OPEN FROM 3RD MAY TO 15TH SEPTEMBER
MESSIDOR NATURIST CAMPSITE (13)
Messidor, in the heart of Provence!
MESSIDOR IS A TYPICAL FAMILY CAMPSITE
Iris and Laurane, our daughters, will teach you country dancing, while Jacques and Marie-Noelle, their grandparents, will get you to sing along with the accordion and guitars on the terrace. We ourselves, Joël et Sabine, will do everything possible to make your stay a pleasant one. We look forward to welcoming you from 1st April to 15th September to introduce you to our region.
ON LEISURE DAYS, YOU CAN MAKE THE MOST OF THE CAMPSITE’S AMENITIES
The leisure area, in the heart of the 10-hectare grounds, is where you will find the (10mx20m) swimming pool and its waterfall, the bowling pitch, the playground, table tennis and the reception room with a library, table football and bar/restaurant which is open throughout the season. Overlooking this space, the 85 pitches are distributed around the “restanques” (the Provençal term for terraces) where the tents, caravans, camper vans and rented mobile homes mingle on the spacious pitches (more than 100m2), either in the sun or in the shade. Two small maisonnettes, in the style of Provençal cabins, are also available.
The campsite’s terraces
Our camping pitches
Our mobil homes
on the spot
IN OUR CAMPSITE
Animal lovers can pay a visit to our chickens, horses and donkeys, which can be found in the fields around the campsite, or try out agility training in the brand-new dog park. The warm, sunny climate is inducive to taking a siesta, going for a swim or having some refreshment in the shade of the trees. In the evening, chatting over a drink, laughter, music, singing and dancing brighten up the terrace.
in the region
TREASURES OF PROVENCE TO BE FOUND NEARBY
Thanks to the campsite’s ideal location, you can visit many of Provence’s treasures in less than an hour’s drive. The Camargue, Arles, the Etang de Vaccarès with its horses and flamingos, the Luberon with its one-hundred-year-old cedar forests and small villages described in the books by Peter Mayle, the Sainte-Victoire mountain which overlooks Aix-en-Provence and was immortalised by Cézanne, and of course Marseilles, protected by the church of Notre Dame de la Garde, with its rocky inlets or “calanques” opening out into the Mediterranean.