5* Camping Douce Quietude, St Raphael
Open from late April to late September, the 5* Camping Douce Quietude is situated close to the Beach and also close to St Raphael. Read more about St Raphael
With its covered kids splash zone, this parc will always be a hit with the young families and the newly renovated disco is sure to please the teens. With the beaches and holiday buzz of St Raphael on the doorstep, there's everything from boat trips and watersports on offer too in one of the Riviera's high spots.
I (the Editor) first camped here (St Raphael) in the mid 1960's before camping holiday companies as we know them today existed. It was then just a dusty little village next to Frejus but I have returned time after time as the village grew into the much larger town it is today. You will need some effective sun cream!
Water based activities on the Park
Large outdoor swimming area with two swimming pools, one with water slide (7+ years)
Raised sunbathing terrace, Outdoor Jacuzzis, Covered kids splash area with Jacuzzi and water jets (retractable roof), Swimming Pool, Water Slide, Sauna
Sports activities on the Park
Archery (July and August), Basketball, Tennis - local charge applies, Volleyball
Food and Facilities
Restaurant overlooking the pool, Nightclub (adults only), Internet access* in the bar
Gas Barbeque included with all Al Fresco Mobile Homes, Mini market, Restaurant, Souvenir Shop
Additional facilities and services
Currency Exchange, Launderette - local charge applies, Wi-Fi - local charge applies
Children's Clubs and Facilities
Covered kids splash area with Jacuzzi and water jets (retractable roof), Parc run children's club with organised activities (ages 6-12) July-August, Children's playground
Places to go and things to see near to Camping Douce Quietude and St Raphael.
St Raphael, 4 miles
St Raphaël is a coastal resort with Art Nouveau architecture and a palm lined promenade, it lies right next to Fréjus and is known for its wonderful sandy beaches and maritime pursuits.
Port Grimaud & Grimaud, 26 miles
Grimaud is a pretty village retaining all its Provencal character. It takes its name from the Grimaldi Family who were given the village from the Count of Provence in the 10th Century in recognition of their help in expelling the Saracens from Provence.
St Tropez, 28 miles
St Tropez has a reputation for being the playground of the rich and famous. The marina is, of course the place to see and be seen and you can relax and enjoy a drink or a meal in one of the many bars and restaurants that line the port as you admire the magnificent yachts and expensive cars driving into the port
Cannes, 29 miles
Every May the whole population in Cannes rises dramatically as Hollywood comes to town in the form of Cannes Film Festival. This is the city’s biggest and brightest event of the year, attracting thousands of spectators, film crews and of course, large numbers of celebrities and movie stars.
Gorges du Verdon, 53 miles
This natural phenomenon is truly breath-taking and one of the most well kept secrets France has to offer as it was only recently explored and opened to tourists.
Monaco & Monte Carlo, 57 miles
The tiny principality of Monaco has been under the rule of the Grimaldi family since 1297. There are only 5070 citizens of Monaco all of whom enjoy tax-free living. It lies just north of Nice and is a must see on any visit to the Côte d’Azur.
Last update: 23.01.2018
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