Welcome to Saint Rémy-de-Provence
PARC DE LA BASTIDE
A QUALITY 3-STAR CAMPSITE
IN A VERY PLEASANT NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Parc de la Bastide is a quality 3-star campsite, set in a very pleasant natural environment, only a few meters from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, one of the most beautiful villages in the South of France.
- Large pitches designed to give you the space and privacy you need for a very pleasant holiday in Provence, a swimming pool for the pleasure of adults and children, lush vegetation, buildings designed in the respect of the Provençal tradition, mobile homes that look like small holiday homes … and a friendly family team, ready to do anything to satisfy all holidaymakers.
A family team at your service
- The warm welcome of Françoise and Honoré Aubert is a guarantee of a successful holiday, in a magnificent 1.5-hectare campsite where you will feel at ease. Formerly a farmer and a stonemason, Honoré Aubert himself conceived the buildings, respecting the Provençal tradition and giving the campsite its unique character and originality.
- Françoise and Honoré Aubert are at your service and, because they love their beautiful region so much, they will tell you about the historical heritage of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and give you all the advice you need, to make the most of your holiday in Provence.
Don’t delay, book your pitch or mobile home at Parc de la Bastide now!
PITCHES & MOBILE HOMES
Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, a small town in the Alpilles Regional Natural Park of Provence, invites you to discover its rich cultural heritage and festivals.
For holidays in Provence or a romantic weekend, let yourself be tempted by Saint-Rémy.
The historical heritage Saint-Rémy-de-Provence dates back more than 2,500 years and is spread over two sites:
The first is located at the foot of the mount Gaussier in the Alpilles massif when coming from Maussane.
That’s where the Glanum excavations are set and where you can see vestiges of Celtic-Ligurian, Greek and Roman origin, a triumphal arch and a mausoleum dating from -30 BC, called the Antiques.
These monuments used to mark the entrance to the city and are the oldest of all Gaul.
The second is the historic city centre with its Roman remains and 16th century architecture that symbolizes the heart of Provence.
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