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Camping de Ceyreste is situated half way between Marseilles and Toulon in the heart of Provence. We are only a five-minute drive from the beach of La Ciotat and its beautiful bay, Le Golfe D'Amour. Camping de Ceyreste is a holiday and leisure complex in a pine forest where you can enjoy walking with family and friends and discover the natural, relaxing landscapes of the Bouches du Rhône area.
Our campsite has a beautiful infinity pool surrounded by sun loungers so you can enjoy some well-deserved relaxation time. There's a paddling pool for little ones and a waterslide to keep the children busy.
We offer on-site facilities and entertainment for every age group with a wide range of outdoor sports tennis courts, pétanque, a games area with football tables, a children's playground, mini golf, football pitches, a bouncy castle and a giant trampoline.
Camping de Ceyreste offers holidaymakers an action-packed stay in the high season with aqua aerobics everyday Monday to Friday, on-site evening entertainment twice a week such as themed evenings and karaoke, kids activities guests aged six to 10 years old and football tournaments for any willing players. In the low season there are free tours and walks run from the campsite.
The campsite has all of the necessary facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We have washing machines on site and ironing kits can be hired from reception. In high season there is a shop and restaurant area where you can purchase food including drinks, ice creams, fresh bread and pastries as well as being able to order breakfast and newspapers.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Take the A50 motorway towards Ciotat. Come off at Junction 9 and follow Ceyreste.
From Aix en Provence:
Take the A51 motorway towards Aubange, Toulon. At the Pont-de-l'Étoile toll pay station keep right and follow Aubagne, Cassis La Ciotat coming off at Exit 9 and follow Ceyreste.
Take the A8 motorway and join the A57 Hyères, Toulon, Le Luc. Continue on the A50 towards Aix en Provence, Aubagne.
The picturesque village of Ceyreste is made up of narrow streets lined with high walls to keep temperatures cool during the hot season. Admire the curious cabarottes walkways that span the alleyways and see the old bell tower atop of Saint Blaise. Ceyreste also offers a good choice of restaurants and is just one kilometre from the campsite.
La Ciotat beaches are just three kilometres away and stretch for six kilometres. The small seaside resort has an old fishing port where you can take a boat trip to L'île Verte. The town of La Ciotat is famous for the footage shot here by the Lumières brothers (the grandfathers of modern-day cinema) in 1895, which featured the arrival of a train at La Ciotat train station. To the west side of the town, just ten minutes away down the Route des Crêtes, you can find the highest seaside cliff in Europe (394 metres). From the top it has excellent views and you can visit the beautiful botanical gardens of the Mugel.
The coastal road that connects Cassis to La Ciotat overlooks the sea and offers an amazing panorama along the cliffs. Cassis is a lovely seaside resort located at the bottom of the Cap Canaille cliff. It has a picturesque port, and its docks are lined with cafés and restaurants. Cassis is connected to Marseilles by road (approximately 20 kilometres away) where you can stop and visit all the bays dotted along the coast between the two towns.
There are lots of different walking routes available in the local area and the campsite offers access to 'Les balcons de Ceyreste' pathway which leads to the GR51 walking route along the French Riviera.
Visit the local markets for local regional products from Provence including ceramics, soaps, wines, oils and food delicacies such as tapenade.