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Esterel Caravaning: Your 5-Star Campsite on the French Riviera

A Unique Land and Sea Experience

Perfectly Situated Between Cannes and Saint-Tropez, Discover the Luxury of Camping on the French Riviera

In the heart of the stunning French Riviera, halfway between the glamour of Cannes and the picturesque charm of Saint-Tropez, stands Esterel Caravaning, your premier 5-star camping destination. Spread over an impressive 19 hectares, this place is the perfect blend of nature and comfort.

Just minutes away from the bustling center of Saint-Raphaël, Esterel Caravaning in Agay is the ideal location to explore the mesmerizing beaches of the Mediterranean, accessible with a short 5-minute drive. Nestled on the edges of the majestic Esterel Natural Regional Park, our campsite offers 495 meticulously landscaped pitches on wooded hills dotted with flowers. It’s an exceptional natural sanctuary for unforgettable family vacations, reunions with friends, or romantic moments.

Proud of over 40 years of experience, Esterel Caravaning epitomizes authenticity, luxury, and comfort. This 5-star campsite leads the “Glamping” trend in France, a refined mix of traditional camping and glamour. Our facilities feature luxurious infrastructures, with some mobile homes and pitches providing high-end amenities such as private spas, washing machines, and dishwashers, ensuring an unparalleled camping experience.

Esterel Caravaning is more than just a place to stay; it’s a destination offering a wide array of activities and services. Whether you’re seeking dynamic adventures, relaxation, cultural experiences, or simply time to unwind, your vacation with us will be memorable.
Experience Esterel Caravaning on the French Riviera and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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The French Riviera: A Treasure Within Reach from Esterel Caravaning

Agay, the Gem of Saint-Raphael, the Perfect Starting Point to Explore the Region

Welcome to Esterel Caravaning, your peaceful retreat in the heart of the French Riviera. Strategically located between Cannes and Saint-Tropez, our site is the ideal base for discovering the treasures of Var and the Alpes-Maritimes.

The French Riviera is renowned for its idyllic climate, stunning beaches, vibrant cities, and charming villages. It’s a dream destination, celebrated and loved worldwide. From Nice to Menton, every corner of the Riviera reveals its unique beauty, with luxurious villas and upscale hotels, making this area the preferred vacation spot for Europe’s elite for generations.

Cannes and Antibes, with their preserved old towns, are jewels of the coast. Grasse, known as the perfume capital, is home to famous houses like Fragonard, Molinard, and Galimard, surrounded by fragrant countryside that charms the region.

Right next to Esterel Caravaning, Fréjus stands out for its rich Roman heritage, while Saint-Raphael, nestled in the Agay district, offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean. At the foot of the Esterel massif, the Golden Corniche is remarkable for its impressive red volcanic rocks. Saint-Tropez, legendary and glamorous, continues to be a magnet for celebrities every summer.

But the French Riviera also boasts a captivating hinterland. Around Draguignan, the Dracenie region is filled with picturesque villages nestled among vineyards and olive fields.

In the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the Verdon Gorges offer breathtaking landscapes. Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, known for its earthenware, is a showcase of traditional craftsmanship. An excursion not to be missed during your stay at Esterel Caravaning.

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Plage de Saint-Raphaël


Saint-Raphaël: A Jewel of the French Riviera to Explore

Near Saint-Raphaël, Esterel Caravaning: An Ideal Base for Exploration

Nestled just a short drive from the center of Saint-Raphaël, Esterel Caravaning serves as your gateway to one of the most beautiful jewels of the French Riviera. Backed by the Esterel Massif, Saint-Raphaël stretches along 36 kilometers of Mediterranean coastline, offering 27 magnificent beaches.

These beaches are the perfect spots to relax or try various water sports. Recognized as a “Nautical Resort,” Saint-Raphaël boasts 5 ports and a coastline dotted with hidden coves and urban beaches. The coastal trail, in particular, beckons you to explore the natural wonders of the coast.

Saint-Raphaël, a sought-after resort destination since the 19th century, boasts a diverse architectural heritage. You’ll discover villas of various styles, including Palladian, Anglo-Norman, and Moorish. The Notre-Dame-de-la-Victoire church, with its neo-Roman Byzantine style and glazed tile dome, stands as one of the city’s iconic landmarks.

The city also bears witness to a rich Roman past. The archaeological museum, located in the former presbytery of the “San Rafeu” church, displays treasures found during local and underwater excavations, such as amphorae, coins, and engraved menhirs.

Saint-Raphaël embodies the essence of Provencal life. Its markets burst with aromas and colors, offering an abundant choice of vegetables, fruits, fish, and flowers. Stroll through the narrow streets of the old town and immerse yourself in the pleasures and delights of Saint-Raphaël, an essential part of your stay on the French Riviera.

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Fréjus: A Dive into History Near Esterel Caravaning

Discover the Ancient Treasures of Fréjus, Just 10 Minutes from Esterel Caravaning

Only a few minutes from Esterel Caravaning, Fréjus stands as a living testament to ancient history. Founded by Octavian, who would become Emperor Augustus, around 49 BC, the city was known as Forum Julii, serving as a major military port in the Mediterranean.

This historic center, once a vital economic hub, today houses the remnants of the ancient Roman city’s walls. At the city’s outskirts, the ruins of a Roman aqueduct still impress with their engineering, bringing water from Mons, located 42 kilometers away.
The Fréjus amphitheater, capable of accommodating up to 10,000 spectators, highlights the city’s historical significance. Today, these arenas host numerous cultural events. At the heart of the old town, the episcopal group stands on the site of the ancient Roman forum. The Saint-Léonce Cathedral, built between the 11th and 13th centuries, contains a Merovingian baptistery from the 4th century. Next to the cathedral, there remains a cloister gallery where you can admire an exceptional larch wood ceiling, decorated with painted coffers that narrate stories of religion, daily life, and even more daring scenes.

Parallel to its rich past, Fréjus has reconnected with its maritime roots through Port-Fréjus, becoming one of the main marinas on the French Riviera with its 700 berths. A visit to Fréjus, from Esterel Caravaning, is an essential experience for history enthusiasts and lovers of Mediterranean culture.

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Saint-Tropez: The Splendor of the French Riviera Near Esterel Caravaning


Easy Access from Esterel Caravaning to Discover Saint-Tropez

From Esterel Caravaning, ideally located between Cannes and Saint-Tropez, you’re just under 30 minutes’ drive from the famous village with the red steeple, a global icon. Saint-Tropez, known for its lively summer atmosphere attracting the international jet-set, finds a charming serenity for the rest of the year.

In the heart of Saint-Tropez, the La Ponche district, near the Citadel, is the true soul of the town. Wander through its lanes lined with fishermen’s houses painted in pastel colors. Once, the village was home to about sixty fishermen; today, only five of them continue to anchor their “pointus”, these traditional boats, in the harbor.

As early as 1887, Guy de Maupassant was captivated by the peaceful atmosphere and the unique light of Saint-Tropez. This same light attracted famous painters such as Signac, Matisse, or Bonnard, contributing to the legend of Saint-Tropez. A century later, celebrities like Brigitte Bardot, Johnny Halliday, and Eddy Barclay continued to bestow this small village with mythical fame.

Saint-Tropez also boasts over 11 kilometers of coastline with splendid beaches overlooking the gulf: La Bouillabaisse, les Canebiers, les Salins, les Graniers, la Ponche, la Moutte… It’s up to you to choose and discover these wonders during your stay at Esterel Caravaning.

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Cannes: A Glamorous Escape Near Esterel Caravaning

A Scenic Drive from Agay to Prestigious Cannes

Located just thirty minutes from Esterel Caravaning, Cannes, the jewel of the French Riviera, is easily accessible from Agay via the spectacular Corniche d’Or road. The landscapes along this route are breathtaking, with red rocks plunging into the azure waters of the Mediterranean.

Cannes, famed for its film festival, celebrities, the iconic red carpet, and lavish parties, offers an unforgettable experience with every visit. The Croisette, a famous pedestrian promenade, runs along the bay from the festival palace to the point dividing Cannes bay from Golfe-Juan. Enjoy a stunning view of the Lérins Islands from here.

On the Île Sainte-Marguerite, immerse yourself in the legend of the fort and its famous prisoner, the Man in the Iron Mask. A short distance away, the Île Saint-Honorat, inhabited by a monastic community since the 4th century, offers a peaceful retreat from the bustle. Both islands are also known for their rich Mediterranean fauna and flora.

Overlooking the bay, the Suquet district, the oldest part of Cannes, stands on Mont Chevalier. Explore its picturesque lanes, wander through its small squares, stroll down Rue Saint-Antoine, and enjoy local cuisine in one of its many restaurants. Cannes, a short distance from Esterel Caravaning, is a must-visit for those looking to combine glamour with cultural discovery.

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Nice: A Cultural Getaway an Hour from Esterel Caravaning

Discover the Charm of Nice, the Jewel of the Alpes-Maritimes

Just over an hour’s drive from Esterel Caravaning, Nice, the true gem of the Alpes-Maritimes, has attracted tourists for more than 150 years. Since the 19th century, the Russian and English aristocracy was charmed by the mild climate and beauty of the Bay of Angels.

The old town of Nice, with its lively alleys and baroque churches, echoes the city’s Italian origins. Here, treasures like the Lascaris Palace and the famous Cours Saleya flower market await discovery. The Castle Hill offers breathtaking views of the sea, the city, and the hinterland. The Promenade des Anglais, skirting the bay, is renowned for its casinos, iconic hotels like the Negresco, and pebble beach.

Venturing into the city’s heights, the Cimiez Hill is notable for its luxurious residences, a monastery blending medieval and baroque styles, surrounded by a tranquil garden. Here lie the painters Matisse and Dufy, and the Matisse Museum, which boasts a rich collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and engravings. Nice is also home to several other significant museums, such as the Chagall Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.

The Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, with its six bulbous domes and red brick facade, offers a unique experience. Built in 1912, it is a replica of Moscow’s Saint Basil’s Cathedral. A trip to Nice from Esterel Caravaning is an immersion into a world of culture, history, and natural beauty, an unforgettable adventure for all visitors.

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