Holiday Marina campsite is located in Grimaud in the Cote d’Azur region of France.
Holiday Marina is a small, modern campsite which is located at the edge of a wonderful marina and on the banks of the Giscle river, a short distance from the picturesque town of Port Grimaud, in the south of France.
Although fairly small, Holiday Marina campsite offers a surprisingly good range of facilities and activities both on-site and nearby to ensure you have a really fabulous holiday.
The exceptional setting of the campsite means that you can easily take a trip down the river which takes you out into the bay of St Tropez. Here you can visit a variety off different locations with ease.
One of the great things about the campsite is its stunning location. The nearest beach is a mere 900m away, making for a wonderful day at the seaside and the towns of St Tropez and Port Grimaud offer the perfect opportunity for a spot of shopping or relaxing in one of the local restaurants, cafes or bars.
The swimming pool complex at Holiday Marina campsite is great for younger children with a family pool and children’s pool with a variety of animal sculptures and small children’s slides. You’ll also discover that the campsite boasts a lovely sun terrace surrounding the pool which offers you the perfect place to lie out in the sun and relax whilst the kids are splashing around in the pool.
Campsite activities and facilities
Holiday Marina campsite offers a comprehensive selection of activities and facilities on site and also nearby to ensure you have a fantastic family holiday.
On-site activities at Holiday Marina campsite include table tennis, tennis, football, basketball, badminton, running track, fishing, boules, playground and cycle hire.
Facilities available at Holiday Marina campsite include WIFI, restaurant, takeaway, bar, groceries, animation team, games room, washers and dryers.
Accommodation at Holiday Marina campsite includes a range of 2 and 3 bedroom mobile homes that are available from Eurocamp.
Things to see and do
There are plenty of things to see and do, and places to visit, within a short distance of Holiday Marina campsite including:
- Saint Tropez – If there’s one place that you’ve probably heard of in the South of France it’s St Tropez! Once a sleepy fishing village, St Tropez is now one of the most popular resorts in the region and boasts a wonderful beach and a great variety of shops, bars, clubs, boutiques, restaurants and cafes. A visit to St Tropez would not be complete without touching on its wonderful history. Much of the original fishing village still exists with plenty of beautiful painted fisherman’s cottages lining pleasant streets and the 16th Century citadel still stands high on the hill overlooking the surrounding area. Although the climb to the top of the hill can be quite arduous in summer months the effort is well worthwhile wth stunning views being available of the bay and surrounding areas.
- Grimaud – Dating back to Gallo-Roman times the village, perched on top of the hill occupied the perfect defensive position meaning that it was one of the most important places in the region. Until the 19th Century the Gulf of St Tropez was known as the Gulf of Grimaud due to it’s importance. Although there are some wonderful sights within the village itself, many people travel to Grimaud to see the Chateau. Now ruined, the Chateau was constructed in the 13th Century and still boasts many of its high defensive walls. One of the best things about Grimaud is the view that can be had over the surrounding areas especially on a beautiful, clear, sunny day when you can see all the way to Port Grimaud.
- Ramatuelle – Ramatuelle is a pleasant medieval village which sits high on top of the hills. The village was built on the hill to protect its inhabitants from marauding invaders who attacked villages along the south coast. Occupying a wonderfully defensive location the village has a myriad of pleasant winding streets that make their way in a circular motion to the top of the hill. The main square in Ramatuelle has a few bars, and restaurants but many people visit this wonderful village to escape the hustle and bustle of the busier seaside resorts and to take in the wonderful views of the surrounding areas. If you visit Ramatuelle ensure you take in the views available towards the coastal area of Pampelonne and its terrific beach, as they really do make a wonderful photographic opportunity!
- St Maxime – Located on the Gulf of St Tropez, St Maxime boasts 6km of beautiful fine sandy beaches which were once the site of operation Dragoon which was the invasion and liberation of southern France during World War II. Nowadays however the fine beaches are a mecca for visitors looking to relax with the town and beach both being protected from the prevailing winds by the Massif des Maures mountain range. Founded initially in 1000AD, St Maxime has grown to become a very popular town with plenty for visitors to see and do and is well worth a visit.
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