Provence, Alpes and Côte d'Azur

Rich in historic and cultural heritage, Provence is all about stunning landscapes, festivals, food markets and beautiful architecture.

To the east of Provence is the Côte d’Azur which is part of the French Riviera.

As well as being relaxed regions, these areas of France are full of authentic and ancient customs that are still celebrated and shared with visitors today. Much of its popularity can be attributed to the sunny, dry summers and mild winters that the region enjoys. The beaches are a real attraction, and the region’s harbours make a great place to watch the world go by, with glamorous yachts and celebrities galore.

There will be plenty of photo opportunities whilst exploring the sleepy hilltop villages, such as Bonnieux, and strolling through the quaint towns of Provence. Become immersed in the history and serene lifestyle of this southern region.

In Côte d’Azur, the perfumed streets of Grasse and the historical cobbles of Vence are exciting places to explore with many opportunities to sit and watch the world go by at one of the traditional boutique cafes.

Major towns and cities

  • Aix en Provence – a town of authentic Provençal houses and historical sites
  • Toulon – old picturesque city of ancient fountains and daily markets
  • Briançon – in the heart of the southern Alps, a city renowned for its health
  • Grasse – seen as the world’s perfume capital
  • Cannes – a busy tourist destination
  • Vence – a medieval walled village set in a hillside
  • Nice – the natural beauty of the area attracts many artists

Regional attractions

  • Les Baux – a village is carved into stone on a rocky outcrop
  • Gorges du Verdon – a stunning canyon with views and lots of activities to get involved in
  • Calanque du Sugiton – great for hiking with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean
  • Castle Hill – beautiful sweeping views of the city, Alps and Mediterranean
  • Promenade Le Corbusier – stunning views out to sea and within walking distance to Monaco
  • Monaco – with its expensive atmosphere, soak up the local culture with a visit to this sovereign city-state

Did you know you could save money when you book your ferry crossing and campsite or overseas site night vouchers together?


Sites key: Overseas Site

Top questions

How do I book an overseas site?

Overseas site bookings can be made online. Discounts are common when you combine a site booking with your ferry or Eurotunnel crossing.  

Does the Club take deposits for overseas bookings?

Yes, deposits for overseas bookings are calculated at 20% for a site and 25% for a ferry (unless it is a non-refundable ferry/Eurotunnel in which case full payment is due at time of booking). The final balance is due 10 weeks prior to travel.

Is the standard of overseas sites similar to that of the UK?

European sites are star-rated by local authorities and will have different standards and regulations to the UK. The Club's site inspectors ensure they are of a high standard for our members.

This is my first visit abroad with my caravan/motorhome. How can the Club help?

The Club's first time abroad section explains everything you need to know about going on your first overseas touring holiday.

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