When you think of the Côte d'Azur you quickly think of luxury seaside resorts and lots of tourism. But did you also know that you find very nice quiet holiday spots in this versatile region? Camping Lauriers Roses in Saint Aygulf is such a lovely place.
No noise from discos or noisy animation, but peace and space. And the location is also excellent! At only 3 km from the beach and 2.5 km from Saint Aygulf for the necessary messages!
Nature, peace and comfort Many of the accommodations at Camping Les Lauriers Roses are located on hidden terraces on a hill, giving you a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea and the Esterel Mountains. The facilities are also in good shape here. The heated swimming pool with adjoining bar and restaurant are the centre of the campsite. Enjoy a tasty local specialty and sip your wine on the terrace during a sultry summer evening. To enjoy! And no worries, tomorrow you move enough to stay in shape. Organise a volleyball tournament with your holiday neighbours, play a game of table tennis with your adolescent or run after your toddler in the playground. This will be a fantastic holiday for everyone!
Do everything in the immediate vicinity And we mean really close! Because the nature reserve Les Petits Maures is right next to the campsite. Ask for the walking routes at the reception. Opposite the campsite you can walk through the Les Étangs de Villepey nature park to the beach. Or rent a bike on the spot and kick yourself to Saint Aygulf for the local markets on Tuesdays and Fridays. During a holiday on the Côte, a visit to Cannes is of course a must. Marvel at the expensive yachts and stroll like a movie star on the Boulevard de la Croisette. Follow the Route des Crêtes, a beautiful high coastal road that runs from Cassis to La Ciotat. It leads you past 17 kilometres of surreal moonscape with the highlight being the Grande Tête; the highest rock of the Côte d'Azur. And last but not least; surprise your children with a day at Aqua park or Luna Park in Fréjus. Fun guaranteed! Will you also come to Southern France this summer!?
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