Site no: RV014
A large and lively parc with great facilities
Aqualand is only 5km away, which is ideal for older children
Great facilities for all to enjoy including archery
This lively parc is one of the most popular on the French Riviera, with quite outstanding facilities. These include a magnificent pool complex with a four-lane waterslide, not to mention a completely separate and beautifully designed ‘lagoon’ pool with slides, a covered pool on two levels, jacuzzi and steam room, plus a new toddler pool. It’s a very sporty parc too, offering you the chance to enjoy everything from archery to tennis, with cycle hire also available. The first class facilities also include two bars, a restaurant, play area, take-away and fitness room. You’ll also find lots of lovely beaches nearby, and in the evening you can choose between live entertainment and the parc’s own disco.
Please note that road noise can sometimes be heard on site, and that barbecues are provided with mobile home accommodation only.
The following facilities are available:
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
This parc boasts a magnificent pool complex with a four-lane waterslide, lagoon pool with slides, a covered pool on two levels, Jacuzzi and steam room, plus a new toddler pool. Surrounded by palm trees and lush plants, these pools transport you to a tropical paradise whilst the indoor play centre brings the kids fun and laughter all season long with its two heated pools, slide, steam room and Jacuzzi.
30/03/2013 - 28/09/2013
Forbidden for people who cannot swim even if wearing armbands
4 whirlpools on site
Children must be supervised at all times.
Depth: 1.30m - 2.80m
Depth: 1.20m - 1.80m
Depth: 0.80m - 2.30m
Depth: 1.20m - 2.10m
Depth: 0.30m - 2.80m
Regulations: Bracelets required, T-shirts not allowed, Inflatables not allowed, Parental supervision required
Charge for pool pass: Free
Our stylish accommodation offers all the charm of camping without the compromise on comfort, with the majority of our mobile homes featuring decking, allowing you to make the most of al fresco living.
Details of accommodation which can found on this parc is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation (with or without decking/air conditioning) for your chosen holiday dates.
Pre-bookable accommodation in your favourite location is available to book on this parc. For more information on favourite locations please view the parc map above.
Please note: the decked areas of our mobile accommodation on this parc are low level and are of different appearance to that shown on the main accommodation pages.
There are 780 pitches on this site.
20/04/2013 - 14/09/2013
Shade: Some have some.
Some of the pitches are separated.
23/03/2013 - 27/09/2013
Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before, thanks to the Eurotunnel and a vast choice of ferry crossings and many of our parcs are conveniently located close to airports serviced by low-cost airlines, which means you can be on holiday in no time at all.
At Eurocamp we believe in making our holiday parcs not only easy to enjoy, but also simple to get to. So whether you decide to self drive or fly drive, we'll help to make sure your journey is as hassle-free as possible.
Getting to mainland Europe is now easier than ever before with a vast choice of self drive or fly drive options.
Our guide to driving abroad is full of useful tips to help make your journey as smooth as possible.
Whether we are arranging your flights for you or not, we can offer you excellent value car hire. We have teamed up with Europcar to provide collection from your airport.
If you're flying to your chosen destination, why not pre-book your airport parking for peace of mind?
Break up a long journey with a stopover at one or more Eurocamp parcs, and benefit from the fantastic facilities you expect from a Eurocamp holiday.
Eurocamp can arrange overnight stops at a wide range of hotels across Europe to suit various budgets.
The following activities are available:
4 full size courts, Tarmac
2 five-a-side pitches, Surface: Tarmac and grass
Open 30/03/2013 - 28/09/2013
2 courts, Tarmac
Open 04/04/2013 - 26/09/2013
Site arranged tournaments available
Kids just aren't designed to be kept indoors! They're at their happiest and their best when they get to run around outside, make new friends, swim, cycle, play sports... and that's pretty much guaranteed on a Eurocamp holiday.
We have been offering popular kids' clubs for many years and have created new and improved clubs that offer even more activities and themed events - everything kids today are looking for!
Furthermore, they are FREE of charge - which is a big reason why so many families love Eurocamp!
Open:20/05/2013 - 30/06/2013
Fun Station For All is where kids come to meet friends and take part in a new and improved range of outdoor and evening activities, all under the supervision of our kids' couriers.
This is the place for pre-school children, offering loads of fun-filled indoor and outdoor activities to keep the little ones entertained in a relaxed and sociable atmosphere, run by our CRB-checked kids' couriers.
Open:01/07/2013 - 07/09/2013
Leo's Fun Station is the ideal place for 4-6 year olds to enjoy the wide range of songs, games and activities that they told us they want, all under the supervision of our friendly couriers. Look out for Leo the Lion too - he's bound to pop in!
This age group tends to have just a bit more confidence and enough energy to play all day long, so Mac's Fun Station lets them enjoy a massive range of our new and improved activities, all under the close supervision of our trained couriers.
This is a great club for older kids who like to be entertained and active all the time. Trained couriers run every session with loads of new and exciting outdoor and evening activities, allowing kids plenty of opportunity to make new friends.
Base offers a wide range of organised games and activities as well as a relaxed atmosphere, meaning teens can take part if they're in the mood, or simply chill out if they're not.
Our free Learn to Ride sessions can be found on a number of our Mini Fun Station Parcs.
Arts and crafts, dancing, music
Languages spoken: French and English
The following local attractions are available:
Take the short drive from the parc into Fréjus, a town founded by Julius Caesar, where you can visit the busy port with its various cafés and restaurants, browse around the shops and sample the bars, and take in the Roman architecture in the old town. Here in Fréjus you will also find a popular zoo and Aqualand water park. Slightly further away is the historical yet modern resort of St Raphaël and further still - but well worth the visit - are glamorous St Tropez and Cannes.
Number 1 sea world in Europe: shows, aquariums, animals
The largest waterpark on the Côte d'Azur with the biggest wave pool in Europe and the 'Terrible Twister' - a unique waterslide
Established in 1971 on 50 acres of natural Mediterranean woodland. Discover more than 130 different species from all of the continents, from mammals to birds and reptiles. Various exhibitions by the trainees encourage audience participation
Discover the most beautiful caves of the region 70 metres below the surface. Over 700 metres of paths through a series of spectacular caves. The tour lasts for about 1 hour
Closed Mondays in low season
Underwater viewing trip on a glassbottomed boat. 45 minute journey.
Founded at the end of the 19th Century, this museum in the town hall possesses a rich collection of Roman archeological pieces.
The French "Grand Canyon". Spectacular views with the river Verdon running along the bottom of the gorge from Castellane to the Lac de Ste Croix. Length 21kms, depth 200-700m. 6-8 hours descent for experienced rafters only. The road from Castellane passes through woods & fields of lavender used in the perfumeries at Grasse through to Moustiers-Ste. Marie on the D952.
Through the glass-bottom hull of this boat you can view 14 metres deep into the Mediterranean and admire the marine life on the sea bed around Cap d'Antibes. On deck discover the breathtaking coastline as you cruise past the cliffs with their luxury hotels and exclusive villas. Journey time of about 1 hour, with commentary
Find out more about Riviera & Provence
Please note that barbecues are provided with mobile home accommodation only and must be kept on the decking. Due to site restrictions barbecues are not allowed on tent pitches.
Dogs are allowed on this site. Must be kept on a leash. Maximum of 2. Dogs are allowed in : All accommodation types except Eclipse and Sunlights.
This Parc has facilities for disabled people. Please contact our Customer Sales Staff for more information.
Number of pitches: 780
Pitch size: 80-100m²
Tent privacy: Some of the pitches are separated.
Mobiles privacy: Some of the pitches are separated.
Local recommendations and tips our customers have shared with us following their holiday at La Baume.
"St Tropez market is the best in the area, open Tuesday and Saturday mornings with colourful stalls, fashion and Provençal dishes. Tarte Tropezienne must be sampled for a lovely treat! At Antibes the Plage de la Garoupe is one of the best beaches for swimming. The Colombe d'Or at St Paul de Vence (where the rich and famous stay) is definitely worth a visit for an evening drink, not too expensive. On wet days, the free parfumerie tours at Grasse are a good way to spend a few hours."
J. Pearson, Essex
"St Tropez by boat is a must and Monaco is worth a visit because it's surreal! Nice is great, especially on a sunny day, for its beautiful bay. Frejus port and beach has it all - easy free parking, fabulous promenade to walk and a marina with great cafés."
G. Davies, West Glamorgan
"We visited St Tropez, Perfume factory in Grasse, Monte Carlo and the night market in St Raphael. Frejus port and beach were also great - I would recommend visiting all of these places."
J. Greene-Steward, Kent
"Monaco was absolutely fantastic, we drove there ourselves and the attractions there - harbour, castle and oceanographic museum - helped to make the trip worthwhile and thoroughly enjoyable."
I. Gowers, Essex
"The Gorges du Verdon are spectacular - but make sure you allow a full day to explore. The town of Frejus is also worth a visit, especially on market days."
K. Hynes, Essex
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