Remarkable destinations For a great family holiday

An unforgettable holiday in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

The campsite L’Eau Vive in Les Arcs-sur-Argens is ideally located between the French Riviera’s fine sandy or pebble beaches and the Southern French Alps mountains, which are teeming with hikes and outdoor activities.
Stroll through seaside towns along the Mediterranean coastline. Admire the scenery of countryside villages surrounded by pine forests and lavender fields, or the vineyards and olive groves of the Provence region where we can hear the song of the cicadas. Discover the stunning Verdon Gorge, lakes and picturesque villages, such as Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, Saint-Tropez or Les Arc-sur-Argens.
Savour some local fare on the colourful markets in the Var and enjoy a wide range of activities, whether in water, on land or in the air.
The region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur has a variety of landscapes, making it the perfect place for a family holiday!

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Les Arcs-sur-Argens The medieval town

While nature lovers will want to opt for fishing and canoeing/kayaking on the Argens, enthusiasts of regional products will prefer cycling the vineyards to visit the local cellars. Step into the Middle Ages thanks to the activities and entertainment offered during the biennial Medieval event.


Fréjus Saint-Raphaël and beaches

The Var coastline boasts lots of idyllic beaches, coves and rocky inlets with turquoise waters. Sunbathe, dive, navigate the waters ... thousands of activities await you along the Mediterranean. You can also take a seaside stroll or meander through the historical districts of Fréjus and Saint-Raphaël, two typical towns of the Provence region.


Cannes Between the glitz and glamour of the big screen and authentic Provence-style charm

Cannes is characterized by its film festival, the legendary climb up the red carpeted steps and the star-studded floor, but also by an idyllic setting that takes your breath away. Enjoy the Croisette promenade, the Old Port and views from the Suquet district. Or relax on the Lérins islands amidst coves, forests, fortress and abbeys.


Verdon Gorge Beauty in its purest form

There are a variety of ways to admire the  incredible landscapes. You can visit villages designated as some of the ‘Most Beautiful Villages in France’, such as Cotignac, Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, Aups, etc. Or how about a swim in emerald lakes, a trip to amazing waterfalls like the one in Sillans-la-Cascade, thrilling experiences such as caving, bungee jumping and hot air balloon rides, or activities for sports enthusiasts, including climbing, hiking, paragliding, river rapids swimming, mountain biking, etc.?

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Saint-Cassien Lake Unspoilt nature

Nature and animals are king at lake Saint-Cassien. Ideal for relaxing and having fun with family and friends, this preserved natural space is a great place to fish, and the Fondurane biotope is home to more than 180 bird species. A real moment to unwind is within reach!

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Saint-Tropez An emblematic French Riviera village

Well-know for its chic appeal, Saint-Tropez has a lot to offer. You can stroll along the port, feel the pulse of the famous Place des Lices busy with petanque players and bordered by the Musée de la Gendarmerie et du Cinéma, admire the view from the citadel, join the party in bars, restaurants and nightclubs and taste the city’s traditional pie by the name of tarte tropézienne!

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The ‘Rocher’ (Rock) of Roquebrune-sur-Argens A listed site of national interest

With its green shrubland, sheer cliffs and caves, the red rocks of this mountain stand between the Estérel and Maures mountain ranges. You can explore the beauty of this site on foot (Les Trois Croix, GR51, etc.), by bike, on horse or even from the water.