les Prairies de la Mer - Review
This campsite has direct access to a sandy beach. The site offers an excellent restaurant and bar and views across to St Tropez. Port Grimaud is only a short distance away.
In High Season the site is buzzing and regularly hosts bands and competitions as part of the evening entertainment so the site is suitable for families with older children. You can take a short boat ride across to St Tropez !
Booking Your Holiday
The Prairies de la Mer Campsite is in a fantastic position near the Marina at Port Grimaud, near Saint Tropez and Sainte-Maxime :
If you are going to drive, perhaps with an overnight stop, then here are the distances from the Channel Ports:
- • Calais: km
- • Bilbao: km
- • St Malo: km
- • Roscoff: km
- • Caen: km
- • Santander : km
- • Cherbourg: km
- • Le Havre: km
- • Bergerac: km
- • Limoges: km
- • Other possible aiports include
- • Train station: Km
- • Services to:
Things to Do in the Area
A traditional French village with a fantastic market, nice beaches, and lovely restaurants. 6 miles
A picturesque medieval village, nestled in the hillside.
Restaurants, Marina, Large Yachts and Supercars to be seen ! And plenty of opportunities for shopping for designer goods ! Artists display their art at the quayside.
The architecture of Port Grimaud is modern and there is a fully equipped marina and beach. Sometimes referred to as “Little Venice” due to its many jetties and quays linked by little bridges. Take a meal in one of the many quayside restaurants. Or take a boat trip to St Tropez from here.
Fréjus (19 miles)
Harbour town with a famous Roman amphitheatre, and plenty of art and culture. There is a great water park.
A pretty village retaining all its Provencal character. There is an 11th Century Chateau. During July and August there is little tourist train that runs from the park up to the old village of Grimaud.
St Raphaël (21 miles)
A coastal resort with Art Nouveau architecture and a palm lined promenade, it lies right next to Fréjus. Sandy beaches and maritime pursuits: regattas, water skiing, sailing schools and excursions. Every morning at the old port, professional fishermen bring in the morning’s catch. The catch is sold at the market at Jean Bart square and later you can buy fish soup (bouillabaisse) in the local restaurants !
In May, home to the famous Cannes Film Festival