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Things to do

And don’t forget we’re in the heart of the Massif des Maures with hiking trails, horse riding trails and mountain bike tracks within easy reach.


There are many past times to choose from within reach, as well as shopping, night clubs, cinemas, restaurants, and all the beautiful beaches of Bormes les Mimosas and le Lavandou for your sun bathing!


Bormes les Mimosas beaches @ Camping Bormes les Mimosas has 22km of preserved coastline, with fine sandy high quality safe beaches alternate with pretty creeks. Beaches with sweet sounding names just invite you to relax and dream : Cabasson, Brégançon, l’Estagnol or le Pellegrin and la Favière offer all the qualities and services to enable you to spend pleasant moments between friends or with your family. Click here to find out more.
Le Lavandou boasts 12 sandy beaches. The main ones include Plage du Lavandou and Plage de l’Anglade to the south of the port and St Clair to the east – these are the closest to the town centre. Farther to the east are La Fossette, Aiguebelle and Cavaliere, which are interspersed with smaller coves. A little train links the beaches with the town centre. The beaches that line Le Lavandou’s waterfront are ideal for families, with lifeguards on duty and clean, safe waters. Click here to find out more Le Lavandou beaches @ Camping


Markets in Provence @ Camping The Provence has probably the best marchés in France. These are generally open air markets, a place to shop for your fresh groceries; vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meat and poultry, sausages, spices, candied fruits, nougat and flowers. The marchés are fabulous, free entertainment, good for shopping and for people watching. Sit in one of the cafés next to a market and while away the morning. There are evening markets in La Faviere and Bormes Village.

Click here for a list of markets. We also keep an up to date list in reception to help you plan your trip.

Family fun

MarineLand @ Camping
Marine Land is one of the biggest Marine parks in the world featuring killer whales and dolphin displays. There are also Birds of Prey displays, a Far West Farm park, 3 golf courses and an AquaSplash water park. It is a little further away in Antibes but considered by many to be THE place to visit with children.Click for more..
Kiddy parc@ Camping
Kiddy Parcis children’s theme park at Port d’Hyeres with animals, boating, karting, water toboggan and more. It has a restaurant and picnic spots too. Click for more…
SpeedKart @ Camping
Speedkart has 5 circuits where you can rent Go karts, mini bikes, mini quads for adults and children ( from the age of 2 years). It has « 6H » and « 12H », the « Speedcup », events created on demand. a play area, trampoline, electric car circuit. It is located at Hyère, a short drive from Camping Manjastre. Click for more..
Jardin d'Oiseaux Tropicaux @ Camping
The Jardin d’Oiseaux Tropicaux in nearby La Londe features plenty of tropical birds from around the world and will interest older children. Click for more…


Bormes les Mimosas is considered by scuba-divers as being the capital of scuba-diving in the Mediterranean thanks to its nearness to the National Park of Port-Cros, to its countless groupers and also thanks to the numerous ship-wrecks situated around the world-famous Iles d’Or (Donator, Rubis, Grec, Togo). Beginners and adepts will be charmed by the numerous assets that Bormes les Mimosas offers.

Bormes Plongee @ Camping Bormes Plongée operates from the Port de Bormes (La Favière) near the holiday resort of Le Lavandou and opposite the Hyeres Islands, providing fast and easy access (average journey time 35 minutes) to over 30 of the most sought after dive sites in the Med. Click for more..
Aqualonde @ Camping At the diving club Aqualonde of La Londe Les Maures Var, whether you are a beginner or experienced diver, or you want to discover the underwater marine environment for the first time and learn to dive, the entire team Aqualonde Diving is at your disposal. Security, atmosphere and friendliness are the sayings of Jéjé and his staff! Click for more…
Watersports @ Camping There are a whole range of watersports on offer; parascending, water skiing, sailing, jetski, kayaking and fishing, swimming lessons. Click for more…
Sailing in Lavandou @ Camping This area is also a wonderful place to sail.If you want to charter a boat, sailing yacht, fishing boat, open cruiser, speed boat from the Le Lavandou marina Click for more…

Hiking & biking

The Massif des Maures is a succession of forested ridges and hills stretching from Hyères to Frèjus, bounded by the valleys of the Gapeau and Argens rivers to the north and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. It is a part of the Provence coastal ranges, which start in the east with the Massif du Tanneron near Cannes, continue west with the Massif de I’Esterel, Massif des Maures, Massif le Sainte Baume and end in a spectacular fashion with the Massif des Calanques at Marseille. Though reaching only about 800m (2,600 ft) at its highest point, the Massif des Maures is definitely a very mountainous setting with its sudden drops, steep valleys and winding roads. It is densely forested and is ravaged from time to time by devastating forest fires during summer and autumn. Its vegetation is Mediterranean in character, cork oak, pine trees, mimosas and the typical Garrigue.

Map @ Camping

You can tour the Massif des Maures by car any time of the year. It is ideal for biking, if you are up to the challenges of a very mountainous terrain. Please be aware that during summer school holidays traffic is heavy on the main roads connecting the Côte d’Azur with the A8 and A57 Autoroutes. The best times for biking and hiking are beginning of March to the end of June and from mid September to the end of November. Click here for more…

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Chartreuse de la Verne Horse riding Ecology walks Long distance paths