Camping South of France holidays

Splendid beaches and coves, picturesque villages, stunning gorges... all blessed with glorious sunshine! No need to travel far for a complete change of scenery. Just book your holiday at a Yelloh! Village campsite in the South of France!

Campsite rentals in the South of France


Whether you're going on holiday with the family or with friends, head for a much sought-after destination: the South of France. And to make the experience even more special, you can’t beat a stay at a fantastic campsite. At Yelloh! Village, we offer a wide range of destinations, from east to west, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, giving you the opportunity to discover this amazing country. The song of cicadas, fine food, never-ending forests, lavender fields, vineyards as far as the eye can see… the South of France holds all the promise of a wonderful holiday.


Not only can you make the most of the amenities at your campsite, such as the swimming pool, playgrounds, wellness areas and restaurants, but you can also explore the surrounding area during your stay. And with Yelloh! Village, you’ve got plenty of choice. Whether you prefer the mountains, forests, lakes or beaches, you’ll find campsites with pitches to match your expectations. There’s a multitude of different landscapes to choose from, depending on your preferences and mood. Spend your days trekking along the hiking trails or relax, your toes dipped in the water, by the sea, river or ocean – simply savour your family stay in the sun-kissed South of France!

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campings Lozère

campings Pyrénées Orientales

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Mobile home rental in the South of France


When summer sets in, you’re ready for a healthy dose of sunshine. On a camping holiday in the South of France, you can take advantage of the benefits of your mobile home and the amenities to be found at your Yelloh! Village campsite. Offering the perfect blend of comfort, freedom and close contact with nature, renting a mobile home will become your number 1 holiday choice whenever you want to explore the delights of the South of France. At Yelloh! Village, our mobile homes come with all the equipment you need for an enjoyable holiday with family or friends.


In the South of France where the sun shines and the birds sing, it’s also extremely pleasant to sleep in the great outdoors. Take this opportunity to connect with nature and rent a camping pitch for your tent or camper van. Some camping pitches even come with private sanitary facilities!


Once you’ve settled in, gather the family together and start to make the most of the campsite amenities. After a day of activities, laze away your time by the refreshing swimming pool or in the wellness area. Let your children make new friends at the children’s clubs and take them along to the water parks. Savour a delicious cocktail as you admire a magnificent sunset and join in the entertainment on offer for campers of every age.



What can you do while camping in the South of France?


France simply has so much to offer. From one idyllic spot to another, via the must-see destinations, you certainly won't be disappointed. The sun shines pretty much all the time in this part of the country and time almost feels suspended.


Everywhere you look in the South of France, you’ll find breathtaking landscapes. From the majestic mountains of the Pyrenees to the vast lavender plains of Provence and the rolling vineyards of the Languedoc-Roussillon, no one can fail to be impressed. In the south-west, admire the endless beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and the Basque Country, and take a trip to Cap Ferret. Then head for the majestic pine forests of the Landes, the “green lung” of this region that is also stunning to look at. In the south-east, gaze in awe at the magnificent scenery of Provence as the cicadas serenade you, go hiking on the famed Mont Ventoux, or bask on the beaches of the Mediterranean coast.


The South of France is paradise if you love outdoor pursuits. The sportiest among you will be delighted to learn that there are countless stunning locations for hiking. Set off on a walk to the famous Gorges du Verdon, where’ll you be rewarded with some spectacular panoramas. Or if you're the type that goes on holiday to relax, you can head straight for the Côte d’Azur, where the sandy beaches and turquoise waters have their own special allure.


Feeling peckish? There’s also plenty to discover when it comes to the local cuisine in this foodies’ paradise! To the east of France, your menu will include a delicious pistou soup with basil straight from Provence, accompanied by the traditional Tielle Sétoise (a kind of pie). For your main course, we recommend a mouthwatering bouillabaisse and a portion of ratatouille, a summer dish typical of the South of France. And now it's time for dessert! Try the amazing calissons from Aix-en-Provence, little sweets made from almond, melon and candied oranges. And if you have a particularly sweet tooth, be sure to taste a delicious slice of Tarte Tropézienne.


The food in the west is just as tasty! Start your culinary escapade with a slice of the famous Bayonne ham or an excellent duck foie gras, two distinctive specialities of the south-west. For your main course, we have two recommendations: opt for a traditional Cassoulet de Castelnaudary or a delicious duck breast, served with potatoes. Still have room for dessert? Perfect! Take your pick from these yummy afters: the delicious Basque cake, the luscious macaroons of Saint-Émilion or the traditional Bordeaux cannelé pastries. A tantalising treat for your tastebuds!


As for sightseeing and heritage, the region harbours some gorgeous towns that you’ll be keen to visit. Head for Nice, the jewel of the Côte d’Azur, famous for its Promenade des Anglais and the colourful Old Nice. Then set off for Aix-en-Provence, the home of artists and writers, a city brimming with elegance and refinement. Its Provençal style architecture, shaded squares and pretty fountains lend it an aura of charm and tranquillity.


And there are plenty of other unique and historic towns to choose from. Journey back in time in Carcassonne, a fortified medieval town that looks like something straight out of a fairy tale, with its imposing citadel and impressive ramparts. Continuing your way in the west of France, head up to Bordeaux, a majestic city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also an unmissable destination for wine lovers, history buffs and food lovers.



What are the activities on offer in the South of France?

When the days start to warm up, you can enjoy an array of activities in the southern French sunshine. Here are just a few ideas:

  • Explore the Verdon Natural Regional Park
  • Go hiking around Mont Ventoux or Queyras
  • Discover the Colorado Provençal
  • Admire the Calanques National Park and the Calanques (or creeks) of Cassis
  • Explore the Dune du Pilat and Arcachon Bay
  • Visit Les Baux-de-Provence and its quarries 
  • Uncover the riches of the Basque country
  • Take a dip in the creeks of the Esterel
  • Spend some time enjoying the Côte d’Azur
  • Explore the Gorges du Tarn
  • Discover the authentic wilds of the Camargue
  • Practise sports activities at the Lake of Serre-Ponçon
  • Tour the Ayous lakes in the Pyrenees
  • Take a trip to the Island of Porquerolles
  • Admire the Pic du Midi and the Cirque de Gavarnie


What are the sightseeing attractions in the South of France?

  • The Palace of the Popes in Avignon (Vaucluse)
  • The Roman amphitheatre in Nimes (Gard)
  • The Pont du Gard (Gard)
  • The Medieval City of Carcassonne (Aude)
  • The Camargue Natural Regional Park (Gard)
  • Sainte-Croix Lake (Var)
  • The old port of Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhone)
  • The Roman theatre in Orange (Vaucluse)
  • The Orgues d’Ille-sur-Tet rock formations (Pyrénées Orientales)
  • Lascaux cave (in Dordogne)
  • The Cité du Vin in Bordeaux (Gironde)


Which are the most beautiful towns in the South of France?

The towns and cities of the South of France are unarguably among the best destinations for you to explore during your stay with family or friends. Here are just a few:

  • Bordeaux
  • Nice
  • Toulouse
  • Cannes
  • Biarritz
  • Avignon
  • Montpellier
  • Toulon
  • Carcassonne
  • Marseille
  • Uzès
  • Saint-Emilion
  • Perpignan
  • Toulon
  • Ramatuelle
  • Aix-en-Provence


Which are the most beautiful villages in the South of France?   

Summer is the perfect time to head for the South of France and stroll around some of its most beautiful villages.

  • Saint-Tropez (Var)
  • Seillans (Var)
  • Les Baux-de-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)
  • Collioure (Pyrénées-Orientales)
  • Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert (Hérault)
  • Saint-Cirq-Lapopie (Lot)
  • Rocamadour (Lot)
  • Gordes (Vaucluse)
  • Monpazier (Dordogne)
  • Èze (Alpes-Maritimes)
  • Saint-Paul-de-Vence
  • La Couvertoirade (Aveyron)
  • Villefranche-de-Conflent (Pyrénées-Orientales)


Where are the most beautiful beaches in the South of France?

  • Cap Taillat beach
  • L’Espiguette beach
  • The central beach at Hossegor
  • Le Porge-Océan beach
  • The beaches on the Basque coast
  • Vensac beach
  • L'Escalet beach
  • Rix beach
  • Pampelonne beach
  • The beaches of the Gorges du Verdon
  • Contis beach
  • Le Truc Vert beach
  • L'Estagnol beach


What are the culinary specialities of the South of France?

The South of France has a strong culinary heritage, which can be seen – and tasted – in the dishes served every day. Sit back and savour:

  • Green or black olive tapenade
  • Aioli of Provence
  • Pissaladière (flatbread with various toppings)
  • Fougasse, the Provençal flatbread
  • The Espelette pepper
  • Cannelé pastries from Bordeaux
  • Duck confit
  • Catalan cream
  • Gardianne de taureau beef stew
  • Brandade de Nîmes salt cod dish
  • Ratatouille
  • Bouillabaisse
  • Cassoulet
  • Tielle de Sète pie


You now have all the information you need to spend a holiday to remember with family or friends in the South of France. Get ready for the stay of your dreams and an unforgettable experience immersed in beautiful natural surroundings. Have fun and most of all – happy holiday!