Nice coastline, South of France

Camping in the south of France

Head to the south of France for a great camping holiday

Camping in the south of France is great way for families to experience the best of this gorgeous region without breaking the bank! The south of France, from Montpellier down to Perpignan and Marseille across to Nice and Cannes, is an area renowned for glorious beaches, glitzy harbours with super yachts, and lots sunshine hours.


Your camping holiday in France with Siblu means that you can enjoy all the fun of camping in the outdoors with all the comforts of home. Our stylish mobile homes are fully furnished with all mod cons, including comfy beds, a relaxing lounge area and fully-equipped kitchen, but for the kids it will still provide all the excitement of an outdoor holiday. Siblu features a range of campsites in the south of France, along the Languedoc coast to the Pyrenees Oriental, and across to the Côte d'Azur, with a 4-star campsite close to Nice. 

  • Lac des rêves infrastructure
    7.9/10 - 494 reviews

    Le Lac des Rêves

    Languedoc Roussillon



    • Lakeside
    • Wonderful pool complex
    • Access to the beach by bike
    • Family activities
  • La Carabasse siblu camping pool
    8.0/10 - 965 reviews

    La Carabasse

    Languedoc Roussillon


    Vias Plage

    • Beach accessible by bike
    • Extra large waterslide
    • Close to Cap d'Agde
    • Fun atmosphere
  • Vue du ciel Les Sables du Midi
    7.6/10 - 825 reviews

    Les Sables du Midi

    Languedoc Roussillon



    • 800m to the beach
    • Pool complex
    • Close to Cap d'Agde
    • Ultra-comfortable mobile homes
  • Mar estang campsite view
    0.0/10 - reviews

    Mar Estang

    Languedoc Roussillon



    • Direct access to the beach
    • Lakeside
    • Wonderful pool complex
    • Between sea and mountains
  • Montourey parc
    7.6/10 - 425 reviews

    Le Montourey

    Côte d'Azur



    • Free kids clubs
    • Côte d'Azur
    • Superb beach nearby
    • High-end mobile homes

Top things to do in the south of France

  • Sete, south of France

    Walk the harbour of Sete

  • horses of the camargue, south of france

    Discover the wildlife of the Camargue

Culture & Activities

Déguster une pâtisserie locale

Eating out

From your campsite in the south of France you can discover all the famous tastes of the region, from seafood including 'Bouillabaisse', the signature dish of the city of Marseille, to ratatouille, the famous herb de Provence, to things like Marrons Glaces for those with a sweet tooth. 

Don't miss...

There is so much to visit in the huge region of the south of France. Definitely visit Carcassonne castle if you are in the south Languedoc area, and go to Montpellier and Nimes if you are in north Languedoc, and check out Nice, Cannes and St Tropez if you are on the Côte d'Azur. You'll find lots of information on places to visit at the Siblu campsite reception, and our team will be willing to recommend the best attractions in the south of France. 

Surf picto

South of France Beaches & Sports

The long sandy beaches along the Languedoc coastline provides the perfect environment for paddling, swimming, sandcastle building or beach sports.For something more adventurous, try kite surfing or sand yachting. The beaches along the Côte d'Azur are a mix of sand and pebble, Nice and Cannes being famous for their pretty pebbly beaches and Frejus offering long stretches of sand. 

Days out in the South of France



Famously featured in the Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves film, this impressive castle in the south of France in Carcassone is a great place to visit. The kids will love exploring the castle walls and pretending to fire arrows from the top of the turrets!

saint tropez

St Tropez

The small town of St Tropez in the south of France is an absolute delight. The contrast between the beautiful old buildings in the old town to the glitzy yachts in the harbour is a fascinating sight. It's worth taking a boat from Nice or other towns along the coast to save the long drive round if you are staying at our campsite near Nice, Le Montourey. 



The nicest thing about Nice is that you can spend the day on the beach and then walk up into the town for food, drinks and ice-cream. The Mediterranean Sea is a beautiful shade of marine blue, the sunshine hours are great, and everywhere you look is pretty as a picture!

The South of France - the Languedoc 

The Languedoc covers the coastal area of the south of France from Perpignan (close to the Spanish border) up to Montpellier, and inland to Nimes and the Massif Central (inland mountain area). It's an area in southern France known for its beautiful beaches, hot sunny weather, and rich history. Being on the Mediterranean Sea, it's popular from visitors from the UK and all over Europe, but perhaps quieter and a little less well known than it's glizty neighbour, the Côte d'Azur. The region is  home to a number of great places to visit, including the medieval city of Carcassonne, the Roman ruins of Nimes, and the Cathar castles of the Pyrenees Mountains. 

The South of France - the Cote d'Azur

When most people think of the Mediterranean and the Côte d'Azur, they think of the super fashionable towns of Nice, Cannes and St Tropez. These towns are definitely worth a visit, but don't forget the other pretty seaside resorts an also the area inland, which rises up steeply and famous for small towns like Grasse, where perfume is made.  The region is also home to a number of historical sites, such as the Roman ruins of Fréjus and the medieval village of Èze.

How to get to Southern France

The two main ways to travel to the south of France is to drive, via Dover - Calais or to fly and either hire a car when you are there or stay in a campsite within an easy distance of the airport.  

Driving to the south of France

There are various different operators including P & O Ferries and DFDS Seaways who operate the shortest channel crossing routes from Dover to Calais or Dover to Dunkirk, plus Eurotunnel which operates from Dover to Calais, which then allow you to drive straight down the motorways to the south of France.

It can take between eight to twelve hours to drive, depending on where you are going. The great thing about driving in France is the easy motorways, which generally allow a comfortable cruise down without the masses of traffic that can burden the UK roads. The main motorways do have tolls on them in France (known as a 'peage'). You can find out more information about driving to France here. 

Flying to the south of France

There are several airports in the south of France including ones at Montpellier, Beziers, Nimes, Nice, and Perpignan. You can see which of our campsites suit fly drive holidays here. 


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