In the south of France, directly on the Mediterranean Sea, lies Camp du Domaine. On the way to the camping site you start to feel the Mediterranean climate. The camping site is surrounded by vineyards. The attractive village of Le Lavandou is nearby. There is a weekly market on Thursdays. From this village the boat leaves for Ile de Levant, one of the ‘Golden Islands’. Bormes-les-Mimosas, a bit further along, is renowned for its abundance of flowers.
Relaxing under your own thatched roof
The camping site is built against a hill. The pitches have lots of vegetation, so it looks like you are camping amidst nature. Near the beach you will find pitches that often have their own access to the beach. The advantage of these pitches is that they have a straw roof, so you will always have some shade at your pitch. The other camping pitches are also surrounded by much greenery. Therefore, whichever pitch you choose, you will always be guaranteed some shade nearby.
With the sea at your feet and 750 m of private beach, there is no reason why you should not visit Camp du Domaine. Floating on an airbed in the sea, building sand castles or simply soaking up the sun; you can do it all on this glorious beach. Because the camping site is located in a small bay, the waves are quite moderate. This makes it also possible for children to swim in the sea.