Domaine du Golfe Saint Tropez Campsite is located a little below Grimaud on the southern French Côte d’Azur. This romantic place is guarded by the impressive ruins of a castle that offer a fantastic view over the Massif des Maures and the Bay of Saint-Tropez.Domaine du Golfe de Saint Tropez Campsite is a small holiday resort with a friendly and informal atmosphere.
The grounds are quiet and partly pedestrianised so that your children to run around in a safe environment. Enjoy days by the pool under the summer sun and show off your talent in a game of boules. The fantastic Mediterranean beaches of Saint-Tropez are calling for you! You can also plan in a few trips around the local area to popular tourist destinations such as Sainte-Maxime, Saint-Raphäel, Cannes, Nice or Monaco.
Pool, beach and sea
Your children will have a great time conquering the little pool! Swimming and plashing around – what more could they want? There is also a separate bathing area for the very young ones. The Jacuzzi is located directly opposite. Fancy a bit of beach and sea? You will find several dreamy sand beaches only a few kilometres from the campsite where there are also some water sports facilities. One of these is Pampelonne beach which is 4.5 kilometres long and lies to the south east of Saint-Tropez.
Enjoy your meals under the open sky
The comfortable mobile homes are surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation such as palm, cypress, cork oak and pine trees as well as blossoming oleander. The modern interior of your accommodation includes a fully equipped kitchen. Begin each day by enjoying your breakfast under the open sky and round off the day with a glass of fine wine on your own terrace. Can’t be bothered cooking? Go for a delicious meal in the campsite’s own restaurant where you can also order food to take away. You will also find plenty more restaurants, bars and beach clubs near the harbour area in Port Grimaud, in Saint-Tropez and the Baie de Pampelonne.
Historic alleys and modern private yachts
Grimaud is a magical place with narrow alleyways, historic fountains and beautifully restored old houses. Some of the façades date back to the 15th and 16th century. The well looked after flower and plant displays together with the typical sandy colours of the Provence create a peaceful ambience. You can get a great view of the harbour and surrounding area from the impressive ruins of the castle which dominates over the village from high above. With its canals, bridges and narrow alleyways, Port Grimaud is reminiscent of Venice. This is easy to see when you reach the marina with its numerous mooring points for both small and large private yachts. Those who would like to marvel at the gigantic luxury yachts of the super-rich should head to Saint Tropez. However, it is common to experience heavy traffic jams in summer as this is a very popular tourist destination. It is therefore worth taking a trip to Sainte-Maxime from where small ferry boats, the “les bateaux verts”, will drop you off in Saint-Tropez (www.bateauxverts.com/de/navettes/).
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