Bouches du Rhône

Home to iconic towns such as Marseille, Arles and Aix-en-Provence, the Bouches du Rhône is a prime destination for a camping holiday in Provence. Hikers and climbers love this area with inspiring landscapes such as Sainte-Victoire, painted by Cézanne, the wilder Camargue, and the Calanques with white cliffs plunging into the turquoise sea. Explore the Bouches du Rhône from one of our campsites and enjoy this stunning playground for adventure and relaxation. Choose between campsites on the coast of the French Riviera, in the hinterland, in the heart of the vineyards or surrounded by flamingos. The Mediterranean is never far away - under an hour - regardless of your base camp location.

From Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer to La Ciotat, the Bouches du Rhône coast passes from marshes to the rocky Calanques cliffs, not to mention Berre lagoon. Such variety makes the coast a delight to visit. Choose a campsite in the PACA region and discover a range of landscapes in a single holiday. Explore the Alpilles to the north: a protected a regional nature park with sheep, vineyards, olive trees and limestone cliffs draw a striking portrait of Provence. Hiking trails wind through wild landscapes, often taking old drover’s roads and passing through wineries. The natural campsites in the area hold endless promise.

Camping in the PACA region is a great way to combine walking and gourmet pleasures. Aix calissons are a sweet delicacy ideal for a break when visiting the town. And don’t leave your five-star campsite without having tucked into fresh fish from the port of Marseille. In Camargue, taste bull stew served with locally grown rice. Visit Arles for typical historical heritage and sample its fougasse bread and telline shellfish soup.