The glitz and glamour of the ‘French Riviera’ on the magnificent Côte d’Azur. Admire yachts of a size you could never imagine and stroll ancient towns where Kings ruled. A France you’ll never forget.
Located on the edge of the Paillais Hill nestled in the trees, Ramatuelle is a typical Mediterranean village composing of passages, stairs and narrow streets scattered with flowers.
A mixture of beach, harbour, breath-taking gardens and authentic old town makes Menton a popular destination in this region. Being located near the French border means you can take a trip into Italy.
Soirées Estivales (June - Sept)
The French Riviera showcases talent from classical and jazz music to theatre. The summer evenings festival has over 400 performances held in 150 areas of the region.
Indulge in oysters, mussels and other amazing shellfish and fish dishes, at the most famous seafood brasserie in Cannes. Book in advance as the restaurant is full every night!
“It’s probably because the Côte d’Azur offers so much to customers of all ages that brings them back year after year. Beaches, cities, glamour and shopping from Montecarlo to St Tropez is all I need to say.”
Camping in Côte d'Azur means sun, sea, stars and shopping. Lots of shopping! Whichever way you look at it, the French Riviera oozes style and sophistication. For some it's the long beaches fringed by azure waters and Mediterranean climate that make the Côte d'Azur the perfect camping holiday destination. For others elegant Cannes, stylish Nice and princely Monaco are simply irresistible. But there's far more to the region than just glamour. Authentic Provencal culture, cuisine and wine are among France's finest. While scenic highlights include the Gorges de Verdon, Pont du Gard and the fragrant perfume town of Grasse. You'll find Al Fresco luxury mobile homes on four fun-packed campsites in the Côte d'Azur: La Baume in Frejus, Esterel in Agay, Douce Quietude in Saint Raphael and Les Prairies de la Mer in Port Grimaud.
What to eat and drink in Cote d'Azur
Salade nicoise, daube beef stew and classic bouillabaisse seafood stew are excellent. Wine wise, go for Bandol and Côtes de Provence rosé and red or refreshing Château Minuty rosé from Gulf of St Tropez.
What to see and do in Cote d'Azur
Aqualand: For children, no camping holiday to the Côte d'Azur is complete without a trip to this waterpark in Fréjus. Whizz down slides of every description - try out the unique twister slide - and the largest wave pool in Europe. Nice: Admire the Belle Epoque buildings, the Cours Saleya flower market, Matisse museum, ancient Roman ruins and the Russian Cathedral. Monaco: tootle round the world famous street racing circuit past the casino and along the port where mega-yachts glint in the sun. Cannes: Act like a film star, stroll along the Croisette past the Palais des Festivals where the real film stars have left their handprints, before sipping a cocktail at Jimmy's. Watch the Tour de France from here!