Camping on the glorious French Riviera

Camping Au Vallon Rouge
Monaco Zoological Gardens
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
The Asian Art Museum
The Matisse Museum
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niceThe Cote d’Azur is the envy of Europe and famous around the world. Its exceptional climate, varied landscapes, and wonderful flora and fauna make this coast probably one of the best places you can choose for a summer holiday. While staying at the Au Vallon Rouge campsite, take advantage of its great location to explore this glamorous part of France.

Places not to be missed

Your stay in this region won’t be complete without a visit to these iconic places:

  • Antibes and its port, Vauban
  • Juan-les-Pins, the nearby seaside resort where the legendary jazz festival is held every year
  • Nice with its well-known Promenade des Anglais, the old town and the Colline du Château
  • Cannes, where stars of the Film Festival sashay down the Croisette in May
  • Menton, a sweet little village not far from the Italian border
  • Monaco and the splendours of this tiny Principality
  • Grasse, a town of irresistibly Provençal charm

Beautiful Landscapes

There are plenty of pleasures in store for nature-lovers too, as this campsite in La Colle sur Loup is surrounded by some wonderful sites of natural beauty. Here are some of the most famous ones:

  • The Verdon Gorge, a breathtaking river canyon in Provence
  • Mercantour National Park with its vertiginous summits
  • The inland countryside above Nice
  • The lovely little inlets all along the Cote d’Azur

The French Riviera has the winning advantage of mountains on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other. This exceptional setting, combined with a dry, sunny climate, gives rise to some amazing views and lots of scope for lovely outings up and down the coast.

Cultural Riches

Culture vultures at our campsite near Cagnes-sur-Mer can enjoy several museums in the vicinity, including:

  • Matisse Museum
  • Asian Art Museum
  • Museum of Marvels
  • Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

cuisineLast but not least, make sure you take time to enjoy a meal in one of the many friendly little restaurants in the South of France – sample the pleasures of the typically Mediterranean cuisine of Nice, bursting with the flavours of the sunny south like tomato, garlic and olive oil.