Discover the region

From the Mediterranean to the Alpes, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region abounds with natural and cultural wonders. Scattered with historical heritage and majestic landscapes bathed in the sun all year round. Camping in PACA is possible all year round, for the snow or the sea, for a relaxing or action-packed holiday.


Benefit from all the pleasures of the sea in PACA. From your Côte d'Azur campsite, enjoy many water activities including water skiing, jet skiing, diving and inflatable towables, as well as relaxing on famous beaches like Saint-Aygulf near Fréjus, Cigales in Port-Grimaud and Estagnol in Bormes-les-Mimosas. The coves and turquoise water as a backdrop for maritime gastronomy with southern scents will make your camping holiday in Provence into an unforgettable experience. The Camargue offers a completely different atmosphere with salt marshes, pink flamingos, and vast stretches protected by a regional natural park.

A little further north, discover the spectacular Gorges du Verdon leading to the beautiful Lac de Sainte-Croix. Another location for enjoying your favourite water activities - but in fresh water! The Rhône awaits you in Avignon where the old town is dominated by the memory of the popes, just north of the Alpilles and their indisputable fief in Baux de Provence. With low vegetation bathing in sunshine, this is the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a campsite with pool - why not in the heart of the Luberon Regional Park - for the ultimate getaway. All the way to Mont Ventoux where the vineyards provide a stunning holiday backdrop before blending with lavender in the Alpes de Haute Provence.


The mountains climb gradually, the Provençal atmosphere pervades, and the gastronomy served in PACA campsites delights your taste buds: vineyards in Orange, the Aix Calisson, Camargue rice, olive oil from Nyons, bouillabaisse from Marseille, and much more. Toward the mountains, the specialities have a more alpine flavour with many cheeses, Champsaur tourtons and cured meats.


The north of the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur region has its own identity. In the Mercantour Natural Park above Nice, the peaks reach 3,000 metres, and the peaks of the Écrins National Park reach over 4,000 metres. The campsites in the Hautes-Alpes have snow caravans for welcoming visitors, even in winter. It is the ideal place to immerse yourself in the mountains in a natural campsite benefiting from all the beauty of the area. You can also the Vauban forts scattered along the Italian border.


The diversity of Provence’s campsites guarantees a fun-filled getaway: there are landscapes and activities for all tastes. Take in unexpected experiences and discoveries for the ultimate camping holiday!