- 5 lodges 1 bedroom (2 with forest view)
- 8 Lodges 3 rooms crossing 40m ² (5 with forest view)
- The standard mobilhomes sea view and panoramic view are air-conditioned
The 4-star campsite Le Paradis des Campeurs is a unique natural location that promises a wonderful holiday on the shores of the Mediterranean.
It is located in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, at only 40 metres from La Gaillarde beach, in the middle of the Les Issambres seaside resort.
Whether you stay in a mobile home or on a camping pitch, you will have everything you need in order to have a pleasant stay. Le Paradis des Campeurs is the ideal starting-point for exploring the department of Var. It gives you quick access to the flagship towns and villages of the Côte d’Azur, so you can discover all the gems of the region, such as Saint-Tropez, which is only 25 km from the campsite.
From our campsite’s calm and peaceful location, you can get to both the surrounding wooded hills and the beach directly. Relax and unwind to the sound of the sea and the enticing scent of the stone pines dotted around the campsite. Dive into the turquoise waters of the calanques and stroll through the lush green countryside – this is the perfect holiday destination for recharging your batteries with your family or friends.
We guarantee you a warm, family welcome in our idyllic setting.
Le Paradis des Campeurs is a traditional campsite on a human scale, where the comfort and well-being of our clients are the top priority. The team at Le Paradis des Campeurs will make every effort to ensure you have a memorable stay.
Our concept is unique: creating a campsite that respects the environment in line with sustainable development. We want to give our clients the opportunity to improve their daily consumption habits with regard to the environment.
The campsite is open from the 13th February 2020 till the 07th January 2021.
You can contact us by phone every day from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. for any information.
It boasts: 175 pitches, including 50 mobile homes ( 17 older, 33 new), spread out over 7 hectares.