Riviera and Provence

La Barque

Quartier Les Fougerettes, Departementale 8, Saint Aygulf, 83370

Explore this park:

Just 2.5 kilometres separates Camping La Barque from the beach of St Aygulf. But, as an escape route from the bustle of the coast, this neat and tidy little parc is hard to beat. Enjoying an enviable position along the river Argens, La Barque is one of our smaller parcs, so your days are likely to be spent happily splashing in the pool, while your kids can take advantage of the parc’s free Kids’ Club, open every morning and afternoon in July and August. Or splash around safely in the paddling pool. Teenage children can dive into the parc’s animation and sports activities – from aquagym to zumba. You can too! There’s an on-site restaurant, and a pleasant pool-side bar. If you’re feeling active, you can hire a bike and cycle around the little lanes that criss-cross their way across the coastal countryside. Enviable position along the river Argens only 2.5kms from the beach of St Aygulf.

  • Directions

    La Barque Quartier Les Fougerettes, Départementale 8, 83370 Saint Aygulf Local Railway Frejus, 4km

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE

  • Attractions

    Aqualand Fréjus

    The largest water park on the Côte d’Azur is just 5km away! There's something for all ages with mini parks and splash pools for younger children, lagoon pools for those wanting to relax, and scary chutes like the King Cobra and Black Hole for those adrenaline thrills. It's a great family day out!


    In the hills, to the north of Nice, sits the famous perfume town of Grasse. It's been associated with perfume since the 16th century and there are still around 30 makers here today. Take a tour of a perfume factory and indulge in a little shopping!

    Port Grimaud

    Just 30km away is the medieval hilltop village of Grimaud, providing wonderful panoramic views over the region. Explore the village, then drop down to the coast to walk around colourful Port Grimaud; known as the 'Venice of Provence' the brightly painted houses alongside the many canals give it lots of charm.

    Gorge du Verdon

    Further afield (it's a full day out) is the spectacular 'Grand Canyon' of Europe. Situated in central Provence turquoise blue waters flow through high limestone cliffs. You can drive around the top (it's about 130km long), or explore by kayak. One of the most popular viewpoints is at Point Sublime near Rougon, and the view from the bridge at the west of the gorges (Pont de Galetas) is also very lovely.

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