where you'll find Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice, Monaco and Monte-Carlo, is a diverse area. The picture many have of this region: that is luxurious, and people there are enjoying the good life, is true. But don't forget: there are plenty of affordable campsites in the area, from where you can discover the breathtaking seaside resorts and the beautiful hinterland.

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Authentic fishing villages, sunflower fields and cave houses, the French Riviera is much more than a succession of beaches and expensive seaside resorts. You'll definitely enjoy your camping holiday at the beautiful family-owned campsites, which have all the comforts you could possibly wish for. They are a great base for excursions to the cities or natural landscapes nearby. Most campsites are just 10 - 20 km from the coast.

Swimming at the campsite

If you don't like swimming in the sea, you'll be well-served at a campsite here. Well-maintained swimming pools (sometimes heated) with pool slides, paddling pools and other amenities will keep you and your children entertained. The multilingual, engaging entertainment will also charm your family.

Days out on the French Riviera

On the French Riviera you can really enjoy a relaxed holiday with sun, sea, and sand. Laze on the beach for days on end, stroll through opulent cities, or walk through the beautiful, untouched countryside.

  • Nice
    Nice is far and away the largest city on the French Riviera. There's plenty to do here. Walk through the beautiful museums, or visit the castle for an unforgettable, panoramic view.
  • Monaco
    This Principality, with independent status within France, is somewhere everyone should visit at least once. It's all about the luxury here: from the shops and the port, to the most famous casino in the world. Monaco also provides the backdrop to many top artistic and sports events. Tip: drive your car around some of the famous streets that serve as the Formula 1 circuit every year.
  • Gorges du Verdon
    The largest and best known canyon in Europe. Walk through the hills, go mountain biking, or go on a challenging climb. You can head onto the water with canoes or rafts.
  • Aquatica
    For a fun day out, don't miss the largest water theme park in Europe. Here you'll find numerous swimming pools, a gigantic wave pool and all sorts of water slides. Both young and old will have plenty of splashy fun here.
  • If you're planning on leaving the campsite to go on excursions, you won't be disappointed. Here are some things you definitely shouldn't miss during your holiday to this southern part of France.

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