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Campsite recommendations Provence region

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cluecu · 16/01/2022 19:56

Posting here for additional traffic Grin

Very tentatively excited about booking a holiday in France for the 1st 2 weeks of September 2022 and would love some recommendations as it's a whole new country for us in terms of holidays (apart from Paris) smile

Just to point out, chalet type places rather than actual tents as we're not driving.

Just me and DH, no children. We ideally don't want to hire a car (unless essential) but happy to take taxis, trains, buses etc.

Looking around Avignon and then making our way to the coast, fly home from marseille. So any areas in this whole region considered before we then stay elsewhere on the coast.

Any campsites that have the following?

Reasonably near to train or bus station I.e.10 miles
Swimming pool
On site bar and restaurant
Other bars or restaurants in walking distance, approx up to an hour's walk
Ideally private bathroom but flexible on this

Thank you so much!

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Fivemoreminutes1 · 17/01/2022 06:56

We really like Domaine de Massereau. It’s not too large, on a vineyard (you can get tours and wine tasting), has a spa and the restaurant serves pretty decent food. It’s 2km from a gorgeous little town called Sommieres.

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cluecu · 17/01/2022 07:45

Thank you @Fivemoreminutes1 I will take a look Smile

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MissAmbrosia · 17/01/2022 12:16

azurbeach.com and Prairies de la Mer at Port Grimaud. You can get a boat to St Tropez.

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cluecu · 17/01/2022 16:48

@missambrosia thank you!

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