Camping in the south of France: an ideal destination to combine sun, nature and culture
The south of France is an irresistible array of sun, wild landscapes and beaches primed for relaxation. With its tuneful accents and exciting traditions, this destination promises an experience that is as exotic as it is authentic.
Your camping experience in the south of France will be memorable, thanks to our quality establishments, which blend perfectly into the natural surroundings of their settings. With excellent leisure facilities and comfortable accommodation, you will find true happiness during your stay with us!
Where to go camping in the south of France? Top 5 of the most beautiful regions to discover
From west to east, the south of France is characterized by the diversity of its landscapes and traditions. An abundance of treasures just waiting to be explored.
Camping in the south-west of France
Miles of golden sandy beaches, the Atlantic Ocean, endless pine forests, nature parks and towns with a captivating past. Welcome to the southwest of France.
Camping in Aquitaine with its enchanting wild coast
While camping in Aquitaine, discover majestic Bordeaux, the Dune du Pilat and the Bassin d'Arcachon in Gironde. In Landes, head to the wild beaches to learn about surfing. Visit Biarritz, Saint-Jean de Luz, Hendaye and its surroundings to immerse yourself in Basque culture.
Camping in Midi-Pyrénées with its incredible history and natural heritage
When you go camping in the Midi-Pyrénées, you don't want to miss Toulouse and its magnificent Place du Capitole. Ensure to visit Pau, the city of Henri IV, as well as the vineyards of Cahors. The Gorges du Tarn and the Gavarnie circus will impress you with their breath-taking beauty.
Camping in the south-east of France
The unmissable song of the cicadas, the gentle atmosphere of the Mediterranean, turquoise coves and unspoiled nature. Discover all the charm of the southeast of France.
Camping in Languedoc-Roussillon with its fascinating cultural heritage
The medieval city of Carcassonne is a must-see during your camping trip in Languedoc-Roussillon. Also, discover the lively atmosphere of Montpellier, without forgetting the impressive arenas of Nîmes and the regional natural park of La Camargue. Our campsites by the Mediterranean Sea will provide you with sunny and relaxing holidays.
Camping in Cote d’Azur & Provence with its irresistible Mediterranean charm
The Cote d’Azur & Provence will certainly seduce you with its unique atmosphere and charming culture. Soak up the poetry of Avignon, take time to discover the French Riviera with Marseille, its creeks and its picturesque port, not to mention Sainte-Maxime, Fréjus and Nice.
Campsite in Corsica with its idyllic natural setting
The Island of Beauty is a dream setting, between paradisiacal beaches and grandiose mountains. Among its must-sees in Corsica are the unspoiled natural treasures of the Scandola nature reserve, Île-Rousse, the Lavezzi islands, and of course the towns of Bastia, Porto-Vecchio, Ajaccio and Calvi.
The South of France: An ideal destination for any type of holiday
Camping in the south of France is synonymous with festivity, freedom and discovery of wild but beautiful natural settings. Choose your perfect camping holiday style with us.
Camping for families with children
Share unforgettable holiday moments with your loved ones thanks to the fabulous facilities at our campsites. We have fantastic water parks like the one at Campsite Petit Mousse in Languedoc-Roussillon or exciting playgrounds like the one at Campsite La Côte d´Argent in Aquitaine.
Camping for couples
Savour the gentle lull of romance when camping as a couple at one of our intimate destinations in the south of France. Holidaymakers will love the comfort and privacy offered by the charming cottages at Campsite Domaine d'Anghione in Corsica or the massages in the wellness area at the Campsite Mayotte Vacances in Aquitaine.
Camping with your dog
Good news for dog owners... most of our campsites in the south of France accept our four-legged friends! Take the opportunity to walk together in the green and shaded areas surrounding our establishments, such as Campsite Le Coteau de la Marine in Provence or the Campsite Rieumontagné in the Midi-Pyrénées.
The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in the south of France for unforgettable holidays
You will be spoiled for choice for your camping holiday in the south of France. Our resorts cater to all holiday styles, for truly memorable camping escapes.
Camping by the sea
Whether you prefer the Atlantic Ocean or the Mediterranean Sea, there is no shortage of campsites by the sea in the south of France. You will be seduced by the charming of Campsite Atlantic Club Montalivet and Campsite Le Castellas, as both offer direct access to a lovely beach.
Campsites with a waterpark
For thrill seekers, head to our campsites with a water park. You will be won over by the fantastic water slides at Campsite Le Palace in Aquitaine and Campsite Val de Cantobre in Midi-Pyrénées.
Campsites with swimming pools
Splashing around or relaxing in swimming pools is often the highlight of a perfect holiday, so you'll be glad to know that the vast majority of our campsites in the south of France come equipped with excellent pool complexes. Making the most of the sun, our pools are the ideal place for swimming, water games and chilling out. We even have covered pools like the one at Campsite Domaine la Yole in Languedoc-Roussillon.
5 star luxury campsites
Luxury camping in the south of France is a guarantee of exceptional quality. Taste the refinement at Campsite Les Dunes in Languedoc-Roussillon, with its luxury mobile homes equipped with hot tubs and tasteful interior design.
Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in the south of France
A camping trip is best enjoyed when holidaymakers have prepared and planned ahead of arrival. Here are our FAQs to help you get the most out of your holiday in the south of France.
When to go camping in the south of France?
The best time to go camping in the south of France is between May and September, to enjoy the climate that is ideally suited to outdoor activities.
How much does it cost to go camping in the south of France?
- Low season (March-June and September-November): prices are very attractive in low season in the south of France. Depending on the destination, campsite and accommodation chosen, prices vary between £130/€150 and £430/€500 per week.
- High season (July-August): strong demand on our campsites in the south of France during this period means prices are higher.
We have a very wide selection of campsites in the south of France to satisfy all budgets, in the most popular and most visited regions. Between the French Riviera and the Atlantic Ocean, you can find the ideal campsite for your holiday. Regarding the low and high season prices, it all depends on what you are looking for.
What type of camping accommodation is available in the south of France?
You will find mobile homes with terraces, bungalows, equipped tents and emplacements to pitch your tent. Please feel free to use the filters function to refine your search.
Which campsites accept dogs in the south of France?
Most of our campsites in the south of France accept dogs. Among them are:
What are the best campsites with a swimming pool in the south of France?
Here is our selection of the best campsites in the south of France with swimming pools:
What are the best campsites with a water park in the south of France?
Here is our selection of the best campsites with a water park in the south of France:
What are the best campsites near a lake in the south of France?
We have a great selection of campsites in the south of France near lakes, such as:
What are the best campsites near mountains in the south of France?
Which major cities are good to visit in the south of France?
The major unmissable cities to visit in the south of France are Bordeaux, Toulouse, Montpellier, Marseille and Nice.
How to get to the south of France?
The best way to get to the south of France from the UK and Ireland is by airplane. There are several routes for major airports in the UK and Ireland offering direct and one-stop flights to a selection of airports in the south of France including Nice, Marseilles, Bordeaux, Béziers and Montpellier.
How to get around the south of France?
There are several ways to get around in the south of France, but hiring a car is the best way as it offers the most freedom. The main roads of the area are well maintained, allowing holidaymakers to get around quickly and easily.
Buses are also a good way to hop between towns and cities, while trains offer good links between major cities. If you plan to explore the local area around our campsites, bicycles are a great choice.