Domaine de Miremer, a luxury campsite on the heights of Grimaud
The Domaine de Miremer campsite is located in La Garde Freinet, a preserved medieval Mediterranean village in the heart of the Massif des Maures mountain range. Near Grimaud, and a must-see stopping place when going to the Gulf of Saint Tropez, it perfectly combines peace and quiet and tranquillity of family campsites within the hinterland with the facilities and comfort of the most upmarket outdoor establishments on the French Riviera…
A family campsite at the gateway to Grimaud and the Gulf of Saint Tropez
This 4-star campsite in La Garde Freinet extends over lush grounds of 12.7 hectares at the gateway to Grimaud in the Var. A family-orientated campsite combining luxury and nature in the sunshine on the Côte d'Azur. An extensive area of the campsite is covered in a forest of cork oaks, enabling the pitches and holiday rentals on this establishment to be shaded, to the greatest delight of holidaymakers.
One of the many strengths of this 4-star Var campsite is the quality of its holiday rentals. Are you a “glamping” enthusiast? You’ll be able to combine comfort and reconnecting with nature, by staying in the magnificent canvas and timber Safari lodge tents. The mobile homes in the Eden, Confort and Taos ranges impress you with the comfort they offer. The cottages are modern, spacious and fantastically equipped with neat décor. You’ll find master suites, air conditioning and vast shaded terraces here, with some accommodating a private Jacuzzi!
Are you well settled in? The holiday can finally start... Go to the water park on the Domaine de Miremer campsite, where two outdoor pools heated to 26°C await you, as does an indoor paddling pool for the very young. You’ll have the pleasure of discovering a completely new landscaped beach sunbathing area to accommodate your relaxation sessions by the water, to get a sun tan or flick through a magazine…
A protected campsite just a stone’s throw from the Var beaches
During the high season in the months of July and August, a children’s club set aside for those aged 6 to 12 offers challenges, games, sports tournaments, creative activities, and several times a week the mini disco! Young holidaymakers can also have fun in the Acrogame, a course set high up, and on the giant trampoline. At least three evenings a week are organized by the activity team on the Domaine de Miremer campsite with a programme of karaoke, concerts and dance evenings.
Adults can make the most of a brand new wellness area with two massage rooms, a sauna, Jacuzzi and tea room but also a nail bar section and solarium to relax in peace. The campsite restaurant accommodates you every day and offers cuisine to enjoy on-site or take away. You can also savour an apéritif here on the large shaded terrace.
Again on the campsite, a grocery offers fresh bread and sweetbreads and buns cooked on-site every day and souvenirs and regional products. Neither should you delay in making the most of your Var stay to stroll through the Provençal markets in Port Grimaud, Cogolin or Le Plan de la Tour. There are seasonal vegetables, sun-kissed fruit, unctuous olive oils and scented herbs on hand for you!
A change of scenery guaranteed in the sunshine on the Côte d'Azur coast
Start exploring the region by visiting La Garde Freinet and its fort, a peak offering an exceptional viewpoint extending from the Mediterranean Sea to the Alps. A delightful village with its picturesque alleyways, walking paths and meandering roads amidst cork oak forests and chestnut groves.
The numerous beaches of the Var coast very often accommodate beach clubs and prove to be water sports Meccas: diving, jet skiing, parasailing... During your stay on the Domaine de Miremer campsite, also choose to visit the magnificent canal-side village in Port Grimaud. Architectural works by Franck Spoerry and notably designed for sailing, you’ll fall in love with the unique charm of its neo-Provençal style and seven kilometres of canals.
15 kilometres from the campsite, the legendary town of Saint Tropez is located. This former fishing village became a holiday resort for the Jet Set in the 60s, able to retain its undeniable charm. Cover the streets of the old town, cross the Place des Lices square, amidst pétanque players, admire the little colourful port and enjoy a delicious Tarte Tropézienne - St Tropez tart (a form of brioche with pastry cream and Chantilly cream) on the terrace.