Villages, towns and natural beauty such as the Gorges du Verdon! Plus at the campsites you can enjoy the great outdoors. La douce France!
Although the French Riviera is enclosed in a small area, it has a lot to offer. Nice, Cannes, Antibes, Juan-Les-Pins, Monaco and a whole series of inland villages form the unique character of the French Riviera; a harmonious blend of culture and spectacular scenery. The French Riviera is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and if you go it is very convenient to visit from a campsite!
Inland, you'll find a surprise; the Grand Canyon of Verdon, a spectacular gorge that in some places is up to 700 m deep! It’s much smaller than the Grand Canyon US, but intimate, beautiful and wild. This spectacular nature, along with the delicious food (and local wine!) makes the Riviera a real paradise on earth!
Average summer temperature: 28 degrees
Roman Antiquities at Frejus
Banon DOP, goats cheese
Perfumes and soaps from Grasse, lavender and olive oil
Tourtour is a small hamlet known as, due to its enviable position, "Village in the sky". In fact, this small village offers an exceptional view of the surrounding mountains. The church of Saint-Denis is one of the major attractions of the place.
In the region of the Côte d'Azur, Provence is famous for the production of olive oil. When you are near the sea, order a delicious plate of fish. ‘Bouillabaisse’ is a fish soup with seafood and numerous types of fish. Try it for yourself!
In Saint Tropez shopping is an art form! From the central ‘Place de la Garonne’, continue to the port and then to ‘Rue Gambetta’, a long road with many trendy shops. On ‘Rue François Sibilli’ there are the big names like Armani and Gucci.
‘Sillans-la-Cascade’ is a small village with only 500 inhabitants. Those who love waterfalls should not miss this wonderful show. The falls plunge into a mirror of green water... a true paradise on earth.